The Hormone Connection: Revolutionary Discoveries Linking Hormones and Women's Health Problems

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Gale Maleskey, Mary S. Kittel
Rodale, Jan 1, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 506 pages
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Explains how a hormonal imbalance can contribute to dozens of physical and emotional ailments, including fatigue, diabetes, osteoporosis, and depression, and furnishes a number of self-help strategies for relieving more than forty different conditions.
  

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Contents

The Importance of Balance
14
CHAPTER 3
24
CHAPTER 4
47
Remember Everything Better
66
CH APTER 7
105
CH APTER 8
124
Fertility Conception and Birth Control
136
CHAPTER 10
147
Customize Your HormoneBalancing Program
295
Night Sweats
302
Urinary Tract Infections
308
Wrinkles
314
Acne
322
Varicose Veins and Spider Veins
329
Upper Lip and Facial Hair
335
Using Herbs and Supplements Safely
452

CHAPTER
163
H A PTER 12
222
PART III
251
Crank Up the Good Hormones
272
A Resource Guide
463
Index
479
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Gale Maleskey is the author of "Take This Book to the Gynecologist with You" and the co-author of" Nature's Medicines and Home Remedies: What Works," She resides in Emmaus, Pennsylvania.
Mary Kittel is the author of "Stay Fertile Longer" and co-author of "Prevention's Ultimate Guide to Women's Health and Wellness," She lives in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

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