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Journal of Mid-life Health
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October-December 2019 | Vol 10 | Issue 4
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Editorial
Low back pain and menopause
Annil Mahajan, Ranu Patni, Somnath Verma
Women spend nearly one-third of their life in menopause.[1] In this period, besides other comorbid conditions, women suffer from the onslaught of various musculoskeletal disorders also. One such probl...
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Review Article
Weight management module for perimenopausal women: A practical guide for gynecologists
Sakshi Chopra, K. Aparna Sharma, Piyush Ranjan, Anita Malhotra, Naval K. Vikram, Archana Kumari
Menopause has been identified as a high-risk stage for weight gain in a woman's lifecycle. Menopause-related weight gain is a consequence of low circulating estrogen levels due to progressive loss...
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Original Article
Assessment of quality of life of the elderly living in rural and urban areas of Ambala District: A comparative study
Anshu Mittal, Anisha Aggarwal, Shefali Nayyar, Ankita Thakral, Harsimranjit Kaur Natt, Arundeep Singh
Context: Aging is a natural process which universally affects all the human beings in the society. As the geriatric population is quiet vulnerable, They might suffer from mental and physical di...
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Original Article
A clinicopathological evaluation of postmenopausal bleeding and its correlation with risk factors for developing endometrial hyperplasia and cancer: A hospital-based prospective study
Jasmina Begum, Rupal Samal
Objective: The aim of this study is to investigate the clinical data from history and endometrial pathology by endometrial sampling in patients with postmenopausal bleeding and to identify risk...
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Original Article
The role of lifestyle in developing and maintaining vasomotor symptoms: A cross-sectional study among Iranian postmenopausal women
Mozhgan Hashemzadeh, Afsaneh Keramat, Leila Mollaahmadi, Ashraf Ghiasi, Arezoo Haseli
Objective: Lifestyle patterns are not only related to healthy life but also could be related to modifying menopausal symptoms. Considering the lack of data, the present study aimed to evaluate ...
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