Harvard Health Letter

Hormone therapy: The risk-benefit tightrope

The risks and benefits of hormone use in postmenopausal women vary depending on when a woman starts taking the drugs. The risk of heart disease seems to be lower in women who begin taking hormones close to the onset of menopause.

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