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Thyroid disorders frequently undiagnosed especially in women

Thyroid disorder is frequently underdiagnosed, especially in women. Symptoms include dramatic weight increase, tiredness, depression, hair loss, cold hands and cold feet. The condition can be readily treated once diagnosed.

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About: Thyroid disorders frequently undiagnosed especially in women

Date: 6 November 2004

Source: Capital News 9

Author: Julie Chapman


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