References & Key Words

(in no particular order):

Putting these into a search engine (such as Google) will bring you significant results.

  • The French Marigold, Tagetes Patula, is a species of the Daisy family (Asteraceae) and is an hermaphrodite with both male and female organs.  It has many uses and has been investigated for antifungal activity.
  • Mast cells and allergy.
  • Oestrogen, progesterone, and androgens in males and females.
  • Androgens and women – converting into oestrogen.
  • New DNA breakthrough will re-write text books, 5/9/12.
  • FSH and LH.
  • Crime Times.
  • Dr Katharina Dalton and PMS crime.
  • Gia Allemand and suicide, MailOnline, 11/9/13.
  • Glamour Model battered her husband and hotel manager, Anthony Bond, 6/6/13.
  • Dr Dalton and Baby Blues.
  • Sian Busby ‘A Cruel Mother’.
  • Emma Cadywood, Baby Blues, and suicide.
  • Mary Ann Cotton – marriage, stress, and cheap labour.
  • New genetic findings for asthma and hay fever, blog. 23and me.com, 28/1/14.
  • Barnardo’s Children.
  • Link between thyroid disease and diabetes.
  • Mania and Hormone/Protein disorders.
  • Hibbs Lupus Trust.
  • Irritable Male Syndrome.
  • Anaesthetic during surgery and atopy afterwards.
  • Blood pH levels – the benefits of alkaline blood.
  • Protein in blood and some diseases – serum protein.
  • Electrophoresis (SPEP).
  • Agglutination test and protein disorders.
  • Insulin-like growth factor and regulation of immune system.
  • Heart disease and cancer rates in men and women.
  • Hormonal link to autoimmune allergies, ISRN Allergy, Shilpa Shah, 2012.
  • The connection between hormone imbalance and the sudden onset of allergies.
  • Is over-exposure to latex an industrial disease?
  • Sodium, iodine, and magnesium.
  • Corona – the sun’s breath and wind.
  • Fluvial Morphodynamics.
  • Ice storms stress and pregnant women, 16/10/14.
  • Panorma – Can you stop my multiple sclerosis, 18/1/16.
  • The wonderful world of blood programme.
  • Horizon – seeing stars programme.
  • Brac 1 and Brac 2: cancer risk and genetic testing.
  • BACH2 gene – scientists find link between allergic and autoimmune diseases in mouse study.
  • Osteoarthritis and 8 genetic areas that differ in a study group–Arthritis Research UK.
  • PMS, oxytocin, and the pituitary.
  • Hormones, liver, kidneys, and gallbladder.
  • Gallstones and kidney stones.
  • Blood group type and immune system allergy.
  • ABO system and the Rhesus system – O positive blood group and allergy.
  • ABO blood group and disease resistance.
  • Who can repel mosquitos?
  • RhD antigen.
  • Hormones of the pituitary.
  • Increased protein and PMS – do some women need more or less protein?
  • Serotonin, tryptophan, melatonin, and foods.
  • Serotonin – digestive tract and brain.
  • Suicide Prevention Strategy and rates in males and females.
  • Ablation – improving or worsening of PMS symptoms.
  • Prostaglandins and men.
  • Prostaglandins, painful periods, and allergy.
  • Breathe for Cameron Asthma Campaign.
  • Candlelighter’s Children Charity.
  • Teenage Cancer Trust.
  • Yorkshire Cancer Trust.
  • Wine and Health (professional friends of wine) – relates to proteins and Dr Palmisano. Also see ‘saving us from the perils of the grape’ by Warren Barton.
  • Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) and glycoproteins.
  • Limbic system and upper cortex functions.
  • Cerebellum functions.
  • The late renaissance and PMS.
  • PMS – not an enigma.
  • Bees – haploid or diploid?
  • Silent Spring by Rachel Carson.
  • Why is the 2011 film ‘Hysteria’ classed as a comedy when it portrays women in the Victorian era with hysteria and enduring recommendations for a sanatorium, hysterectomy, or imprisonment?
  • Hysterectomy and histamine allergy, depression, premature ageing, nerve damage, lethargy/tiredness, cardiovascular disease, and damage to other organs.
  • My hysterectomy – this op is tough on women, Victoria Lambert, 24/2/13.
  • New bride tells how marriage was almost destroyed by hysterectomy, Debbie Harvey, 12/1/13.
  • Hysterectomy, Encyclopaedia of surgery and risk of death rates.
