Es ist nach wie vor ein ungelöstes Rätsel: Warum kommen Frauen in die Menopause? Bislang gibt es unter EvolutionsbiologInnen widersprüchliche Theorien. AnthropologInnen um Susanne Huber und Martin Fieder von der Universität Wien formulieren jetzt eine weitere Erklärung: Die Menopause könnte … Continue reading →
Wenner uses AHA funding to investigate hormones, vascular function Hormones are the chemical envoys for our bodies. They communicate with our brains, heart, bones, muscles and, yes, reproductive organs. University of Delaware physiologist Megan Wenner is working to understand how … Continue reading →
Hot flushes are not “in the head,” but new research suggests they may start there. A UA research team has identified a region in the brain that may trigger the uncomfortable surges of heat most women experience in the first … Continue reading →
*Large-scale study finds soy may alleviate hot flashes in menopause* In the most comprehensive study to date to examine the effects of soy on menopause, researchers have found that two daily servings of soy can reduce the frequency and severity … Continue reading →
An international team of researchers has discovered 13 new regions of the genome associated with the timing of menopause. These genes shed light on the biological pathways involved in reproductive lifespan and will provide insights into conditions connected to menopause, … Continue reading →
The issue of breast cancer avoidance concerns many women. Opinion polls reveal that 98% of them overestimate the threat. Olga Budiakova, a breast physician, talked to “MedPulse.ru” to dispel certain myths about breast cancer.