Perimenopause linked to higher risk of metabolic syndrome

08/1/2008 | Reuters

A study of 949 U.S. women followed for nearly a decade finds the approach of menopause raises the risk of developing metabolic syndrome, due to higher testosterone activity. Researchers say it is important for women to maintain a healthy lifestyle during perimenopause to reduce their chances of disease.

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