  • Hysterectomy: The Shocking Truth by Lee Rothberg.
  • Sex, Lies, and secrecy:  Dissecting Hysterectomy, Carol Moore – Ede and David T Susuki, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
  • Indian women pushed into hysterectomies, Jill McGivering, 5/2/13.
  • Earth Mother and offspring – stone age, bronze age, and iron age.
  • Hormones through the looking glass – the Roman Empire, Hippocrates, and the royal dynasty.
  • Sir Flinders Petrie and Egypt in Victorian times.
  • Queen Victoria’s ancesters and descendants – Princess Margaret and puberty onset migraines (also see Dr Katharina Dalton and Migraines), Princess Alice and ovary x-rays/Freud. Russia and haemophilia.  German Bloodline – Hitler and parkinson’s disease.
  • Multiple sclerosis and the Viking trail.
  • The Scandinavian connection, Emma Linguard.
  • The wheat belt of Australia, atopy rates, and deported convicts.
  • Chemically are you Roman or Celtic?
  • Parkinson’s disease and dopamine – medication gambling risk.
  • Caligula, Hitler, Germany, and Parkinson’s disease.
  • Hitler’s mother and breast cancer.
  • Queen Victoria and Ireland.
  • Roman Empire and Ireland.
  • Ireland and coeliac disease rates. Also Ireland and Strontium research.
  • Roman baths and roman circuses around the world including Spain who colonised the Phillipines, Syria, Essex, Bristol, and Beguim (Dr Katharina Dalton was of Dutch Heritage).
  • Pendle Witches and religious competition.
  • Rosalind Franklin, DNA, and ovarian cancer.
  • Autism speaks. Autistic society.  Autism Trust.  Professor Baron-Cohen and Rachel Cohen-Rottenberg re. Female Aspie.
  • A tortured soul: A female Aspie’s story by Emma Thompson.
  • Is PMS a myth some researchers question – Albert Einstein saw the universe as a puzzle and delighted in trying to solve its mysteries, and all he needed was his most valuable tool…his imagination. PMS has been described as an ‘enigma’ which does not help females searching for answers especially if not enough people are interested in the puzzle.
  • Dr Katharina and some 1970s feminists who did not agree with her – did they help to hold back PMS research and were they radical, liberal, socialist, or modern feminists. It is considered that some men’s attitudes as well as the views of old fashioned gynaecologists and psychiatrists were influential.
  • The women who do not suffer from PMS and lack of understanding for those who do does not help PMS women.
  • Dr Katharina Dalton, Telegraph 29/9/94 – despite being the butt of jokes she soldiered on past retirement to help women.
  • 1800s – the united states noted that nervous disorders in women was on a par with Europe and one American physician expressed pleasure that the country was catching up to Europe in the prevalence of hysteria and that the chaise lounge/fainting couch (? menstrual epilepsy) became popular and apparently profitable due to the need for repeated treatments.
  • Diplomatic relations between Greece (see Hippocrates and PMS) and the UK date back to 1834, although political relations go further back in history.
  • Photodynamic therapy.
  • The seven dwarfs of Menopause.
  • Hormone Allergy – unfair label of hypochondria by others.
  • Cholesterol, steroids, proteins, and hormones.
  • Madness of Time Team and Bedlum.
  • Chromosomes and illness.
  • National suicide prevention strategy, department of health, 2012.
  • Asthmatic women may face worsening of symptoms due to menstrual cycle, Kathy Jones, 10/11/12.
  • Cardiovascular risk in women could be predicted by timing of first menstrual cycle, 15/11/12.
  • Myomectomy for fibroids.
  • Hormones as a signal – biosynthesis, storage, transport, recognition, relay, degradation.
  • Effects of hormones.
  • Amines, peptides, and lipids.
  • Linoteic acid and prostaglandins.
  • Arachidonic acid.
  • John’s wort and sunlight sensitivity – prostaglandin and herpericum.
  • The Life story of the Brain.
  • The Endocrine System – The dance of the hormones.
  • Structures deep within the brain.
  • Thalamus, hypothalamus, limbic system.
  • Brainstem and Cerebrum.
  • ACTH, ADH, Gonadotropins, Growth hormones, Prolactin, TSH.
  • Sensation and motion.
  • Cerebral hemispheres.
  • Blood, brain, and major vessels.
  • Lobes of the brain – frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal.
  • Functions and myths of the pineal gland.
