Growth hormoneGrowth hormone GH or HGHalso known as somatotropin or somatropinis a hormone responsible for growth, cell reproduction and regeneration in humans and other animals. Growth hormone is used as a prescription drug in medicine to treat children's and adults growth disorders. HGH is a very complex hormone, and many of its functions are still human growth hormone wikipedia. Oxandrin withdrawal human growth hormone wikpiedia developed in and approved by the FDA for specific uses in children and adults. In children, HGH injections are approved for treating hman stature of human growth hormone wikipedia cause as well as poor growth due to a number of medical causes, including:.
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Content was integrated into growth hormone. For a variety of reasons explained near the end of growth hormone treatment , "human growth hormone" is no longer the preferred name in a physiological or medical context. Why use the term "nonsense? The page in its existing form was not a real disambiguation page, but more of an index to articles pertaining to a common topic.
All of the articles were already linked at the top of growth hormone , except for HGH controversies which was linked in the growth hormone treatment article that was linked at the top of the main GH article. All of the pages linking to HGH were pertaining to growth hormone itself, which the GH article describes. Since the destination is obvious, disambiguation is unneccessary, and I've converted the page to a redirect.
I am going to have to agree with Riotgear, this isn't a dab page. Dab pages are for a set of articles with the same name, not to list out articles related to the subject. Either this needs to be expanded into into an article with these links or redirected. Also, HGH is a dab page that directs to this page, which is bad as well, a dab page should never link to another dab page.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. We had an article spelling out the details until another editor who defends health fraud and dishonesty as just another respectable POV forced its removal. I changed the phrase from "nonsense promulgated by the internet" to "lacking approval by the medical community" to conform with policy in the way the policy page suggested. The editor that removed details from another page did not act properly according to the policy, the controversy should be explained, not hidden.
Many of the HGH "information" and products meet all criteria to be described as such. Nonsense is not an objective term, "making sense" is an individual feat and thus subjective. Fraud has an objective measure, and that's why its kept. And on a personal level, I would agree with you that it all qualifies as garbage, but I know my opinions have nothing to do with this encyclopedia.
Let me note that one man's "accuracy" is another man's "subjective opinion". It leads to edit wars, it does not work for a collaborative encyclopedia. And please don't tell me to go elsewhere when you're the one who disagrees with one of the three core principals of Wikipedia. In the case of GH itself, which is the most likely situation, it takes 1 less step, in any other case, it takes the same number of steps because the links are already right on the top of the GH page. ALL of the links to the human growth hormone page are in reference to growth hormone , so it makes no sense for a disambiguation page to be in here when it is NOT ambiguous what people are looking for, it just gives them one MORE link to click.