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Jacobs Institute of Women's Health
The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services
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Washington, DC 20006
D. Richard Mauery, MS, MPH
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Volume 14 Number 6 (November/December 2004)

Editor's Note
Carol S. Weisman, PhD
pp 173

Introduction: Tracking the Course of Menstrual Life: Contributions from the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research
Phyllis Kernoff Mansfield, PhD and Margaret L. (Peggy) Stubbs, PhD
pp 174-176

Early Puberty in Girls: The Case of Premature Adrenarche
Lorah D. Dorn, PhD & Deborah Rotenstein, MD
pp 177-183

Seasonal Rhythms of Menarche in the United States: Correlates to Menarcheal Age, Birth Age, and Birth Month
Robert L. Matchock, PhD; Elizabeth J. Susman, PhD; & Frederick M. Brown, PhD
pp 184-192

Menstruation Across Time: Menarche, Menstrual Attitudes, Experiences and Behaviors
Marianne E. McPherson, BA & Lauren Korfine, PhD
pp 193-200

Evidence About Extending the Duration of Oral Contraceptive Use to Suppress Menstruation
Christine L. Hitchcock, MA, PhD & Jerilynn C. Prior, BA, MD, FRCPC, ABEM
pp 201-211

Hormones, Menopause and Heart Disease: Making Sense of the Women's Health Initiative
Paula S. Derry, PhD
pp 212-219

Staging the Menopausal Transition: Data from the Tremin Research Program on Women's Health
Phyllis Kernoff Mansfield, PhD; Molly Carey, BS; Amy Anderson, PhD; Susannah Heyer Barsom, PhD; Patricia Bartholow Koch, PhD
pp 220-226

Demographic Characteristics, Menopausal Status and Depression in Midlife Immigrant Women
Arlene Michaels Miller, PhD, RN; Olga Sorokin, MD, MPH; JoEllen Wilbur, PhD, RN, FAAN; and Peggy J. Chandler, PhD
pp 227-234

Association Between Psychological Stress and Menstrual Cycle Characteristics in Perimenopausal Women
Susannah Heyer Barsom; Phyllis Kernoff Mansfield; Patricia Bartholow Koch; Gretchen Gierach; and Sheila G. West
pp 235-241

Validating a Pencil-and-Paper Measure of Perimenopausal Menstrual Blood Loss
Phyllis Kernoff Mansfield, PhD; Ann Voda, RN, PhD; and Gary Allison, PhD
pp 242-247

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