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A potential new tool for intravascular continuous glucose monitoring in intensive care patients could prevent hypoglycaemia or high glucose variability.
In an editorial to launch our article collection on Evolutionary Medicine, Martin Brüne and Ze’ev Hochberg discuss the relevance of evolutionary medicine in clinical research as a means of ultimately gaining deeper understanding about human diseases.
Weaning from lactation at an early age leads to faster development and leaner, longer bodies in comparison to late-weaned rats, and these effects are transmitted through generations as early-weaned progeny reach sexual maturation at an earlier age.
Ze’ev Hochberg and Jay Belsky review the development of human adolescents from an endocrinological and social perspective, arguing that understanding the environmental impact on development will help inform further research.
Evidence from a systematic review and meta-analysis shows that testosterone therapy increases cardiovascular-related events in men, and the risk of this therapy is mainly evident in trials not funded by the pharmaceutical industry.
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