Increase text size Decrease text size


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.





Please take a few minutes to review and provide feedback on your experience of ESE INSIGHT+ BETA.

European News

PCOS: Red wine compound remedies abnormal hormone levels

Prostate cancer hormone therapy tied to higher dementia risk

SHBG and total estradiol are risk factors for type 2 diabetes in women

Women who regularly consume soft drinks may be reducing their chances of getting pregnant

Massive US health tab for hormone-disrupting chemicals

Endocrine Society issues new guidelines on hypopituitarism

Hormone therapy for prostate cancer may raise dementia risk

Multiple challenges face new researchers and clinicians in endocrinology

Scientists identify potent new anti-obesity, anti-diabetes target

Patients with hypothyroidism have nagging symptoms despite normal TSH tests and medication use

Five new guidelines highlight signs and symptoms of life-threatening endocrine emergencies

Blood glucose fluctuations associated with dementia in type 2 diabetes

Early-day psychotherapy enhanced by higher cortisol levels

Insulin sensitivity in older obese women no better with high-protein diet-related weight loss

Stimulant use associated with lower bone mass in children and teens

Gene that drives aggressive prostate cancer identified

New online app may help doctors predict risk of breast cancer recurrence

Are targeted therapies ready for 'big time' in ER-positive breast cancer?

Breast cancer risk 'not increased' by night shifts

Evidence suggests women's ovaries can grow new eggs

Boys born via fertility treatment may have weak sperm

Alternative medicine treatment put four-year-old boy in A&E

Exercise hormone sheds fat, ‘helps people stay slender’

Sweet natured dog helps students ward off anxiety

Predicting diabetes risk from birth weight

Omega-3 oils in farmed salmon 'halve in five years'

Incidence of thyroid cancer on the rise

Could there soon be a pill that mimics weight-loss of exercise but without the pain?

Poor sleep may increase odds for atherosclerosis in peri-postmenopausal women

Women still uninformed about menopausal vulvar symptoms and treatments

Preventing invasiveness of S aureus in diabetic foot ulcers

First indication that job insecurity raises risk for diabetes

Does the contraceptive pill cause depression?

New study reveals endocrine biological function of brown adipose tissue

Boys conceived through IVF technique have lower than average fertility

Revised AACE/ACE guideline urges evaluation and treatment for postmenopausal osteoporosis

Psychology plays a varied role in diabetes

Plants: Defying frost and the cold with hormones

Cholesterol-lowering gene variants linked to greater type 2 diabetes risk

Diabetes poses higher bone fracture risk

Pump therapy, CGM recommended for type 1, type 2 diabetes

Phthalates, BPA may reduce vitamin D levels

That horrible morning sickness you’re having? It’s actually a good sign for the baby.

Men with high testosterone levels are more generous - but only to make themselves look better

Some good news on ovarian cancer

Email Alert

The ESE email alert is a free news service that will provide you with information about ESE and related topics on endocrinology in Europe.

View the email alerts

If you CHANGE your email address, please cancel the old address and register again from your new address.

Email   Submit

You can also register to receive the contents list of European Journal of Endocrinology, by going to EJE Email Information Service.

ESE Daily Alert

ESE members have the option to receive a daily alert of breaking European Endocrinology stories

View and change your daily
alert status Members

Guidelines for scientists on communicating with the media

Next Congress

ECE 2017

Commercial News