A new study provides insights into the neural origins of hot flashes associated with menopause.
By inducing hot flashes, most commonly associated with menopause, in both male and female mice, researchers discover Kiss1 neurons initiate a fast boost in skin temperature followed by a drop in core body temperature.
A new study reports estrogen fluctuations which are common during menopausal transition could enhance emotional sensitivity to psychological stress.
Phthalate exposure is linked to sleep disruptions and insomnia in menopausal women.
Study reports a link between levels of GlycA, an inflammatory molecule in the blood, and an increased risk of depression symptoms. Researchers also outline specific symptoms associated with menopause and an increased likelihood of developing depression.
Weill Cornell Medicine researchers may have answered why women are more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease than men. In a new PLOS ONE study, researchers reveal menopause can cause metabolic changes in the brain that appear to increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease.