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Estrogen and Breast Cancer

Estrogen and Breast Cancer

Posted by Katherine Clarke on Oct 4th 2018

Estrogen and Breast CancerAccording to the U.S. Breast Cancer Statistics, about one in eight women are likely to develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. In 2018, at least 266,1 … read more
Nicotine: Most Addictive Drug of 2018

Nicotine: Most Addictive Drug of 2018

Posted by Marco Thompson on Aug 24th 2018

Traditional tobacco cigarettes contain a compound called nicotine, which has earned the ire of medical practitioners and the general public for its health risks and addictive nature. In fact, cigarett … read more
Gadolinium Poisoning: What is Gadolinium?

Gadolinium Poisoning: What is Gadolinium?

Posted by Katherine Clarke on Aug 14th 2018

As more people become aware of the side effects that may occur from exposure to the elements, medical experts are tasked with evaluating the safety of the devices and procedures used to administer car … read more
What is Cortisol?  Why should I test it?

What is Cortisol? Why should I test it?

Posted by Marco Thompson on Aug 10th 2018

Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands. Located just above the kidneys, the adrenal glands produce hormones, including adrenaline, cortisol, and aldosterone, all of which are important … read more
Alcohol and Hormones: How Does Alcohol Affect Hormone Levels?

Alcohol and Hormones: How Does Alcohol Affect Hormone Levels?

Posted by Sarah Turner on Jul 11th 2018

[Content Courtesy of Sarah Turner, Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and Addictions Counsellor, Harrogate Sanctuary, England]We all love to unwind at the end of the day. Sometimes that’s a gre … read more