Endocrine disease : Health & Medical
The recent World Diabetes Congress offered important insights on diabetes from around the world, Dr. Anne Peters reports.
Adverse effects of androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) include increased fat mass leading to insulin resistance and diabetes, and accelerated bone loss and fracture risk.
Most patients require no further testing if the thyroid FNA is interpreted appropriately.
Can these anti-obesity agents effectively prevent prediabetes from developing into type 2 diabetes?
Daily supplementation with selenium may provide beneficial effects in PCOS patients, a new study finds.
A new study takes a look at the possible relationship between nutritional status and certain hormone levels in women with PCOS.
How can we avoid unnecessary assisted reproductive technology for male infertility?
Should patients with hyperparathyroidism be screened for nephrolithiasis? What if they're asymptomatic?
Should levothyroxine be considered in euthyroid patients with Hashimoto's thyroiditis?
Does remission of Cushing's syndrome affect adipose distribution?
Can family and peer support improve adherence in patients with diabetes?
Dr. Anne Peters speaks with Dr. Howard Wolpert about the benefits and limitations of continuous glucose monitoring and the "mechanical pancreas."
Is sex steroid concentration determined by inheritance?
Does continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion work better than insulin injections for uncontrolled Type 2 diabetes?