Speaking of Women’s Health offers informational women’s health videos that discuss a variety of topics. Join us as Holly L. Thacker, MD, Director of Center for Specialized Women’s Health at Cleveland Clinic, offers her insights about health myths and helpful tips and tricks about health issues that affect women every day.
The latest Women's Health Initiative (WHI) study shows that women who have had a hysterectomy can benefit from taking estrogen therapy. Speaking of Women's Health Executive Director Dr. Holly L. Thacker discusses how the study's findings can improve the quality and longevity of women's lives.
One of the most common symptoms that women can experience with menopause is hot flashes. Dr. Holly L. Thacker, Executive Director of Speaking of Women's Health discusses how women can treat their menopause symptoms.
Research and clinical experience have revealed that women's major concern with midlife and aging is weight gain. Dr. Holly L. Thacker, executive director of Speaking of Women's Health, discusses how midlife women can lose weight during menopause.
There is no doubt that menopause changes a woman's sex life. Everything from desire to the ability to take pleasure in intercourse can be affected. In the fifth and final installment of our video series, "Surviving Menopause," Dr. Margaret McKenzie of the Cleveland Clinic discusses what can be done to preserve a healthy, happy sex life.
Are bioidentical hormones superior to other forms of hormone therapy? Is there a time limit on how long postmenopausal women can take hormones? Women’s health expert, Dr. Holly L. Thacker covers these topics and more in the third installment of the Speaking of Women’s Health video series, "Surviving Menopause."
Is it hot in here or are you entering into menopause? Hot flashes are only one symptom of menopause and not all women get them. In the second installment of our video series, "Surviving Menopause," women's health expert Dr. Holly L. Thacker discusses some of the common symptoms of menopause, such as sleeping problems and mood swings.
Over one in every two women over age 50 develops osteoporosis due to a lack of estrogen. Dr. Holly Thacker is here to help you learn how to prevent Osteoporosis, especially throughout menopause. This is the first video in our Surviving Menopause Series.