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The Association of Vitamin D Status and Pre-operative Physical Activity in Patients with Hip or Knee Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA) afflicts over 12 million elderly Americans and is one of the leading causes of disability amongst non-institutionalized adults. It often leads to decreased mobility, lower functional status, and reduced quality-of-life (QoL). Conservative management of OA includes avoidance of high-impact activities, weight loss, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), glucosamine/chondroitin supplements, and physical therapy. When such management is no longer effective, joint replacement surgery may be offered to patients to alleviate pain, optimize function, and improve QoL.

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Thyroid Hormones and their Thermogenic Properties

Obesity is a major issue in developed countries. Regulating thyroid hormones is a growingly popular adjunct in a comprehensive approach towards weight loss. Despite growing popularity, there is a lack of knowledge about underlying pathways. This review investigates the thermogenic properties of thyroid hormone on brown adipose tissue (BAT), white adipose tissue (WAT) and the hypothalamus. Current evidence about potential inducers of thermogenesis and potential clinical implications for weight loss are explored.

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Cardiovascular Disease and the Gender Gap How Metabolic Syndrome Might be to Blame, and What to do About It

Dr. Druz is keenly interested in personalized prevention strategies that combine traditional medicine with functional and integrative therapies. She is a nationally recognized cardiac imaging expert with board certifications in cardiovascular disease and internal medicine. In this interview, she discusses the unique obstacles in diagnosing cardiovascular disease in women and steps that should be taken to increase physicians awareness on this critical topic.

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Exceptions to the “TSH Rule:” How Certain Physiologic and Emotional Conditions Thwart the Ability to Detect Cellular Hypothyroidism

Is serum TSH the best indicator of thyroid function? Kent Holtorf, MD, asserts that TSH, produced by the pituitary, doesn’t necessarily reflect thyroid status in peripheral tissues — especially in patients suffering from a range of specific conditions. This article reviews basic thyroid physiology which demonstrates scenarios when thyroid activity cannot be measured by standard lab tests.

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