Hormone replacement therapy won't protect postmenopausal women against stroke or heart disease, but don't discount it for symptoms of menopause just yet.
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For women with congenital heart disease, the risk of pregnancy and delivery complications isn't as high as expected, new research shows.
A new mobile app is now available to help women and their providers make decisions about managing symptoms related to menopause.
A history of gestational diabetes could be a risk factor for later heart disease, highlighting that reproductive complications may unmask future disease risk.
Body mass index (BMI), waist circumference, and waist-to-hip ratio all have a similar strength of association with cardiovascular disease, but do not significantly improve risk prediction when information on blood pressure, diabetes, and lipid levels is available, according to a study published online March 11 in The Lancet.