Menopause Support founder Diane Danzebrink joined ITV’s Loose Women recently – and took her husband Martin along to talk about his strong support.
Menopause Support founder Diane Danzebrink recently took part in a project called 40 over 40, created by photographer Jenny Smith. Jenny kindly published her pics and blog featuring Diane this week on International Womens Day.
Diane Danzebrink talks to the BBC’s Jonny Dymond about the new menopause taskforce and what we hope will come out of it.
That was the subject of a discussion between Diane Danzebrink and presenter Tina Daheley, standing in for Jeremy Vine on BBC Radio Two this week.
A new report says women are not getting enough help at work when they enter menopause. Diane was asked to join Sky News anchor Kay Burley to discuss it.
We have published a series of videos with Haitham Hamoda, who is current chair of the BMS, in recent conversation with Diane Danzebrink on our YouTube channel.
More than 1 million women in the UK could be forced out of their jobs this year because their employers are failing to support them as they go through the menopause, researchers have been quoted in the Guardian newspaper. Commenting, MS Founder Diane Danzebrink said the research was “shocking but sadly not surprising”.
Online news and magazine MyLondon has published a profile of Menopause Support founder Diane Danzebrink.
I have always wanted to #makemenopausematter a global conversation as it will affect approximately half of the worlds 7.8 billion population at some point in their lives, but never in my wildest dreams did I hope to be having that conversation with the team from NHK, the Japanese public broadcaster .
A bereaved husband has urged men to recognise signs of mental health symptoms linked to the menopause. Linda Salmon, 56, took her own life last April after her anxiety worsened during the Covid pandemic.