Sep 30, 2013 2:08 PM by Michael Handler; KSBY News
A new study of Menopause treatments finds one form of hormone therapy is less risky than other options.
Researchers at the University of Washington compared two groups of Postmenopausal women tested two treatments: Estradiol and Premarin. Scientists found that women taking premarin were more likely to develop blood clots in their legs and lungs.
The risk for stroke was the same between both groups.
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