CATEGORY: Diagnoses


How is modern medicine treating women?

Are female specific health issues give a lower priority than male specific health issues? We recently attended a medical conference focusing on new age medicine. The focus of this conference was learning how to prevent illnesses in the future rather[...]
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Length of Life vs. Quality of Life, Which Way Should Medicine go?

In general, modern medicine decision making in medicine today is geared to making people live longer. Today we are going to discuss a presentation we heard at the AMMG conference in Tucson last October. The presentation was given by Dr.[...]
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Could Mood Disorders be Caused by Hormonal Decline?

20% of women are affected by depression as they advance through menopause. The focus of this conversation is on a topic that was presented in November 2019 by Dr. Jill Stocker at the AMMG conference in Tucson, Az. Dr. Stocker[...]
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Sex without lubrication is impossible – Systemic Estrogen is the answer

Almost 50% of women experience vaginal dryness within three years of menopause. Women who are post -menopausal frequently begin to complain that as they get older, they do not want to have sex because it does not feel good. In[...]
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Emotions can make you sick

Discussing the physical impact of emotional changes Our discussion today is based on a book by Dr. Don Colbert, M.D. entitled: Deadly Emotions: Understand the Mind Body Spirit Connection That Can Heal or Destroy You. We will explain the connection[...]
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Arimidex Can help Create a Youthful Hormone Balance in Men

Why do men need estrogen to be healthy? As we age heart attacks are a more real probability for many of us. Especially since we are now learning so much about the way that women experience heart attacks that we[...]
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How do Doctors and Patients Talk About Sexual Trauma History?

The importance of discussing Sexual Trauma issues with your physician. Therapist are trained to ask patients about sexual trauma histories when they first present themselves for counseling. In part it is to lay the foundation that if something like this[...]
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Bilateral Adrenal Medullary Hyperplasia

There are only 32 recorded cases of Bilateral Adrenal Medullary Hyperplasia. This week we are examining a story about a young man who had a hereditary disease. He was one of several in his family who apparently had suffered these[...]
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Pheochromocytoma – A Rare Disease

Pheochromocytoma is usually not the first, second, or third consideration by the doctor when creating a treatment plan. A rare tumor of adrenal gland tissue. It results in the release of too much epinephrine and norepinephrine, hormones that control heart[...]
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Theories of Addiction Treatment

The treatment of addiction has grown beyond just alcohol and drugs. In the early days of addiction treatment, the focus was on alcohol and drugs. The theories about what was going on with the patient and why, focused on the[...]
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