Thyroid issues are more common than we would like them to be, especially knowing all of the additional health issues that come from thyroid dysfunction.
It seems prevention is the key when it comes to most health issues, including thyroid dysfunction. But is there a need to protect some people more than others?
Are some people simply more likely to develop a thyroid dysfunction in their lifetime than others?
Yes, unfortunately, that is the exact case at hand.
Some people are simply living with the risk of developing hypothyroidism or even thyroid cancer.
But who exactly is that? And most importantly – why?