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Adrenal Problems and Fatigue Jul 6th, 2020

You may have heard of the adrenal glands at some point in your life, but how much do you know about them? Most of us know very little, but these important glands make several essential hormones, including cortisol and epinephrine. When they make too much or not enough of these...

5 Major Signs You May Have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Jun 23rd, 2020

People rarely talk about polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), but this hormonal disorder affects up to 27% of women during their childbearing years — or 10 million women worldwide. While the name “polycystic ovary syndrome” refers to the small cysts that can form within your ovaries, you can still have PCOS...

Could You Have Diabetes and Not Know It? May 13th, 2020

Type 2 diabetes is a common problem affecting more than 30 million American adults, and an additional 84.1 million have prediabetes. Having an undiagnosed blood sugar disorder, like prediabetes, may not seem serious. But, even mildly elevated blood sugar levels can cause nerve, kidney, and retina damage. And without treatment,...

How a Thyroid Imbalance Can Affect Your Health and What You Can Do About It Apr 29th, 2020

Approximately 20 million Americans live with some type of thyroid disease, but up to 60% have no idea they have an issue. This little gland found at the base of your neck may be relatively small, but it makes essential hormones that impact every cell, organ, and tissue in your...

5 Reasons to Consider Hormone Replacement Therapy Mar 13th, 2020

You may have received conflicting information about hormone replacement therapy (HRT) from friends or family, making it challenging to know whether it's right for you. When administered by a qualified medical professional and carefully managed in an individualized manner to address your needs, HRT can improve how you feel and...