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Women May Experience Different PCOS Symptoms Depending on Where They Live

Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in Alabama may be more likely to have excessive hair growth and insulin resistance, whereas women with PCOS in California may be more likely to have higher testosterone levels, according to new research published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. PCOS affects 7–10% of women of childbearing age...
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Study Links Diabetes and Worse Outcomes in Long-Term Survivors of Metastatic Breast Cancer

Women who are longer-term survivors of metastatic breast cancer may have a worse survival rate if they have diabetes and poorly controlled blood sugar levels, according to a study presented at ENDO 2022. The authors of the study point out that a well-established relationship between diabetes and breast cancer exists, but it’s still unclear how...
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Review Examines Relationship Between Gestational Diabetes and Offspring Fertility

A review recently published in Endocrinology offers some new insights on how maternal obesity-associated gestational diabetes (GDM) affects the reproductive health of offspring, discussing possible mechanisms, the latest perceptions, and highlighting areas that need further investigation. The review, by Niharika Sinha, PhD; Gretchen Lydia Walker; and Aritro Sen, PhD, all of Michigan State University in...

WOMEN’S HEALTH

When you’re looking for endocrinology articles specific to the realm of women’s health, you can find them quickly and conveniently here on the women’s health research page of Endocrine News. As part of our mission to provide in-depth research on trends and information in the world of endocrinology, we’ve created this section of our site to make content easily accessible to you. Here you will find articles dedicated to the latest information on obesity, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), reproductive issues, menopause, endocrine disruptors and other topics directly relating to women’s health. Whether you’re interested in new studies on growth hormones or new guidelines published on treating menopause, you’ll find them here.

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