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The latest clinical and political news for Australian Endocrinologists
Couples who eat high amounts of seafood achieve pregnancy more quickly, study shows.
Hypoglycaemia and dyslipidaemia were associated with the ketogenic diet.
A 10-minute walk outdoors is 'way better' than a pill, expert says
Yoghurt has a specific benefit, research shows.
Patients should be screened for psychiatric conditions, researchers say.
It's important to keep a watch on these women throughout life, researchers say.
A score for HbA1c variability is suggested.
Preliminary results put denosumab ahead
Self-described 'less agreeable' doctors get good results with youngsters.
Comorbidity compounds mortality risk, community study shows.
It's not as simple as type 1 and type 2, the authors posit
A diagnosis aids deliberation over treatment, according to expert reviewers.
We need to know more about the impact of changing hormonal status, researchers say.
OTC products threaten the health of many gym enthusiasts, researchers warn.
A hospital audit shows a poor rate of osteoporosis prevention.
Endocrinology and endocrine pathology item numbers set for change
Perth study drills down on cut-offs for reflex free T4 testing.
Professor Davis is limbering up for Melbourne's Around the Bay charity cycle.
Insulin management varies widely between regions.
Restrictions may be too complex.
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