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Clinical Reviews

Christine Simpson MA, BSc (Hons), RGN, HV (Cert), Mansour Mansour, MPhil, BSc, RN et al.
The consequences of domestic violence significantly impact the long-term health and emotional well-being of those affected...
Irwin W. Kuzmarov et al.
Sexual desire and activity continue well into later life, and advanced age alone is not a deterrent to a happy and healthy sex life; however, clinicians should be aware that the normal sexual response of men and women may change with aging.
Irwin W. Kuzmarov et al.
Sexuality and sexual activity do not end when a person reaches a certain age. Sexual desire and activity continue well into later life, and age is not a deterrent to a happy and healthy sex life.
Emily Saks et al.
Pelvic organ prolapse is a common condition among women, and its prevalence increases with age.
Lynne T. Shuster et al.
Women in the Western world may expect to spend a significant portion of their lives in postmenopause.
J. Michael Dixon et al.
The incidence of breast cancer increases with advancing age, and the relative frequency of benign breast disease (BBD) decreases.
Margaret Fitch
Ovarian cancer has more than a physical impact.There are also emotional, psychosocial, spiritual, and practical consequences for those women diagnosed with the disease.
I very much enjoyed Dr. Jerrilynn Prior’s article entitled “Symptomatic Menopause--What Are the Safe and Effective Options?” in the October 2005 edition of your journal.
Cara Tannenbaum et al.
Older women are one of the most rapidly growing segments of the Canadian population.
Jerilynn C. Prior
Most menopausal women require no treatment. Despite controlled trial data showing risks from menopausal hormone treatment, three conditions benefit from ovarian hormone therapy: early menopause, severe vasomotor symptoms with osteoporosis, and sleep-disturbing night sweats.