An endocrinologist explains why your thyroid gland can rev you up — or slow you down.
Thyroid disease may run in your family, and you may not even know it. Some autoimmune diseases and cancers are linked to an increased risk for thyroid disease. Here’s what you need to know.
Thyroid disorders affect 20 million Americans, many of them women 45 to 55 years old. Discover why it’s easy to mistake a thyroid disorder for menopause, and how to get the right diagnosis.
Eating the wrong foods or taking the wrong supplements can cause trouble for people with thyroid problems. Here’s what an endocrinologist says about iodine, soy, root vegetables and more.
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