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A round up of the latest news stories about hormones
New birth control pill approved by the FDA
Transgender hormone therapy may affect blood pressure
Obesity may increase miscarriages by 70%
Vitamin D deficiency may lead to muscle weakness
Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist in Endocrinology and Late Effects vacancy
Staff Nurse in endocrinology vacancy
48th BSPED Annual Meeting - BSPED 2021
Research and Innovation Awards 2021 – applications open
BSPED Paediatric Endocrine and Diabetes Nurse and Allied Health Professionals Award 2021 – applications open
Chaperone guidelines and documentation for intimate examinations
New Evorel Patches patient information leaflet
Obesity linked to heavy periods for women
Breastfeeding may reduce risk of diabetes in women
Endocrine disrupters may be linked to a decline in fertility rates
Telemedicine may improve access to gender-affirming care for transgender people
New male contraceptive could be effective form of birth control
Emergency strategies may improve survival of children with autosomal recessive pseudohypoaldosteronism type 1
Childhood obesity rates significantly increased during COVID-19
Vitamin D may offer more protection from COVID-19 for certain ethnicities
Deadline extended to host a Specialised Endocrinology Network for Bone and Mineral
Association of Children’s Diabetes Clinicians Trainee Day
MHRA Alkindi alert
Continuous glucose monitoring in pregnant women with T1DM
2021 is your Society's 75th anniversary - help us celebrate!
CAH Science Symposium: open for registration
Updates from the International Society of Endocrinology
Revised NICE guidelines re DKA
Paediatric Steroid Treatment Card for Adrenal Insufficiency
BSPED trial results published
ESPE COVID-19 Hub launched
Consultant physician vacancies in acute medicine or any specialty with general medicine
Bioscientifica Trust launches COVID response fund
Bringing endocrinology to life in video
Advice on COVID-19 and dexamethasone steroid treatment

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