"Voices In America" with Host James Earl Jones to Dedicate a New Segment for Public Television on Hyperthyroidism

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This interesting and complicated condition is discussed in new content...

"Voices in America," the news magazine program hosted by legendary actor James Earl Jones, has recently announced that it will dedicate a new segment in an upcoming episode entirely to the topic of hyperthyroidism. Hyperthyroidism is a condition that is affecting the lives of millions of people around the world on a daily basis, though medical technology has advanced recently in a number of interesting and promising ways.

Hyperthyroidism is a very specific type of medical condition where a person's thyroid gland produces far too much of a particular type of hormone called thyroxine. This is contrary to hypothyroidism, which is essentially the exact opposite situation. Hyperthyroidism has been known to cause many different complications in affected patients including rapid weight loss, an irregular heart beat, sudden bouts of sweating, irritability and more. There are many different treatment options available for people with this condition to choose from depending on their needs.

"Voices in America" has been a completely independent production since its original inception and will always remain as such. As a result, it is not affiliated with neither APT nor PBS in any way. "Voices in America" currently airs on most Public Television Stations in markets across the country - check local listings for showtimes and airing information.

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