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Study finds thyroid extracts to be a viable treatment for some people with hypothyroidism by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 19 Jun 2013 6:52am Hypothyroidism is a condition that, traditionally, is characterised by low levels of thyroid hormone (such as thyroxine), which in turn can lead to symptoms such as fatigue, mental sluggishness and low mood, weight gain, sensitivity to cold, cold hands and feet, dry skin, dry hair and thinning of the hair. The diagnosis of hypothyroidism is usu ... Read on »
All kinds of treatments out there for lupus by Carla U. Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Jun 2008 6:08pm i thought i'd share this, which i found on dailystrength.org. this is a list of all the various treatments people with lupus have tried. includes number of people who tried it and percent of people who found it helpful. Just like my surveymonkey.com survey, plaquenil and prednisone top the list. not surprising, as prednisone was the first ... Read on »
More ‘aggressive’ thyroid management may help reduce risk of heart disease by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 27 Apr 2012 10:22am The thyroid is a gland in the neck that regulates metabolism. Low thyroid function (hypothyroidism) can lead to diverse symptoms including weight gain, fatigue, sensitivity to cold, dry skin, dry hair, hair loss and constipation. In conventional medicine, the diagnosis of low thyroid function is usually made with a blood test. Here’s the classi ... Read on »
On the Radio(therapy) by WardyBoy Posted Thu 11 Nov 2010 5:50pm OK, you’ll have to forgive me as I am a day behind with the news (babies and back to work eating up all of my time) but yesterday (Wednesday) I started my 15 day course of radiotherapy. Before that happened though, I should let you know a little bit about how I got there from my last post and the trip to the mould room. It all began last we ... Read on »
WHAT ARE ENDOCRINE GLANDS? by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 07 Feb 2010 11:00pm Not all diseases and disorders of dogs and cats are of the infectious or contagious variety, as are the skin fungus infections we discussed in last week's issue of Questions On Dogs and Cats. Sometimes things happen to parts of the body that don't involve an infectious process. These can include trauma, genetic abnormalities, chemical imbalances, ... Read on »
“Who needs sleep? I’ll sleep when I’m dead.” (that may be sooner than you think if you don’t get e by The Savvy Sister Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Sat 29 Oct 2011 10:36am An 11 year study just published by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology may be the first study to prove a relationship between getting enough sleep and having a heart attack.  Over 50,000 adults were followed over 11 years.  Those that reported insomnia symptoms showed a 27 – 45% increase in heart attack incidence during that tim ... Read on »
Understanding Insulin by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 11 Jan 2009 2:48pm Understanding Insulin By: Eric Cressey All too often, we overlook the important underlying anatomy and physiology upon which solid training and nutrition recommendations are based. In rushing to get to the “meat and potatoes” (the program or ultimate recommendations) of an article, we fail to truly question and understand the ... Read on »
Suffering from a Low Thyroid? Naturally Restore Thyroid Function and Improve your Energy & Wellbeing by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:47pm 3 Comments For years, I've been plagued by a low thyroid disorder. I've also had chronic fatigue and adrenal fatigue syndrome and the two are linked to they thyroid. The glands in our bodies all work in a symbiotic unison and when one is off balance, most likely the others will be as well. I found balancing a good diet and supplementation I was able ... Read on »
Infertility Terms - making sense of the jargon ! by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 06 Apr 2009 11:44pm All this may be TMI, but if you need to talk to your GYN, or help your DH make sense of what your RE is saying, this is a useful crib sheet ! This is from the book How to Have a Baby: Overcoming Infertility by Dr. Aniruddha Malpani, MD and Dr. Anjali Malpani, MD. Abortion: the medical term for miscarriage. The various types include: ... Read on »
Speed Up Your Metabolism - Fatty Liver Disease by Scott K. Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 Aug 2009 10:01pm The Liver - Your Biggest Fat Burning Organ The liver is one of the most important organs in the body. It is constantly cleansing your blood; maintaining your blood sugar levels; digesting fats, proteins, and carbohydrates; and producing bile and other enzymes…amongst many other functions (like storing vitamins, minerals, and glycogen). W ... Read on »