The original term for hypothyroidism “myxoedema” on old death certificates

The original term for hypothyroidism (myxoedema) on old death certificates

One day while I was posting an article on the Hypothyroid Mom Facebook Page, a comment from a follower jumped off the screen at me. All I saw was “I found the old term for hypothyroidism “myxoedema” on death certificates from the early 1900s” and I had to find out more.
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Is your thyroid doctor treating 17 years behind current medical research?

Is your thyroid doctor treating 17 years behind current medical research?

I’ll never forget the day I stumbled upon a 2011 study published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine.[1] Researchers reviewed the literature on the time it takes for published research to be implemented in medical practice. The answer left me speechless. 17 years!

I would have been dead in 17 years, more than likely from the heart disease and diabetes that began to rear their ugly heads when I was first diagnosed with severe hypothyroidism. Wait 17 years to finally get help? Hell NO. [Read more…]

Low-dose Naltrexone for Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis. A Game Changer.

Low-dose Naltrexone for Hashimoto's. A Game Changer.

Low-dose Naltrexone. Have you heard of it? [Read more…]

Saving Babies On World Thyroid Day

Saving Babies on World Thyroid Day

What happened to my baby?

I wailed. [Read more…]

Are Cholesterol Medications Zapping Your Thyroid? A Cardiologist Explains

Are cholesterol medications zapping your thyroid? A cardiologist explains

This cardiologist professes pharmaceuticals for heart disease are rarely necessary and most heart procedures are dangerous and usually unnecessary, but always financially rewarding to the doctor. He treats heart disease with natural approaches including dietary changes, toxin reduction, and natural supplements. Hmm… [Read more…]