Hormones: The Inside Story - podcast

The Society for Endocrinology podcast revealing the truth about hormones and your health.
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Have you ever wondered whether your hormones are making you fat, if we should hold the steroid Olympics or if everyday chemicals are harming your health?

Subscribe and listen to our new podcast series featuring our experts exploring big questions and busting some hormone myths along the way.

Simply search for 'Hormones: The Inside Story' on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you like to listen. You can also follow us on Twitter @Soc_Endo and use #InsideHormones to keep the conversation going.

Hormones: The Inside Story

How do our hormones impact our eating habits and will scientists ever make a diet pill? Plus, the tale of the Labradors and the impossible sausage.

We explore the hormones behind our sleep-wake cycle, how they can get out of sync and why some athletes are totally immune to jet lag.

Vitamin D, the hormone in disguise, is currently in the spotlight as the world's favourite supplement, but is it really all it's cracked up to be?

Doping scandals are a regular feature in sporting events, but how do the hormones involved boost performance and why are they banned? Plus, a short history of doping.

We all know what it's like to feel stressed, perhaps this year more than most, but what are our stress hormones really doing to our minds and bodies?

There are chemicals all around us, but can they interfere with our hormones? Endocrine disruptors have been linked with a number of health problems, so for the final episode in the series we look at where these chemicals are found and whether we should be worried.