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Issue 29

Issue 29 Winter 2015/16

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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Rupert Everett warns against hormone therapy for children who question gender

Endocrine Society calls for stricter European regulation of EDCs

Low testosterone makes you a better dad

Pituitary tissue grown from human stem cells releases hormones in rats

Exercise four hours after learning 'boosts memory'

Obesity and smoking reduces likelihood of treatment success in early rheumatoid arthritis

Baby food: the cure to obesity?

Left adrenal vein aldosterone ratio may help predict right-sided unilateral disease in primary aldosteronism

Endocrine disruptors: Commission in breach of EU law, says Parliament

Pubertal timing strongly linked to men's sexual and reproductive health

Lean gene discovery could lead to new type 2 diabetes therapies

Gestational diabetes could cause daughters to mature earlier

Diabetes more frequent in children with chronic rheumatic disease

Marriage quality has differing effects on diabetes risks for men and women

How 'skinny hormone' jab may end obesity in 10 years

Women are being excluded from clinical trials

Proton pump inhibitor use increases risk of osteoporosis

Breast cancer patients should stay on hormonal drugs for 10 years

Growing human organs inside pigs

Breast cancer drug increases survival

Women nearly twice as likely to have anxiety as men

Prostate cancer aggression linked to waist size

A major win in the pancreatic cancer fight

'Bitter brake' activates gut hormones and suppresses food intake

Gut microbiome tied to metabolic hormones in early pregnancy

Endocrine disrupters accelerate reproductive aging in rats

Factors affecting non-adherence to endocrine therapy

Diabetes: Children 'not getting recommended checks'

Early infant screening for type 1 diabetes shows promising results

Genetic factors may decrease risk of obesity in men of West African descent

Fighting advanced thyroid cancer with immunotherapy

News update from ECE 2016!

Premature babies more at risk of brittle bones in later life

How chemical found in plastic food containers can weaken children's teeth irreversibly by stopping enamel developing properly

Jogging found to improve strength better than cycling or swimming because exercise puts weight on them

Blood test reveals women at high risk of pre-eclampsia

The tummy bugs that make you a yo-yo dieter: Lack of diversity in bacteria in the gut could explain why overweight struggle to keep the pounds off

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