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ESE News Alert - 11 September 2020

Skin lightening creams may increase risk of adrenal insufficiency

Women who misuse corticosteroid creams for cosmetic skin lightening may be at risk of developing adrenal insufficiency, according to research presented at the European Society of Endocrinology’s digital Congress, e-ECE 2020.

Times Now News


Probiotics may help children with obesity lose weight

Probiotics taken alongside a calorie-controlled diet may help children and adolescents with obesity lose weight, according to research presented at the European Society of Endocrinology’s digital Congress, e-ECE 2020.

CNN


Ghrelin may help reduce muscle loss

Administering a particular form of the hormone, ghrelin, may help reduce age-related muscle loss, according to research presented at the European Society of Endocrinology’s digital Congress, e-ECE 2020.

Newsgram


Vitamin D levels may help predict future health risks

Free, circulating vitamin D levels in the blood may help predict future health risks in ageing men, according to research presented at the European Society of Endocrinology’s digital Congress, e-ECE 2020.

Times Now News


Hormones may play important role in COVID-19 infection

The role of endocrinology in COVID-19 infection and treatment was evaluated and discussed by endocrine experts in a dedicated COVID-19 session during the European Society of Endocrinology’s digital Congress, e-ECE 2020.

Scienmag


Thyroid inflammation may increase risk of anxiety

Patients with autoimmune inflammation of their thyroid may be at greater risk of developing anxiety, according to research presented at the European Society of Endocrinology’s digital Congress, e-ECE 2020.

News Medical


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