Our pharmacy will be CLOSED on Thursday, July 4th, 2024, in honor of Independence Day. We will reopen at regular hours on Friday, July 5th, 2024. Please be sure to get refills in early and account for slight delays due to the holiday. Thank you for trusting us with your health and wellness!

Womens Health (Hormone) (FSD)

  1. May 13, 2024

    Cancer therapy: Is LDN the missing link?

    Cancer therapies are continually being researched to provide the best patient outcomes. Less side effects, longevity and cure rates are what is sought after. However, the science doesn’t have to be brand new to be accurate. Many older therapies continue to be the best options due to how they invade the cells, decrease abnormal cell growth, enhance natural cell death without many unwanted cytotoxic side effects. After all, like all disease state therapy research, we lean on the science, the studies that are conducted, and the case studies presented in order to make the best recommendations for patients to ponder their medication pathways.

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  2. May 13, 2024

    Empowering Women to Be Proactive in their Health: A Holistic Approach

    May is Women's Health Month, a time to prioritize and celebrate the health and well-being of women worldwide. Women play a crucial role in every aspect of society, which makes it imperative for them to prioritize their health and wellness. Empowering women to take charge of their health, both physically and emotionally, is key to leading a fulfilling and vibrant life.

    Physical Health

    Taking care of your physical health is essential for overall well-being. Regular exercise, a balanced diet, and adequate sleep are fundamental aspects of a healthy lifestyle. Physical health also includes preventive measures such as regular check-ups, screenings, and vaccinations. Empowering women to be proactive about their physical health can lead to early detection and prevention of various health conditions.

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  3. May 13, 2024

    Taking an Integrative Approach to PCOS Management: A Guide for Healthcare Practitioners

    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a complex endocrine disorder that affects women of reproductive age worldwide. As healthcare practitioners, it is essential to adopt a holistic and integrative approach to the management of PCOS to address its multifaceted nature. In this blog, we will explore the principles of integrative medicine and provide practical strategies for treating PCOS from a comprehensive perspective.

    PCOS is not just about reproductive or hormonal issues; it involves a combination of metabolic, hormonal, and psychological factors. Integrative medicine views the body as a whole system, recognizing the interconnectedness of various physiological functions. By treating the underlying imbalances and supporting overall health, we can better manage PCOS and improve patients' quality of life.

    Integrative Treatment Approaches

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  4. April 23, 2024

    The Atlantic: Menopause, estrogen, and women’s unused options

    Women have been dealing with menopause for a couple of hundred thousand years, and yet there’s still a bit of a stigma talking about it, the effects it can have on a woman’s body, and ways to help alleviate some of those negative issues.

    Worse, as this article in the Atlantic explains, many gynecologists will try to solve everything with estrogen (or, if they’re British, oestrogen). Since the 1960s it’s been the go-to magic bullet for women in and after menopause.

    Reality, though, is more complex — and we’ve learned a lot since the ’60s. Still, though, the lack of a “frank approach to sexuality” for both people born female and those who have transitioned there has kept many from realizing the benefits of other hormones. (Ironically, trans women often get better care when it comes to hormones.)

    The point of all this, and of the Atlantic article, is that it’s important for women to think beyond

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