Hormones

This Fertility Dtc Is Partnering With Walmart To Revamp The 'family Planning' Aisle And Make...

Modern Fertility's pregnancy and ovulation tests will be available in nearly 1,600 Walmart locations across the US starting Tuesday. Modern Fertility Modern Fertility, a direct-to-consumer hormone, pregnancy, and ovulation test company will...
Related topics: Fertility, Ovulation

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Adjuvant Anti-cdk Thwarts Early Breast Cancer Recurrence

(MedPage Today) -- Including a CDK4/6 inhibitor in adjuvant therapy significantly increased invasive disease-free survival (iDFS) in patients with high-risk early, hormone receptor (HR)-positive breast cancer, a large randomized trial showed....
Related topics: Breast Cancer, Cancer, Oncology

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Coordination Of Hormonal Signaling And Nutrient Metabolism Drives Critical Life-cycle Transition

A biologist at RIKEN has discovered the way in which steroid signaling regulates the breakdown of sugar molecules in fruit flies so as to provide the energy larvae need to enter the pupal stage. This finding could have much wider implications that...
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Study Connects Hormones We're Born With To Lifetime Risk For Immunological Diseases

Differences in biological sex can dictate lifelong disease patterns, says a new study by Michigan State University researchers that links connections between specific hormones present before and after birth with immune response and lifelong...
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Mutant Tomato Helps To Crack The Secrets Of Fruiting

Researchers have found that fruit development in tomatoes rewires their central metabolism. The plant hormone gibberellin, which regulates major parts of plant development, triggers the process of fruiting. Using a mutant strain of tomato that is...
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Scientists Decipher Role Of A Stress Response Gene

A team of scientists is shedding new light on the gene regulatory pathways activated by cortisol, a hormone secreted in response to stress. Their research helps explain why exposure to chronic stress early in life shortens lifespan and contribute to...
Related topics: Stress, Genetics, Medical Research

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People Who Were Children When Their Parents Divorced Have Less 'love Hormone'

People who were children when their parents were divorced showed lower levels of oxytocin -- the so-called 'love hormone' -- when they were adults than those whose parents remained married, according to a new study. The lower level may play a role...
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New Process For Efficient Removal Of Steroid Hormones From Water

Micropollutants contaminate the water worldwide. Among them are steroid hormones that cannot be eliminated efficiently by conventional processes. Researchers have developed an innovative filtration system that combines a polymer membrane with...
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'third Option' At End Of Life; What Drug Price Meeting? Cancer In Veterans

(MedPage Today) -- Hospice care or costly treatment that might add only weeks or a few months of life? There is a third option. (ASCO Connection) Excessive levels of human growth hormone, and its interaction with other hormones, may explain the...
Related topics: Cancer, Oncology, American Society Of Clinical Oncology

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Fda Oks Somapacitan (sogroya), First Once-weekly Growth Hormone

Somapacitan is a human growth hormone analog administered once-weekly by subcutaneous injection to treat adult growth hormone deficiency. FDA Approvals
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Antibiotics May Interfere With Hormonal Contraceptives

A new analysis of data on drug side effects has found that a wide range of antibiotics may be associated with unintended pregnancy.
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Bill Would Ban Gender Reassignment Procedures On Minors

The BBC reported back in March on a lawsuit against the United Kingdom’s leading gender-identity clinic, with a detransitioned female patient stating that she was rushed into irreversible hormonal interventions that she later came to...
Related topics: BBC, Lawsuits

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Chronic Stress May Cause Hunger Hormone To Stay Elevated For Years

A new study has found links between experiences of chronic stress, elevated levels of a stress hormone that increases appetite, and a greater risk of developing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The research comes from Mount Sinai Hospital and...
Related topics: Stress, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Medical Research

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Birth Control Pill Could Cut Women's Risk For Asthma

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 19, 2020 -- Could birth control pills build a bulwark against asthma? New research suggests that hormonal contraceptives, which alter the natural ebb and flow of female hormones, may do just that. A study of more than half a...
Related topics: Birth Control - Contraception, Asthma, Medical Research

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Factors Tied To Hormone Therapy Use After Oophorectomy Id'd

MONDAY, Aug. 17, 2020 -- Age at surgery, education level, and preventive mastectomy are associated with hormone therapy (HT) use after preventive oophorectomy in BRCA mutation carriers, according to a study published online Aug. 10 in...
Related topics: Mastectomy, Genetics, Medical Research

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A New Role For A Well-known Molecule As A Plant Hormone

Researchers have discovered a new role for a well-known plant molecule, providing the first clear example of ACC acting as a likely plant hormone. Researchers show that ACC has a critical role in pollination and seed production by activating...
Related topics: Medical Research, Proteins

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The Causes Of Adult Acne And How To Get Rid Of It

Persistent pimples in adulthood might be linked to hormones, genetics, diet or stress. Although acne treatments aren't one-size-fits-all, dermatologists recommend trying some time-tested methods.
Related topics: Acne, Genetics, Diet, Stress, Dermatology

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Which Women Choose Hormones For Surgical Menopause?

(MedPage Today) -- Among women with BRCA mutations who underwent preventive oophorectomy, those who were younger, more educated, or had a prophylactic mastectomy were more likely to use hormone therapy to manage adverse effects of surgical...
Related topics: Menopause, Genetics, Mastectomy

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Dad-to-be Leaves The Room Every Time His Pregnant Wife Cries And Doesn't Get Why She's Upset About...

Post by Devan McGuinness. Being pregnant is quite the experience. For some, it can feel like losing control because your body feels so different from what you're used to. Hormones take over and it can feel very foreign at times. For some, these...

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Hormones Control Paternal Interest In Offspring

Basing their research on an unexpected interspecies difference between rats and mice, researchers at Karolinska Institutet and Stockholm University have mapped a system in the brain that controls paternal behavior towards offspring. A key component...
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