Those hot flashes may not be just what one thinks it is. A new research study links the association of hot flashes to a possible cardiovascular problem and heart disease. .
Do late transition and postmenopausal women who suffer from hot flashes sleep better when doing yoga or aerobic exercise?
Even though a lot of people attribute memory problems to aging, getting older is not always the cause.
Losing weight can help alleviate bothersome menopause symptoms, according to a new study.
A new study found that taking a low-dose antidepressant could help treat hot flashes.
Hormones at menopause might be able to help women in getting sleep, improving memory and more but only if she also has hot flashes, a new study finds.
The FDA approved Pfizer's latest drug that treats hot flashes and prevent osteoporosis for menopausal women.
Yoga may help prevent insomnia in menopausal women, according to a new study.
Hypnosis may help improve sexual health in postmenopausal women who have hot flashes, a new study suggests.
Experiencing random hot flashes in middle age? Don't worry, it doesn't necessarily mean you're about to enter menopause.
Researchers found that women who suffer from hot flashes during menopause also had worse memories.
Having high blood pressure during pregnancy may spell hot flashes later, according to a new study.
For years, there was nothing that any woman could do in order to ease the discomforts of menopause.
Hot flashes are the most frequent symptoms of menopause and perimenopause. Hot flashes occur in more than two-thirds of North American women during perimenopause and almost all women with induced menopause or premature menopause, according to the Web Site WebMD.