Let this be a reminder of just how easily women’s reproductive rights can be snatched away, through negligence, indifference or both, Opinion Editor Lucy Pasha-Robinson writes.
The menopause happens naturally to women, usually between ages 45 and 55. Here’s why it happens, how doctor’s treat it and the risks known around certain treatments.
Thank goodness for the TV celebs who talk loud and proud on the menopause, because as Lorraine Kelly recently said, it's time to remove the stigma associated with the 'M' word and speak freely about the symptoms and the impact it can have on women's lives.
Millions of women avoid the treatment due to concerns over cancer risk.
Women who have hormone replacement therapy (HRT) face a lower risk of early death, according to a new study.  HRT is used
More than one million women could benefit from hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to help them manage symptoms of the menopause
A new study has claimed that Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) for menopause does not put women's health at risk, despite
You'll know if your partner has more than "just irritating" symptoms. "I went from being a creative, ambitious professional who thrived on the job - to sitting on the floor and weeping with despair overnight," Kathryn tells.
Years ago when I was still a young woman in my childbearing years, I would hear women complaining about menopausal hot flushes (or hot flashes, depending on where you live). They made them sound just miserable and I thought, "What's the big deal? You feel hot for a minute. So what?"
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) cuts the chance of a woman needing repeat knee or hip replacement surgery by around 40