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How to deal with menopause when it's hot outside
By Angela Haupt
Editor, Health and Wellness

When I asked women who have gone through menopause to describe what it feels like during the summer, they compared it to being swallowed by a wave of heat. It's no wonder, then, that many report being sweaty, uncomfortable, and irritable. Fortunately, the people I talked to devised creative solutions that helped them cool down—and might bring you relief, too.


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Today's newsletter was written by Angela Haupt and edited by Mandy Oaklander.