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    neuroendocrine secretory patterns may impact brain health and accelerate the onset of aging syndromes such as
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    , vaginal atrophy, and dementia. Functional hypothalamic amenorrhea (FHA) is the most clinically evident
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    Neuroprotection via Reduction in Stress: Altered Menstrual Patterns as a Marker for Stress and Implications for Long-Term Neurologic Health in Women (5187947)
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