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Hormones - 134 News Result(s)
  • Higher Thyroid Hormone Level May Increase Chances Of Heart Failure
    Higher Thyroid Hormone Level May Increase Chances Of Heart Failure

    Risk of death from sudden loss of heart function is significantly greater in patients with high thyroid hormone levels, according to a study. "Our results indicate that thyroid hormone levels may be useful for assessing ...

  • Why Saturated Fats are Vital for Balancing Hormones
    Why Saturated Fats are Vital for Balancing Hormones

    Hormones in the body affect everything, from our weight to our bowel health, mood, skin condition, acne, bloating, PCOS, thyroid, ovulation, reproduction, pregnancy, and more.

  • Performance Boosting Hormone May Help Patients With Mental Disorders
    Performance Boosting Hormone May Help Patients With Mental Disorders

    Individuals suffering from bipolar disorder or depression treated with a hormone best known to boost performance in sportspersons may also improve their cognitive functioning, a study has found.

  • Exercise Hormone Can Help Shed, Prevent Fat
    Exercise Hormone Can Help Shed, Prevent Fat

    Does working out feels like more of pain to you? Take heart. Exercise releases a hormone that can help your body shed fat and keep it from forming again, which may also act as potential ...

  • Hormone Therapy May Put Women at Risk of Hearing Loss
    Hormone Therapy May Put Women at Risk of Hearing Loss

    Hearing loss, which is one of the main problems that women turn to hormone replacement therapy for, is actually aggravated by this therapy, a new study suggests.

  • The Hormone that Controls Your Appetite & Regulates Fat-Burning
    The Hormone that Controls Your Appetite & Regulates Fat-Burning

    The euphoric feeling that gives runners a motivational boost in the middle of their workout is in part modulated by the satiety hormone leptin, a new study has found

  • Women with PCOS More Likely to be Affected by Diabetes: AIIMS Study
    Women with PCOS More Likely to be Affected by Diabetes: AIIMS Study

    An AIIMS study has claimed that women suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a condition of hormonal imbalance, are more likely to be affected by diabetes.

  • Love Colouring Your Hair? Beware, it Could Put You at Cancer Risk
    Love Colouring Your Hair? Beware, it Could Put You at Cancer Risk

    A recent study suggests hair dyeing and hormonal contraceptives can up the risk of breast cancer amongst women.

  • Why We Crave Alcohol
    Why We Crave Alcohol

    Ever found yourself craving a chilled mug of beer? A recent study published in the journal Biological Psychiatry sheds some light on how a certain hormone - called ghrelin - can stimulate alcohol cravings.Ghrelin is ...

  • PCOD Diet: The Right Diet Can Go a Long Way in Helping You Deal With PCOD
    PCOD Diet: The Right Diet Can Go a Long Way in Helping You Deal With PCOD

    Theres no permanent cure for PCOD but the symptoms can be managed. Have a look at the dietary dos and donts to beat if not treat PCOD.

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