Hormones Matter Top 100 Articles

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Hormones Matter Top 100 Articles
Over the last year we have been fortunate to work with dozens of incredible writers. Because of their talent, their skill, and their advocacy efforts, our reach and readership grows regularly. Many of the articles on this list continue to receive daily traffic even though some were written over a year ago. We expect the page views to continue growing over the next year. Kudos to the authors of these articles, you know who you are. Please take credit for your success publicly in the comments section.

About Hormones Matter

If you’re new to Hormones Matter and just stumbling on to this post, take a look at the list, I think you’ll find that we offer an amazing resource for health and medical science information. Our articles are foundational resources in an ever expanding library of health research. We don’t do the fly-by-night, churn and burn posts so common on most health media. We don’t publish PR. We publish the research and the personal stories that give meaning to medicine and medical science.

Where else can you find articles on everything from sciatic endometriosis and adhesions to the pharmacology of the latest libido drugs? Where else can you find discussions of neural pathways and diseasemitochondrial dysfunction and cyclic vomiting syndrome, research on vaccine reactionsantibiotic resistance, and personal stories of deadly, little known infections along side novel research on endocrine disruptors and environmental news? Nowhere else. That’s because we cover difficult topics at Hormones Matter, topics other health organizations are loathe to address. We analyze the complicated research and give readers a depth of information not available anywhere else. Here are our top articles to date.

Hormones Matter Top 100 Articles

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  1. I should have mentioned that I credit the HERS Foundation for most of my knowledge about the effects of female organ removal and other gynecologic procedures.

  2. Wow – I am flattered that two of my five articles got the 2nd and 3rd most views. The information I provided is vital to women and I hope they find it before undergoing treatment for a gynecologic issue.

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