THE HORMONE CONUNDRUM

Autor: Amanda Spake Fuente: U.S. News

When Deanne Charles was approaching menopause, she like millions of other 50-something women debated with herself about hormone replacement therapy. It was the early '90s, and at the time many doctors were promoting the hormones not only for relief from symptoms like sleeplessness and hot flashes but also to prevent heart disease, protect bones, and retard chronic illness. Yet she dragged her feet. "All my friends were going on hormones," says Charles, 59.
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