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  • n. Plural form of estrogen.


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  • When the female hormones called estrogens were identified, it seemed natural for physicians and women alike to promote their use in restoring the femininity lost following menopause.

    Getting in Nature's Way

  • They can supply some plant estrogens, which is where I think the benefits outweigh the risk, and that may moderate some of the symptoms you feel from lack of estrogen.

    CNN Transcript Apr 12, 2001

  • The two new studies were conducted to look at the link between a higher risk of dementia and women being treated with CEEs-conjugated equine estrogens, which is hormone treatment with either estrogen or estrogen plus progestin.


  • "Natural estrogens in milk are thousands of time more potent estrogens than BPA," he stated during the live chat.

    Barbara Ficarra: Are Plastic Bottles Toxic?

  • Parabens are xeno-estrogens, or chemicals that can act like estrogens in our bodies.

    Dr. Nalini Chilkov: Study Finds Parabens in Cosmetics Linked to Breast Cancer

  • But Aprela combines conjugated estrogens in a single pill with another drug, bazedoxifene, that may mitigate the risks of conjugated estrogens alone.

    Pfizer Set to Seek Aprela Nod

  • Aprela contains an active ingredient found in the older drugs, known as conjugated estrogens, which are derived from the urine of pregnant horses.

    Pfizer Set to Seek Aprela Nod

  • Small Change Solution: Soy foods contain isoflavones, or plant estrogens, some of which have weak estrogen activity and—in animal studies—appear to protect against hormone-dependent cancers.

    The Small Change Diet

  • Natural estrogens in milk are thousands of time more potent estrogens than BPA.

    Barbara Ficarra: Are Plastic Bottles Toxic?

  • The researchers proposed that the estrogen activity is from xeno-estrogens leaking from the plastic bottles, or in the case of glass bottles, from plastic used in the bottling process.

    Estrogens Found in Bottled Water


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