Researchers can now predict the age of menopause more accurately. How this could help women and why some might not want to know.
Nancy Caspell thinks she can have it all. At age 28, she isn't ready for children. Even though she's not in a serious relationship, she figures by the time she hits age 35 or 40 she'll have met the man of her dreams, be more established in her career and, as with all happy endings, finally be ready for pregnancies and kids.
She only hopes her ovaries agree.