Today women can expect to live nearly one third of their lives in and after their menopause years. This information covers the basics though there is much controversy in particular regarding hormone replacement therapy.

Despite being prescribed for more than half a century, HRT’s benefits and risks aren't entirely known. It's estimated that 35 percent to 40 percent of postmenopausal Canadian women use HRT.

Signs and symptoms of menopause are different from woman to woman, as is her response to each. You may breeze through menopause with few symptoms or changes to your health.

Because hormones are responsible for all human sexual development from puberty through to menopause and andropause, it is important to understand how they work in your body.

Estrogen replacement therapy doesn't help heart disease.

Recent studies have called the safety of HRT into question in the minds of some people. Information on this issue is fundamentally incomplete, however investigating alternatives and self-care methods is always a good idea.

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