Is there any merit to a diagnosis of “Wilson’s syndrome?” Our expert weighs in on this oft cited explanation for fatigue.
An endocrinologist explains why your thyroid gland can rev you up — or slow you down.
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.
Is your thyroid condition the reason you’re shedding hair? Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our Short Answer series. Mary Vouyiouklis-Kellis, MD, fields this one.
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Roughly half of adults over 40 have thyroid nodules. While these lumps in the thyroid gland are common and usually not cause for alarm, doctors say it’s a good idea to have any type of lump or nodule checked out. Watch this video to see how to check your neck for thyroid nodules at home.
It’s a familiar scene. You turn up the thermostat; your partner turns it down. Some people struggle with feeling cold all the time — especially when it comes to their hands and feet. Find out when you should see a doctor.
Tiredness isn’t always caused by a lack of sleep. It can also be due to a problem with your thyroid. Here’s when to see your doctor.
To feel your best with hypothyroidism, you need to make sure your underactive thyroid isn’t being overtreated. Here are signs to watch out for.
If you have an undiagnosed thyroid condition that’s not being controlled, there are risks to even so-called “natural” supplements and exercise. Here’s what you need to know.