Decreasing menopausal symptoms in women undertaking a web-based multi-modal lifestyle intervention: The Women's Wellness Program.

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Menopausal transition can be challenging for many women. This study tested the effectiveness of an intervention delivered in different modes in decreasing menopausal symptoms in midlife women. The Women's Wellness Program (WWP) intervention was delivered to 225 Australian women aged between 40 and 65 years through three modes (i.e., on-line independent… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.maturitas.2015.02.263

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@article{Anderson2015DecreasingMS, title={Decreasing menopausal symptoms in women undertaking a web-based multi-modal lifestyle intervention: The Women's Wellness Program.}, author={Debra Anderson and Charrlotte A Seib and Amanda C McGuire and Janine Porter-Steele}, journal={Maturitas}, year={2015}, volume={81 1}, pages={69-75} }