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Hormones and Aging in Men and Women
by James Occhiogrosso, N.D. Posted 1/12/2012

In both men and women, aging causes hormone levels to change, resulting in various problems from hot flashes and night sweats in women to erectile dysfunction (ED) and prostate problems in men.

Thyroid Hormones and Iodine - The Japanese Nuclear Disaster
By James Occhiogrosso, N.D. Posted March 22, 2011

This article discusses how natural Iodine protects the thyroid from absorbing radioactive iodine in regard to the ongoing nuclear disaster in Japan

Three Things You Should Know About Bio-Identical Hormones
By James Occhiogrosso, N.D. Posted Aug. 11, 2009

Depending on where you get your information about bio-identical hormones, hormone replacement therapy either scares you or can be a fountain of youth. 

General Hormone Information
By James Occhiogrosso, N.D. Posted March 21, 2009

Hormones are messengers, that control body functions and determine how people feel physically and emotionally. Optimal hormone levels and proper hormonal balance are necessary to maintain health. Hormones impact virtually every major system and organ in the body.

Bio-Identical Hormone Balancing for Men and Women
By James Occhiogrosso, N.D., Posted March 7, 2009

Men need testosterone, women need estrogen or so it goes for the average person. But it is not so simple! There are many other hormones in the body that are crucial to good health, and the balance between them is most critical.

 
 

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