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<p class="Inside-first-paragraph-drop-cap ParaOverride-2">Most women will get hot flashes or night sweats at some point during menopause. Research indicates 42% to 79% of women experience vasomotor symptoms (VMSs) during the menopausal transition.<sup>1-4</sup> Just-published findings show that women fit into four distinct groups when it comes to having hot flashes and night sweats, which offers potential ramifications for therapy and prevention of future health conditions, according to research led by the Graduate School of Public Health at the University of Pittsburgh.<sup>5</sup></p>

The Trajectories of Vasomotor Symptoms Eyed Across the Menopausal Transition