We are excited to share the May 2022 issue of Menopause.
In this issue we report on the Utian Translational Science Symposium held in September 2021 on the biology and practice of wellness in mid-life women and beyond. We continue to publish articles on whether oophorectomy in premenopausal women can increase the rate of dementia, and in keeping with the subject, whether bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy can be avoidable in some cases. From the Women’s Health Initiative, we learn whether high blood pressure is associated with glaucoma risk. With the increasing prevalence of music therapy, we report on its effects on depression. In the Clinical Corner we have an update on the management of migraines which can be devastating to the women so affected. Also included are two review papers, the first on sexual dysfunction in women with cancer and the second looking at different regimens to help with insomnia.
Thank you for your continued support of our journal!
Isaac Schiff, MD, CM
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