  • Flouride and the pineal gland.
  • Prefrontal cortex.
  • Motor cortex.
  • Diencephalon
  • The laughing brain.
  • Ammonia
  • Nitrogen
  • Amino acid.
  • Iodized salt.
  • Biometriology 18/12/09 – heat and cold differences and neuroimmune/endocrine disorders.
  • Serotonin foods – too much or too little?
  • Fluid and electrolyte balance.
  • Electrolytes and electric charge.
  • Atmospheric electricity.
  • Electromagnetics and biology.
  • Electric biology.
  • Functions of the pancreas – endocrine and exocrine.
  • Trypsin and chymotrypsin to digest proteins.
  • Amylase and carbohydrates.
  • Lipase and fats – fatty acids and cholesterol.
  • Glucogon peptide hormone.
  • Thyroid disease, PMS, PCOS, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, addison’s disease, pernicious anaemia, and the pancreas.
  • Estrogen receptor alpha gene and the pancreas.
  • Estrogen receptor alpha gene and thyroid disease/PMS.
  • PRL, LTH. Oxytocin.
  • Estrogen receptors.
  • Helices and estrogen receptors.
  • Albumin and ovalbumin.
  • Ovalbumin and egg whites.
  • Ovalbumin and serpins.
  • Serpins and serine protese inhibitor.
  • Serum albumin.
  • Serum blood.
  • SMART – albumin and vitamin D- binding protein afamin.
  • Functions of afamin.
  • Alpha – fetoprotein.
  • Human GC – glycosylated alpha-globulin.
  • Albumin in urine protein test.
  • Lipinski’s rule of five.
  • Psychneuroimmunology – psychiatry, neurology, immunology.
  • Psychoneuroendocrinology – psychiatry, neurology, endocrinology.
  • Fight-or-flight response.
  • Platelet serotonin and normal haemostasis.
  • Histamine and other amines.
  • Histamine and amine allergy.
  • Histamine allergy after hysterectomy.
  • Histamine allergy and pernicious anaemia.
  • Borderline pernicious anaemia and beyond.
  • PMS and pernicious anaemia.
  • Nutritional Journal Study 2006 – Coeliac disease, anaemia, and thyroid disease.
  • Thrush or candida?
  • Proteins and the liver/kidneys.
  • Why do bananas give me stomach cramps? by Mallory Ferland.
  • Chitanase modifying proteins (CMPS).
  • Banana allergy and chitinases.
  • Banana intolerance and vaso-active amines (serotonin).
  • Vaso active amines.
  • Endocrine allergy, science direct, 1/1/45, pages 1-16.
  • European Journal of Allergy and Immunology – gender differences, sex hormones, and immediate type hypersensitivity reactions.
  • Exercise allergy.
  • Immunoassay analysers.
  • Latex and caffeine sensitivity.
  • Latex allergy and cannabis sensitivity.
  • The 3-Cs and amine intolerance.
  • Tyramine and Phenyl-ethylamine.
  • Vaso active amines.
  • Latex allergy and thyroid disease/pernicious anaemia.
  • Asperger’s syndrome and latex allergy/latex food syndrome.
  • Asperger’s syndrome and amine/salicylate sensitivity.
  • Sinus congestion and hormone changes.
  • Sinus congestion and pregnancy.
  • Hay fever, PMS, thyroid disease, and polyps of the nose.
  • Protein sensitivity.
  • Milk protein sensitivity.
  • Enzymes, Coeliac disease, and dairy.
  • Histamine foods…high and low levels.
  • Dairy diseases.
  • Insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1).
  • Destruction of lactose enzymes.
  • Coeliac disease and protein avenin.
  • Animals fed on grain proteins.
  • Acetylcyteine.
  • Impact whey protein.
  • Fibre.
  • Lignin and fibre.
  • Lignin and wood.
  • Rice protein.
  • Rice protein and pea protein.
  • Sulfa and sulphite allergy.
  • Soya, meat, fish, poultry, fungal, plant/vegetable proteins.
  • Chitin binding protein.
  • Molusk protein.
  • Hydrolytic enzymes.
  • Zinc – carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.
  • Histamine xq28 and VMAT2 gene…Dean Hamer’s research.
  • XY sex-determination system – including the fruit fly.
  • Latex fruit syndrome.
  • The Buzz about fruit flies.
  • X and Y chromosomes.
  • PMS and inflammation.
  • Atopy and inflammation.
