Observing that women with the most severe form of endometriosis happen to be unusually attractive, researchers in Italy speculate that the qualities that led to the women’s good looks also predisposed them to the painful gynecological condition.
A recent study has shown that a potent sunscreen ingredient, oxybenzone, may be a cause of endometriosis. This condition occurs when uterine tissue grows in abnormal sites in the abdomen and causes severe pain.
The Times Leader
Painful disorder may increase risk of infertility
EILEEN CIPRIANI Times Leader Correspondent
May 3, 2011
It is among the top three causes of infertility and pelvic pain in women. There is a research center and a foundation in the United States, as well as an international society and yellow ribbon devoted to the disorder. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services more than 5 million women in America alone have been diagnosed.
Thursday, April 14, 2011 by: Dr. Carolyn Dean
While reading Blinded by Science, an amazing book that you can download for free on the internet at http://www.blindedbyscience.co.uk/ until April 30, 2011, I realized that most of the work I’ve done for the past 30 years has been ignored by science. I beat my head against the brick wall of medical and scientific complacency because people continue to suffer from the following conditions, and the best that doctors can do is offer them tranquilizers!
Candida Overgrowth is Making You and Your Baby Sick and Tired (and Colickly). Taming the Yeastie Beasties Part 1
Discovering Your Peaceful Birth
One Problem, 101 Symptoms
What if I told you that your baby’s colic, cradle cap, ear infections, diaper rashes, allergies and sleep sensitivities were all one problem?
What if I told you that your mastitis, eczema, hives, pms, cramps, and gas were all one problem?
What if I told you you could solve these problems easily?
Medical News Today
Article Date: 30 Mar 2011 – 11:00 PDT
Switching to a fresh food diet devoid of canned and packaged foods reduces levels in the body of the hormone disruptors BPA and DEHP, according to a new study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives this week.
Geraldine O’Sullivan-Hogan suffered agony every month for 28 years, says Joy Orpen, and she is convinced doctors would have treated her more seriously had she been a man
February 20, 2011
Having a chronic condition is bad enough, but when the medical profession fails to take it seriously, then a grave injustice is done. This, it would seem, is quite common in an illness that is exclusively confined to women.