The Thyroid Sourcebook (5th Edition)

The Thyroid Sourcebook (5th Edition)

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"An excellent source of information on all manner of thyroid problems."
--Jane Brody, the New York Times

"Absolutely the most informative book for the patient that I've had the pleasure of reading and recommending."
--Nancy Hord-Patterson, Ph.D., Founder and Executive Director, National Graves' Disease Foundation

"The Thyroid Sourcebook, written by a thyroid cancer survivor, is an informative and practical resource for people seeking a better understanding of the thyroid and thyroid disease."
--Gary Bloom, Chairman, ThyCa: Thyroid Cancer Survivors' Association, Inc.

The bestselling classic The Thyroid Sourcebook, now revised and updated, is your source for:

The latest treatment options and complementary therapies for your condition New information about thyroid disorders, from hypo- and hyperthyroidism to thyroid nodules and thyroid cancerUp-to-date information on the best tests available for accurate diagnosisWhat you should eat for thyroid health and optimal nutrition
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Product details

  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 150 x 226 x 13mm | 360g
  • MCGRAW-HILL Professional
  • New York, NY, United States
  • English
  • 5th edition
  • 0071597255
  • 9780071597258
  • 503,217

Table of contents

1.Meet Your Thyroid Gland
2. Hypothyroidism: Slowing Down
3. Hyperthyroidism: Speeding Up
4. Thyroiditis
5. Please Explain Thyroid Nodules
6. When they Tell You it's Cancer
7. Thyroid Disease Complications
8. Thyroid and New Life
9. Hot Stuff: A Starter's Guide to Radioactive Iodine
10. Helping the Medicine Go Down: Thyroid Hormone Replacement
11. What to Eat
12. The Role of Complimentary and Alternative Medicine
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About M. Sara Rosenthal

M. Sara Rosenthal, M.S., is a medical journalist and educator and the author of many acclaimed health books. She is an associate of the Centre for Health Promotion, University of Toronto, a World Health Organization Collaborating Centre in health promotion.
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