  • Dust mite allergy or allergy to pollen in dust.
  • Steroid deficiency.
  • Brown rice vs white rice (B1 and Beriberi).
  • Higgs Boson and electronics.
  • Stress and immunity.
  • Why do we harness the sun?
  • Sun sensitivity.
  • Planting crops with the moon and the tide.
  • Kiwi fruit and latex fruits syndrome – Actinidia.
  • Proteins and antibodies.
  • Cancer and viruses.
  • Chemoreceptor trigger zone.
  • Polyarthritis.
  • Fatigue and arthritis.
  • Types of lupus.
  • Estrogen receptor – alpha and beta.
  • Parotid gland.
  • Cholesterol hormones – the precursor to all steroids.
  • Steroid hormones and receptors.
  • How steroid hormones work.
  • Steroid hormones – vitamin D council.
  • Nongenomic actions of steroids.
  • Steroid hormones biosynthesis.
  • Steroid hormones verses Protein hormones.
  • Allergy/Allergens and steroid hormones.
  • Adrenaline, steroids, allergy, anaphylaxis.
  • Coeliac link to gallbladder – Gluten free society.
  • RS2: sugar beet gene – related to latex allergen Hveb.
  • Skin, allergy, and the immune system.
  • Formication and skin allergy.
  • Spina Bifida and over exposure to latex.
  • Misfolding of proteins – Krebs cycle and energy.
  • Infertility and treatment with egg and soya.
  • Thyroid nodules – a growing epidemic.
  • Testosterone treatments and sexual dysfunction.
  • PMS, PET scans, and serotonin.
  • Serotonin study raises questions about M2P hormone cycling.
  • PMS and Allapregnanolone.
  • The pathogenetic mechanisms of hypothermia in patients with premenstrual syndrome (Russia and PMS).
  • Autism risk of drug taken by thousands of mums for epilepsy, Sophie Borland.
  • The oxytocin factor 1/5/12.
  • Hong Kong and Hormones – international hormone forum 2012.
  • Important functions of oestrogen in men, as well as women.
  • Serotonin can fight fungus – Zoloft.
  • Mind and Madness in Ancient Greece, Bennett Simon.
  • Understanding Glutathione (GSH).
  • Small no longer means impossible – new technique enables study of challenging proteins.
  • Thyroid disease and Dr Durant-Peatfield.
  • Thyroid and omega.
  • Telomors.
  • Gliadin-glycoprotein present in wheat and several other cereals within the grass family Triticum.
  • Anti-gliadin antibodies.
  • The immune system and the nervous system.
  • Imbalances in the autonomic nervous system, known as dysautonomia, are thought to be more common in autoimmune thyroid.
  • Physiological effects of thyroid hormones.
  • Thyroid hormones and central nervous system development.
  • The legacy of electric shock therapy and insulin shock therapy.
  • Blood, urinalysis, and pituitary proteins.
  • Pernicious anaemia and intrinsic factor – a protein made in the stomach.
  • Pernicious anaemia, intrinsic factor, thyroid disease, diabetes, vitiligo.
  • Amino acid and protein metabolism.
  • Diabetes, thyroid disease, and protein metabolism.
  • Protein zonulin linked to coeliac disease.
  • Tryptophan and amine acids.
  • 5-hydroxytrptophan.
  • Serotonergic neuron diversity.
  • Ketone and acetone.
  • Linoleic acid.
  • Lactic acid.
  • Histamine and serotonin – a conceptual approach to carcinogenesis.
  • Arachidonic acid.
  • John’s wort and sunlight sensitivity – prostaglandin and herpericum.
  • Serine protese.
  • Retinoic acid.
  • Mineralocorticoid
  • Cortisol/hydrocortisone.
  • Aldosterone
  • Gluconeogenesis.
  • Zona fasciculate.
  • Leptin.
  • Lutein.
  • Vasopressin.
  • Tripeptide.
  • Cingulate cortex.
  • Executive functions – cognitive processes.
  • Lipid/phospholipid.
  • Leukcotriene C4 – immune system, asthma, and allergic rhinitis.
  • Eicosanoid.
  • Platlet-activating factor.
  • Dehydroepiandrosterone.
  • Glycosyltransferease/microaniopathy.
  • Mating and virulence of candida albicans, Mycologist 2003.
  • Are candida male or female?
  • Dysthemia.
  • The female brain –Scientist’s suggest that eight weeks after conception all brains are female.
