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Services

Referral Clinic

Women who are having a difficult transition during menopause can ask to be referred by their family doctor, nurse practitioner or doctor of naturopathic medicine to be seen in our clinic. Each woman, together with our doctor and nurse will design an individualized plan to manage her symptoms and enhance her health and well-being. Our doctors and nurse are all NAMS Certified Menopause Practitioners (North American Menopause Society).

Referral Form (for health provider to complete).

Getting More Information

Women wanting general information about menopause and mid-life health can speak to our registered nurse. Contact her by phone at 306-665-7681 or email her by clicking Ask Us.

Free Public Forums

We aim to have one public forum each year on topics relevant to women’s mid-life health. National and local experts are invited to bring the latest information to share with you and other forum participants. Some previous public forum topics have been:

· Managing Menopause

· Women and Heart Disease

· Women and Osteoporosis

· Sleep

· Pelvic Pain

· Am I Losing my Mind - Mood Changes and Depression in Mid-Life Women

· Mind Your Metabolism - Metabolic Syndrome and Weight Management


Workshops / Presentations

We are pleased to be able to create and deliver workshops and presentations on women’s health tailored to your needs. We have spoken at professional conferences, local Women’s Health Days, provide a display at conferences and wellness fairs, deliver in-service education in the workplace, and spoken at Lunch’n’ Learn events. For more information or to invite a speaker to your event, click on Contact Us (link)Some fees or travel costs may apply.


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Is Marijuana a Friend of Menopause?

Making Peace with Your Changing Body

The Skinny on Skin Care

Cholesterol and Your Heart Moon Time Sisters

Web Resources to Share

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Midful at Work

Treating Vaginal Dryness

Nutrition through the Life Cycle: part two The Older Years

Changes to Personnel at WMLH Program

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“Fracture Risk Syndrome” - Moving beyond Osteoporosis

Nutrition Through the Life Cycle Part 1: Menopause and Beyond

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Osteoarthritis and Exercise

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia

Prebiotics and Probiotics

Poise Impressa

Mad by Any Description

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Hot Flushes and Night Sweats

Introductions

Retirement

Herbs and Spices: Antioxidents

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

Food and Mood

Alcohol - Healthy, Harmful or Both?

Resources to Check Out!

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Four Simple Truths I Didn't Know About Breaking Bones

The 411 on Marijuana

Oils 101

The Elusive Kegel...

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Anxiety and Menopause

Tobacco Use and Menopause

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Shingles: Chickenpox Revisited

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Eating Your Way to Health

It is Time to Look at Our Bodies Differently

Getting Ready for Gardening

Blog Bits

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Prairie Hospice Society - Saskatoon's Well Kept Secret

Grow Your Own Salads

Getting Ready for Gardening

Blog Bits

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Vasomotor Symptoms: Hot Flashes and Night Sweats.

Solutions for the Dreaded Resolution.

CRS: what it is and how we can manage it.

VESy System by Lead Pilates and Wellness: Empowering Women to take Control of their Pelvic Floor Dysfuntions through Movement.

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Pelvic Pain

Emotional Eating

Ovarian Cancer Canada

Our Aging Skin

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Fit Test or Fecal Immunochemical Test

Immunization in Midlife

Fibre for Healthy Bowels and more..

Having Trouble Sleeping? Why Not Try Hypnosis?

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The Pelvic Floor Pathway

Prescription Treatments for Insomnia

Are you Drinking Enough

Roasted Cauliflower and Red Pepper Soup

Coaching - creating more focus and meaning in our lives

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A Woman's Brain

Nonprescription Treatments for Insomnia

Caffeine!

Live Well with Chronic Pain

Introducing Sandra Wegner, M.D.

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Keeping Kidney's Healthy

You are Power Full

Food Safety

Candied Ribs

Finding the Key to Appropriate use of Hormone Therapy

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Are you the Incredible Shrinking Woman (or Man)?

Start Improving Your Memory!

Navigate your way through Salt

Dry Skin: Battling with dry winter skin? Here are some Tips!


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What I Learned at North American Menopause Society this Year.

Getting Ready for Retirement

Your Aging Parents' Independence May Rest on Your Shoulders

Holiday Survival

Tzatziki

Hummus


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Heavy Periods - Could You have a Bleeding Disorder?

Iron Essentials

Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

Abnormal Perimenopausal Bleeding

Urban Poling

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Hormone Therapy - a Personal Decision

Emotional Eating

Fruit Salad with Vanilla Maple Yogurt Dressing

Relationship Changes in Mid-Life

Stickin' it to Ya! Tips for keeping your patch on

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We Have Moved!

Welcome Women's Mi-Life Health Program!

Seasonal Mood Changes

Exercise and the Neuroplasticity of the Brain

Unraveling the Mysteries of Menopause

Put Life Back in Your Life!

Geocaching

Making Seasonal Baking Healthier

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Parkinson's Disease - the Signs and Symptoms

A Brief Overview of Calcium Supplements

Bone Healthy Nutrition

Smoothie Recipes

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Reducing Your Risk of Cancer

Preventing Metabolic Syndrome

Babsi's Broccoli Soup

Hormone Replacement Therapy: Some Facts for Women

Cherishing Your Grandchildren's Smiles

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Choose Your Best Diet Plan

Mindfulness: essential for Mid-Life Women

Black Bean and Corn Summer Salad

Take a Deep Breath.. Now Relax

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Services and Programs Enhance Lives of Saskatchewan Women

Investing in Our Future Health by Preventing Falls

Why Wait? Try Weights for Beautiful Strong Arms!

Melancauli Baby

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Guidelines for Managing Menopause and Osteoporosis Part 2

For Good Health Choose Fats with Care

Salmon with Dilled Sour Cream

Ways to be Cool, When your Not

Why is Oral Health Important for Women?

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Learning About Foods that Help Fight Cancer

New Science Links High Cholesterol and Osteoporosis

Creamy Bow-Ties with Chicken, Spinach and Peppers

Women Prove Exercise Can be Fun

Healthy Eating Builds Strong Bones

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A New Look at Treating Symptoms of Pre / Perimnopause Cyclic: Progesterone Therapy for Pre- and Perimenopausal Women

Accepting Chronic Pain

Sweet Potato Pancakes

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New Guidelines from the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada

Ask Donnelly R.D.

Mexican Corn and Bean Salad

Pelvic Pain - know more about it

Mindful Decisions about Mid-Life

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Are You Ready for a Change?

A Balancing Act

Counting Sheep

On the Road Again

Cold Nights - Hot Rewards

New Year's Resolutions and Lifestyle Changes

Breaking Barriers, Not Bones

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Pearls of Wisdom from the 12th World Congress on Menopause

Know Who Your Friends Are

Mind Your Metabolism: Healthy Lifestyle Tips from Dr. Dean Kriellaars

Flax Cookies

Why Have a Saliva Hormone Test

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Making Life Precious

Are You Ready to Make Some Changes to Improve Your Health?

Journaling as a Form of Self-Care

The Family Caregiver

Viva Las Veggies

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Improving Women's Lives Through Better Health in Mid-Life and Beyond



About Women's Mid-Life Health Program

Improving women’s lives through better health during mid-life and beyond.

Women's Mid-Life Health Program has been a member of The North American Menopause Society since 2003.

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Since 2011, the Women's Mid-Life Health Program has been funded by the Saskatoon Health Region. However we still need to raise funds for our on-going programs, workshops, events and newsletters. We greatly appreciate your generous support of all these initiatives that bring awareness, health information and improved life to many.

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