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By PCOS Health Care Professionals
Welcome to the new PCOSA Health Articles section of our website. In an effort to expand the quantity and quality of information we bring our visitors we have partnered with doctors and health care professionals that understand PCOS to write articles on topics that can help you improve your life.
» Natural Treatments May Help Hair Loss Related to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
By: Dr. Heather DeLuca ND (October 25, 2012)
Did you know that hair loss in women is common?
» 5 Guidelines for PCOS - PCOS Health
By: Dr. Heather DeLuca ND (October 18, 2012)
There are steps to take to improve health and quality of life when you have PCOS.
» Can Cinnamon Alleviate PCOS Symptoms?
By: Dr. Heather DeLuca ND (October 11, 2012)
This botanical can help alleviate PCOS symptoms and treat underlying conditions associated with PCOS and increased health risks.
» A Cancer Prevention Diet Can Reduce PCOS Symptoms
By: Dr. Heather DeLuca ND (October 4, 2012)
Infrequent periods, insulin resistance, and obesity have been linked to increased cancer risk.
» PCOS and Nutraceuticals
By: Dr. Heather DeLuca ND (September 27, 2012)
Those who have PCOS may seek treatment of it and that treatment may in fact include the use of pure nutraceuticals.
» Why Saw Palmetto Can Help Reduce PCOS Symptoms
By: Dr. Heather DeLuca ND (September 20, 2012)
Saw Palmetto is being studied as a natural approach in terms of treating hormonal imbalances.
» PCOS Treatment Based on Stress Reduction
By: Dr. Heather DeLuca ND (September 13, 2012)
For PCOS treatment to be effective, individuals need to learn to control stress.
» Can Flaxseed Help Alleviate PCOS Symptoms?
By: Dr. Heather DeLuca ND (September 6, 2012)
Flaxseed is one of the new superfoods scientists have discovered and a PCOS diet that contains this botanical can help you manage PCOS symptoms.
» Can Chromium Supplements Improve Insulin Sensitivity and Help My PCOS?
By: Dr. Heather DeLuca ND (August 30, 2012)
Chromium is a mineral that can improve insulin activity and can help reduce the insulin resistance in PCOS.