Learning, memory temporarily affected by menopause

05/26/2009 | Yahoo!

Memory and learning are affected by menopause but changes are subtle and are better characterized as less improvement rather than real decline, a new study showed. Researchers said women in the study didn't learn as well during early and late perimenopause, but the changes were temporary and a woman's learning capacity bounces back once the postmenopause stage began.

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