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Paediatric Endocrinology in the News

Bringing you the latest media coverage of your field: please note articles below do not necessarily reflect Society views.

Sexual touch promotes early puberty

Obesity adversely affects sperm quality and quantity

Exosomes are the missing link to insulin resistance in diabetes

Oxytocin promotes avoidance of unfamiliar situations

DNA editing in human embryos reveals role of fertility 'master gene'

Canine social skills are linked to oxytocin

Swine flu may double risk for type 1 diabetes

New role for endoplasmic reticulum-associated degradation in hormone release

Discovery of new interconnection between the nervous and immune system

Transforming white adipose to brown could be used combat obesity

Oral contraceptive plus spironolactone safely addresses androgen excess in PCOS

Vitamin D could help lower heart failure

Steroid hormones could hold further clues about age-related bone loss

Type 2 diabetes app points to severe hypoglycaemia and cardiovascular risk

Cardiovascular benefit from PCSK9 drug unaltered by diabetes

Jet lag drug could lessen chemotherapy pain

HRT won't kill you - but menopausal women still face a difficult decision

Pregnancy outcomes remain poor in mothers with childhood-onset T1D

GLP-1 diabetes drug neutral for the heart

Endocrine Society announces 2018 Laureate Award winners

Pregnant women with preeclampsia may have life-long heart issues after giving birth

Apple-shaped women are at risk of a deadlier form of breast cancer

A type of bacteria found in stools can predict ability to lose weight

Lower thyroid stimulating hormone levels elevate risk of thyroid cancer

Study identifies blood vessel as a therapeutic target for diabetes

Menopause hormone therapy not linked to premature death

Could hunger be a trick of the mind?

Six meals a day may be better than three for those who weigh too much

Artificial sweeteners raise risk of type 2 diabetes

Vitamin D levels in blood may help predict risk of multiple sclerosis

Bisphenol A exposure through the skin takes longer to be excreted

Coffee compound may prevent type 2 diabetes

Later circadian timing of food intake associated with increased body mass index

HRT can slow decline in lung function for middle-aged women

Gene variants newly linked to osteoporosis

Sequential therapy a winner in osteoporosis

Variation in genetic risk explains which people develop type 1 diabetes in later life

Should men with obese wives be screened for diabetes?

Labradors are genetically predisposed to being hungry

Doctors issued with first guidance on endometriosis

How thyroid hormone prods red blood cell production

More research needed to assess cardioprotective effect of vitamin D

Largest ever genetic study paves way for potential osteoporosis treatment

Testosterone levels of new fathers may cause mood swings

New method to detect human growth hormone for anti-doping testing

Cleanliness is next to sexiness for golden-collared manakins in Panama

Levothyroxine for subclinical hypothyroidism has no symptomatic benefit

Dementia risk elevated in subclinical hyperthyroidism with suppressed TSH

Therapeutic benefits of melatonin for treating blood cancers

Hormone therapy improves cardiac structure in growth hormone deficiency

Can an abnormal menstrual cycle be caused by a concussion?

Genetics of circadian rhythms found to have effect on migraine

Estrogen may stop infection-induced brain inflammation

Stressed lemurs have worse chances of survival

Heart hormones protect against obesity and insulin resistance

Genetic mutation encourages longevity in men

Oxytocin plays larger role in social interaction than previously thought

Gut bacteria can alter protective effect of a gene that wards off type 1 diabetes

Hormone therapy improves sleep quality for menopausal women

Hormone injection could eventually reverse memory loss

Obese people lack cells with satiety hormones

Early lifestyle changes key to reducing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease

Eating triggers endorphin release in the brain

Researchers reveal link between PCOS and type 2 diabetes

Weight gain in early pregnancy predictor of infant size at birth

Cocoa compound may help cells release more insulin

Pancreas provides a potential drug candidate for brain disease

Oestrogen therapies improve sexual function in postmenopausal women

Married patients with heart disease have better survival rates

Lack of sleep tied to higher risk of diabetes in children

Early term babies are at greater risk of diabetes and obesity-related diseases

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