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Low Testosterone Levels and High Mortality

11 May Low Testosterone = Higher Mortality Rate

A 2006 study done by the University of Washington and Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System found an interesting link between lower testosterone levels and an increase in the mortality rate. The study was published by Internal Medicine on August 2006. Specifically, Doctors Molly Shores, Alvin Matsumoto, and Kevin Sloan worked with 850 veterans who had their testosterone levels tested at least twice a year for a five-year period. All men were in their 40's or older, and their mortality was tracked for up to three years later. Researchers’ data...

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04 Oct Suzanne Somers: How Bioidentical Hormones Saved My Life

Every woman faces health challenges as she ages, but perimenopause doesn’t have to be one of them. Suzanne Somers, leading TV icon, author, and voice of bioidentical hormones, is using her tell-all book, titled “I’m Too Young For This,” which explains the common pitfalls related to perimenopause. As hormone levels change, women may encounter itching, bloating, sleeplessness, headaches, and low libido. Rather than wait for things to get better, Suzanne Somers, longtime personal friend and advocate of the Salerno Center for Complementary Medicine, is recommending women search for a simple blood...

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16 Aug Major Studies Show Bioidentical Hormones May Decrease Cancer and Heart Disease

The journey from sick and tired to healthy and balanced is becoming a reality for many men and women, and bioidentical hormones are leading the way. Identical chemical messengers in every sense of the word, bioidentical hormones are completely “natural”. Unlike synthetic replacements such as Premarin, bioidentical hormones are derived from plants - which are then precisely matched and compounded by pharmaceutical professionals. In fact, according to a 12 plus month follow up study featured in the Gynecological Endocrinology, 189 women patients were given natural estrogen plus progesterone with or without...

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