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Omega-3 Consumption May Slow Ovarian Aging

A study led by Dr. Polotsky found dietary omega-3 consumption can slow ovarian aging in mice and improve oocyte quality as a preliminary step, but more research will be needed for outcomes that really matter to women, such as pregnancy rates.

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Use of Unapproved Hormones for Menopause Rises

More U.S. women are taking unregulated hormones that are compounded and often marketed as “bioidentical” hormones to reduce hot flashes and other menopause symptoms. Dr. Santoro generally recommends against using compounded hormones.

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SWAN Study Reveals Increased Menopause Length

Dr. Santoro discusses in a new study that women who get hot flashes at a younger age may likely experience a longer menopause while women who begin menopause later in life will have shorter periods of difficulty menopause symptoms.

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Dr. Santoro Receives Endocrine Society Award

The Endocrine Society recently announced its 2016 Laureate Award recipients and Dr. Santoro was honored with the prestigious Outstanding Mentor Award. This annual award recognizes physicians who demonstrate a career committed to mentoring and a provide positive impact on mentees’ education & career.

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Pot as PMS Medicine Not a Sure Thing

Fusion recently reported on the increasing use of marijuana to ease period symptoms and PMS. However, conducting any research on the effects of cannabis on the body has been tricky, says Dr. Nanette Santoro.