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Hypothyroidism a common condition in many women - combine medical treatment with herbal supplementation by franklinb Posted Thu 20 Aug 2009 8:30am Hypothyroidism is more common than one might expect. Currently, hypothyroidism is the most common pathological condition related to a hormone deficiency. It is estimated that 3-5% of the entire population suffers from some form of this condition. Getting to the root of this deficiency is critical as many conditions can arise if hypothyroidism is n ... Read on »
Women with History of Hypothyroidism Face Increased Risk of Liver Cancer by Andrea Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 6:44pm This is not intended to scare you, but to inform you (and maybe urge you to get your thyroid levels checked!) Click here to read the article on Medical Net. 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 »
Underactive thyroid linked to pesticide exposure by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Feb 2010 12:00am Underactive thyroid linked to pesticide exposure NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Exposure to certain types of pesticides could up the risk of thyroid disease in women, according to a new study of thousands of women married to licensed pesticide applicators. Problems with the thyroid gland are more common among women than men, Dr. Whitney S. Go ... Read on »
Hypothyroidism linked to liver c ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 15 May 2009 10:35pm Hypothyroidism linked to liver cancer in women NEW YORK, 16 may 2009– Women with long-standing hypothyroidism, commonly referred to as an " underactive thyroid," are at increased risk of liver cancer, the results of a new study suggest. By contrast, hypothyroidism is not significantly associated with this malignancy in men. Hypothyroidism ... 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 »
Hypothyroidism - How Your Thyroid Can Make You Sick, Tired and Overweight… by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:06am 4 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 »
Treatment of Hypothyroidism: You've Come A Long Way, Baby! by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Fri 13 Jul 2012 3:00am Back in the day, when it was more acceptable to smoke than it is now, cigarette manufacturers started marketing towards women (just as they're now marking in non-industrialized countries).  Perhaps the most famous of their ads, at least the one that inhabits my pea brain, is for Virginia Slims: You've come a long way, baby!   I thought this ... 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 »
Health and Hypothyroidism by Aliesa George Patient Expert Posted Wed 09 Jan 2013 10:47am Well after months of dragging my butt around and feeling like crap, weight gain, extremely low blood pressure, a serious bout of depression, lack of enthusiasm for life and only doing low intensity exercise – because anything vigorous really hasn’t been an option…  I’ve finally have found a health-care provider with enough brain-cells to ... Read on »