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Despite the thyroid gland’s importance to every physical function, and the fact that more than 20 million Americans have a thyroid condition, it’s still a condition with plenty of myths and misinformation. Let’s set the record straight.
Before scheduling the surgery for your thyroidectomy, you should ask questions such as, “How experienced is the surgeon?”
You may feel like you’ve been hit by a bus after going through thyroid cancer and treatment, but research shows that pushing yourself to exercise can erase that fatigue.
In today’s socially technological world, it’s as easy as ‘sharing’ information with family and friends.
The best tools, tricks, and apps to keeping track of all of that bloodwork.
If your doctor has ever told you that thyroid disease is easy to diagnose or treat – he may be misinformed.
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