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Hrt.

In the lumber industry, abbr. for heart.
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But I still believe that the benefits of HRT outweigh the risks for the vast majority of women who are experiencing debilitating menopausal symptoms.
She said: "As a female GP in my mid-40s, I see many women with menopausal symptoms whose lives are being made miserable, but they're afraid to take HRT.
Our findings provide further information to allow women to make informed decisions about the potential risks and benefits of HRT use," he added.
Many experts agree that these risk factors may have impacted the results, and, in 2012, the North American Menopause Society, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, and the Endocrine Society published a statement concluding that HRT was still an acceptable treatment for menopausal symptoms.
We rate HRT above the sovereign credit rating on its domicile, Bahrain (BB/Stable/B), as the company has only a minimal asset and risk exposure to the country.
Routine practice At one time, HRT was routinely prescribed to women who were suffering from unpleasant menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes and night sweats.
He said that it is thought that using HRT, at least in part, reduces modifications of muscle contractile proteins that are linked to ageing.
HRT will start drilling in Namibia in the first quarter of 2013 after the delivery of a Transocean Ltd oil rig.
Petrobras declined to say what sort of projects might be used to sell HRT and TNK-BP's gas.
First published in 2003 and funded by Cancer Research UK, the Million Women Study found that using combined HRT doubles a woman's risk of developing breast cancer compared with women not taking HRT.
It shouldn't be the main determinant in the decision to use HRT to relieve lingering postmenopausal symptoms or maintain bone density.