The Black Woman's Guide to Menopause: Doing Meonpause with Heart and Soul

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Sourcebooks, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 252 pages
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Unique in its audience and its hands-on approach, The Black Woman's Guide to Menopause is a smart, step-by-step guide filled with specific advice written from the viewpoint of a black woman. Because of cultural and physical reasons, women of color have different responses and feelings about this change in their lives. As the author notes: "Maybe what happened physiologically is the same for all women, but what we brought to those hormonal and bodily changes and how we responded to what our bodies were going through had everything to do with who we are as African-American women."

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About the author (2003)

Carolyn Scott Brown is President of L.L. Brown International. She has also started the Women's Health Institute to market Celebrating Menopause programs. She lives in Seattle, Washington.

Dr. Barbara S. Levy is an internationally known women's health physician. She is acting as Medical Consultant to L.L. Brown International. She lives in Federal Way, Washington.

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