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Issue 20

Issue 24 Summer 2014

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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Strongest Evidence Yet That Pygmies' Short Stature Is Genetic (National Geographic, 18 August 2014)

Vitamin D deficiency may reduce pregnancy rate in women undergoing IVF (Press Release, 14 August 2014)

Reduced Testosterone Tied To Phthalates (Science 2.0, 15 August 2014)

Antibiotics in infancy may cause obesity in adults (Science News, 14 August 2014)

Children on growth hormone at risk for stroke (Daily Digest News, 14 August 2014)

Being overweight or obese 'linked to 10 common cancers' (BBC News, 14 August 2014)

'Resuscitation drug adrenaline questioned in cardiac arrest' (BBC News, 13 August 2014)

2 out of every 5 Americans expected to develop type 2 diabetes during their lifetime (Press Release, 12 August 2014)

FDA approves canagliflozin/metformin combination (Clinical Endocrinology News, 11 August 2014)

Bone Drugs May Not Protect Osteoporotic Women from Breast Cancer (UCSF News, 11 August 2014)

Diabetic Nephropathy Linked to Hypothyroidism (Renal and Urology News, 11 August 2014)

Thyroid disease diagnosis leads to work absence, disability in first year (Healio, 11 August 2014)

Sanofi bets on inhaled insulin with MannKind deal (Reuters UK, 11 August 2014)

Testosterone in Healthy Men Increases Their Brains’ Response to Threat (Press Release, 11 August 2014)

Metformin diabetes drug could extend lifespan (Medical News Today, 8 August)

Work-related stress is a risk factor for type 2 diabetes (Press Release, 8 August)

Researchers use fruit flies to unlock mysteries of human diabetes (Press Release, 7 August)

Low Vitamin D 'boosts dementia risk' (BBC News, 7 August 2014)

Research explores why interval walking training is better than continuous walking training (EurekAlert, 4 August 2014)

Global research team advances insulin therapy (DDD Magazine, 8 August 2014)

HTN in middle age may portend cognitive decline (MedPage Today, 5 August 2014)

Stem cell scientist found dead in apparent suicide (BBC News, 5 August 2014)

High perchlorate level in mothers negatively affects IQ of unborn children (Science World Report, 6 August 2014)

A new ‘whey’ to control diabetes (Medical Xpress, 5 August 2014)

Saturated fats’ impact on type 2 diabetes risk ‘varies across acids’ (Medical News Today, 6 August 2014)

Softening of human features ‘coincided with technological breakthrough’ (Medical News Today, 4 August 2014)

Love hormone oxytocin may play key role in kid’s social skills (Health Day, 5 August 2014)

A blood test for suicide? (Medical Xpress, 30 July 2014)

New drug could treat low testosterone with fewer side effects (Live Science, 29 July 2014)

Love hormone oxytocin may help some with autism (WebMD, 29 July 2014)

Morning-after pill 'suitable for women of all weights' (BBC News, 28 July 2014)

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