Learn the truth behind 13 of the most common myths and misconceptions about thyroid disease.
While filling her Instagram with delicious food, she was secretly battling Graves’ disease. Read a Q&A with Spoonful Magazine founder Kristina Erfe Pines.
Sometimes a thyroidectomy scar will fade, and sometimes it won’t. Either way, here are suggestions for how you can cover it — or wear it loud and proud.
Once you’ve had a thyroidectomy, you’re a true thyroid warrior — like these women who aren't afraid to show off their scars.
Better known as Graves’ eye disease, this disease affects up to half of all people living with Graves’ disease.
This mom and entrepreneur turned her own thyroid cancer challenges into an advocacy mission to help others like her.
Even incisions that heal well can leave some patients self-conscious about their scars. Here's what you can do to minimize scarring.
Stress can heighten the effects that your thyroid disease already causes, like lack of sleep and infertility.
In some cases, severe morning sickness while pregnant can be the result of thyroid dysfunction.
You may be surprised to know that some of the products you use at home can interfere with thyroid function.