(HealthDay News) -- The thyroid gland, found in the front of the
neck just below the voicebox, produces a vital hormone that helps
control your body's metabolism. When it doesn't produce enough of
this hormone, the condition is called hypothyroidism.
The U.S. National Library of Medicine says the following
symptoms may indicate hypothyroidism:
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