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Issue 30

Issue 30 Summer 2016

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.


European News

Diabetes: Factor 'gender' into treatment, say experts

Study raises concerns over unnecessary imaging after thyroid cancer

IVF does not raise breast cancer risk, study shows

Breastfeeding leads to long-term metabolic changes in mothers, study shows

Blood thinning jab could offer IVF couples chance of a baby

Does hormone therapy after menopause affect memory?

Academies warn Brexit 'damaging science'

How your grandfather's weight could wreck your health: Damaging effects of obesity can be passed down through genes

Rise in avoidable diabetes hospital visits

Infections, antibiotics more common in type 2 diabetes

Prediabetes increases among healthy-weight adults in the United States

GH therapy increases fracture risk in patients previously treated for acromegaly

Public health cuts 'could hamper anti-obesity effort'

Happy cows 'make more nutritious milk'

Sexual appetite: love hormone produced during sex decreases appetite and stops binge eating

Edinburgh baby born from frozen ovary in UK first

Early preschool bedtimes cut risk of obesity later on

Artificial light could be making us prematurely frail

Obesity 'starts in the womb and so does the blueprint for the rest of the baby's life'

Obesity 'puts men at greater risk of early death'

Fat cells may play key role in battle against breast cancer

Oestrogen patch in newly postmenopausal women may reduce Alzheimer's risk

Could probiotics prevent diabetes? Gut bacteria imbalance 'triggers type 2 disease'

Australian Olympic swimmers set to wear revolutionary sunglasses to help them deal with late-night races

New ESE guidelines provide evidence-based recommendations for handling adrenal incidentalomas

Could artificial sweeteners make people more hungry?

Lifting lighter weights is 'AS effective as lifting heavier ones' - and the key is keeping going until you're too tired to go on

Metabolic syndrome linked to sexual dysfunction in older women

Rory McIlroy on golf drug testing: 'I could get away with it'

Glasgow University scientists' warning over sugar focus

Genetics of type 2 diabetes revealed in unprecedented detail

Pregnancy multivitamins 'are a waste of money'

Gut bacteria can help predict susceptibility to rheumatoid arthritis

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease risk higher with hypothyroidism

Hops extract studied to prevent breast cancer

UK doctor prescribing cross-sex hormones to children as young as 12

Diabetes reversal after bypass surgery linked to changes in gut microorganisms

“Staggering” number of Australians are losing limbs to diabetes

New breast cancer test could prevent women needing chemotherapy

Gastric bypass 'rejuvenates cells and stunts inflammation within just 2 years'

Gestational diabetes, obesity increase risk for adverse maternal, neonatal outcomes

Too much time online 'damages immune system and makes users more likely to catch flu'

Researchers discover mechanism of gene silencing in hormone-dependent breast cancer cells

Exercise beneficial in decreasing fatty liver development

Study shows twice daily exercise intervention improves bone strength in VLBW pre-term infants

AMPK protein activated during fasting regulates hunger neurons in the brain

Liraglutide reduces blood sugars in patients taking large amounts of insulin

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