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Solving The Puzzle Of Hormone Replacement

Bethany Hays, MD, FACOG

Abstract
The human body is a community of individual cells, each of which has become specialized to support the function of the community. Each of these cells needs to act in synchrony with every other cell, and all need to know something about what is going on outside of the community of the body so that they can perform the duties needed for the safety and survival of the community. Hormones are signaling molecules that allow each cell in the body to know what is going on in the outside world and to communicate with each read more…

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Hormone Replacement Therapy: Benefits, Risks, and Options

Tori Hudson, ND

Abstract
By the year 2015, nearly 50% of women in the United States will be menopausal. Between 1990 and 2020, the menopausal population in the US will double. This dramatic increase in the number of menopausal women is changing the way healthcare providers work with women and changing medicine itself. At no other time in history have we had so many individuals dealing with the same set of healthcare issues. Now more than ever, clinicians have options for the management of menopause: diet, exercise, stress management, nutrition, botanicals, natural hormones, conventional hormones, and additional pharmaceuticals.

One of read more…

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Alternatives to Hormone Replacement for Menopause

Virginia M Soffa, MEd

Abstract
This paper examines the controversy over estrogen therapies and shows how lifestyle interventions can be offered as a safe way to promote prevention and good health, without the risks and long-term side effects associated with hormone replacement drugs.

Some researchers show that estrogen therapy may decrease osteoporosis and heart disease. Preventing these diseases has become the primary justification for recommending hormones to most menopausal women, whether the loss of estrogen is induced by surgical removal of the ovaries, hysterectomy, ovary radiation, chemotherapy, or is a result of the natural aging process. Prevention is the foremost read more…

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