It's time for women to have menopause conversations. It's no longer taboo. Women need to understand that menopause is not the end. It is the beginning...a time to start anew!
My first thought when I was diagnosed with osteopenia was, “This must be a mistake. I don’t feel any different than the day before. No apparent signs or symptoms. How could this be?” I felt that my doctor was just wrong. After all, as far as I knew, my mother had neither osteoporosis nor osteopenia.
Roberta Morris of Bay Terrace, who has dedicated her life to advocating for people impacted by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, is this year’s recipient of the Frank Carlino Award.