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Do Hormones Really Affect Your Memory?

By Being Patient | December 11th, 2018

Being Patient talks to Dr. Pauline Maki about the effect of hormones on cognition and whether there is a link between estrogen, menopause and memory loss. She’s a professor of psychiatry and psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago, the director of Women’s Mental Health Research and the Center for Research on Women and Gender, as well as the Alzheimer’s chair at the Society for Women’s Health Research.

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