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Hypothyroidism Increase the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes or Exacerbate Progression

Hypothyroidism Effects Hypothyroidism is a condition where the thyroid gland secretes low hormone of thyroid. It has been known that low thyroid hormone levels, particularly with thyroid hormone T4 associated to poor metabolism system, which is event...

Staphylococcal Pyoderma in Dogs

A Staphylococcal bacterial infection is commonly referred to as staph infection. Staph bacteria can become widespread on your dog, causing mild to severe skin infections. Puppy pyoderma. This image is owned by the Washington State University One stap...
by Pets Journal on Dec 25, 2015

5 Tips for Treating Thyroid Problems Naturally.

5 Tips for Treating Thyroid Problems Naturally.This is a video information before any natural treatment, please consult your doctor.Home remedies to treat thyroid:Then we give you a list so you can see what home remedies for thyroid that work best an...
by How to lose Weight in a Week on Dec 4, 2015

Home Remedies for thyroid

 Home Remedies for thyroid.In this article we offer a home-based treatment to combat achieving a better functioning thyroid gland and restoring hormone levels onion.The recipe is very simple and in a few steps will achieve an incredible result.
by How to lose Weight in a Week on Oct 27, 2015

What Can Cause Hypothyroidism?

Hypothyroidism or underactive thyroid occurs if your thyroid gland cannot produce enough thyroid hormones need for normal body functions. It is fairly common health problems, especially among elderly females. There are number of factors that can lead...
by Health Blog on Aug 27, 2015

Infant Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism is common among adults and elderly individuals, especially among women, however; it can occur in anyone, even among infants and children. Some babies may be born without a thyroid gland and they certainly will develop hypothyroidism. I...
by Health Blog on Aug 21, 2015

Hypothyroidism and Its Symptoms

Hypothyroidism of underactive thyroid gland is a common health problem. It is more common among females than males. Especially women of above 60 years of age are vulnerable to this medical condition. This is a condition where thyroid gland does not p...
by Health Blog on Aug 18, 2015

Maternal Mild Thyroid Hormone Insufficiency in Early Pregnancy and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms in Children. - PubMed - NCBI

Maternal thyroid hormone insufficiency during pregnancy can affect children's cognitive development. Nevertheless, the behavioral outcomes of children exposed prenatally to mild thyroid hormone insufficiency are understudied. OBJECTIVE: To examine...
by PolygenicBlog on Jul 8, 2015

Water Fluoridation and Hypothyroidism: Research Exposes How Water is Making us Depressed, Sick

Adding to the evidence that backs many U.S. communities’ decisions to end water fluoridation, a recent study has found that fluoride within our water supply may be fueling thyroid issues experienced by millions of Americans, leading to depressio...
by Actualité Distincte on Feb 25, 2015

Various Yogi Reflections

I haven’t been writing much mostly because I have been taking a weekly yoga workshop that interferes meeting time of the writing group that I have been attending. The last workshop is next week. I get most of my writing done during the writing gro...
by My Road to Good Health on Jan 21, 2015

Suffering From Constipation? You May Have One of These Five Problems

Constipation is a common problem, especially in Western countries, where dietary fiber consumption is minimal. Well, we all know, constipation is result of low dietary fiber and low fluid intake. Both of these conditions cause hard stool and constipa...
by Health Blog on Jan 13, 2015

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by My Road to Good Health on Jan 1, 2015

Physiological Contributors to Depression– Part One

The field of psychology is still developing, as noted by the psychologist Martin Seligman of the University of Pennsylvania. He makes this point to emphasize that psychology has been focused on repairing damage whereas it could also include building...
by Recovery Advocates on Dec 12, 2014

Diagnosis of Hypothyroidism

Diagnosis of hypothyroidism is easy using laboratory findings. If an individual is suspected of having hypothyroidism, lab investigations will clearly identify the condition. Problem of diagnosis arises in case of subclinical hypothyroidism, where pa...
by Health Blog on Dec 1, 2014

What Are The Complications of Hypothyroidism?

Untreated or poorly managed (and uncontrolled hypothyroidism) hypothyroidism can lead to various complications and health problems. It is therefore important to treat hypothyroidism adequately and thyroid hormones (TSH, T3 and T4) kept within normal...
by Health Blog on Nov 22, 2014

Three Frequently Asked Questions About Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism is a common health problem. It is a hormonal disorder where there is low level of thyroid hormones, namely T3 and T4, which are essential for various vital physiological functions of the body. Deficiency of thyroid hormones (T3 and T4)...
by Health Blog on Nov 19, 2014

Threshold: Bowdu’s July checkup

I dreaded the accounting on this one, but delaying it doesn’t make the expense go away. Bowdu’s last vet checkup …Continue reading →...
by The House of Two Bows on Jul 30, 2014

Threshold: Bowdu’s July checkup

I dreaded the accounting on this one, but delaying it doesn’t make the expense go away. Bowdu’s last vet checkup …Continue reading →...
by The House of Two Bows on Jul 30, 2014

Folate Receptor Alpha Autoantibodies Modulate Thyroid Function in Autism Spectrum Disorder [Abstract] | NAJMS: The North American Journal of Medicine and Science

The folate receptor alpha (FRα) is essential for folate transportation across the blood-brain barrier and is closely associated with cerebral folate deficiency, a syndrome that commonly presents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) features. FRα...
by PolygenicBlog on Jun 17, 2014

About Happy Pills and All That Jazz

Two weeks ago I noticed that my thyroid pills were running low. To prevent running-out of them like I did last time, I ordered them from the mail order pharmacy with plenty of time (the only way I can get them because of our insurance).A week ago I n...
by (Tienes) Una Cabeza de Coco on May 21, 2014


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