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October is World Menopause Awareness Month October is menopause awareness month, and this year we're looking to raise awareness around perimenopause - the transitional period into menopause, while highlighting the importance of research, education and combating global stigma. In a recent study we found that 9/10 women didn't recognise that their symptoms were associated to perimenopause, and instead, attributed what they were feeling to ageing, stress, anxiety and depression. This World Menopause Day we want to support women who...
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How to talk to your teenagers about perimenopause and menopause July saw a rare breakthrough in menopause – the topic will now be added to secondary school sex and relationship lessons in the UK curriculum. Education secretary Damian Hinds agreed that menopause is an important part of reproductive health, and that all children should learn about this subject at school. The news also raises the question – how can we best educate our own children about the changes that happen at this difficult time? We asked menopause coach, author and advocate Ruth...
09
Oct
October is World Menopause Awareness Month October is menopause awareness month, and this year we're looking to raise awareness around perimenopause - the transitional period into menopause, while highlighting the importance of research, education and combating global stigma. In a recent study we found that 9/10 women didn't recognise that their symptoms were associated to perimenopause, and instead, attributed what they were feeling to ageing, stress, anxiety and depression. This World Menopause Day we want to support women who...
Mother and daughter embracing
29
Aug
How to talk to your teenagers about perimenopause and menopause July saw a rare breakthrough in menopause – the topic will now be added to secondary school sex and relationship lessons in the UK curriculum. Education secretary Damian Hinds agreed that menopause is an important part of reproductive health, and that all children should learn about this subject at school. The news also raises the question – how can we best educate our own children about the changes that happen at this difficult time? We asked menopause coach, author and advocate Ruth...