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Researchers discovered subtle changes in the mental processes of women in the year after their final menstrual period, a phase called early post-menopause.
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Scientists believe that a simple blood test could in the future be able to predict exactly when a woman will start menopause, a development that would be invaluable in helping women make reproductive decisions.
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