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Tests & Diagnostics for Hypothyroidism by Get Healthy Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:41pm Here is a list of some of the common tests and diagnostics for Hypothyroidism: Adrenal Function Thyroid Function Thyroid Scan TSH Of course, these are just some of the common tests and diagnostics for Hypothyroidism. You can connect with experts and other people who have Hypothyroidismin the Wellsphere communities. If you're ... Read on »
The Hypothyroidism Epidemic by NuHealth Homeopathy Posted Wed 04 Aug 2010 5:53pm The thyroid gland is one of the largest endocrine glands in the body, and is found in the neck, below the thyroid cartilage which is known as the Adam's Apple'... of course this is really easily found on a man but although not as prominent on a women it is still in that general area of the neck. The thyroid controls how quickly the body uses ener ... Read on »
Hypothyroidism ... Are You Sure? by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Thu 17 Nov 2011 6:00am Veterinarians often say that they see patients in clusters. One week might be "diabetes" week; the next is all about inflammatory bowel disease. Sometimes these clusters are real, like in cases of an outbreak of infectious disease, but more often than not they are probably just a chance occurrence. Whatever the reason, this month has been all abo ... Read on »
PET BEQUESTS, THYROID DISEASES, AND ANIMAL CSI.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 28 Nov 2010 12:00am The long Thanksgiving holiday weekend has ended, most of you are getting back into your regular routines, and your dogs and cats are still wondering what actually happened over that 4-day period.  Did your pet travel with you?  Did you leave your pet in a kennel?  Did you include your pet in any of your holiday festivities?  Does your pet ... Read on »
Test Results Are In by thegirlwithpaindownthere Posted Fri 05 Nov 2010 5:34am I've had lots of tests in the last month and have neglected to update you on their results. I mentioned that I was going to see my regular doctor to be tested for hypothyroidism because I have so many of the symptoms.  Well, I have no thyroid issues.  So that's good.  I mean, in one way it would help explain my fatigue, but I suppose I'd rathe ... Read on »
Symptoms of Underactive Thyroid (Hypothyroidism) – What You Need to Know by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Mon 31 Dec 2012 8:51am Studies have shown that women are more likely to suffer from thyroid cancer – a disease that has been in the news recently. Yes, we're talking about Brook Burke , the 'Dancing with the Stars" host. If that's not all, the American Cancer Society reveals that almost 30,000 people are diagnosed with this disease every year. Strangely ... Read on »
Symptoms of Underactive Thyroid (Hypothyroidism) by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Aug 2011 8:04am It was the Chernobyl disaster that woke the world up to the ability of nuclear power to not only destroy mankind (apart from everything else that has the misfortune to stand in its way) in the short-term but also in the long-term in the form of mutation. Of course, the Fukushima disaster this year not only provided us with ... Read on »
Hypothyroidism - How Your Thyroid Can Make You Sick, Tired and Overweight? by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 16 Sep 2008 11:57pm 40 Comments Are you one of the 30 million women and 15 million men who have a chronic medical problem that is both under-diagnosed and under-treated? Are you suffering from vague symptoms that you think are normal parts of life, such as fatigue, feeling sluggish in the morning, and having trouble with your memory, concentration, or focus? Do you have d ... Read on »
4 diseases doctors could get wrong by VidyaSury Facebook Posted Fri 15 Oct 2010 12:00am Sometimes even the best doctors miss the mark.  About 40 percent of all mistakes that M.D.s make are misdiagnoses, says the National Patient Safety Foundation. That's because many ailments have similar symptoms or can be detected only with tests that your physician might consider unnecessary if he's confident in his verdict. If you're in th ... Read on »
THYROID DISEASE - COPING WITH HYPOTHYROIDISM by tremedicure Facebook Posted Sun 19 Jun 2011 6:16pm 5 Comments   Learning to cope with thyroid disease is much more than taking a pill every day. You may continue to suffer with symptoms of hypothyroidism even while under a doctor's care, especially at times when you have changes in your body such as during pregnancy or menopause. With persistence and proper treatment though, you can manage your disease an ... Read on »