As humans, it is our nature to give and accept love, which is one of the greatest feelings on earth. Historical evidence suggests that parent-offspring bonding existed several million years ago. Social connection and loving relationships have always been essential in our evolution. It’s not surprising why people […]
“We make our decisions, and then our decisions turn around and make us.” — Frank W. Boreham We are a composite of the decisions we make, whether we are conscious of them or not. The ever-elusive challenge of promoting health and a life of fulfillment is successfully sculpting […]
Testosterone deficiency (TD) has been getting attention over the last few years. This is probably due to the increasing age of the male population, the heightened awareness by medical providers, and direct-to-consumer advertising in the media. Coincidently, testosterone clinics have become commonplace, with millions of men worldwide receiving […]
Revised and edited by Christopher M. Cirino, DO – By Daniela Dominguez. The article that follows is an update on an important women’s health topic: fibrocystic breasts. Breast changes are common and seen in fifty percent of women. The breasts contain the mammary glands, responsible for lactation. The […]
When you reach a certain age, your brain releases hormones that trigger the start of puberty — the time in life when a boy or girl becomes sexually mature. Meanwhile, sex hormones can help control the development of secondary sexual characteristics, such as testicles in men, breasts in […]
Do you have diabetes mellitus? Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency is an important condition which also affects the pancreas and can have significant health impacts. You may be surprised that it affects up to 50% of people with diabetes. And EPI is a condition that could go unnoticed or misattributed […]
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