Steroids & Hormonal Science

Steroids & Hormonal Science

Mycobacterium Tuberculosis: A report on TB

In 2012, there were 10521 new cases of Tuberculosis in USA. Tuberculosis or TB is very common and in many cases it lethal which is caused by different species or strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Usually Tuberculosis affects lungs, but it has a tendency to affects other parts of our body. Read more…

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Posted by shivam - 21/02/2013 at 06:11

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Risk Factors of Bioidentical Hormones

Bioidentical hormones are a precise duplication of the hormones that are produced naturally in the body; identical to the body’s natural hormones molecule by molecule. They’re not found in this form in nature but are made, or synthesized, from a plant chemical extracted from yams and soy. Read more…

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Posted by Valena Dabria - 31/01/2013 at 07:53

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Steroid Hormones and their Important Functions

Steroid hormones are the substances plays very important functions in our body. They can mediate a wide variety of functions such as anti inflammatory functions and regulatory functions during pregnancy. Read more…

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Posted by Valena Dabria - 12/12/2012 at 07:38

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Role of Hormones in Obesity

Hormones play an important role in human body. Obesity is the common problem faced by many people and it cause change in levels of hormones leading to other consequences. Some hormones are influenced by obesity that controls the metabolism and fat distribution in the body. Read more…

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Posted by Valena Dabria - 30/11/2012 at 02:50

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An Overview on Steroid Hormones

Endocrine glands in the body produce steroid hormones. The endocrine glands include adrenal cortex and gonads. The steroid hormones are useful to stimulate certain responses in the body. The hormones are released into blood and reaches Read more…

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Posted by Valena Dabria - 21/11/2012 at 06:21

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Hormonal Balance for a Healthy Hair

Now a day’s hair loss is a major problem. In an average, 50-150 hairs were lost per day. Hormones plays a major role in growth of hair. Change in the Diet can improve the growth of hair. Imbalance in hormones can cause hair loss. In women imbalance Read more…

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Posted by Valena Dabria - 14/11/2012 at 02:27

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