Menopause Explained

By: Dr. Erika Schwarz MD| Friday, October 31, 2014 | 03:06 PM
When you entered puberty three to four decades ago, your sex hormones — estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone — woke up. You got your period after your breasts started growing, your pubic and armpit hair grew, and you turned into a woman, at least physically. Your sex drive woke up and with it the desire to not just have sex, but also to bear and raise children. It’s our mandate, and without hormones and youth, we cannot do it.
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Madison, Wis. (October 28, 2014) – Allovate, LLC, has signed an agreement with Restore Health, a company specializing in personalized medicine, for the exclusive rights to provide AllerdentTM, a new personalized therapeutic toothpaste for people suffering from allergic rhinitis.
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Madison, Wis. (October 15, 2014) – Shara Rudner, RPh., FIACP, FACA, Director, Clinical Trials Group for Restore Health, was part of the research collaboration that developed a new delivery system that could help millions of people who suffer from seasonal allergies. The study results were featured in a national news story on Oct. 1, 2014.
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