Women's Midlife Health
Women’s Midlife Health is proud to be one of a select few journals solely dedicated to examining both the vulnerabilities and opportunities associated with this stage of life, and their consequences for healthy aging. Our journal seeks to enhance the general understanding of midlife transitional changes, considers clinical and population-based research, and publishes across a wide range of topics areas including, but not restricted to, menopause, cancer, cardiovascular health and reproductive endocrinology. As an open access, peer reviewed journal, our research is widely available and submissions are rigorously assessed, enabling us to provide high quality scientific research to our peers.
ReviewTopical Collection Stress and Midlife
ResearchTopical Collection Stress and Midlife
The effects of age and ethnicity on the circadian variation of catecholamines and cortisol in employed women
Gary D. James (June 2018)
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