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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.
When you have thyroid disease, keeping your medical records organized can be a challenge. Here's everything you should have in your personal health packet.
Skin conditions that are due to your thyroid disease—and ways to treat them.
Even incisions that heal well can leave some patients self-conscious about their scars. Here's what you can do to minimize scarring.
Mary Shomon shares her merry-go-round experience of the trials and errors with thyroid hormone replacement.
Stories from thyroid patients about their experiences — good and bad — with thyroid hormone replacement.
Thyroid cancer is on the rise in the U.S. Here are 13 things you should know about this often misunderstood condition.
From surgery and radioactive iodine treatment, to thyroid hormone replacement medication, here's what to expect before, during, and after thyroid cancer.
A Mayo Clinic endocrinologist talks about thyroid cancer issues like overdiagnosis, and whether active surveillance is a viable treatment.