Most pharmacies have a shelf
of over-the-counter “natural” products to treat menopause symptoms.
And there are many more being hawked on the Internet. It seems
plausible that some of these should work--they have stood the test
of time. But what is the evidence? [learn
The Co-Editors of Menopause Flashes are Elizabeth Contestabile, RNC, BScN, Nurse Educator, Shirley E. Greenberg Women's Health Centre, The Ottawa Hospital, Riverside Campus, Ottawa, ON, Canada; and Marcie K. Richardson, MD, Co-director, Harvard Vanguard Menopause Consultation Service, Boston, MA.
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