Kathleen Doheny

Journalist
Los Angles, CA

About Kathleen Doheny

Kathleen Doheny is a Los Angeles-based journalist specializing in health, behavior, and fitness topics. She writes for a variety of health websites and print publications, including EndocrineWeb, WebMD, OnTrackDiabetes, Senior Planet, Practical Pain Management, and others. 

Articles Written by Kathleen Doheny

Intragastric Balloon Deaths: What the FDA Wants You to Know
09/13/2017 - The recent FDA alert about deaths related to the intragastric balloons for weight loss has triggered concern and questions. This update outlines which balloon systems are associated with the recall, and what to do if you already have one inserted. 
Can Chemicals in Plastics Boost Teens' Risk of Diabetes?
07/20/2015 - Teens who eat food that's been packaged in plastic wrap or stored in plastic food containers may be at higher risk of getting diabetes, according to new research published in the July 2015 Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism.
Graves’ Disease May Develop in Response to Multiple Sclerosis Treatment
09/18/2018 - The favored treatment for active MS is alemuzumab (Lemtrada) which often leads to development of Graves' disease, require close follow-up for months or even years.
Cell Phones and Cancer: Link Found
Cell phone and cancer study shows link
Telemedicine in the Age of COVID-19
Telemedicine in the Age of COVID-19: What patients should know
Levothyroxine for Sluggish Thyroids: Weekly or Daily?
07/06/2016 - Weekly doses of levothyroxine may improve compliance and work as well as daily, study finds. Not everyone thinks it's a good idea.
Can Vitamin D Help Beat COVID-19?
Research suggests that Vitamin D may be protective against the Coronavirus.
The Link Between Weight and Vitamin D
Could vitamin D be the key to weight loss?
Testosterone Therapy Aids Type 2 Diabetes Remission
Testosterone shows potential to reverse diabetes in men
What Is Graves' Disease?
Graves’ disease is the most common cause of hyperthyroidism, a disorder that causes the thyroid to produce too much thyroid hormone and can cause bulging eyes.

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