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Thyroid Newsletter -- July/August 2006
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
Thyroid Newsletter -- September/October 2006
Sticking Out Our Necks: The Thyroid Disease Newsletter (September/October 2006 issue). This issue features the following articles/news stories:
Doctors Could Benefit From Further Knowledge of... More > Thyroid Disease During Pregnancy | Ultrasound Therapy Proves Promising in Thyroid | Treating Graves' Disease During Pregnancy Is Safe | Ultrasound Best Test to Detect Recurrent Thyroid Cancer | Accurate Technique for Identifying Thyroid Cancer | Hate Broccoli? There May Be a Thyroid-Related Reason | Outpatient Thyroid Surgery Safe for Most Patients | Eating Protein Boosts Hormone That Staves Off Hunger | Want to Keep the Weight Off? Weigh Every Day | Brown Seaweed-- Fat Fighter | 44 Million Women at Risk of Thyroid Deficiency From Rocket Fuel Chemical Perchlorate | Paying Medical Bills | Should You Be Concerned About Generic Levothyroxine? | Sneak Preview of Thyroid Hormone Breakthrough< Less
Thyroid Newsletter -- May/June 2007
Sticking Out Our Necks: The Thyroid Disease Newsletter (May/June 2007 Issue). This issue includes the following thyroid news and articles:
* Anxiety Disorders Linked to Thyroid Disease
*... More > Hypothyroidism Clearly Linked to Mood Swings
* New Drug Shows Promise in Treatment of Advanced Thyroid Cancer
* Thyroid Disease and Pregnancy
* Does a Total Thyroidectomy Mean You Need More Thyroid Medication?
* Fine-Needle Aspiration Biopsy
* The Connection Between Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and Other Autoimmune Disorders
* Which Thyroid Quality of Life Issues are Most Important
* Selenium & Antibodies
* Preventing Food-borne Illness
* Thyroid Drug Cost Comparison
* Comparison of Diet Plans Shows Better Outcomes for Low-Carb Diets
* Focus on Thyroid Cancer
* Should Doctors Treat Subclinical Hypothyroidism to Help Prevent Heart Disease?< Less
Thyroid Newsletter -- March/April 2007
Special 16-page issue features an in-depth story on "Thyroid Medication," including how and when to take your thyroid medication, taking thyroid medication at night, the impact of a... More > high-fiber
diet, calcium, if you miss a dose, interactions with vitamins with iron, remembering to take medication, optimum time and conditions for thyroid blood tests, hot temperatures and the effect on thyroid drugs.
Other stories include:
* Special Report from Dr. Holtorf: Endocrinological Assessment and Obesity Treatment
* Study Finds High Arsenic Levels in Kelp Supplements
* Thyroid Surgery Update
* Allergic and Autoimmune Disease Linkage
* Ordering Your Own Thyroid and Hormone Testing
* Free or Low-cost Health Coverage
* Disability Insurance
* Thinking You Got a Workout May Make You Healthier
* A Healthy Chocolate Brownie?
* 12 Tips for Your Annual Physical
* Spring Allergy and Sinus Alert< Less
'The Supreme Triumph of the Surgeon's Art': A Narrative History of Endocrine Surgery
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Endocrine surgery – the subspecialty of general surgery involving diseases of the thyroid, parathyroid, and adrenal glands as well as the endocrine pancreas – is a rapidly growing field... More > of medicine that has a rich and fascinating history. As recently as the mid-19th Century, surgery for thyroid goiter was described as “horrid butchery” and believed by many to be too dangerous for any surgeon to attempt. Through the ingenuity and tireless efforts of surgeons in Europe and the U.S., thyroidectomy became a safe and even elegant operation, one that renowned Johns Hopkins surgeon William Halsted would describe in 1926 as representing “the supreme triumph of the surgeon’s art.” In this unique and captivating book, these and other seminal stories from the history of endocrine surgery are vividly retold by the current leaders in the field.< Less
Cancer Exercise Specialist Handbook Revised Ninth Edition
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A complete guide to cancer recovery through exercise for health and fitness professionals wanting comprehensive guideleines for improving range of motion and correcting postural deviations following... More > cancer surgery. Twenty five types of cancer as well as childhood cancer are covered in this handbook. Surgeries, treatments, side-effects, and contraindications are listed as well as corrective exercise strategies. Specific exercise protocol includes cardiovascular, weight training, yoga, and pilates.< Less