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Researchers identify brain patterns that help people cope with stress

July 24, 2016

A team of researchers identified brain patterns that appear to underlie healthy emotional and behavioral responses to stress.

Rajita Sinha, PhD, along with Dongju Seo, PhD, and colleagues at Yale University, with support from the NIH, sought to understand why some people cope with stress better than others. The researchers used functional MRI to measure localized changes in brain activation during stress in healthy volunteers, according to a press release.

Biologics application submitted for osteoporosis drug

July 23, 2016
A Biologics License Application for romosozumab, an investigational monoclonal antibody much anticipated as a therapy for the treatment of osteoporosis in postmenopausal…
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Female physicians make 'substantially' less than male counterparts

July 22, 2016
Significant salary differences exist between male and female physicians at public medical schools, according to findings published in JAMA Internal Medicine. This gap…

Top 5 online stories posted in the last month

July 22, 2016
Endocrine Today compiled a list of the top five news reports posted from June 21 to July 21. Healio.com/Endocrinology readers were interested in a new name proposed for…
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Individuals with mood disorders, low cortisol may have higher risk for obesity, other metabolic disorders

July 22, 2016
Recent findings indicated associations between low cortisol levels, metabolic disorders and cardiovascular risk factors among individuals with mood disorders…
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Avoiding “Loss of Chance”… Improving the Screening, Treatment, and Referral of Patients with Diabetic Retinopathy

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Despite a number of effective treatment options, diabetic eye disease is a leading cause of vision loss in the United…
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VIDEO: Results of LEADER trial provide “robust demonstration” of cardiovascular event reduction in high-risk type 2 diabetes

July 1, 2016
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Diabetic Retinopathy: The Importance of Early Screening, Referral, and Management

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Diabetic eye disease is one of the most common causes of vision loss in the United States. As the rates of diabetes…
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