Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common condition that affects the way the ovaries work. Around 1 in 10 women are thought to have PCOS, which makes it the most common female hormone condition in the UK.
Dr Louise Newson chats with Dave and Steve about how eating plant-based and whole foods transformed their own lives and those in their community's.
There are continuing to be some problems with the availability of estrogen gel in the UK but these are likely to be short term and not last for a long time. There are other preparations of estrogen available which may be worth trying while you wait for the supply problems to be resolved.
In this episode, Dr Lustig talks to Dr Louise Newson about the influence of sugar, fats, and processed foods on our brains and health, changing minds of the public and health professionals and challenging the food industry.
Vicki shares some of the struggles younger women have when trying to get help for endometriosis and/or a surgical or early menopause.
Dr Louise Newson and Dr Sarah Glynne have co-authored on this factsheet which discusses the link between long COVID and the perimenopause and menopause.
Dr Louise Newson is joined by Jonathon Wolf, CEO and co-founder of health technology company ZOE.
balance app founder, Dr Louise Newson, supported this live Q&A on Suicide Awareness and the Menopause with Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT), the region’s NHS mental health services provider. The public event discussed how the menopause affects mental health, including mood changes, depression and sometimes suicidal thoughts.
On this episode of the podcast, Louise is joined by Rhona and Tanya to discuss fertility, pregnancy and the perimenopause.