Volume 6 (2006) - May 2006
Daniel F Kripke, Lawrence E Kline, Farhad F Shadan, Arthur Dawson, J Steven Poceta, Jeffrey A Elliott BMC Women's Health 2006, 6:8 (16 May 2006)
In a pilot study, administration of melatonin suppressed urinary luteinizing hormone levels but had no significant effect on sleep or hot flashes among symptomatic postmenopausal women.
Lisa Hernández, Peter J Winch, Kea Parker, Robert H Gilman BMC Women's Health 2006, 6:7 (2 May 2006)
Women from a low-income setting have limited knowledge of RTIs, believing that personal hygiene and exposure to a contaminated environment are also risk factors; effective RTI prevention needs to take these factors into account.