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What you might not know about menopause

What you might not know about menopause

Despite the fact that all women who reach a certain age will 100% go into menopause, no one needs to suffer through this transition. The process can seem mysterious to many women, leaving them wondering if they are perimenopausal or in menopause.  And then, many women...

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Navigating Menopause: Hormone Therapy as a Treatment Option

Navigating Menopause: Hormone Therapy as a Treatment Option

Menopause marks a significant transition in a woman's life and is often accompanied by a variety of unpleasant physical and emotional symptoms. Understanding and managing these symptoms can greatly improve one's quality of life through this natural and very important...

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Are women “suffering enough” to get treatment?

Are women “suffering enough” to get treatment?

Published by: Age Management Center “In the U.S., an estimated 6,000 women daily and more than 2 million women yearly reach menopause. With an average life expectancy of 81, women are spending greater than one-third of their lives in menopause.” Mayo Clinic Menopause...

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Understanding Adrenal Fatigue

Understanding Adrenal Fatigue

Adrenal fatigue is a condition that often goes unrecognized or misdiagnosed, leaving those with adrenal fatigue exhausted and frustrated. The adrenal glands are small organs located on top of the kidneys and play a crucial role in managing stress and maintaining...

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A Father’s Day Message from Dr. Michael Bedecs

A Father’s Day Message from Dr. Michael Bedecs

Dear fellow dads, With Father’s Day around the corner, I want to have a heart-to-heart with men about living life to the fullest, as parents, as grandparents, as partners and as individuals. Because at the , we get to see...

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How menopause impacts women’s risk of heart disease

How menopause impacts women’s risk of heart disease

We talked recently about heart health and how we can help analyze patients’ cardiovascular risk. But for women, it’s especially important to understand how aging, and menopause specifically, can increase your risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and a cardiovascular...

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Do you know your risk of heart disease?

Do you know your risk of heart disease?

You’ve heard of cardiovascular disease (CVD), you likely know someone with it, but do you know your own risk of CVD? “Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death globally, taking an estimated 17.9 million lives each year” and unfortunately,...

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Testosterone beyond sex and muscles

Testosterone beyond sex and muscles

Testosterone has become more than a hormone – elevated in popular culture into this greater concept of “masculinity”. That stems, in part, in science, as men produce 90-95% more testosterone than women. But one of the biggest discrepancies I continue to see, even...

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Heart Health Risks – Why I’m Both Worried, and Hopeful

Heart Health Risks – Why I’m Both Worried, and Hopeful

February is American Heart Month, and every year around this time I am flooded with memories from my more than 20 years of experience working in cardiac care. For decades, I worked with men and women who had suffered heart attacks—many of whom needed heart surgery as...

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