Tag Archives: 'hormone replacement therapy'

KEEPS: The Question It Asked But Didn’t Answer

KEEPS: The Question It Asked But Didn’t Answer

In 2005, three  years after the famous (and famously dubious) Women’s Health Initiative study of the risks and benefits of hormone replacement therapy, clinical researchers at nine centers around the U.S. began a smaller but more Read More

Low T and the Juicing Argument: Artificial Turf

Low T and the Juicing Argument: Artificial Turf

The decision of whether to go on hormone replacement therapy—whether estrogen, testosterone or any of the other choices available to both men and women—is perhaps the most personal and difficult medical choice many people will ever Read More

The Myth Decade: Hormones, Breast Cancer and WHI

The Myth Decade: Hormones, Breast Cancer and WHI

Do hormones cause breast cancer? Over the past decade, this is by far the most common question I’ve heard from women trying to decide whether to take hormone replacements to reduce the symptoms of menopause and Read More