Read the NWHN's analysis of the "window of opportunity" theory in our Fact Sheet, Menopause Hormone Therapy and Cardiovascular Protection, available at: http://nwhn.
What does MHT stand for?
MHT stands for Menopause Hormone Therapy
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of MHT
We have 78 other meanings of MHT in our Acronym Attic
- Men Having Sex With Men (public health research)
- Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (UK)
- Mental Health Services of York Region (Canada)
- Male Hose Thread
- Manchester, NH, USA - Manchester (Airport Code)
- Marshall Islands Time (time zone designation)
- Master Handicap Technology
- Master Hypnotherapist
- Mean Holding Time (telecommunication traffic)
- Mechanical Handling Test
- Mental Health Team
- Mental Health Technology (various schools)
- Method of Handling Traffic (various locations)
- Microsoft Hypertext Archive (file type/extension)
- Military Historical Tours Inc.
- Mississippi Heritage Trust (Jackson, MS)
- Monster Hunter Tri (gaming)
- Multi-server Hyper-threading Transportation
- Multiple Hypothesis Testing
- Multiple-Hypothesis Tracking
Samples in periodicals archive:
FDA, FDA takes action against compounded menopause hormone therapy drugs.
We already knew that nearly $1 billion was spent on menopause hormone therapy during its heyday, but our eyes were opened when we learned that even more is spent each year on male pattern baldness.
If you've read women's health news lately, there's a good chance you've noticed two diametrically opposed articles about menopause hormone therapy (HT)--one saying it is not a viable long-term option because its risks are too great; the other saying that it may benefit your heart, provided the therapy is started immediately after a woman passes through menopause.
NWHN believes that women have the right to choose whether or not to use menopause hormone therapy, breast implants, or any of the other products discussed in this issue.
We worked together with Barbara on some of the biggest issues in women's health, including the fight to ensure that adequate research be done on the safety of menopause hormone therapy.