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Aug
21

Hormones: The New Emotional Health Paradigm

Most of the time when we think of the benefits of hormones, we think of them in terms of sexual health or as a remedy for what ails the menopausal woman. However, one of the most potent effects of hormonal therapy reaches deep into the psyche and proves that hormone replacement may have extensive benefits

By Blake Barton | Hormones . Testosterone . Thyroid
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Jul
22

Hormones and Cancer

Since the WHI trial ended in 2002, hormones and cancer have become synonymous in many healthcare circles. Women, wrestling with menopausal symptoms and aging indicators, are often left with zero alternatives as doctors have pulled the therapy from their prescribing repertoire. This has left many women lodged  between a rock and a hard place wondering,

By Worldlink | Cancer . Hormones
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Jul
20

The Whys of the WHI Trial: How It Reshaped Women’s Long-Term Health

The Women’s Health Initiative was a long-term, 15-year national health study that focused on preventing heart disease, breast and colorectal cancer, and osteoporotic fractures in post-menopausal women. When you consider that the most common diseases that affect U.S. women after menopause are cardiovascular disease (the leading cause of death), breast cancer (the second-leading cause of

By Worldlink | Cancer . WHI Trial
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Jul
20

Bio-identical Estrogens: Not Your Mother’s Premarin

Since 1942, Premarin has been the most commonly prescribed estrogen supplement in the United States. In the 1960s, Dr. Robert Wilson put it firmly on the map with his book “Feminine Forever” as a panacea for what ails all women who have either undergone menopause or a hysterectomy. It quickly became the most popular cure-all

By Worldlink | Hormones . Premarin
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Jul
20

Are Hormones Good or Bad?

Do you remember what it felt like when you were at your prime? Your body seemed to function at its peak performance, and you felt healthy and strong? Most likely this was also when your hormones were performing at peak levels. Like a well-tuned symphony, each hormone worked in tandem with the other to keep
By Worldlink | Hormones
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