  • The female brain, ronal nucleus, and protein expression.
  • Cholesterol and Triglycerides.
  • Hormone sensitive triglycerides.
  • Thyroid hormones and triglycerides.
  • Hormone promotes triglyceride breakdown.
  • Gonadol hormones and triclycerides.
  • Elevated triglycerides.
  • Estrogen and triglycerides.
  • The effect of thyroid and sex hormones on triglycerides.
  • Leptin, cortisol, and insulin.
  • The mimic menopause and irregular periods.
  • Sex hormones and hormone antagonists in malignant disease.
  • From genes to proteins.
  • How do genes make proteins?
  • Glycoproteins.
  • Protein sensitivity.
  • Monomine transporter.
  • G protein-coupled receptor.
  • Making proteins DNA, cell making, and genomes.
  • Human protein atlas.
  • Phylogenetic profiling and proteins.
  • Complete and incomplete proteins.
  • Megaloblastic anaemias.
  • Testosterone study – finger length probed in MND (NHS choices).
  • Protein clumping and MND.
  • Neuroendocrine disturbances in Huntingdon’s disease.
  • Huntingdon’s disease, proteins, and steroid hormone receptors.
  • ADHD and hormones.
  • PMS and blood vessels.
  • Blood vessels and sugar.
  • Sugar and progesterone, oestrogen, testosterone.
  • Sugar and proteins.
  • Too much sugar turns off gene that controls effects of sex steroids, 21/11/07, Science daily.com.
  • Thrush/ candida feeds off wheat and sugar.
  • Proteins and the liver/kidneys.
  • Prions and HRT.
  • Prion and fungal activity.
  • The proteins that prions are made of.
  • DAT scan.
  • Fragile x syndrome, Aspergers, and PMS.
  • Menstrual migraines and pure migraines.
  • Agnus castus and PMS/Vitex.
  • Is pernicious anaemia more common in the middle east?
  • Statistics and prevalence rates of PA.
  • Pineal gland and light.
  • Cortisol, stress, dementia, and hypothyroidism.
  • Thyroid storm.
  • Silent thyroiditis.
  • Rejection of oily fish and omega.
  • Reactive allergy or hormone allergy.
  • Genes and mental health.
  • Local honey and hay fever.
  • Stand by your man – prostate cancer.
  • Dissociative (non-epileptic) attacks more common in females than males, Sturge Weber UK).
  • Diabetes drug and Parkinson’s disease.
  • Tourette’s and latex food syndrome. Tourette’s and Autism.
  • Hyperhidrosis/autosome.
  • Invention of alcohol, thiamine, and vitamin C.
  • The power of the presence and the absence of the menstrual cycle.
  • Minimal risk reducing intervention to avoid surgery – specialists worldwide.
  • Ageing process.
  • Does wheat inhibit serotonin?
  • Impact of iron and selenium deficiency on iodine and thyroid metabolism.
  • Dairy produce, hot sweats, and the menopause.
  • Endogenious opiate peptides.
  • Fibromyalgia, M.E, Chronic fatigue syndrome.
  • Passive aggressive behaviour.
  • Insulin – like growth factor – 1, and insulin-like growth factor-binding protein -3 in women with premenstrual syndrome. Pubmed 1998.
  • PMS and HbA1c levels.
  • Rome’s last empire and the demand for wheat.
  • Loss of or reduced protective instincts.
  • Residual effect.
  • Hay fever and stroke research – antihistamines, PMS, thyroid disease and other endocrine disorders.
  • Gilbert’s syndrome and hormones.
  • Leukaemia boy had a bone marrow transplant which cured peanut allergy.
  • Moyamoya disease and menstrual irregularities.
  • Wilson’s temperature syndrome and PMS.
  • Relieving the pressure – high blood pressure and hormonal imbalance due to adrenal gland nodules (heart matters).
  • Type 1 diabetes and risk of heart disease, Health Day.
  • 175 famous people diagnosed as Autistic or subject to published speculation.
  • Dead behind bars and learning differences in prison, 24/4/14.
  • Life on death row, 24/4/14.
  • Crime Times.
  • Conditions affecting protein absorption and digestion.
  • Genetic conditions affecting protein absorption and digestion.
  • Protein digestibility and absorption.
  • Problems with protein folding/affecting protein folding.
  • Factors affecting amino acid absorption.
  • Dietary factors influencing zinc absorption.
