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A group of British MPs called for all women to be given a menopause checkup at age 45. The aim is to give those approaching perimenopause necessary support as early as possible. The news comes in advance of World Menopause Day on October 18th.

Ruth Devlin, founder of Let's Talk Menopause, provides accessible, accurate information on the menopause. Through the project, she gives talks, runs courses, and has even written a book to help men understand the subject. 

Normalise conversation about menopause. Ask a friend about it. Ask a family member about their experience. And if you want to learn more, Meno Martha is a directory of international resources on all things menopause. 

👩‍💻 What can you do at work? Quartz has gathered a wealth of practical content on addressing menopause at work. This includes contextual data, practical tools and tips from experts. Share this link with colleagues and start a conversation.

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Daianna & Robbie

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