Thyroid Problems for Your Pet

That’s right – thyroid problems aren’t just in humans. Your dogs and cats are affected, too.

By Mary Shomon

Thyroid Nodules: Diagnosis and Treatment

Thyroid nodules are lumps or tumors in your thyroid gland—which you need to know about.

By Mary Shomon

Is it Menopause, or Your Thyroid?

Since exhaustion, weight gain, and brain fog are symptoms of menopause and thyroid, it’s hard to know which it is.

By Mary Shomon

What is the Thyroid and How Does It Work?

Healthy thyroid function is crucial to every bodily function, and every organ, gland, tissue, and cell in your body. Here's what you should know.

By Mary Shomon

How to Find the Right Thyroid Doctor: 9 Tips

Find out more about the when you should work with an endocrinologist, and when and why another type of physician may be a better choice for your health.

By Mary Shomon

Understanding Autoimmune Disease

More than 100 autoimmune diseases affect millions in the U.S. Learn about these common conditions.

By Mary Shomon

Is It Menopause or a Thyroid Problem?

You wake up sweaty, your heart beating rapidly. If you’re a woman about age 50, your symptoms could be the result of menopause, but maybe it’s your thyroid.

By Jackie Krentzman

What Does the Thyroid Do?

The thyroid produces hormones that regulate metabolism. This affects every organ in your body, as well as heart rate, blood pressure, and body temperature.

By Jeff Bauer

Is It Depression or a Thyroid Problem?

Research shows that even minor fluctuations in thyroid gland activity increase the risk for depression and depressive symptoms, especially in older adults.

By Jeff Bauer