Research by Jenna Nobles & colleagues published in “Milwaukee Journal Sentinel”

Headshot of Jenna NoblesProfessor Jenna Noble’s study published last month in the “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences” journal has garnered much publicity for the value of how the research team collected data on the population level and how the findings have implications for health policy makers.  With her research team, Nobles found that more than one 1 in 5 women have irregular menstrual cycles.  Individuals with certain medical conditions, certain age groups, and of Hispanic original reported more irregular cycles than others.  The study was recently summarized in the “Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.”