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Dec
1969

To investigate factors associated with the presence, severity, and frequency of hot flushes.
A 9-year prospective study of 438 Australian-born women, aged 45 to 55 years and menstruating at baseline. Annual fasting blood collection, physical measurements, and interviews including questions about bothersome hot flushes in previous 2 weeks were performed.
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