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Hyperthyroidism is a disorder that occurs when the thyroid gland makes more thyroid hormone than the body needs. It is sometimes called thyrotoxicosis, the technical term for too much thyroid hormone in the blood. About 1 percent of the U.S. population has hyperthyroidism. Women are much more likely to develop hyperthyroidism than men.
New proteins help patients to get more accurate diagnosis of MS

New proteins help patients to get more accurate diagnosis of MS

Dr. Todd Darmody honored with 2012 Compassionate Doctor Certification

Dr. Todd Darmody honored with 2012 Compassionate Doctor Certification

Amedra Pharmaceuticals re-launches single-dose epinephrine auto-injector, Adrenaclick

Amedra Pharmaceuticals re-launches single-dose epinephrine auto-injector, Adrenaclick

Lineage Therapeutics announces US launch of generic epinephrine auto-injector

Lineage Therapeutics announces US launch of generic epinephrine auto-injector

Epidural steroid injection is associated with increased spinal fracture

Epidural steroid injection is associated with increased spinal fracture

Boehringer Ingelheim updates HCPs, patients on COMBIVENT RESPIMAT Inhalation Spray

Boehringer Ingelheim updates HCPs, patients on COMBIVENT RESPIMAT Inhalation Spray

BD receives FDA approval for second prefilled injectable drug

BD receives FDA approval for second prefilled injectable drug

Bausch + Lomb agrees to commercialize Paragon BioTeck's phenylephrine in US

Bausch + Lomb agrees to commercialize Paragon BioTeck's phenylephrine in US

Study projects potential impact of FDA-approved anti-obesity medications on Medicare spending

Study projects potential impact of FDA-approved anti-obesity medications on Medicare spending

NICE decides to recommend Bristol-Myers Squibb’s YERVOY for treatment of advanced melanoma

NICE decides to recommend Bristol-Myers Squibb’s YERVOY for treatment of advanced melanoma

Subclinical hyperthyroidism does not lead to cardiovascular and total mortality

Subclinical hyperthyroidism does not lead to cardiovascular and total mortality

Prevalence MRSA laryngitis may be underestimated

Prevalence MRSA laryngitis may be underestimated

Merz acquires CUVPOSA oral solution to treat children with cerebral palsy

Merz acquires CUVPOSA oral solution to treat children with cerebral palsy

Endocrine Society revises clinical practice guideline for management of thyroid dysfunction

Endocrine Society revises clinical practice guideline for management of thyroid dysfunction

Researchers develop improved expert system for diagnosis of thyroid disease

Researchers develop improved expert system for diagnosis of thyroid disease

Excess maternal iodine supplementation can lead to congenital hypothyroidism in infants

Excess maternal iodine supplementation can lead to congenital hypothyroidism in infants

Vivus receives FDA approval for Qsymia to manage chronic weight

Vivus receives FDA approval for Qsymia to manage chronic weight

Overactive thyroid gland may increase risk of hospitalization for heart and blood-vessel disease

Overactive thyroid gland may increase risk of hospitalization for heart and blood-vessel disease

Osteoporosis screening recommended for men at risk

Osteoporosis screening recommended for men at risk

Positive results from Amgen Sensipar/Mimpara Phase 3 trial for HPT, CKD

Positive results from Amgen Sensipar/Mimpara Phase 3 trial for HPT, CKD