Impact of hormones on aging

Hilton, Lisette
January 2007
Dermatology Times;Jan2007, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p75
Trade Publication
The article explains the roles of specific hormones in the aging process. It discusses advantages and disadvantages of using dehydroepiandrosterone, growth hormone and testosterone. The article report that age management experts are focusing on the three hormones to slow the aging process and prevent age-related disease.


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