Articles by Suzy Cohen, America's Pharmacist™

Why You Should Eat More Ginger

Ginger is a something you’ve probably walked past a thousand times in the grocery store and probably passed up. It has some incredible medicinal benefits and offers people a natural approach to many ailments. Many

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How to Balance Your Hormones

At a certain age, we all lose those youthful hormones, and start to think about replenishment. That’s a great idea, but determining what hormones you need to replenish based upon your test results is very

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Cancer Incidence Study

There review article focuses on the relationship between the level of vitamin D3 and cancer incidence (or mortality), and also the potential properties of vitamin D3 that support its significant role in survival rates of certain cancers,

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Anxiety Depression Study

There was a cross-sectional conducted recently (July 2020) to evaluate the relationship between selenium and iodine levels with anxiety and depression. The observational study was done with participants who had normal thyroid function (termed “euthyroid”)

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The Statin and Thyroid Connection

The thyroid gland is shaped like a butterfly and it regulates your body temperature, how fast you burn fat and your energy levels. Most people with hypothyroidism do not even know they have the condition

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Tepezza for Thyroid Eye Disease

The prescription infusion was recently approved by the FDA to treat thyroid eye bulging which is related to Graves’ disease. This is an autoimmune thyroid condition that increases thyroid hormone in the body, and it

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How to Avoid Insect Stings

Nothing can ruin a perfectly nice picnic or hike like an insect sting! It could lead to local discomfort, swelling, redness and pain. In fact, it could cause an anaphylactic reaction to those people who

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Vitamin DMB Singapore Study

There was a cohort study conducted recently to evaluate the effect of combination Vitamin D, Magnesium and Vitamin B12 (termed DMB), on progression to severe outcome in older COVID-19 patients. CLICK HERE TO REVIEW THE

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