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Relaxing music cuts hot flashes by one third

More than half of US women have to deal with hot flashes during menopause. Unfortunately, drugs to help reduce hot flashes either have major side effects (like increasing cancer risk!) or aren't very effective. So, researchers at University of California San Francisco set about testing a novel, non-pharmaceutical approach to decreasing the number of hot flashes women experience. Their findings were published in the Green Journal in May 2015.