Canadian Fashion Stylist Lisa Rogers Shares Her Professional Expertise
in Picking the Best Pieces While Weathering the Changes of Menopause
TORONTO, Nov. 29, 2011 /CNW/ - For women, the upcoming holiday season
demands many wardrobe changes; be it shopping, cooking or attending
parties. But for women experiencing hot flashes during menopause,
combining fashionable and functional choices is a must do.
This season, renowned fashion expert Lisa Rogers and local doctor,
Vivien Brown are teaming up to share tips on preparing for this
upcoming season and exploring options in fashion and health.
Lisa Rogers, design consultant as seen on City Line
Dr. Vivien Brown, Department of Family and Community Medicine,
University of Toronto and member of the Society of Obstetricians and
Gynaecologists of Canada.
To provide women with fashion and health options during the menopause
December 5, 2011.
Fashion and Menopause
Menopause is a natural part of aging, and something that all women
experience. According to a recent Leger Marketing survey, 82 per cent
of Canadian women experience hot flashes during menopause.1 Additionally, 43 per cent of women surveyed say their menopausal
symptoms have moderately or highly impacted their lives.i Dr. Brown will be available to answer any questions related menopause
and to the various options of managing menopausal symptoms, and Ms.
Rogers will be available to provide fashion advice for women who won't
let these symptoms stand in their way of enjoying life, especially this
1 Menopause and You Survey 2011. Leger Marketing.
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