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

Nut consumption may lower risk of heart disease in diabetes patients
Polycystic ovary syndrome may increase sleep disorder risk
Safer stem cells may improve diabetes treatment
Increase stroke risk in transgender women receiving hormone therapy
Sunlight may decrease diabetes risk
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Senior Lecturer in Basic Sciences
Junior clinical fellow in Endocrinology
Night owls have slower reaction times in the morning
Type-2 diabetes patients may have an impaired immune system
Liver disease may increase diabetes risk in non-obese patients
Oxytocin activity is associated with numerous mental states
Oestrogen may reduce type-2 diabetes risk
Improved model of type-1 diabetes
Rules for medically lowering testosterone in female athletes may be flawed
Marine snail insulin may improve diabetes treatment
Exercise hormone may protect against Alzheimer's disease
Tuberculosis treatment is unimproved with vitamin D
Jumping may prevent osteoporosis
Vitamin D in the bone marrow may impair blood cell production
Gastric bypass surgery treats diabetes
Insulin pill could treat diabetes patients
Phthalates affect fertility in mice
Potential new treatment for diabetes
Smoking cannabis may increase sperm count
Hypertension increases risk of diabetes
How sperm cells develop uncovered
Type-1 diabetes does not affect school performance in children
Pregnancy hormone levels linked to age, race and weight
Pregnancy hormone levels linked to age, race and weight
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Overexpression of a protein may be linked to insulin resistance
Human insulin-producing cells can be grown in the lab
Clinical trial for male contraceptive gel
Islet cell transplants into the retina may induce immune tolerance
Insulin-producing cells may be present in early stages of type-1 diabetes
Gut endocrine cells can change the hormones they produce
Low vitamin D may increase risk of high blood sugar levels
Depression in diabetes patients may be caused by brain lesions
Vitamin D deficiency may increase risk of impaired kidney function
Early risers may have a lower risk of mental health problems
Short workouts may improve insulin sensitivity
Satiety hormone may decrease risk of Alzheimer's disease
Human insulin does not increase risk of hypoglycaemia
Eating breakfast may not aid weight loss
Insulin production protein identified
Electronic health records may enhance diabetes care
Elevated anti-Müllerian hormone levels may increase breast cancer risk
Oral insulin may treat type-2 diabetes
Genetics may be linked to being thin
Soluble fibre may improve blood sugar control in diabetes patients
Optimism may lower risk of diabetes
No strong evidence that antidepressants lower fertility
Funding to better assess the effects of endocrine disruptors on the thyroid
Inhibiting circadian rhythms may be an effective treatment for cancer
Nano-scale vibrations may treat osteoporosis
Elevated levels of a hormone linked to decreased strength in older adults
New plans to improve pesticide usage in the EU
DNA test may predict relapse in hormone-treated breast cancer
Fasting may increase circadian rhythm robustness
An endocrine-disrupting chemical may lower male fertility
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Experts warn against regular use of melatonin
Vaginal oestrogen does not increase health risks
New drug cocktail for diabetes treatment
Excess body fat causes almost 4% of cancers worldwide
Full-time post-doctoral research position available at Baylor College of Medicine
European Commission adopts new communication on endocrine disruptors
New educational materials on biosimilars released
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