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Prenatal hormone changes present in expectant fathers

December 22, 2014

Expectant fathers experience some hormone changes, specifically declines in testosterone and estradiol, according to recent study findings published in the American Journal of Human Biology.

Robin S. Edelstein, PhD, of the department of psychology at the University of Michigan, and colleagues evaluated 29 first-time expectant couples to determine whether men experience hormonal changes during their partner’s pregnancies.

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Nitrogenous bisphosphonate use may reduce risk for endometrial cancer

December 22, 2014
Exposure to nitrogenous bisphosphonates appeared to have a protective effect on the incidence of endometrial cancer in women who never had the malignancy, according to…
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Self-reported exercise assessments offer clue to cardiometabolic risks

December 22, 2014
Clinicians could glean additional information about patients’ cardiometabolic risk factors through routine clinical physical activity assessments, according to…

Neurocrine Biosciences launches trial for congenital adrenal hyperplasia therapy

December 21, 2014
After completing a pilot clinical trial in adults with classic congenital adrenal hyperplasia, Neurocrine Biosciences, Inc. announced a trial for its…

New next-generation sequencing test launched for thyroid nodules

December 20, 2014
Interpace Diagnostics, a molecular diagnostics subsidiary of PDI, Inc., has recently launched a new next-generation sequencing test designed to determine the difference…
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