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How To Feel Better In Menopause
Television wants women to think they have to look a certain way as they age. It's not true. Here's how to avoid that and feel better being you.
Is it Brain Fog or Dementia?
How to know if your brain fog is normal and the impact of estrogen on the brain.
Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease in Menopause
Need-to-know facts about lowering the odds of heart disease in menopause. It's a numbers game. Here's how to play.
5 Ways to Put Sizzle in Your Sex Life
5 Game Changing Tips that can Change Everything.
Walking Meditation Download
How to meditate and feel better on the move. Play it on your next walk.
Stop and Go versus Stop or Go
How to think differently about getting from one destination to another. Free Download.

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About The Hot Years

The Hot Years Magazine is a quarterly publication all about menopause that provides holistic, easy to understand and actionable health and wellness information for midlife women.

Mache Seibel MD, a leading menopause expert and 25 year Harvard Faculty member is the editor and founding publisher. Associate editor Sharon Seibel MD is a Board-Certified psychiatrist who has spent her career in women’s health. 

The Hot Years provides the highest quality, holistic health and lifestyle information and support for midlife women so they are healthier, happier, and more productive.  

With over 45,000 app downloads and 10,000 subscribers to date, it's the leading magazine for menopausal and perimenopausal women looking to take control of their health. 


Publisher: The Hot Years
Published: Quarterly
Language: English
Compatibility: iOS/Android App + Web Reader

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Machelle (Mache) Seibel, MD is a menopause expert who has served 25 years on the Harvard Medical Faculty. He is Founding Editor of HotYearsMag.com,  a... read more

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