Osteoporosis vs. Acromegaly

Osteoporosis is one of the common diseases in women in our current time. This disease shows decrease in bone density, which then causes porous parts of the bone to increase. This causes bone weakening and increases the chance for bone deformation and fracture. Researchers link this disease as a result of hormonal decline especially right after menopause. Other factors associated are lifestyle habits such as smoking, medication that induces calcium reuptake from bones, and pathological …

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Somatropin Cell Rejuvenation

Endocrinology, study of hormones, is one of the advancing technological fields in our world today. Hormones play the major role in regulating body functions from appetite to metabolism, from metabolism to energy production and from there to living. One of the major known hormones now-a-days is the Somatropin or the Human Growth Hormone. As the word implies, growth is one of its major responsibility. Yet, the fad today poses unclear or hoaxed truth about the …

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HGH for children

A single chain protein composed of 191 amino acids and with a molecular weight of around 22,000 Daltons, the growth hormones important role is widely accepted. Produced in the body and excreted into the blood by the somatropis cells of the anterior pituitary gland Somatotropin or GH is a natural hormone that stimulates growth and cell production. The ability of HGH levels in the pituitary gland to influence the growth of bones and have an …

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HGH (Somatropin), Anti Aging Medication

You may have heard of a revolutionary anti aging treatment known as either HGH or Somatropin. There are so many anti aging treatments out there though, you’re just not sure why this one should be any different, even though so many swear by it, and for the price of it, you may as well be injecting gold into your body. Let’s clear up the difference between HGH and the other anti aging treatments right now. …

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Human Growth Hormone against osteoporosis

Will growth hormone therapy reduce the incidence rate of osteoporosis among the elderly? Growth hormone is one of the hormones secreted by the pituitary gland of the hypothalamus. The pituitary is considered to be a master gland, as its secretions have wide ranging affects on other glands and hormones within the body. Growth hormone is no exception, and the secretion of growth hormone regulates and influences a wide variety of physiological processes. The hormone is …

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