1.Table of Contents
2.Information for Readers
1.Stretch it and lose it: the potential benefits of a stretching intervention for the reduction of menopausal symptoms.
2. Quantification of vaginal atrophy: several decades of advances.
3.Within-day associations between sedentary behavior and affect in middle-aged women.
4.Effects of stretching on menopausal and depressive symptoms in middle-aged women: a randomized controlled trial.
5.Focal depth measurements of the vaginal wall: a new method to noninvasively quantify vaginal wall thickness in the diagnosis and treatment of vaginal atrophy.
6.Individualized predictions of time to menopause using multiple measurements of antimullerian hormone.
7. Hot flashes: emerging cardiovascular risk factors in recent and late postmenopause and their association with higher blood pressure.
8. The usability of a WeChat-based electronic questionnaire for collecting participant-reported data in female pelvic floor disorders: a comparison with the traditional paper-administered format.
9.Influence of SULT1A1 genetic variation on age at menopause, estrogen levels, and response to hormone therapy in recently postmenopausal white women.
10.Whole-body vibration improves neuromuscular parameters and functional capacity in osteopenic postmenopausal women.
11. Randomized clinical trial: benefits of aerobic physical activity for 24 weeks in postmenopausal women with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
12.The prevalence of endometrial cancer in pre- and postmenopausal Chinese women.
13.Relationship between sociodemographic, reproductive, and lifestyle factors and the severity of menopausal symptoms among Egyptian women in Alexandria.
14.Estrogen and DPP4 inhibitor, but not metformin, exert cardioprotection via attenuating cardiac mitochondrial dysfunction in obese insulin-resistant and estrogen-deprived female rats.
15. Do BRCA1/2 mutation carriers have an earlier onset of natural menopause?
16.The relationship between phytoestrogens and speed of processing.
17.Concurrent and lagged relations between momentary affect and sedentary behavior in middle-aged women.
18.Media and education of the consumer.
19. Effects of walking on body composition in perimenopausal and postmenopausal women: a systematic review and meta-analysis.