Hormones

Bioidentical Hormones: Why Are They Still Controversial?

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The article explores the benefits of comprehensive approaches for the restoration of youthful hormone balance in menopausal women. It offers information about synthetic progestins and natural pro...

Heal the Hormones to Heal From Lyme Disease

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A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of learning about the importance of restoring the body's hormonal balance in the treatment of Lyme disease after interview...

How Hormones Affect Health

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Q. What are hormones?

A. Hormones are agents produced by the endocrine and exocrine systems. Glands in the body make substances that stimulate other parts of the body. For example, insulin is a hormone, released by the pancreas. There are pituitary hormones. Estrogen is produced by the ovaries, and testosterone produced by the testes. There are hundreds of hormones. Some familiar ones are insulin, cortisone, testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone. Vitamin D is a pro-hormone, or a hormone-like substance.

Healing the Many Faces of Glandular Failure

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The article discusses the manifestations of glandular failure and their treatments. According to the author, when he treats patients suffering from diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and d...

Urinary Hormones

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The article reports on the urine test which examines the effectiveness of bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) in steroid hormones. The test determines the activity of 11 beta hydroxy...

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