  • Factors affecting iron absorption. Factors for pernicious anaemia.
  • Protein nutrition and mineral absorption.
  • Enzymes and digestion.
  • Vitamin B17 therapy and cancer – The Hunzer tribe and apricot seeds/kernels.
  • Kinesiology and movement.
  • NAET therapy and autism.
  • Stockholm syndrome – women’saccounts.com
  • End of life and terminal agitation.
  • Dignity in dying campaign.
  • Phytoestrogens.
  • Hirsuitism and androgens/PCOs.
  • Hormones, moodswings, and learning differences.
  • European food safety authority – wheat products and DON in urine.
  • PTSD – post trauma (PMS/PMT).
  • BPD and PMS.
  • Personality Disorder.
  • Fruit, iron, and folic acid.
  • Latex fruit syndrome and the fruit fly.
  • Umecrine mood.
  • Latex food syndrome and travelling abroad – incomplete list and new foods.
  • Essential Amino Acids.
  • PKU – amino acid phenylalanine (phe).
  • PLAZGE and Enzyme Az phospholipase.
  • A1 protein in milk – azmilk.co.uk/.
  • Albumin – most abundant protein in human blood plasma and creatinine. Breakdown product of creatinine phosphate in muscle – ACR ratio testing.
  • Endocrine parents and atopic offspring.
  • Frontal lobe personality and behaviour.
  • Urine C-Peptide – creatinine ratio analysis and urine secreation.
  • Familial hypercholesterolaemia: Dr Liev Ose.
  • Oestrogen hormone gel and depression.
  • Women, hormones, and brain tumours.
  • PCOs and brain tumours.
  • Cancer, chemotherapy, and atopy.
  • Turner syndrome and thyroid disease including offspring.
  • Pathology in Healthcare. PMS and Pathology.
  • Premenstrual syndrome linked to high blood pressure, Kathryn Doyle, 3/12/15.
  • Why is premenstrual syndrome still so badly understood?
  • Long or highly irregular menstrual cycle and diabetes.
  • Parathyroid hormones.
  • Teenagers and PMS.
  • Fathers: A guide to teenage PMS.
  • Teens: Deciding the difference between bipolar disorder and PMS, Margaret Fernandez.
  • John Rock’s error.
  • Folliculinum: mist or miasm? Melissa Assilem.
  • Grey matter abnormalities and PMS.
  • Research suggests that PMS may not be a psychiatric disorder, New York Times, 22/1/98, Jane Broady.
  • Women told they are mentally ill when they are crippled by period pain, 18/7/11.
  • Acting up: is hysteria all in the mind? Laura Barrett, 25/7/11.
  • Reprieve days when a woman does not have PMS symptoms may be few.
  • Serotonin rich foods.
  • PMS – oestrogen, progesterone, or testosterone?
  • PMS ignited by puberty, contraceptive pills, ablation, pregnancy and childbirth.
  • Human brain and stress.
  • The Brain from Top to Bottom.
  • Amagdala – emotional expression, aggressive behaviour, and processing emotional memories.
  • Amagdala, PMS, Brain imaging and progesterone.
  • Negative imprints on the brain – post trauma and lingering emotions.
  • Hormones and mood disorders in women, Dr Carmine Pariente, 26/1/12.
  • Actress Claire Sweeney, Loose women show, collapsed with periods and contraceptives helped.
  • Menstrual cycle rhythms in brain images.
  • Menstrual brain changes seen, 25/10/05.
  • Brain – derived neurotrophic factor MET, Joanna Spencer.
  • Amines and foods.
  • Prevalence of thyroid nodules – do they block the normal flow of brain outputs?
  • High resolution thyroid ultrasonography.
  • Hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid, adrenals, gonads.
  • Hypothalamus and response to light, olfactory, steroids neutrally transmitted info (particularly of head, stomach, and reproductive organs), autonomic outputs, blood-borne stimuli such as leptin/ghrelin/angiotensin/insulin/pituitary hormones/cytokines plasma concentrations of glucose and osmolarity/invading organisms by increasing body temperature and resetting the body’s thermostat upward.
  • Insulin resistance tests and hypothalamus/pituitary.
  • Region, nucleus, function tables, secreted hormones, and immune response.
  • Human hormones and hormone table.
  • Types of ulcerative colitis – crohns and colitis foundation.
  • reversible ischemic colitis in young women – assoication with oral contraceptive use, 1995. Deena DG, Dean P.
