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Growth hormone is made in the brain, report scientists

...sponse to estrogen. The study has implications for menopausal women using estrogen replacement therapy and for athletes taking growth hormone and anabolic steroids to increase muscle mass. The scientists suspect that reasoning and mood may also be affected by these differences in the amount of growth hormone i...

Menopause Symptoms May Come Back After Stopping Menopausal Hormone Therapy

...e herbal medicines, often to treat premenstrual or menopausal symptoms and premenstrual syndrome, to aid in breastfeeding or to decrease breast cancer risk. Warren reviewed the literature on herbal supplements and breast cancer risk for his report, which was reviewed by two international experts in the field a...

Women cautioned against using herbal supplements

...e herbal medicines, often to treat premenstrual or menopausal symptoms and premenstrual syndrome, to aid in breastfeeding or to decrease breast cancer risk. Warren reviewed the literature on herbal supplements and breast cancer risk for his report, which was reviewed by two international experts in the field a...

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