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Thyroid disorders

Thyroid health affects all aspects of well being, both genders, all ages

It is estimated that 200 million people in the world have some form of thyroid disease. In Canada there is a staggering number of people affected. Recent studies indicate that 1 in 10 Canadians suffer from a thyroid condition of one type or another! Of those, as many as 50% are undiagnosed!

This page describes the differences between an overactive thyroid gland and an under active. 

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