With the health risks associated with conventional hormone-replacement therapy, women are searching for safe and effective ways to reduce hot flashes, prevent osteoporosis, and reduce the risk of heart disease during menopause. In this User's Guide, health writer Kathleen Barnes describes a variety of natural and safe options for navigating the biological changes that come with mid-life. She suggests vitamins, herbs, and other supplements that scientific studies have found helpful in easing a natural transition and for lowering the long-term risk of age related diseases.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-11-27 - Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
The history of the Rio Grande since the late nineteenth century reflects the evolution of water-resource management in the West. It was here that the earliest interstate and international water-allocation problems pitted irrigators in southern New Mexico against farmers downstream in El Paso and Juarez, with the voluntary resolution of