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This Patients' Guide is a resource for parents of children with type 1 diabetes. Learn about meal planning, treating hypoglycemia, and managing sick days.
Adrenoleukodystrophy is a rare genetic disease passed down from parent to child that affects the nervous system, adrenal glands, and/or testicles. The disease is more common, more severe and occurs earlier in males than females, and is found in approximately one in 20,000 people. Learn more here.
Visit our Recipe Guide for easy diabetic recipes. We have 5 delicious recipes for you to try, including a dessert recipe for carrot cake. Every diabetic recipe includes nutritional information to help you make smart food decisions as you manage your diab
Learn about your risk for menopause-related complications, such as heart disease, urinary problems, and weight gain.
Growth hormone deficiency can happen when the body doesn’t produce enough growth hormone, a hormone produced in the pituitary gland. Learn more about GHD and common risk factors in this article.
Hyperthyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland is overactive and makes excessive amounts of thyroid hormone. Learn about the symptoms, causes, and treatment options for hyperthyroidism.
To diagnose Addison’s disease, your doctor will run exams and tests that may include blood tests and CT scans of the brain and abdomen.
After a thyroidectomy for papillary thyroid cancer or follicular thyroid cancer, you will have radioactive iodine therapy to eliminate any remaining thyroid cells. Review the basics of this thyroid cancer treatment.
Is stress harmful to your thyroid? Can it cause a thyroid condition, such as hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism? This slideshow explains the connection between stress and thyroid health, and shows you how to keep your stress levels—and thyroid—in check.
There are a variety of tests that diagnose hypothyroidism. TSH screenings are the first line of testing, but they are not the sole factor in diagnosing the disorder. T4 testing may also be necessary to determining if you are hypothyroid.