If you are having trouble viewing this email, view online version .

ESE Daily News Alert - 26 November 2020

Society for Endocrinology podcast series reveals the truth about hormones

A new podcast from the Society for Endocrinology called “Hormones: The Inside Story” reveals the truth about hormones and health in a fun, expert-led and myth busting series.


Diabetes risk significantly reduced by losing just 3 kilograms

According to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine, losing just two to three kilograms of weight can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by up to 47%.


10% of transgender Americans may be using non-prescribed hormones

1 in 10 transgender Americans may be using non-prescribed hormones that may cause serious health risks, as they aren’t insured or their insurance won’t cover costs of gender-affirming hormone therapy. 


New appetite-suppressing hormone may be used for treating obesity

According to a study published in eLife, a hormone called Lipocalin-2 (LCN2) suppresses appetite and food intake in humans and mice and has potential to be used as a treatment for people with obesity.

News Medical

Early menopause linked to multiple sclerosis

According to research published in Brain Communications, early menopause and fewer pregnancies may be linked to early onset progressive multiple sclerosis in women, due to a reduction in sex hormones.

Medical Xpress

The European Society of Endocrinology is Europe’s premier learned society promoting research, education and clinical practice in endocrinology for the public benefit and representing doctors and scientists who work in endocrinology. For more information, visit http://www.ese-hormones.org/

This news alert is designed to provide European Society of Endocrinology (ESE) members with a summary of stories on endocrinology currently appearing in the media. The views expressed in the stories featured in this update are not necessarily those of the ESE. The ESE accepts no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the material contained in this alert.

If you know of some European media coverage that would be of interest to the ESE membership, please contact the ESE press office.

Please note that the address that sent this email is not monitored and we cannot respond to direct replies.

Stay connected