Facts about HGH

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Nov 302011
 

There’s something about hgh that attracts both sexes across the globe. Production of HGH, more technically known as human growth hormone, is accomplished in the brain’s pituitary gland. The gland is located in the brain’s center. Continue reading »

Nov 072011
 

Bruising can occur for a number of reasons. Most of them are benign; some may be serious. Some people simply bruise more than others. Certainly older people bruise much more easily than younger folks. Continue reading »

Aug 032011
 

University of Pittsburgh researchers have identified a region of one human chromosome — number 10 of the 23 we all carry — as the home of a gene associated with a high risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

People with both the newly identified gene and another genetic risk factor, called APOE E4, can have a 16-fold increase in their risk for the disease, the researchers say.

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We need to first learn all about the human growth hormone stimulator, and why it is required, to understand its importance, or if we really require it at all.

Human growth hormone, or HGH as it is sometimes called in the medical community, is a hormone produced by the human pituitary gland. This glad is located deep in the human brain; this gland secrets human growth hormone, which helps heal many human body functions and also helps with human body processes. Continue reading »

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