The Endocrine Society

The Endocrine Society was established in 1915 for the purpose of promoting research and discovery in hormone research and care of patients with endocrine diseases. The society has more than 14,000 professional scientists and physicians as members in the U.S. And internationally. The society publishes the journals Endocrinology and Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism and Molecular Endocrinology.

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HIV patients at greater risk for bone fractures

HIV-infected patients have a higher prevalence of fractures than non HIV-infected patients, across both genders and critical fracture sites according to a new study accepted for publication in The Endocrine Society's Journal ...

dateAug 28, 2008 in HIV & AIDS
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Hormone therapy helps short children grow up

Growth hormone treatment may significantly increase final height in children diagnosed with short stature, even in cases where the child is not growth hormone deficient, according to a new study accepted for publication in ...

dateNov 06, 2008 in Other
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Age at puberty linked to mother's prenatal diet

A high-fat diet during pregnancy and nursing may lead to the child having an early onset of puberty and subsequent adulthood obesity, according to a new animal study. The results were presented Monday, June 16, at The Endocrine ...

dateJun 16, 2008 in Other
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