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Ask The Blood Detective – Hypothyroid Cures – 03.10.18

Hypothyroidism is the most common hormonal disease in both men and women. It may manifest as chronic fatigue, osteoporosis, muscle aches, brain fog, slow healing, constipation, lightheadedness and in many other ways – often going unrecognized. Join Dr. Michael Wald as he distinguishes the different types of hypothyroidism. The role of the immune system, nutrition and toxins are also reviewed. Dr. Wald …

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Natural Thyroid Medications at Risk

Why is the government targeting them? Together let’s put a stop to this. Action Alerts! Last summer, we told you that Hillary Clinton was prescribed Coumadin, a dangerous blood thinner with lots of nasty side effects. We also noted that she was prescribed Armour Thyroid, a natural medicine, to treat an underactive thyroid gland. Now, however, the government is waging a …

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JOSEPH MANGANO & JANETTE D. SHERMAN – The Invisible Epidemic: Radiation and Rising Rates of Thyroid Cancer

Is it possible for an epidemic to be invisible? Since 1991 the annual number of newly documented cases of thyroid cancer in the United States has skyrocketed from 12,400 to 62,450. It’s now the seventh most common type of cancer. Relatively little attention is paid to the butterfly-shaped thyroid gland that wraps around the throat. Many don’t even know what the …

ARE YOU TIRED? LOW THYROID MAY BE THE CULPRIT: Part 1

By Martin Feldman, M.D., and Gary Null, Ph.D. FUNCTION AND DIAGNOSIS An under-active thyroid system is a common health problem, causing symptoms such as low energy, weight gain, hair loss and depression in its many victims. Depression is an especially tricky symptom for these people because it is likely to be diagnosed as a psychological disorder. A patient could end …

ARE YOU TIRED? LOW THYROID MAY BE THE CULPRIT: Part 2

By Martin Feldman, M.D., and Gary Null, Ph.D.   REBALANCING THE THYROID SYSTEM Conventional medicine’s view of thyroid functioning is marked by two distinct problems:   One problem, as noted in Part 1 of this article, is the flawed process of diagnosing thyroid disorders. Even when a patient is obviously symptomatic, his or her condition may go unrecognized by orthodox …