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BioBalance Health is a medical practice that specializes in Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement, Weight Loss, and Medical Esthetics. Each week Dr. Kathy Maupin discusses important medical topics, and offers advice on hormone replacement and anti-aging strategies. See the full video at www.biobalancehealth.com Dr. Kathy Maupin, M.D. is a leading expert in bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, and in treating the symptoms of aging. She is also the author of “The Secret Female Hormone“, the seminal work about hormone replacement therapy for women.

Latest Episodes

Pheochromocytoma

Pheochromocytoma - A rare tumor of adrenal gland tissue. It results in the release of too much epinephrine and norepinephrine, hormones that control heart rate, metabolism, and blood pressure.

21 MIN2 days ago
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Pheochromocytoma

Theories of Addiction Treatment

In the early days of addiction treatment, the focus was on alcohol and drugs. The theories about what was going on with the patient and why, focused on the specifics of physical craving for the addictive ingredient and treatment was primarily an outgrowth of the 12 step concepts of Bill W. What we had learned was that you had to continue to absorb more and more of a substance to which you were addicted in order to try to achieve the same level of pay off from the substance.

22 MIN1 weeks ago
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Theories of Addiction Treatment

Clinical Treatment for Post-Menopausal Bleeding

Before menopause women have periods every 21-30 days, or monthly. Most women can anticipate when they are going to have a period and are prepared for it, so it becomes a fact of life.

24 MIN2 weeks ago
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Clinical Treatment for Post-Menopausal Bleeding

Sex and Libido in America

This week we look at the question of why more older Americans are getting divorced than ever before, even more frequently than younger Americans? It is an intriguing problem for us to encounter. People who become single in their sixties or seventies or older have always had to deal with the death of a spouse putting them out in the world alone.

22 MINAUG 23
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Sex and Libido in America

Filling Your Prescription does not Treat the Problem, unless you Take the Medicine!

There are many obstacles to medical treatment that prevent improvement of a patients’ symptoms, but the most common and obvious roadblock is the lack of patient compliance. It seems simplistic, but the fact that you are given a prescription and you fill it at your pharmacy does not mean you will get better unless you actually take your medication as the prescription instructs you to take it.

17 MINAUG 16
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Filling Your Prescription does not Treat the Problem, unless you Take the Medicine!

New Information about Early Alzheimer’s Detection

Doctors have begun to discover a breakthrough in being able to determine if you are one of those people who are likely to develop Alzheimer’s. There are new tests that you can take and can predict more reliably that you are in that at -risk group. Some people do not want to take these tests, because they do not want to know about impending negative consequences.

14 MINAUG 15
Comments
New Information about Early Alzheimer’s Detection

Obesity and Early Onset Colorectal Cancer

Women who have genetic predispositions to develop cancers and are under the age of 50 are more at risk if their BMI is over 24.5. In fact, the risk is twice as high for them to develop colorectal cancer if they are obese. (a BMI of 30 or more).

16 MINAUG 5
Comments
Obesity and Early Onset Colorectal Cancer

Treatment Choices and Sexuality with Regard to Breast Cancer

This week we are talking about a question written to Dr. Roach and published in the St. Louis Post Dispatch, a letter written by a 68 -year old sexually active woman to Dr. Roach asking about the best form of treatment for her breast cancer. She wanted to deal with the cancer, and she wanted to be able to remain sexually active.

10 MINJUL 26
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Treatment Choices and Sexuality with Regard to Breast Cancer

The Business of Healthcare Depends on the Exploitation of Doctors and Nurses!

According to a recent New York Times article there are now 10 administrators for every doctor working in hospitals in America. The number of administrators has increased over 3000% between 1975 and 2010. Please read that again! Do you wonder why healthcare costs so much and where does the money go? Think about what the increase in administrative and support staff has added to the cost of any procedure or hospital stay.

20 MINJUL 19
Comments
The Business of Healthcare Depends on the Exploitation of Doctors and Nurses!

PMS is Not Just a Cliché

For many years, women have been told that PMS was not a real thing. Many women, in particular those who consider themselves to be feminists, were offended by the cultural messages that seemed to dismiss and diminish women as being hormonally imbalanced and emotionally unstable and unpredictable because they had periods.

