In her landmark CHOIICE study, Dr. Stephenson’s approach to bioidentical hormone replacement shows clear benefits for heart disease risk factors. In this interview, Dr. Stephenson explains how the study was conducted and gives us the specific results.
Dr. David Zava explains how and why bioidentical progesterone can cause breast tenderness in some women.
Hot flashes and vaginal dryness aren’t always indicators of estrogen deficiency. Bioidentical hormone expert Jim Paoletti RPh gives guidance on how to determine when a woman has an estrogen deficiency, and when symptoms might be caused by some other hormone imbalance.
While everyone is worrying about swine flu, let’s make sure you know the difference between common cold or fall allergies
Are you suffering from the swine flu, or just an allergy or cold? Dr. Erika teaches us how to tell the difference, and how to treat allergies and colds.
Heavy people who are stressed get even heavier, regardless of diet and exercise. Dr. Erika explains why stress packs on the pounds and how to manage stress so that the body can come back into balance.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but the media focus of this month tends to be about curing breast cancer, with little said about how to prevent breast cancer. The bad news is that we’re no closer to a cure for breast cancer than we were 50 years ago. We have somewhat more effective chemotherapies for treating breast cancer, but they all can have terrible, even deadly, side effects and hardly qualify as a cure.
The good news is that we know a lot more about how to prevent breast cancer than we did 50 years ago.
Prostate cancer is the third most common cause of death from cancer in men of all ages, and most common cause of death from cancer in men over 75. You are smart to think ahead and so I’ve researched and prepared this list of 8 ways to help you and other proactive men protect against prostate cancer.
Helene Leonetti, M.D. answers questions from readers about how to use bioidentical progesterone cream, progesterone side effects and allergies, how to time progesterone cream, whether to use estrogen and more…
It saddens me to hear that a knowledgeable medical professional would undervalue the seminal role Dr. John Lee has played, and continues to play, in our now burgeoning field of bioidentical hormone replacement therapies (BHRT).
It’s all about prevention, but how can you even begin to address prevention when the real implementers of prevention aren’t even part of the discussion? I’m referring to the doctor-patient relationship which ultimately makes or breaks the entire system. Remember Dr. Welby? Remember when doctors were beloved and patients were respected and cared for? Those were the days when the cost of healthcare was not prohibitive. In those days genomics and MRIs were scarce but good will and health were abundant. What changed?