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The High risk of schizophrenia in children of Black Caribbean immigrants to the United Kingdom is likely due to intracellular hypothyroidism: background information is explored, the etiology is explained and preventive measures are suggested.
ABSTRACT Alzheimer’s disease, a slow process of cognitive decline, causes progressive loss of brain cells over a very long time (30 – 40 years). We can’t see what’s going on inside the brain cells in Alzheimer’s disease, but we can see twisted, ruined beta-amyloid piled up around and between them and and twisted, tangled tau peptides inside them:...
Currently, our “system” says that to calculate whether a person’s thyroid balance is satisfactory, we need only check the Thyroid Stimulating Hormone. However TSH merely calls for T4, to satisfy the pituitary. It does not rep-resent intracellular thyroid hormone balance and a better method of assessment is needed. The problem presents to physician...
Intracellular T3 deficiency, referred to in this article as Intracellular Hypothyroidism (IH), has been given many names, but has not been recognized as a bona fide metabolic abnormality deserving of a formal title. Thus although the condition was definitively described in 2014, it has been ignored by mainstream medicine and its diagnostic panel h...
Since long Covid was first described, much effort has been put into its investigation; but no firm answers have been forthcoming and the enigma continues. The condition has 2 aspects: (1) continuing organ damage, which is variable as to site and severity and (2) patient complaints, of symptoms including weakness, tiredness, muscle aches, intestina...
In early pregnancy, even mild maternal hypothyroidism, or intracellular hypothyroidism, may adversely affect fetal neurocognitive development, retarding brain growth and causing the "misconnected wiring" which leads to cognitive disorders, including autism, ADD, schizophrenia and gender dysphoria.
DHEA keeps function normal in all our cells. But we reduce DHEA production by 1% per year, from age 26. So the blood level of DHEA in old age is 10 % or less of that at age 20. That is the root cause of many of our problems. DHEA, THE MOTHER OF TESTOSTERONE "DHEA" is an acronym for DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE, the hormone produced in greatest quantity b...
Finasteride was patented in 1984 and approved for medical use in 1992. It is available as a generic. Sold as Proscar, Propecia and other brand names, it was initially used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia and subsequently hair loss, in men. It can also be used to reduce hair growth in women and as a part of hormone therapy for transgendered fe...
Women’s socioeconomic status, improved over the last 3 decades, is still inequitable. Women, 46.6 % of the workforce, 40% of managers, and 8.8% of Fortune 500 CEOs, also comprise 27% of the US House of Representatives and boast 28 heads of state. It is a travesty that these leaders must maintain executive function while hamstrung by menopause! 5t...
TITLE: Patient Surveillance in Family Practice Abstract: Too many people die because of late diagnosis, particularly of ovarian, colon, breast, lung, and pancreatic cancer. Instead of ongoing surveillance with the emphasis on earliest possible diagnosis, our doctors await the development of significant disease: too often, we hear dejected relative...
DHEA cures cancer? One case. ABSTRACT DHEA, a lipophilic prohormone, is pluripotent. In Humans, it is produced mainly by the adrenal glands and the brain and to a lesser extent by the testes, ovaries and skin. The adrenal supply is delivered to the serum in its hydrophilic, sulfated form, “DHEAS”. Upon absorption into peripheral cells, it is recon...
This is an opinion piece: a logical overview of the post-finasteride syndrome, a side effect associated with deep depression and a high suicide rate. This paper is based on personal experience and extensive study of finasteride via the web. It endeavours to explain the genesis of depression and other finasteride side effects, by examining the drug...
should include only fit, metabolically normal 20-25 year old, stress- free persons. PTSD, anxiety, depression, social or financial stress and other psychological difficulties can cause biochemical abnormalities which can affect blood test results
This dissertation critically considers the term “normal”. In health-related fields, “normal” is not a single number. It is a reference range or reference interval, against which health professionals can compare urine, blood or other test results in order to decide whether they are “within normal limits”. The reference range includes results from...
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A list of 12 references is appended to my article, "thyroid tests – should our methods of assessment be reviewed?". Why does my profile page say that there are no references?
My name is G. A. Harry. I am a research gate contributor.
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