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Anil Kumar, PhD  | Last updated: Nov 2, 2018 Introduction Thyroid hormones are key to everyday health. Abnormal thyroid levels can have serious consequences on metabolism, growth, and development. Overt hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism are common thyroid disorders that occur due to abnormal levels of TSH (also called thyroid-stimulating hormone or thyrotropin). The risk of these disorders during lifetime are quite high, especially in senior population. One

    Anil Kumar, PhD  | Last updated Sep 19, 2018 Thyroid in pregnancy is required for baby's development, mother's health, and normal pregnancy. It is especially important for development of an infant's central nervous system. Because the baby's thyroid is not fully developed until second trimester, a mother's thyroid requirements increase during pregnancy. The levels fluctuate significantly in the first half of