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Connecticut Center for Health: September 2003 Archives

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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome - PCOS

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a surprisingly common disorder in women of reproductive age, although many are not aware of it. Most women first become aware of PCOS when they don't menstruate for a long time, tend to gain weight easily, have acne, and get excess body hair. When they want to have children, they have difficulty getting pregnant. PCOS is basically a hormonal disorder, with too much male hormone and too much insulin....

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Dietary Supplements - Price vs. Quality

When it comes to buying dietary supplements, you essentially have two choices: buy according to price, or buy according to quality. There are no standards for quality and no govern-ment regulation of the supplement industry. What you "see" is not always what you "get". So if you buy the cheapest supplement, you may end up with an inferior product that doesn't improve your health. Therefore buying the cheapest is likely to be a waste...

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Are You Overweight?

There's a big elephant in your room that you wish wasn't there -- you or a loved one may be seriously overweight. Nearly two of every three Americans are overweight or obese. If you were to gather 15 of your family members, friends or co-workers, almost 10 of them would be overweight. Whether you're overweight or not, consider this: The average lifespan of an obese person is shortened by more than ten years. Obesity...

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