16 MINJUL 19
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PMS is Not Just a Cliché

Latest Episodes

Pheochromocytoma

Pheochromocytoma - A rare tumor of adrenal gland tissue. It results in the release of too much epinephrine and norepinephrine, hormones that control heart rate, metabolism, and blood pressure.

21 MIN2 days ago
Comments
Pheochromocytoma

Theories of Addiction Treatment

In the early days of addiction treatment, the focus was on alcohol and drugs. The theories about what was going on with the patient and why, focused on the specifics of physical craving for the addictive ingredient and treatment was primarily an outgrowth of the 12 step concepts of Bill W. What we had learned was that you had to continue to absorb more and more of a substance to which you were addicted in order to try to achieve the same level of pay off from the substance.

22 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Theories of Addiction Treatment

Clinical Treatment for Post-Menopausal Bleeding

Before menopause women have periods every 21-30 days, or monthly. Most women can anticipate when they are going to have a period and are prepared for it, so it becomes a fact of life.

24 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Clinical Treatment for Post-Menopausal Bleeding

Sex and Libido in America

This week we look at the question of why more older Americans are getting divorced than ever before, even more frequently than younger Americans? It is an intriguing problem for us to encounter. People who become single in their sixties or seventies or older have always had to deal with the death of a spouse putting them out in the world alone.

22 MINAUG 23
Comments
Sex and Libido in America

Filling Your Prescription does not Treat the Problem, unless you Take the Medicine!

There are many obstacles to medical treatment that prevent improvement of a patients’ symptoms, but the most common and obvious roadblock is the lack of patient compliance. It seems simplistic, but the fact that you are given a prescription and you fill it at your pharmacy does not mean you will get better unless you actually take your medication as the prescription instructs you to take it.

17 MINAUG 16
Comments
Filling Your Prescription does not Treat the Problem, unless you Take the Medicine!

New Information about Early Alzheimer’s Detection

Doctors have begun to discover a breakthrough in being able to determine if you are one of those people who are likely to develop Alzheimer’s. There are new tests that you can take and can predict more reliably that you are in that at -risk group. Some people do not want to take these tests, because they do not want to know about impending negative consequences.

14 MINAUG 15
Comments
New Information about Early Alzheimer’s Detection

Obesity and Early Onset Colorectal Cancer

Women who have genetic predispositions to develop cancers and are under the age of 50 are more at risk if their BMI is over 24.5. In fact, the risk is twice as high for them to develop colorectal cancer if they are obese. (a BMI of 30 or more).

16 MINAUG 5
Comments
Obesity and Early Onset Colorectal Cancer

Treatment Choices and Sexuality with Regard to Breast Cancer

This week we are talking about a question written to Dr. Roach and published in the St. Louis Post Dispatch, a letter written by a 68 -year old sexually active woman to Dr. Roach asking about the best form of treatment for her breast cancer. She wanted to deal with the cancer, and she wanted to be able to remain sexually active.

10 MINJUL 26
Comments
Treatment Choices and Sexuality with Regard to Breast Cancer

The Business of Healthcare Depends on the Exploitation of Doctors and Nurses!

According to a recent New York Times article there are now 10 administrators for every doctor working in hospitals in America. The number of administrators has increased over 3000% between 1975 and 2010. Please read that again! Do you wonder why healthcare costs so much and where does the money go? Think about what the increase in administrative and support staff has added to the cost of any procedure or hospital stay.

20 MINJUL 19
Comments
The Business of Healthcare Depends on the Exploitation of Doctors and Nurses!

PMS is Not Just a Cliché

For many years, women have been told that PMS was not a real thing. Many women, in particular those who consider themselves to be feminists, were offended by the cultural messages that seemed to dismiss and diminish women as being hormonally imbalanced and emotionally unstable and unpredictable because they had periods.

16 MINJUL 19
Comments
PMS is Not Just a Cliché