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Issue 31 Autumn 2016

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Maternal thyroid hormone levels affect newborn birth weight

Stress hormone prevents digestive enzymes from damaging pancreas

Type 1 diabetes patients show distinct signs of gut inflammation

How estrogen modulates fear learning

Brain activity 'key in stress link to heart disease'

Epigenetic changes promote development of fatty liver disease

Using E. coli to detect hormone disruptors in the environment

Stress hormone has major effect on perception and perceptual learning

Connection between female estrogen cycle and addictive potential of cocaine

Miscarriages may be prevented with progesterone

Shedding ‘just a few pounds’ cuts risk of diabetes

Endocrinologists want training in transgender care

Plus-sized fly: A model to understand human obesity

Warning over testosterone jabs that help men through 'male menopause'

Landmark study defines normal ranges for testosterone levels

Study of Holocaust survivors finds trauma passed on to children's genes

New guidelines for diagnosis, treatment of thyroid disease during pregnancy and postpartum

Chemical alteration may speed up insulin availability

New recommendation on reporting hypoglycemia in clinical trials

Childhood poverty can rob adults of psychological health

Children of obese parents at risk of developmental delays

Drug discovery approach predicts health impact of endocrine-disrupting chemicals

Women's genes change during PMT, scientists find

Did Debbie Reynolds die of a broken heart?

Diet debate: are diet drinks a no-go?

French baby death linked to vitamin dose

First intersex birth certificate issued in the US

Inactivity in obese mice linked to a decreased motivation to move

Why some girls grow breasts early – and how new findings could cut cancer risks

New clues on causes of adult acne in women

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