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American Academy of Family Physicians: "Hormone Replacement Therapy."
Harvard Men's Health Watch: "Testosterone Replacement: A Cautionary Tale."
Harvard Women's Health Watch: "FDA-Approved Bioidentical Hormones for Menopausal Symptoms," "What Are Bioidentical Hormones?"
National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health: "4 Things To Know About Menopausal Symptoms and Complementary Health Practices."
North American Menopause Society: "Hormone Therapy: Benefits and Risks," "Don't DIY With Herbs and Supplements for Menopause," "Menopause FAQs: Hormone Therapy for Menopause Symptoms," "Menopause FAQs: Understanding the Symptoms," "Menopause 101: A Primer for the Perimenopausal," "The Experts Do Agree About Hormone Therapy," "What Is Custom-Compounded Therapy?" "Treating Hot Flashes."
Women's Health Research Institute, Northwestern University: "Antidepressants May Have Role in Treating Menopause Symptoms."
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