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Bringing you the latest media coverage of endocrinology. Please note articles below do not necessarily reflect Society views.

Mechanism underlying exercise induced bone remodelling discovered
Metabolic syndrome increases risk of gestational diabetes
Testosterone may treat bone mineral loss in HIV patients
Ghrelin activity mediates brain reward pathways after smelling food
Growth hormones from cadavers may increase risk of Alzheimer’s disease
Hormonal therapies may cause treatment resistance in breast cancer
Childbirth linked to changes in breast cancer risk
Guidelines on melatonin usage
Body mass index is a reliable measure of cardiometabolic health
Adapted scoring system may better predict diabetes remission after weight loss surgery
Oxybutynin can reduce hot flashes in breast cancer survivors
Immunoassay may improve hormone detection in the blood
Vitamin D deficiency in newborns linked to schizophrenia risk
New method for targeting insulin-producing cells
New potential target for diabetes therapy identified
First baby born following womb transplant from dead donor
Hysterectomy linked to memory loss
New guidance on vitamin D published
Full-time post-doctoral research position available at Baylor College of Medicine
Risk of diabetes-related kidney disease is lower with exercise
Leukotriene B4 increases susceptibility to skin infections in diabetes patients
DHEA treatment linked to lower bone mineral loss in older women
Spinal cord injury affects the circadian rhythm and hormone activity
Chemicals in healthcare products linked to early puberty in girls
Poor sleep health may decrease insulin sensitivity in teenagers
Poor sleep health may decrease insulin sensitivity in teenagers
Testosterone may lower the risk of death in men with type-2 diabetes
Diabetic kidney disease on the rise in adults
Yoga and acupuncture may help to treat menopause
Increased risk of death from repeated weight loss and gain
Worse treatment for type-1 diabetes in deprived areas of Germany
Breast cancer increases the risk of osteoporosis
Miscarriage may increase cardiovascular disease risk
Type-1 diabetes cases may double in the next 20 years
Signals that control pancreatic cell maturation discovered
Improved IGF-1 delivery system may help to treat osteoarthritis
No link between pancreatic diseases and incretins in type-2 diabetes
Post CCT Fellowship in Endocrinology at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Shoulder ultrasound scan can predict a diabetes diagnosis
Arrestin activity during light exposure linked to regulation of melatonin
Evening stress elicits a low hormonal stress response
Treating periodontitis may help to treat diabetes
Caffeine may increase the risk of a premature birth
Caffeine may increase the risk of a premature birth
Childhood obesity may increase asthma risk
Childhood obesity may increase asthma risk
Skin inflammation may increase diabetes risk
Detection of vitamin B12 deficiency in type-2 diabetes patients may lower nerve damage risk
Increased Horizon Europe funding for poorer EU states
Insulin-glucose infusion may lower neonatal hypoglycaemia risk
Insulin-glucose infusion may lower neonatal hypoglycaemia risk
Skin auto fluorescence may predict type 2-diabetes risk
Antioxidants may prevent cognitive impairment in diabetes patients
Good nutrition could protect children from cognitive difficulties caused by early-life stress
Good nutrition could protect children from cognitive difficulties caused by early-life stress
Patients with low levels of vitamin D remain in hospital for a longer time
The number of people who need insulin may double by 2030
Kisspeptin could be a treatment for type-2 diabetes
Women can endure extreme and prolonged physical exercise as well as men
Knee arthritis is not linked to insulin resistance and diabetes
Is the gut or the brain more important in regulating appetite and metabolism?
Mendelian randomisation study links obesity to diabetes
European Commission adopts new communication on endocrine disruptors
New educational materials on biosimilars released
ESE responds to public consultation on endocrine disruptors
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