Balancing Hormones

  • Naturally Boost Testosterone | Natural Health Newsletter
    7/21/2018
    Maintaining optimized levels of free testosterone is essential for maintaining cardiovascular health and preventing early death for both men and women.
  • 11/3/2017
    Check your toothpaste!  A study found that triclosan, a dangerous additive to certain toothpastes, remains on toothbrush bristles, accumulating over time, releasing unsafe levels of the chemical with each brushing.
  • Naturally Boost Fertility | Natural Health Newsletter
    9/9/2017
    A new study now suggests that we might be approaching the threshold of mass infertility in men and the possible extinction of the human race.
  • Exercise Prevents Ovarian Cancer | Cancer Alternatives Health Blog
    7/5/2016
    Two new studies have found that a sedentary lifestyle may be linked to a higher risk of ovarian cancer.
  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer | Health Blog
    4/28/2016
    Men with prostate cancer who are treated with hormone therapy face a greater chance of suffering from depression than those who receive other forms of treatment.
  • Natural Remedies Endometriosis | Natural Health Blog
    4/12/2016
    The risk of heart disease for women diagnosed with endometriosis is especially magnified in those women who are 40 or under.
  • Why Men Better At Directions Than Women
    12/24/2015
    There are actually brain function differences in the way men and women orient themselves to directions and figure out how to arrive somewhere, with men's outcomes being more effective.
  • Migraines & Balancing Hormones | Natural Health Blog
    9/24/2015
    New research suggests that migraine headaches might have something to do with fats in the bloodstream.
  • 7/6/2015
    What happens when testosterone and the adrenal hormones go awry--which begins happening as men and women enter their early 30's?
  • 5/31/2010
    We begin a series of newsletters on the endocrine system and hormones by taking a look at the three endocrine glands in the human brain: the hypothalamus, the pituitary, and the pineal gland.
  • 11/18/2008
    A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine revealed that by taking testosterone supplements, older women can restore their sexual desire to pre-menopausal levels.
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