Women may know menopause is coming — but two out of five women still don’t know what changes, exactly, we should be expecting, according to a recent AARP survey of women over 50. Or when. Or what to do about them. That’s a lot of uncertainty about something that will happen to every single person who has a uterus.
So yeah, we have questions. And Denise Pines has answers. Pines is in deep on the whole women-as-we-age thing: she’s the founder of WisePause, the world’s first virtual conference on menopause, which brings together experts from across the spectrum (scheduled for March 21 this year!); the most recent former head of the Medical Board of California; a co-founder of Tea Botanics, a lifestage-specific tea company; and co-author of the FemAging report, which looks at the field of tech advances being created to make women’s lives better as they age.
Sounds like just the woman we need to hear from.
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