Hot and Bothered

by Author Jancee Dunn

  • Publisher Penguin Random House
  • Year published 2023
  • ISBN: ISBN 978-0593542569
  • Number of pages 304 pages
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Jancee Dunn shares her personal experience, others’ stories, resources, and recommendations navigating perimenopause and menopause. Through in-depth interviews with renowned menopause experts and trusted authorities, Dunn peels back the layers on this still-mystifying topic with her trademark humor while unpacking the science on both hormonal and nonhormonal treatments and offering actionable ways to improve sleep, sex, moods, mental clarity, and skin; detailing the latest treatments for hot flashes; and exploring how to stop “peezing. ebook iconAudio book icon

Jancee Dunn
About the Author
Author description

Jancee Dunn is the columnist for Well at the New York Times. She is also a New York Times bestselling author of eight books, including How Not To Hate Your Husband After Kids, which was published in twelve languages, and the essay collection Why Is My Mother Getting a Tattoo?, a finalist for the Thurber Prize for American Humor. She has written about health for two decades in publications such as Vogue, O, The Oprah Magazine, and Health. She lives in New Jersey with her husband, the writer Tom Vanderbilt, and their daughter.

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Janice Dunn's New Book on What No One Tells You About Menopause. All of It. WNYC. May 16, 2023

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