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Help for Hashimoto’s Disease—Causes, Complications, and Treatment

Posted by Medical Board on January 15, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

Named for the Japanese surgeon, Hakaru Hashimoto, who first identified alterations in female thyroid tissue in 1912, Hashimoto’s disease, or Hashimoto’s thyroiditis affects roughly 14 million Americans every day.  The autoimmune disorder that attacks healthy thyroid tissue can render the thyroid gland ineffective in its ability to produce the proper amounts of thyroxine (T4) and

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Menopause in Midlife—Strange Symptoms, Amazing Facts, What’s Really Happening in The Female Body?

Posted by Medical Board on January 4, 2019 in Uncategorized No Comments

Every day, millions of women around the world experience significant physical, mental, and emotional changes attributed to midlife and the menopause transition.  Some cultures readily accept this time in a woman’s life, encouraging positive associations with the change, and its many effects.  Others treat menopause as a disease or condition requiring medical intervention.  By far,

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What are some ways to optimize my natural GH and testosterone levels?

Posted by Medical Board on May 16, 2018 in Uncategorized No Comments

What do fewer spontaneous erections, loss of sexual interest, decreased energy levels, and depression have in common? TESTOSTERONE!! In fact, this anabolic steroid hormone affects a number of functions in males including mood, memory, sleep, and strength. By the time a man reaches age 70 however, he will have half the concentration of circulating testosterone

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Is there any permanent treatment for thyroid?

Posted by Medical Board on May 16, 2018 in Uncategorized No Comments

That depends on the type of thyroid condition present and the reason for the dysfunction. The most common thyroid disorders include hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, and thyroid nodules (either benign or malignant). Each of these conditions (excluding malignant cancer) can be classified as transient, secondary, or primary. Transient conditions are only temporary and disappear when the cause

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