Abstract Declining estrogen levels before, during, and after menopause can affect memory and risk for Alzheimer’s disease. Undesirable side effects of hormone variations emphasize a role for hormone therapy (HT) where possible benefits include a delay in the onset of dementia—yet findings are inconsistent. Effects of HT may be mediated by estrogen receptors found throughout […]
New Delhi: The fact that Covid-19 has led to deaths of more men than women the world over could be linked to the ability of SARS-CoV-2 to deplete testosterone levels in their body, a new study has found. While low testosterone levels are associated with poor outcomes in Covid patients, this is the first study […]
This study investigates the impact of hormone therapy (HT) on the ocular surface and intraocular pressure in postmenopausal women.
This correspondence in the letters to the editor section of the New England Journal of Medicine comprises a discussion about the use of compounded therapies to treat the symptoms of menopause.
This comprehensive review addresses the current scientific literature and clinical data relating to the efficacy of subcutaneous hormone pellet therapy
This review is the product of anexpert consensus conference addressing testosterone that occurred in Orlando Florida, on April 24, 2017 and aims to provide a context as to the potential role of testosterone as part of woman’s disease prevention and hormone optimization program based on present scientific and clinical evidence.
This white paper addresses the literature related to the treatment of thyroid disease. Special focus is placed on the current literature relating to the suspected cause of hypothyroidism and new research addressing the role of Triiodothyronine (T3) in thyroid functionality.
This paper provides a comprehensive review of the history and scientific literature relating to the clinical treatment and diagnosis of testosterone imbalance in men. Special attention is paid to testosterone's mechanism of action and the potential implications for preventative medicine
This white paper examines subcutaneous hormone pellets and the incidence of breast cancer and related mechanisms. The authors examine the use of testosterone pellet therapy in breast cancer survivors.