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ESE Daily News Alert - 2 July 2021

Dental magnets for obesity treatment

This new dental tool, using magnets to stop people from opening their mouths more than 2mm, can help people with obesity to lose weight, according to a report in the British Dental Journal.


New strategies for tackling obesity

This report looks at discussions around new initiatives for tackling obesity in Europe at the recent Herbalife Nutrition event. 

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Czech President makes controversial transgender comments

Czech President, Milos Zeman, made controversial comments about transgender people on TV, in response to new legislation in Hungary banning all educational materials and programs for children that are considered to promote homosexuality and gender reassignment. 


Health inequality needs to be addressed in the EU

In this article, Michèle Rivasi explains why addressing the ongoing inequalities in health care access across the EU must be put before pharmaceutical profits.

Parliament Magazine

Growth hormone deficiency may result from mild brain injury

Mild brain injuries may cause pituitary problems and growth hormone deficiency in both children and adults, according to research presented at the 30th Annual Scientific and Clinical Congress of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (ENVISION 2021).

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