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Issue 23 - Winter 2013/14

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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Gene linked to excess male hormones in female infertility disorder (NIH, 15 April 2014)

Lower Testosterone Good for Romantic Relationships (Science World Report 14 April 2014)

Sperm RNA carries marks of trauma (Nature, 15 April)

Irregular menstruation may predict increased risk of death from ovarian cancer (Medical Xpress, 10 April)

Mechanism for Ipilimumab Pituitary Toxicity Identified (Medscape, 10 April)

Wakeful baby ‘preventing pregnancy’ (MSN News, 10 April 2014)

Stress-related epigenetic changes in blood mirror those in brain (GEN News, 9 April 2014)

High-fat diet increases breast cancer risk, study finds (Yahoo News, 10 April 2014)

Statement supporting funding for stem cell and reproductive health research in Europe 2014 (Wellcome Trust, 10 April 2014)

Study of Norwegian students on the impact of computer time on bone density (Medical News Today, 8 April 2014)

Autism may be linked to obese fathers rather than mothers (Medical Daily, 7 April 2014)

Early prevention of osteoporosis begins in youth (Medical News Today, 7 April 2014)

Stress hormone may drive risk-taking by teen motorists (Health Day, 7 April 2014)

Six months hormone therapy in addition to radiotherapy improves prostate cancer survival (Medical Xpress, 7 April 2014)

‘Love hormone’ oxytocin may intensify orgasms (Live Science, 2 April 2014)

Gender ruling: High Court recognises third category of sex (ABC News, 3 April 2014)

Fukushima meltdown not causing many cancers, UN scientists say (The Japan Times, 3 April 2014)

Bright idea: morning light exposure linked to lower weight (Live Science, 2 April 2014)

Vitamin D: ‘no clear evidence of health benefits’ say researchers (Medical News Today, 2 April 2014)

Novel study into breast cancer origins paves way for personalized treatment (Medical Xpress, 31 March 2014)

Five a day is not enough fruit and veg for best health (New Scientist, 31 March 2014)

Caught in a lie? Maybe oxytocin is to blame, study suggests (LA Times, 31 March 2014)

Strong association between Mediterranean diet and lower risk of diabetes (Medical News Today, 30 March 2014)

New gel to promote bone growth on implants in surgical procedures (EurekAlert, 30 March 2014)

Neurobiologists find chronic stress in early life causes anxiety, aggression in adulthood (EurekAlert, 27 March 2014)

Study shows promise of preserving fertility in boys with cancer (EurekAlert, 27 March 2014)

Gut metabolism changes -- not stomach size -- linked to success of vertical sleeve gastrectomy (EurekAlert, 26 March 2014)

Some breast cancer tumors hijack patient epigenetic machinery to evade drug therapy (EurekAlert, 26 March 2014)

Economic growth has little impact on reducing undernutrition in children (AlphaGalileo, 27 March 2014)

Indian rhinoceroses: Reproductive tract tumours reduce female infertility in early stages (AlphaGalileo, 26 March 2014)

Diabetes: good self-management helps to reduce mortality (AlphaGalileo, 26 March 2014)

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