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Menopause: A Gold Mine For Marketers, Fewer Payoffs For Women

Advertising for products to treat symptoms of menopause is becoming much more upfront about issues like painful sex. But more than a few of the remedies are solutions in search of a problem.

Mothers take care of their children while lining up to buy staple goods outside a supermarket in Caracas earlier this month. CarlosS Garcia Rawlins/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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The Nightmare Of Grocery Shopping In Venezuela

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I Came Running Ancient Astronauts
Sticks The Budos Band
My Burr Minotaur Shock
Souvenir Swimm

"I've always been an introverted person," Shonda Rhimes says, and she found the fame that came with her television successes to be "daunting." James White/Courtesy of Simon & Schuster hide caption

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For A Year, Shonda Rhimes Said 'Yes' To All The Things That Scared Her

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It All Feels Right Washed Out

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A Galaxy Far, Far Away — Right There On The Ceiling

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Sky Full of Stars Coldplay
Power Moves, Baby Inf

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In Conservative Town, Faith-Based Group Tackles Minimum Wage Hike

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Soundmaker Rodrigo y Gabriela
Neptune's Net M. Ward
My Dear Corduroi
It's a War Blackbird Blackbird
Todos Santos Phontaine
Avant Gardener Courtney Barnett
Times They Are A Changin' The Byrds
Montana Tycho
Marriage Gold Panda
Go!Amigo TF Boys
Guitar Noire Aqua Velvets

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