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In Moods, Emotions, and Aging ...
In Moods, Emotions, and Aging Hormones and the Mind-Body Connection (Rowman & Littlefield, $29.39) Phyllis J. Bronson, Ph.D. with Rebecca Bronson, Ph.D. address the relationship between hormones and an aging woman's moods.
Phyllis Bronson, who has a doctorate in biochemistry, is president of Biochemical Consulting and The Biochemical Research Foundation.
research focuses on the biological impact of molecules on mood and emotion.
relies on her
research on human identical hormones in her
work with women suffering from hormone-based mood disorders.
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"I know the Lay story more than most in the Aspen area," said Dr. Phyllis Bronson, a founder of Aspen Clinic for Preventive and Environmental Medicine, which has received money from Lay.
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Phyllis Bronson, Ph.D.Mood Disorders: Anxiety and Depression Phyllis Bronson is a founding partner of the Aspen Clinic for Preventive and Environmental Medicine.She is on the faculty of The American Academy of Environmental Medicine and the International Society of Orthomolecular Medicine, Research Associate at The University of Denver and head of The Biochemical Research Foundation, which has completed a four year study on women's moods, and is currently researching the mood biochemistry of children.Back to top
Stay Connected Newsletter | March 2012
An Interview with Dr. Phyllis Bronson
We had an opportunity to speak with Dr. Phyllis Bronson, a recognized expert on the influence that hormones have on moods and emotions.
Dr. Bronson holds a doctorate in molecular chemistry, and she currently teaches and continues to conduct research at the University of Denver.
doctoral thesis focused on the molecular structure of progesterone; specifically, the significant molecular difference in the fat-soluble structure of "real" progesterone and the water-soluble structure of medroxyprogesterone, and how this difference impacts a person psychologically.
Dr. Bronson's work as a clinical biochemist enables her to continue to explore the relationships between hormones and psychology, gathering data as she works alongside practitioners while assisting them with patients. in fact, Dr. Bronson is currently working on a book with the tentative title Hormones, Mood and Emotion, Finding Balance As We Age, which intends to bring the observations she has amassed through her years of research to the general public.
One of the things we learned during our interview is Dr. Bronson's
dislike for the word "anti-aging" when it comes to describing hormone therapies.
explained that she
sees the body more....
Hormones, Moods & Emotion: An Interview with Phyllis Bronson
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PHYLLIS J. BRONSON
BIOCHEMICAL CONSULTING COMPANY
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100 East Main Street Aspen, Colorado 81611
Phyllis Bronson, Ph.D., holds a doctorate in biochemistry and is a Associate Professor at The University of Denver Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry.
ongoing research involves studying the biological impact of molecules on mood and emotion.
In partnership with Kenton Bruce, M.D., an ob/gyn, Dr. Bronson works with women who have hormone-based mood disorders utilizing her original research on human identical hormones.
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