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Thyroid Newsletter -- January/February 2007 By Mary Shomon
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Sticking Out Our Necks: The Thyroid Disease Newsletter (January/February 2007) -- This issue includes the following stories and articles: * High Doses of Thyroid Medication Needed? You May be Lactose... More > Intolerant * New Drug in Development for Thyroid Cancer Management * Thyroid Disease & Heart Disease Risk * Predicting Graves’ Relapse After Antithyroid Drug Treatment * Treatment Outcomes for Differentiated Thyroid Cancer * Pregnant? Take Supplemental Iodine * Selenium Supplementation in Pregnancy * Ten Take Charge Thyroid Tips * Thyroid Health Tip for Cats * Why Is There Even Debate Over Female Thyroid Testing? * Got Vitamin D? * Weighing Benefits Of Exercise and Diets * Exercise for Osteoporosis: The Right Amount and the Right Type * Keeping Prescription Drugs Affordable for Seniors * Free 30-Day Supply of Medication< Less
Thyroid Newsletter -- July/August 2006 By Mary Shomon
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Sticking Out Our Necks: The Thyroid Disease Newsletter (July/August 2006 Issue) features the following news stories and articles: Everything You Need to Know About TSH | What Does the TSH Test... More > Measure? | Why is Your TSH Fluctuating? | High-Fiber Bread and Treatment for Hypothyroidism | Long Term Antithyroid Drugs Versus Withdrawl | Potassium Iodide as a Treatment for Hyperthyroidism | Does a Lower-End TSH Level Improve Quality of Life? | Percutaneous Ethanol Injection for Thyroid Cancer Recurrence | Minimally Invasive Surgery for Thyroid Cancer | Thyroid Eye Disease | Outpatient Thyroid Surgery | Weight Gain After Thyroid Surgery | Increased Levothyroxine Needs During Pregnancy | Antipituitary Antibodies in Post-Partum Thyroiditis | Heart Disease | TSH Levels and the Role of Iodine in People Over 60 | Radioactive Treatments Can Trigger Airport Security...Even Weeks After Treatment | Hot Temperatures May be Hazardous to Your Drugs< Less