There are increased health risks for both men and women as they are exposed to excess oestrogen.
It is a rare woman who doesn’t notice a bit of extra weight at menopause but what causes it and what can you do about it?
It may seem as if going for ‘no-sugar’ options would help you lose weight, but actually the opposite is true as Dr Andrew Weill comments on new research.
Keep forgetting things, or just not as sharp as you used to be? It may be your age, but that doesn’t mean you can’t improve things and just reading a book might be the answer.
Don’t we all want to live longer, look younger and feel great? To know how to do just that read some of the best kept secrets on how to age healthily.
Did you realise that ovarian cancer risk is linked to low levels of exercise? Dr Andrew Weil shares his views on what this means for you.
Muscle problems approaching menopause are often related to hormonal changes. Good hormone balance is essential to avoid chronic pain and serious injuries.
There can be many reasons for a sudden bout of tiredness, but some of them may surprise you.
Testosterone levels in both men, and women are linked to our sex drive and naturally increasing the levels can help with progesterone, and some Pine Pollen.