A massive study of female employees of big corporations came out in March 2013. Researchers had collected data between 2000 and 2010, looking specifically at health care costs: medical, pharmacy, sick leave, disability, and workers’ comp. They also determined whether women had been diagnosed with menopause symptoms (DMS).
Ultimately, they collected data on just over 17,000 women who had symptoms and a roughly equal number of women without symptoms. READ MORE ￫