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Bisphenol Can Deregulate Thyroid Hormones Even at Low Doses

The idea that one of the key concepts in toxicology, that the dose makes the poison, may not apply to endocrine disruptors has been...
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Early Pregnancy Treatment of Subclinical Thyroid Dysfunction Has No Impact on...

Screening expectant mothers for thyroid dysfunction, and then providing thyroxine treatment as needed during pregnancy, has become a routine procedure in pre-natal care. Scientists have...
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No Benefit in Treating Mildly Low Thyroid Function in Pregnancy, NIH...

“Our results do not support routine thyroid screening in pregnancy since treatment did not improve maternal or infant outcomes.” —Uma Reddy, M.D., NICHD Pregnancy and...