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The March for Science: A Day in Pictures

MfS_Logo_from_Postcard On Saturday April 22, thousands of people from around the world came together to show their support for science and scientific research by being a part of the very first March for Science. For his feature “Taking it to the Streets” in the May issue of Endocrine News, senior editor Derek Bagley — along with...
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Reflections of a Memorable Year Full of Landmark Accomplishments

Kronenberg, Henry (PE 2015) As I reach the end of my presidential term, I am impressed by how much has been accomplished in such a short time. It has been a wonderful experience and a great honor to serve as president of this remarkable society. I was frankly a bit fearful when I started, but quickly found enormous pleasure...
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Endocrine Society Issues Scientific Statement to Improve Detection of Curable Forms of Hypertension

A new Scientific Statement issued by the Endocrine Society advises healthcare providers on ways to spot hormonal causes of hypertension that can be cured with surgery or treated effectively with medication. Without effective screening, common hormonal causes of hypertension, such as the disorder termed “primary aldosteronism,” often go undiagnosed and untreated. This can leave individuals...
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Endocrine News Named Most Improved Magazine

EN_June2016_cover Endocrine News’ revamped design and refocused editorial has garnered it a Gold Award for Most Improved Magazine as part of the 2017 Association Trends Salute to Association Excellence awards, which were announced at a luncheon event in Washington D.C. on Thursday February 23. The Association Trends All Media contest is one of the association community’s...
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Only One Week to Submit ENDO 2017 Late-Breaking Abstracts

The deadline is Monday, February 13, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. (EST) If you’re thinking about submitting an abstract for ENDO 2017 in Orlando, time is running out! Submit your late-breaking abstract and share your research with the largest gathering of scientists and physicians working in hormone research and clinical endocrinology. Submit your best late-breaking science...
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Endocrine Society Issues Pediatric Obesity Clinical Practice Guideline

On February 1, the Endocrine Society issued a Clinical Practice Guideline advising healthcare providers on how to prevent and treat childhood obesity with lifestyle changes. The guideline, titled “Pediatric Obesity — Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention: An Endocrine Society Clinical Practice Guideline,” was published online and will appear in the March 2017 print issue of The...
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Endocrine Society Response to Immigration Order

Kronenberg, Henry (PE 2015) President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Friday, January 27, limiting refugees into the U.S., barring the citizens of seven countries – Iraq, Iran, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Libya, and Yemen – from entering the U.S. on any visa category, and, consequently, also creating new barriers to the global exchange of scientific information. The order...
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Endocrine Society in the News

MedPage Today — Concern Over EDCs Continues to Grow Endocrinology editor-in-chief Andrea Gore, PhD, shared her hopes for endocrine-disrupting chemical policy improvements in 2017. The medical trade publication examined the endocrine-disrupting chemicals landscape, including recent publications from Society member Leonardo Trasande, MD, and Gore. L’Obs — “Inacceptable!” Ça chauffe entre la France et Bruxelles au sujet des perturbateurs...