Dr. DeAnn Strobel sat down this morning with Lisanne and Nicole to discuss the big "M." Menopause--what the change means for you and your family. From hot flashes to mood swings it seems like a never ending battle. Dr. Strobel discusses treatments and suggestions for the big change.
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(Reuters) - Vivian Cheruiyot is not defending her world 5,000 and 10,000 meters gold medals in Moscow in August because she is expecting her first child, the Kenyan said in a statement. The 29-year-old, who won both races at the 2011 world athletics championships in Daegu, South Korea, took silver and bronze in the 5,000 and 10,000 at last year's London Olympics. In a statement released by her agent Ricky Simms on Wednesday, Cheruiyot said she would resume her career next year. She had first revealed her decision not to compete in Moscow on Tuesday but gave no reason for her absence. ...