The Endocrine Symphony

Dr. Johnson discusses the Endocrine Symphony

To make the proper choice regarding hormone replacement, it’s important to understand the basic function of the endocrine system, that complex and elegant chemical enterprise within the body that controls and coordinates such functions as reproduction, metabolism, behavior, growth and development. Replenishing and rebalancing of this system are the goals of hormone replacement and the focus of Endocrinology.

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Thinking Outside The Box

Thinking Outside The Box

As a new physician, I thought I knew it all. However, I quickly learned in those first few years that medical school simply gives you the tools with which to evaluate the thousands of different patients you’ll see in your career. Even with those great tools, you must pursue ongoing medical education or you quickly become outdated. It’s definitely a stressful life, but gratifying when you find answers and relieve suffering. When faced with a sick patient for whom standard treatments are not working, physicians feel compelled to look for other options to relieve that patient’s suffering.

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The 4 Factors That Will Help You Achieve Your Health Goals!

Dr. MArina JOhnson talks about the top 4 factors that contribute to health

A woman’s decision to take HRT is greatly affected by whether she is having bothersome symptoms. Understandably, if a woman is experiencing minimal symptoms, she may be less inclined to take estrogen. Women with a family history of cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, or osteoporosis should carefully weigh each of these factors with her physician.

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Many Factors Play a Role in Breast Cancer

 

There are many factors that play a role in a woman getting breast cancer. The body has an intrinsic, orderly process for dealing with early cancers. Understand that our bodies are constantly forming cancer cells that are quickly destroyed by our immune system. Cells in your body are in a constant state of flux and renewal and repair.  When a cell becomes “old” and needs to be recycled, that cell goes through a fascinating process called apoptosis or “cell death.” The cell virtually implodes and then the immune cells come in sweep up the debris and a brand-new cell is formed.

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