T.S. Wiley

Author, 'Sex, Lies and Menopause'

T.S. Wiley is the author of “Sex, Lies & Menopause,” Harper Collins,
2003, the hypothesis of which explains why postponing marriage and
motherhood, women have accelerated the aging process and put
themselves in the bull's eye for breast cancer. The book also examines
the introduction of the birth control pill in the early 1960’s and the
impact of not breast-feeding our young. In her previous book, “Lights
Out: Sleep, Sugar and Survival, ” Pocket Books, Simon and Schuster,
2000, Wiley succinctly and logically argues that electricity and the
light bulb put us out of sync with nature as the ultimate "endocrine
disruptors". People spent summers, before electric lights, sleeping
less and eating heavily in preparation for winter because the light
triggered the hunger for carbohydrates. Now, light is available 24
hours a day. Heating and air-conditioning climate control our hormonal
responses to consume carbohydrates now available year round. This is
the scenario for obesity, Type II diabetes, and depression. In Wiley’s
opinion, sleep is the best medicine. T.S. Wiley has also published
peer-reviewed scientific papers in molecular oncology and
endocrinology, as well as lecturing globally and teaching physicians
Environmental Endocrinology in Planetarium settings around the world.
Her newest work in process is "Manthropology", exploring how medicine
and modern life are killing men. Find out more about the study of
bio-identical, bio-mimetic HRT on her website,