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Menopause ‘Brain Fog’ May Be Real

March 16, 2012, 12:27 pm by WebMD

Along with hot flashes and night sweats, memory problems are a common complaint of menopausal women, and now a new study finds evidence that menopause ‘brain fog’ may be real.


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