Mar
09

How Hormones are Disrupting the Oncology Industry

Why is there increased morbidity and mortality in those that don’t take ERT? This is simply because there is an increase in breast cancer recurrence in prior cancer survivors, around 350/10,000 women (that don’t take HRT). This does not mean, though, that taking estrogen increases the risk. However, those that do take BHRT do benefit from HRT despite the resistance from oncologists. The increase in breast cancer recurrence at baseline should not be extrapolated to what happens with treatment. In every study, treatment with estrogen decreases breast cancer risk. Observation at baseline does not prove causation. The most recent issue of JAMA proved that the only drug to decrease breast cancer mortality was estrogen! It was not a SERM or AI.

By Neal Rouzier | Blog . Cancer . Case Studies . Disease
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Mar
02

Meta-Analyses of the Risks, Benefits, Complications, Adverse events, and Outcomes Associated with Testosterone Replacement

One would think that the cardiovascular and endocrine worlds would embrace this as a gamechanger for preventing both diabetes and CVD.
Not so.

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Jun
09

Not All Hormones Are Created Equal: Bio-Identical Hormones Vs. Synthetic Hormones

Although not all hormones are created equal, you may find that when speaking to your doctor about hormone therapy, the names are used interchangeably and without regard for source or structure. That’s why it’s important for you to know the disparities in hormonal therapy and how those variations can make a huge difference in how you feel and your overall, long-term health.

By Worldlink Medical | Blog . EBook . HRT Tips & Insights
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Apr
20

Creating Leads & Generating Conversions From Social Media Profiles

Creating Leads & Generating Conversions From Social Media Profiles In this 3 part blog series, How To Grow On Social Media, we have stressed the value of social media as a mechanism to increase your business. However, we have yet to touch on how social media profiles can drive revenue. While most understand that having a big
By Worldlink Medical | Blog . Marketing
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Apr
15

5 Strategies to Accelerate the Growth of your Social Media Accounts

5 Strategies to Accelerate the Growth of your Social Media Accounts Growing your accounts will not just happen over time, even if you are posting everyday. This is because platforms like Instagram and others may be diminishing their organic reach. Social media platforms are now big business. The data clearly shows us that having a large social
By Worldlink Medical | Blog . Marketing
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Apr
07

How to Grow via Social Media

Growing Through Social Media If you are interested in learning more about the value and efficacy of Bioidentical hormones in HRT as an alternative to medication-based therapies, please consider our four part hormone optimization workshop series. Table of Contents Growing Through Social Media How Does Social Media Work? How to Make the Algorithm Work for You
By Worldlink Medical | Blog . Marketing
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Apr
02

Nurse Practitioner Provides Personalized Direct Primary Care

Karl Lambert, ARNP Would Never Go Back to the “Sickness Model” of Traditional Medical Practice In 2014, nurse practitioner Karl Lambert heard about the Academy of Preventive & Innovative Medicine by Worldlink Medical. A colleague told him about hormone optimization with bioidentical hormones and he was intrigued. If you are interested in learning more about the
By Worldlink Medical | Blog . Business Development
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Mar
02

Providers Overcome Healthcare Burnout By Changing Their Practice Model

Every occupation has its occupational hazards.

Nurses get stuck with needles. Police officers and military personnel get shot with real bullets in the line of duty. Firefighters get burned and suffer from smoke inhalation.

In 1860, Orange, New Jersey physician J. Addison Freeman published an article in The Transactions of the Medical Society of New Jersey entitled “Mercurial Disease Among Hatters.” (1) Dr. Freeman gave a clinical account of symptoms common among people who worked in the hat-making industry. This occupational hazard earned affected hat makers the term “Mad Hatter” for the psychological and neurological symptoms of erethism or mercury poisoning. (18)

What if we discovered that members of a specific occupation group had high rates of depression, physical and emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and lack of a sense of personal accomplishment?

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Jul
26

9 Medical Practice Marketing Tips for Success

9 Medical Practice Marketing Tips for Success Wow, this looks like a long post! Well, quite frankly it is. But hang in there, because we are willing to bet that you will get some amazing and practical takeaways that will help you for the better! Whether you are just starting a practice or simply seeking
By Worldlink Medical | Blog . Marketing
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Jul
21

The 7 Hormones Everyone Should Know

An overview of DHEA, Melatonin, Pregnenolone, Thyroid, Testosterone, Estrogen, and Progesterone

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