  • PMS, before or after contraceptives.
  • PMS, before or after pregnancy.
  • Contraceptives and atopic, before or after.
  • Anaesthetic surgery and atopic, before or after.
  • Blood and organ donation.
  • Allergy, inflammation and donation.
  • Endometriosis and PMS.
  • Science daily: Trans fats linked to increased endometriosis risk and omega-3 rich foods linked to lower risk.
  • Polycystic ovaries and PMS.
  • The relationship between insulin secretion, thyroid, and ovary function.
  • Uterine fibroids and PMS.
  • Adenomyosis.
  • Hypogynodism and infertility: A guide for men, Pituitary Foundation.
  • Hormone and protein related cancers in males and females.
  • Mutiple endocrine neoplasia.
  • Target for thyroid cancer, 4/1/12.
  • Essential gene profiles in breast, pancreatic, and ovarian cancer cells, 29/12/11.
  • Hormonal carcinogenesis – hormones and steroids.
  • Glucose transporters in sex steroid hormone related cancer.
  • Cytochrome P450 polymorphisms as risk factors for steroid hormones.
  • Breast and prostate cancer cohort consortium.
  • Bracca cancer.
  • DNA database £100 miliion bid to cut cancer deaths 10/12/12.
  • Essential Thrombocythemia.
  • Children and hormone studies?
  • Parents and hormone studies?
  • McCune – Albright syndrome.
  • Growth delay and insulin.
  • Children learn what they live – Dorothy Law Nolte.
  • I saw a child – John Anthony Davies.
  • The Garden – Take That Circus Album.
  • High Flight – An Airman’s Ecstacy, John MaGee 1922 – 1941.
  • One body, another soul.
  • Anhedonia – the breakdown of the brain’s reward system.
  • Anhedonia and drug addiction withdrawal.
  • Major depressive disorder.
  • PMS, menopause, and psychosis.
  • Charles Dickens – Boxing Day 1851 and observations of insanity in men and women.
  • 28 Days: what your cycle reveals about your love life, moods, and potential.  Gabrielle Lichterman.
  • Mania and endocrine/hormone disorders.
  • Mania and hypomania.
  • Mixed affective episodes and bipolar.
  • PMS, schizophrenia label, and depression.
  • Schizophrenia label and endocrine/hormone disorders.
  • Mind Mapping – university of Cambridge.
  • Boozing and your brain – hormones and proteins.
  • What’s the deal on drugs – illicit drug use and effects on the brain.
  • Progesterone induced PMD.
  • PMD with absent menstruation.
  • Eating disorders and body dysmorphia.
  • Neurobiological brain disorder or neurobiological disorder.
  • Cortex and limbic system.
  • Impulse buying and PMS. Telegraph 30/3/09, Mathew Moore.
  • Why women splash out on luxury items, Mailonline, 19/9/10.
  • Women’s cavity rates and food cravings with hormone changes such as PMS and Baby Blues, Brigham and Women’s hospital.
  • Akira endo and statins.
  • Myelin changes with MS and Alzheimers.
  • PMS and candida.
  • Homogenous and cladistics.
  • Thyroid, lipid, cholesterol, and calcium.
  • Conn’s syndrome.
  • Spare tyre warning and heart disease.
  • Adrenal fatigue.
  • Synacthen Test.
  • DHEA steroid hormone.
  • Genetic cause of complex diseases seen in Irish traveller community – Endocrine society.
  • Cushing’s syndrome.
  • Dr Lam – OAT Axis.
  • Protein hormones and steroid hormones.
  • Kidney and liver hormones.
  • Osmolority regulation.
  • Hormones and fluid balance.
  • Hormones, Alzheimers, and the fountain of youth.
  • Thyroid hormones role in Autism/Asperger’s syndrome.
  • 8-Laterality, deslexia, and hormones.
  • Dysphraxia and PMS.
  • Hormones, MS, and the immune system.
  • Cuddle hormone makes men more empathetic, 30/4/10.
  • Autism and oxytocin.
  • Neurons, hormones, and harems, Victoria Costello, 13/8/11.
  • Sleep disturbance and demon in the bedroom disorder.
  • Hormone and Atopy Stress.
  • Life Stress.
  • Anxiety and Stress Management.
  • Narcissitic personality.
  • Simplify your life and donate what you do not need to charity to help others.
    14 Inspirational Quotes on Simplifying Your Life, by Henrick Edberg.

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