Jan 20th, 2021

Menopause is a universal event for women who live to midlife. The transition from pre-menopause to post- has a long list of symptoms including a decrease in verbal more

Jan 12th, 2021

Menopause occurs when your last period finishes, your ovaries no longer produce estrogen, and your pituitary gland produces more FSH and LH. This usually occurs once there has been no cycle for 12 months more

Jan 1st, 2021

The population in the United States is aging and between 2010 and 2030 the population over the age of 65 is expected to increase from 13% to 20%. This year they estimate that 47 million Americans will be diagnosed with osteopenia, or brittle more

Dec 14th, 2020

Let us start with structural functions. Estrogen forms the female secondary sex characteristics. This means it: Accelerates metabolism. Stimulates endometrial growth. Increases uterine more

Dec 2nd, 2020

Most women begin entering what is known as perimenopause in their late thirties and early to mid-forties, which turns into menopause by the late forties or early more

Oct 26th, 2020

Previous studies have estimated that anywhere from 30 to 70% of women experience a decline in libido following menopause. That's a pretty large number considering that most affected women report living active, busy, and social more

Oct 14th, 2020

Dr. Julie Taguchi, the principal investigator for our upcoming BHOT study, talks about hormones and cancer in her new blog. Does Estrogen cause Cancer? more

Sep 27th, 2020

Felice Gersh MD, one of our esteemed faculty members talks about how the age of menopause is not linked to conventional cardiovascular disease risk factors, but the loss of estrogen does compromise women's heart health, so they should be given more

Sep 24th, 2020

A powerful study, which demonstrates these benefits discussed at the end of part 2, is the Danish Osteoporosis Prevention Study (DOPS). DOPS, like the WHI, was a prospective, randomized, double blind, controlled study involving 1006 women followed for 16 more

Sep 24th, 2020

We can trace the answer back to July 2002 with the publication in the Journal of the American Medical Association of a landmark study – The Women’s Health Initiative (WHI). This prospective, randomized, double blind, controlled population study involved 25,000 postmenopausal more

Sep 24th, 2020

Every woman I treat for the hormone deficiency syndrome of menopause is most concerned about her cholesterol. Perhaps surprisingly, it turns out that it has never been conclusively demonstrated that lowering a woman’s cholesterol with a statin will more

July 25th, 2020

We all know that the body is an amazing thing…primarily because it allows us to experience this wonderful thing we call life. We also know that these same bodies need the right amounts of certain nutrients to function more

Jun 25th, 2020

Your hormone cycle will paint a picture of how you will age. It will also predict how healthy you will be for the rest of your more

Keep up on the WHN happenings, as well as the latest advancements with Physiologic Restoration for women. In addition, we will share perspectives from physicians, pharmacists and patients.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month Dr. Wanda Dyson interviews Dr. Julie Taguchi, WHN's principal investigator on our BHRT study. This is part 1 of a two part interview.
This is part two of Dr. Julie Taguchi’s interview - Breast Cancer - Breast Health
Nov 3rd, 2019

The more you learn about women's hormones the more you know there is to know. This is an exciting time. As I like to say there's never be a more

Sep 16th, 2019

Menopause is a normal event which happens in every woman’s life. In midlife, around age 50, her period stops, and she can no longer more

Aug 23rd, 2019

Americans are becoming more and more aware that there is a new approach to aging and are taking action to reverse the process of more

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