10 Supplements You Should Be Taking After Menopause

By Kate Bayless | Published December 18 on Prevention.com | Featuring Dr. Sherry Ross Hormonal shifts are responsible for most of the wonderful side effects of menopause, including an increased risk of certain diseases and conditions. When estrogen drops, the risk for osteoporosis and heart disease rises—as does the tendency to suffer from symptoms such […]

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IBS During Pregnancy: What to Expect

By Stephanie Booth | Originally Published on WebMB | Featuring Dr. Sherry Ross Most pregnant women can expect some GI challenges during those 9 months. Morning sickness and heartburn are common. The iron and calcium in prenatal vitamins can make you constipated. Plus, your growing baby is physically pressing against your organs as food moves […]

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5 Surprising Factors That Affect Hot Flashes

By Linda Melone, CSCS | Published November 20th on NextAvenue | Featuring Dr. Sherry Ross Most women going through menopause can expect to experience the unpleasant, sudden flush of heat commonly referred to as hot flashes. Estimates vary, but approximately 75 percent of menopausal women will have them. Hot flashes typically start when hormonal changes […]

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New Guidelines for Breast Cancer Screening: What Doctors Say

By Elizabeth Hanes, RN | Published November 2015 on HealthGrades | Featuring Dr. Sherry Ross Recently the American Cancer Society (ACS) revised its guidelines concerning when–and how often–women should get breast cancer screenings. The new guidelines do away with the long-standing recommendation women get a mammogram every year beginning at age 40. Instead, the ACS […]

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