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World Menopause Day

World Menopause Day Each year AMS celebrates World Menopause Day with the release of new resources. 

World Menopause Day 2021

World Menopause Day is held every year on the 18th October. The purpose of the day is to raise awareness of the menopause and the support options available for improving health and wellbeing. We encourage ...

World Menopause Day 2020

World Menopause Day is held every year on the 18th October. The purpose of the day is to raise awareness of the menopause and the support options available for improving health and wellbeing. We encourage ...

World Menopause Day 2019

Patient Booklet - Testosterone and Women  Health Professionals - International consensus on testosterone treatment for women and Case Study Media Release - World Menopause Day 2019       Content ...

World Menopause Day 2019: Media Release

16 October 2019:  Testosterone for Women at Midlife - World Menopause Day 2019 World Menopause Day is held every year on 18 October. The purpose of the day is to raise awareness on the menopause and ...

World Menopause Day 2018

Patient Fact Sheet - Will menopause affect my sex life?  Patient Booklet - Being positive about sexual wellbeing after menopause Health Professionals - Sexual well-being after menopause: an International ...

World Menopause Day 2018: Media Release

16 October 2018:  Sexual wellbeing after menopause - World Menopause Day 2018.  The theme of this year’s World Menopause Day is “Sexual wellbeing after menopause”. Sexual health is a state of physical, ...

World Menopause Day 2017: Media Release

16 October 2017 Changes before the change - World Menopause Day 2017 The theme of this year’s World Menopause Day on 18 October is “Changes before the change”. The perimenopause, or menopausal transition ...

Changes before the Change: World Menopause Day 2017

...  For World Menopause Day this year the International Menopause Society (IMS) is highlighting perimenopausal bleeding. Many women experience Abnormal Uterine Bleeding (AUB) during perimenopause. AUB ...

Heart Health Matters: World Menopause Day 2016

The theme of this year’s World Menopause Day on 18 October is “Heart Health Matters”.  “Do what makes your heart healthy” says Professor Bronwyn Stuckey, President of the Australasian Menopause Society.  ...

World Menopause Day 2016

... with the right intervention. For World Menopause Day this year the International Menopause Society (IMS) is highlighting that cardiovascular disease disease is the leading cause of morbidity ...

World Menopause Day 2015

... in maintaining or improving brain health than any single activity. For World Menopause Day this year the International Menopause Society (IMS) is highlighting that after menopause, the risk ...

World Menopause Day 2014

18 October, 2014: Actions taken at the time of the menopause can avoid chronic diseases in later life, according to a report on women's health marking World Menopause Day (18th October). Around one third ...

17th World Congress on the Menopause

... situation globally, it’s with great regret that we must postpone the 17th World Congress on the Menopause. The Congress now be held at the same venue, the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, ...

World Congress on the Menopause Information

18th World Congress on Menopause | Abstract submission deadline extended Lisbon, Portugal 26-29 October 2022 Due to the numerous requests for extension and the large volume of abstract submissions ...

World Osteoporosis Day 2019: Media Release

18 October 2019:  A fracture every 3 seconds worldwide. That’s osteoporosis! October 18, 2019 – Geneva, Switzerland Marine fractured her spine while bending to help her disabled mother. Lo Lan broke ...

What is menopause?

Key Points The term "menopause" refers to the final menstrual period. The average age of menopause in Australian women is 51 years (normal range 45-55). Surgical menopause refers to menopause ...

Breast Cancer and Menopause

... to assist with the prediction of amenorrhoea post-chemotherapy8; however, validation in the real world setting is lacking. Management of Menopause Vasomotor symptoms Although oestrogen containing ...

Menopause Matters

... was certainly not “world-wide” with over 90% of the information from the UK and USA. Unjustifiable claims were made in the paper such as use of progesterone for 5-14 years was associated with a 2-fold ...

Women at work: New horizons for menopause research

... and brings with it the perspectives and concerns of research scholars and educators in the business world. The initial search of the business and management literature found almost nothing about menopause ...

Prevention of diseases after menopause

... it is 3–4 years younger. So very roughly, 900 million women throughout the world have gone through the menopause. Post-menopause, a number of chronic conditions become more prevalent: Osteoporosis ...

Variation in worldwide usage of FRAX

... Quality of Life Working Group has assessed the uptake of FRAX worldwide. The study concludes that there were approximately 2.3 million FRAX calculations during a one-year period beginning in May 2012, ...

HRT in the early menopause:

... in different areas of the world1-5. In some places, menopause leads to a higher social status, in others - not. The forum agreed that the issue of quality of life is pivotal for any discussion on menopause ...

Menopause for Dummies

... wider reading audience, be they medically trained or not, as contemporary societies in most countries of the world today are multicultural. Particular note should be made of the fact that the authors ...

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