Dr. Mache Blog

18
Apr

Notre-Dame Cathedral – Significance of Fire

I’ve been very moved by the fire that destroyed so much of the Notre-Dame Cathedral. Given this happened during the Holy Week just before Easter, I wrote the following essay and original music to accompany it. Whether you observe Easter or Passover, I hope you enjoy it. I watched with disbelief as the spire of …

16
Apr

Dryness and Pain after Breast Cancer Treatment (GSM) – How to Make it Better

There’s a new medical term for an old and too familiar problem. It’s called Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause or GSM and it is the medical term for a group of symptoms that include dryness of the vagina and skin area outside the vagina, burning, and irritation. It also includes painful sex, urinary symptoms, and recurring urinary …

9
Apr

Hot Years Magazine – Latest Issue Released

Get accurate, reliable information on midlife that is easy to understand and comes right to your inbox! The latest issue of The Hot Years magazine in now available and….its FREE. Visit www.HotYearsMag.com and download it now to your computer or device. This issue includes articles on culinary medicine (food for health), what you need to …

7
Apr

Perimenopause Osteoporosis – Are You At Risk?

If you are woman in her 30s or 40s, you’re probably not thinking of menopause. And if you’re not thinking of menopause, perimenopause and osteoporosis or bone loss is something that is probably not on your radar. But since 5-10% of women enter menopause before age 45, and because the symptoms, including bone loss, may …

15
Feb

The Hot Years Issue 43 Now Available…Start reading now…

If you haven’t been getting the latest issue of The Hot Years magazine, your missing out on the #1 Women’s Health digital magazine for perimenopause and menopause. Each issue contains the information our readers have requested to help them feel healthy, happy and hormonally balanced. Enjoy the latest issue below. To get a free subscription …

29
Jan

Salt is Bad, and so is the Salt Shaker

Eating too much salt can be bad for your health.   It increases the water stored in your body, which can raise your blood pressure. And the higher your blood pressure, the more strain there is on your heart, arteries, kidneys and brain. The American Heart Association recommends limiting salt to 2,300 milligrams (mg) a day, and if you have heart disease …