Keeping you posted with the latest discoveries in health and medical science.
Back in 2002 and 2004, the Women’s Health Initiative Study (WHI) suggested that there was a slight increased risk of cardiovascular events in women on synthetic hormone replacement drugs. The drugs in question were Premarin, which is a horse-based estrogen, and...read more
Testosterone for Women: Feel better, look great, lose weight, & reduce risk of breast cancer and heart disease
by Dr. Charles Mok This is an overview of the best practice in medicine for dealing with menopause. On prior blog posts, I’ve shared most of the references so I won’t repeat them here unless there is new information. Hormone replacement therapy for women entering...read more
Can others benefit as Gordie Howe did? When hockey great Gordie Howe had a stroke in 2014, he was flown to Mexico for stem cell therapy. His family reported impressive results in his speech, mobility and vigor. A stroke as a condition where the brain is temporarily...read more
One of the most common diseases for women, especially those in menopause, is breast cancer. And one of the most common misconceptions is that hormone therapy is to be avoided at all costs. In fact, using actual hormones (as opposed to synthetic progestin drugs) can...read more