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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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Young adults less likely to report diabetes as a serious condition

Microbiome may link jet lag to obesity

Magnesium cuts diabetes risk

No cognitive difference between early and late oestrogen therapy

Statins could boost male resistance to respiratory infection

Number of eggs a woman has predicts heart attack risk

Diabetic men with low testosterone run higher risk of developing atherosclerosis

Diabetes drug is activated by light to cause pancreas to release insulin

New survey reveals 90 % of adults are unaware of men's risk for osteoporosis

Thyroid cancer nearly doubles every two years in China

Why can’t Dutee run?

Men not being adequately diagnosed or treated for osteoporosis: hip fracture twice as likely to kill men compared to women

Guanylin hormone loss triggers colon cancer HRT potential treatment method

Type-1 diabetes cure within reach after breakthrough that could spell the end of insulin injections

'Love hormone' controls sexual behaviour in mice

Lack of hormone could be responsible for colon cancer

Experts recommend against diagnosing testosterone deficiency in women

Viral infection may trigger childhood diabetes in utero

UK model predicts sight-threatening diabetic retinopathy

Cannula pre-treatment reduces hypoglycaemia in insulin pump users

Men: moderate weekly alcohol consumption could lower sperm quality

Poor mother-baby bonding passed to next generation

New approach offers hope for patients with autoimmune diseases, bone loss

Osteoporosis: bone health in childhood ‘is an important factor’

Antibiotics linked to childhood obesity

Is your brain male or female?

Paediatricians urge IUDs or implants for teen girls

The secret to raising well behaved teens

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