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A quick question and answers for premenopausal issues you may be facing. Read, Enjoy And Share! Q: Long before menopausal hot flashes began, I had “cold flashes” before bed or at night. Is this a real thing — perhaps part of some larger inability of the body to regulate temperature before menopause? A: Yes, cold flashes...

When your joints ache, you may chalk it up to an old injury or to osteoarthritis — the wearing away of cartilage that’s common in older age. But for two million people in the United States, aching joints are caused by rheumatoid arthritis (RA) — when the immune system mistakenly attacks the tissues lining the...

Harvard Health Blog Sleep is a critically important component of human existence. On average, humans spend about 25 percent to 35 percent of their lives sleeping. Sleep allows both the body and brain to rest and recover from the stress of daily life. As such, trouble sleeping can cause a range of health problems, and...