CATEGORY: Research


Erectile Dysfunction and Testosterone Replacement

Questions men have about testosterone replacement, new findings regarding ED (Erectile Dysfunction), and treatment options. The first thing we discuss in this week’s Healthcast are the new findings regarding ED (Erectile Dysfunction) in men. We are learning more about what[...]
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Low Dose Naltrexone and Depression

How to recognize different types of depression, and how medicine addresses these deficiencies. This may seem like a doctor problem and not a patient problem, but I think understanding the key differences in types of depression can guide patients to[...]
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The Four Types of Depression

Serotonin is a neurotransmitter chemical in the brain. There are many neurotransmitters, and serotonin is the one we recognize as primarily impacting depression in your brain and body. Anti-depressants called SSRI’s, when they came out, were miracle drugs. They replaced[...]
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Women and Migraines

Understanding the differences between Migraines and Headaches, and how to treat them both. We have many patients who come to us with what they are calling migraine headaches. Often, we find that they are having headaches, but not what we[...]
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Certain Estrogen Products can Increase Your Risk of Clotting

It is a well known fact that estrogen can “cause blood clots”, but is that always true? Blood clots are scary. You can die from them. This week we are speaking about the risks of blood clotting and what you[...]
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Personalizing PSA screenings for Men

There are new standards regarding PSA screenings for men as they age. Men have been told for decades that if they live long enough they will all die from prostate cancer. After age 40 men were told that they should[...]
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Breast Cancer Risk Is Higher in Women with Low Muscle Mass and High Percent Body Fat

Since the threat of estrogen replacement has been put to rest, women are asking, "What are the real risks of breast cancer?". Several articles have come to the fore in the last few months that focus on the risk of[...]
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The Biggest Risk of Estrogen Replacement is Uterine Bleeding

Dr. Maupin and Brett Explain Menopause, Estrogen, and Uterine Bleeding. Women who have gone through menopause and still have a uterus, experience the loss of estrogen. If they then decide to obtain estrogen replacement, they will begin to have bleeding[...]
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Frequently Asked Questions by Women

Dr. Maupin and Brett address the concerns women have when pursuing hormone replacement therapy. This week we are taking an opportunity to discuss the most frequently asked questions from women who are considering Hormone Replacement Therapy from BioBalance Health. These[...]
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Replacement of Testosterone Does More Than Treat Specific Symptoms

What does "Normal" really mean when looking at you blood test results? We often speak in terms of something being normal for men of our ages. Lab tests return results in terms of a comparison to “Normal”. What does this[...]
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