The Change Before the Change: Everything You Need to Know to Stay Healthy in the Decade Before Menopause

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Bantam Books, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 434 pages
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An informative and empowering guide for women over the age of thirty-five offers no-nonsense medical advice on how to cope with the menstrual irregularities, hot flashes, sexual changes, weight gain, mood swings, and other symptoms that precede menopause, discussing a wide range of both traditional and alternative therapies and lifestyle changes to help protect one's health. 20,000 first printing.

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Excellent Self-help book

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Reading this book has been an eye-opening experience. I was suffering in silence and did not know why until I read this book. It has given me a myriad of answers to some of the symptoms that I have ... Read full review

The change before the change: everything you need to know to stay healthy in the decade before menopause

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When Corio, attending physician at Mount Sinai Hospital and cohost of the radio show Women for Women, was in medical school two decades ago, gender-specific medicine barely existed. Today, it is ... Read full review


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Laura E. Corio, M.D., is a board-certified ob/gyn whose thriving New York City practice attracts women from across the country because of her unique blend of no-nonsense medical advice, extensive knowledge of alternative approaches, and close collaboration with patients. She is an attending physician at The Mount Sinai Medical Center in Manhattan, where she also teaches medical students and residents. She has made numerous media appearances as an expert on women's health. She lives in New Jersey with her son and daughter.

Linda G. Kahn is a writer and editor specializing in health and psychology.

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