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Issue 26

Issue 26 Winter 2015

ESE News is a newsletter dedicated to keeping endocrinologists across the length and breadth of Europe up to date with ESE activities and other news of interest.

 

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Self-management improved depressive symptoms related to diabetes

Analysis rejects linkage between testosterone therapy and cardiovascular risk

ATRX mutation possible biomarker for rare neuroendocrine tumours

Long-term hormonal contraceptive use linked to increased brain tumour risk

New review looks at the effect of thyroid disorders on reproductive health

Study underway of automated artificial pancreas to manage type-1 diabetes

Chemicals blamed for sperm decline

Taking the pill ‘may increase the risk of brain cancer’

A new type of diet pill could be a major breakthrough in treating obesity

Stress is “barrier to feeling empathy for strangers”

Potassium salts aid bone health and limit osteoporosis risk

BPA alternative disrupts normal brain-cell growth

Diabetes substantially over-treated in older adults

Poor diabetes care in England 'costing lives'

Are some older patients being overtreated for diabetes?

Stress pill could make it easier to have a baby

Transgender 13-year old Zoey having therapy

Symptoms of PTSD in women linked to type 2 diabetes

Body fat linked to insulin resistance in women with PCOS

Assisted Reproductive Technology complications remain low over a decade

Epigenomics analysis reveals insight into insulin resistance

New research has found that it may be easier for women to quit smoking if they time it with their menstrual cycle

Parents encouraged to cut back on the amount of sugar children consume

Seniors with type-2 diabetes not leveraging online apps for self-management, but intend to

Rare mutation renders leptin present but inactive

Ovarian failure linked to gene mutation

Patients with type-1 diabetes can still produce insulin 40 years later

Contrary to popular belief, not all obese people are at risk for disease

Fragile bones linked to inactivity over millennia

Diabetes patients hack their own bionic pancreases

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