12/3/2013 – Postmenopausal estrogen decline largely unrelated to changes in cognition, mood

A new study led by a Stanford University School of Medicine researcher shows that decreased estrogen levels after menopause are largely unrelated to changes in cognitive ability and mood. It did find, however, a possible link between levels of another hormone — progesterone — and cognition among younger postmenopausal women.

Read the full article at Stanford School of Medicine.