Endocrine Research Updates

For Medical Professionals

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Is Monthly Ibandronate Safe and Effective Long-term?
US researchers investigated the long-term safety and effectiveness of once-monthly ibandronate, which was studied for up to 5 years in a long-term extension.
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Is it possible that subclinical hypothyroidism during pregnancy affects the intellectual development of children? Article explains what Iranian researchers discovered in this hypothyroidism study.
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Living an overall healthy lifestyle can help treat and prevent many cases of obesity and type 2 diabetes, but what specific lifestyle treatments work best for these patients?
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What Works for Pituitary Tumors?
An article published in the Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy journal reviewed treatments of aggressive pituitary tumors. Reviewed surgery, pharmacotherapies, and radiotherapy.
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UK researchers examined the link between poor numeracy skills and glycemic control in patients with type 1 diabetes. Article explains what researchers discovered in this type 1 diabetes study.
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It’s well known that exercise can help prevent osteoporosis, but how effective is high-impact exercise on osteoporosis?
Yoga Stretch
In a small study in India, researchers examined the benefits of yoga with type 2 diabetes.
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Levothyroxine use can cause subclinical hyperthyroidism. See if that can increase fracture risk in elderly patients. Article covers results and analysis of a thyroid study.
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Reclast is an osteoporosis medication, and in September 2011, the FDA issued a new warning label for it. It may cause renal impairment, so physicians should be cautious before prescribing. Article reviews new FDA label for Reclast.
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Research comparing the safety and effectiveness of oral minodronate at monthly doses of 30 mg or 50 mg to a daily dose of 1 mg in patients with osteoporosis.
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Does magnesium have an effect on type 2 diabetes risk? Discover what researchers learned about the impact magnesium has on type 2 diabetes.
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Find out what an observational study uncovered about iodine supplementation in pregnant women.
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New Thresholds for Diagnosis
Research was presented at the 2011 Endocrine Society Annual Meeting on using salivary cortisol for diagnosing hypercortisolism and hypocortisolism.
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Low testosterone levels are associated with increased mortality in men, and men with type 2 diabetes have a high prevalence of testosterone deficiency.
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Long-term safety and efficacy data on pediatric patients treated with Norditropin® are being collected through a registry called American Norditropin Studies: Web-Enabled Research.
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Are high doses of vitamin D3 better than the standard dose for boosting bone mineral density and decreasing bone turnover in post-menopausal women who have low bone mass?
The structure of human interferon beta
Researchers found more evidence to support that interferon therapy is linked with the development of type 1 diabetes.
Prawn starter with aubergine, tomato and salad by the sea in Mykonos,Greece
Is there a link between the Mediterranean diet and a reduction in type 2 diabetes rates? Learn what researchers discovered.
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A cross-sectional study examined type 2 diabetes and exposure to persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in the adult Finnish population.
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In an observational cross-sectional study, researchers investigated the severity of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and the effect on glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes.
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