Faace, Pause and M&S are all making a play for the perimenopause with their beauty products.
Menopause can be both a life-changing career push and an annoying hassle on the job.
The internet's favourite gynaecologist is back, talking 'super soaker periods' and your shrinking clitoris.
"I’m a recovering addict and it really took me back to being sick and trying to recover from addiction."
The presenter shares her experience in a new Channel 4 documentary: Sex, Myths and The Menopause.
The former Big Brother host's father is currently living with the disease.
HuffPost UK reader Gill asked: “I heard research has shown reduced oestrogen makes you more vulnerable to bad Covid. Is this true?”
Symptoms could start in your thirties – a full decade before menopause – as we learn in our latest podcast.
From periods and birth to miscarriage and menopause, "our bodies can bring joy, but also pain and devastation".
The advert from Sport England is breaking menstruation and menopause taboos – watch it here 💪
Research from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists suggests women are also struggling to access abortion services and menopause support.
From the joy of ditching tampons to renewed confidence and even better sex, "there is light at the end of what you think is a never ending tunnel".
Robyn Wilder's hardly taken breath from becoming a mother, and now she's nose-to-nose with perimenopause.
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.
"We should be promoting fertility education, better housing, family-friendly working conditions and increased access to NHS IVF."
Scientists call for testosterone treatments to be formulated for women, as currently they are designed for men.
You could experience menopause symptoms sooner than you think.
On the other side of menopause there is a world, which hopefully you can finally start to claim as your own
I wish Gwyneth Paltrow would use her power and influence to truly help women. Because selling dreams and pixie dust packed as medicine is unethical and not something to aspire to