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51 results found for hypothyroidism in News/features

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NEWSHypothyroidism drug isn't working, study finds

April 5th 2017

The standard drug for a mild underactive thyroid gland (hypothyroidism) doesn't work. Although it's routinely prescribed, levothyroxine is not effective whe...

NEWSFluoride in the water causes thyroid problems

February 26th 2015

Adding fluoride to the public water supply should be stopped, say researchers

NEWSHypothyroidism: When you've got it, and what you can do about it

January 16th 2009

...e thyroid gland becomes over-active - but how many know about the opposite condition, hypothyroidism? It's even more common, and yet most sufferers don't even know they have the problem

NEWSIodine: Too much and you get hypothyroidism

June 4th 2007

We've all become iodine crazy

NEWSHypothyroidism

March 1st 2006

It's reckoned that around 10 per cent of those who suffer from thyroid dysfunction may have such a s...

NEWSBone marrow transplants trigger diabetes

November 1st 2000 in Diabetes

Long term survivors of bone marrow transplants have a substantial risk of developing insulin resista...

NEWSBetter tests for thyroid dysfunction

August 1st 2000

Measuring levels of thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) may not be the best way to determine thyroid d...

NEWSAntipsychotics: paralysis is a risk

November 1st 1999 in Drugs

Acute dystonia, a form of muscle paralysis which can leave an individual in any number of sustained ...

NEWSThyroid problems: smoking link

December 1st 1995

People who suffer from an underactive thyroid are making the condition worse by smoking, researchers...

NEWSVitamins: so they are good for you after all, doctors admit. . .

April 1st 1990

We've had our march (and more of that later), so now it's down to lobbying and clever Parliamentary ...

Features

FEATUREMind-body techniques for treating an underactive thyroid

January 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 10) in Fitness

Marilyn Devonish suffered with extreme fatigue, memory loss and other thyroid-related problems—unt...

FEATUREFeed your head

June 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 3)

Low thyroid doesn't just make you sluggish—it also affects your brain. Marc Ryan, who treats many ...

FEATURETurning up the heat

April 2017 (Vol. 28 Issue 1) in Fitness

You don't have to feel the burn to crank up a sluggish thyroid. Charlotte Watts offers a range of si...

FEATUREHard to swallow

April 2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 1)

The US has reduced the amount of fluoride it’s adding to the public water supply. It could signal ...

FEATUREPill-popping pets

September 2012 (Vol. 23 Issue 6) in Diseases, Drugs, Respiratory

Not surprisingly, given their inappropriate diets and vaccination overkill, dogs and cats aren't ver...

FEATUREHomeopathy for male disorders

February 2012 (Vol. 22 Issue 11) in Diabetes, Drugs

, or breast development in men, is common in puberty and in old age

FEATUREFibromyalgia: mind and body techniques that help

April 2011 (Vol. 22 Issue 1) in Drugs, Fitness

If you're suffering from fibromyalgia, exercise is probably the last thing you feel like doing

FEATURENutritional support for women over 50

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) in Drugs, Special Reports

Black cohosh (Actaea racemosa)

FEATUREThyroid problems: never say forever

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) in Diabetes, Diseases, Drugs, Special Reports

...n't seem to be able to get it right when it comes to thyroid problems, and especially hypothyroidism, when we become sluggish and overweight because of an underactive thyroid gland

FEATUREDepression: Isolation could be key

June 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 3) in Drugs, Environment, Special Reports

Depression is likely to become the world's most prevalent chronic disease by 2020, according to the ...

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