Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 10th, 2005
Medical College of Georgia researchers have found changes in blood vessel chemistry that may explain the dramatic flip-flop in estrogen's function that occurs in older women, taking it from a dilator of vessels to a potentially dangerous constrictor.
Richard White, a pharmacologist at MCG in Augusta, Georgia, presented the findings at the American Heart Association's Second International Conference on Women, Heart Disease and Stroke in Orlando, Florida, February 16-19, 2005.
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