SWAN NEWS that's a bird of a different feather!

In a new study published in Neurology issue 72 page 1850 this year (2009)more information in the important Study of the Women's Health Across the Nation also known to researchers simply as "SWAN." This is a menopause study of great importance. Women do loose brain function as they transition through menopause, and those who took hormones before that final menstrual period: their cognitive powers were just a bit better than women who began the hormone therapy after menopause. Not all studies have been clear on this point. And there's still a lot of thoughts to process: what is it that declines? Is it our processing speed, or verbal memory? Our testing ability because we may not have had a good night sleep? Let Gyno Gab know what you think about these thoughts!

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