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Management of sexual dysfunction in postmenopausal breast cancer patients taking adjuvant aromatase inhibitor therapy by The Women's Sexual Health Foundation .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 30 Nov 2008 12:20pm TWSHF has found that women with breast cancer often complain about the sexual difficulties they are having while on aromatase inhibitors, and it is not unusual for their medical oncologist to not have addressed these issues with them prior to initiating this therapy. The below article enables women to educate themselves and to advocate to find so ... Read on »
Preventing and Reversing Heart Disease Part Three by Jeffrey Dach MD by Jeffrey Dach MD Medical Doctor Posted Fri 31 Dec 2010 8:03am Preventing and Reversing Heart Disease, Part Three by Jeffrey Dach MD A Man with Progressive Coronary Artery Disease Unresponsive to Statins 62 year old Jim came to see me after his third cardiac stent in 10 years.  About a year ago, Jim noticed a "tight feeling" in his chest radiating to his throat, was rushed to the ER, ... Read on »
Androgen Receptor Expression in Women and its Relationship to Sexual Function by Dr. Jennifer Berman Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 4:04am Androgens play a vital role in maintaining women�s sexual health and overall well-being as basic science research and clinical trials have begun to delineate the role of androgens in women throughout the reproductive cycle. The pathophysiologic mechanism of androgen receptor expression has been documented in numerous tissue sites including the ce ... Read on »
Fighting breast cancer with flaxseeds by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted Wed 30 Nov 2011 9:32am What are lignans? Plant lignans are one of the four classes of phytoestrogens (isoflavones, lignans, stilbenes, coumestans), phenolic compounds that are structurally similar to the main mammalian estrogen, estradiol.1 Plant lignans are modified by bacteria in the human digestive tract into enteroligans. It is important to recognize ... Read on »
Hormones and Skin Wellness by Sanjay Kapur Posted Fri 08 Jun 2012 3:47pm (Authors: Dr. Sanjay Kapur and Margaret Groves) Skin health is a major concern, especially in ageing women, which is very good news for the cosmetic and anti-ageing industry. It is no coincidence that the decline in hormone levels as people age parallels the decline in skin properties frequently associated with ageing. A major culprit for the ... Read on »
Supplements to Naturally Increase Testosterone? by MikeTNelson Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 12:35pm from http://www.miketnelson.blogspot.com Supplements to Naturally Increase Testosterone? I had some questions recently if there are any compounds around that may help to increase testosterone "naturally" and if there are any data to support it. In short, there are few but the 2 most popular appear to be 6-OXO and Novedex (product ... Read on »
Using Letrozole for ovulation induction for treating infertility by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 18 Aug 2011 11:32pm The standard medicine used for making women grow eggs ( a treatment called ovulation induction) for many years used to be clomid ( clomiphene citrate). A recent alternative to clomid is the new drug called letrozole( Femara). Letrozole, is an aromatase inhibitor, and is now being increasingly used as an alternative to clomid for inducing ovulatio ... Read on »
Change: Welcome and Unwelcome by Janis Bell Facebook Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:04pm Change.  Yes, I resist it sometimes (even though I want things to change, and BTW, I voted for 'change.')  Lots of things are a-changing these days and I find myself judging them. One of the biggest changes is my new hypersensitivity to computer EMR (electro-magnetic radiation).  It started with the purchase of a Toshiba netbook, which I lov ... Read on »
A Primal Primer: Estrogen by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 07 Jul 2010 9:14am The human endocrine system exists in a state of delicate balance. None of its constituents function in a vacuum, and trying to explain every hormonal interrelationship would take volumes, but one statement is fairly safe to make: one hormone affects another. Secreting one often inhibits the next, which in turn sets off an entirely different cha ... Read on »
Testosterone Part Ix – Testosterone Deficiency: Causes, Symptoms, Prevention and Treatment by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 17 Mar 2010 5:16pm Testosterone is a male hormone. Besides promoting libido it has other important functions such as maintaining muscle mass and forming bone,and regulating heart muscle and cholesterol. It also helps to improve the oxygen levels throughout the body as well as controlling blood glucose and strengthening the immune system. As men age, the pit ... Read on »

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