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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