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Talking about the menopause: symptoms, support and the role of exercise
Talking about the menopause: symptoms, support and the role of exercise

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Acknowledgements

This free course was written by Alison Craig and Simon Rea and was published in 2024.

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Word cloud diagram about exercise: kentoh/Shutterstock.com

Person leaning on an exercise ball, looking exhausted: Motortion Films/Shutterstock

Drawing of a foot on the floor on various health conditions: . Suz7/Shutterstock

Person walking their dog: alexei_tm/Shutterstock.com

Person exercising: Lordn/Shutterstock

Audio/Video

Video 1: The importance of exercise: courtesy Newson Health Group balance - Homepage (balance-menopause.com) Home - Dr Louise Newson

Audio 1: Exercise and the Menopause: Janette Cardy and Dr Louise Newson Exercise & the Menopause: courtesy Newson Health Group - balance - Homepage (balance-menopause.com)Home - Dr Louise Newson

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