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Study links premature ovarian insufficiency (POI) to risk of mortality  
Cardiovascular disease mortality associated with low testosterone in men
People with obesity using semaglutide see cardiovascular improvements
Men with obesity lose more weight with cash incentives, research says
Migraines and menopause symptoms linked to cardiovascular disease risk
Risk of postpartum depression associated with stress during adolescence
Surgery for hypoparathyroidism sees reduced facture rates
Patients with type 2 diabetes taking antidepressants have a higher mortality risk
Endocrine-disrupting chemical levels found at alarming levels in Australia
Risk of depression during menopause transition not universal
Patients with long Covid continue to show inflammatory proteins in blood
People with obesity and high weight linked to feeling increased pain intensity
History of premenstrual disorders associated with risk of perinatal depression
Study suggests effectiveness of apple cider vinegar (ACV) in reducing obesity risk
Hunger and blood sugar levels improved with sweetener use
Cholesterol lowering gut bacteria may improve cardiovascular health
New study suggests interacting with dogs can reduce cortisol levels
Diabetes risk may be reduced by prioritising plant-based food
Obesity in primary school aged girls linked to high incidence of musculoskeletal symptoms
Risk of endometrial cancer associated with endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs)
Stock levels of hCRH in the UK
Quality of life improvement linked to testosterone therapy for men
Women with PCOS associated with higher chance of suicidal ideation
High-risk HPV infection increases cardiovascular related mortality
Blood test may help identify hormone therapy resistant breast cancer strain
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