Most Recent Articles by Shannon Aymes, MD
Researchers found sleep apnea and daytime sleepiness were related to sex hormones, but other factors may play a role.
Adhering to the Mediterranean diet may stave off certain diseases, but the benefit on mortality remains questionable.
The findings suggest a neuroendocrine vulnerability in women with migraine.
Differences in cortical thickness were not seen in participants who were overweight or lean.
Exercise's potential positive effects on cardiovascular disease and heart failure may be possible regardless of frequency and time of initiation.
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Endocrinology Advisor Articles
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- Safety of DPP-IV Inhibitor, Cardiovascular Events After ACS in Type 2 Diabetes
- Sex Hormone Levels May Affect Postmenopausal Heart Disease Risk
- Effect of Fructose, Allulose on Postprandial Glucose Regulation in Type 2 Diabetes
- Transgender Youth Not Willing to Delay Hormone Therapy for Fertility Preservation
- Diabetes Treatments
- Metformin May Decrease Colorectal Cancer Risk Among Males With Diabetes
- SGLT2 Inhibitor, GLP-1 Receptor Agonist Combination Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes: Expert Insights
- Semaglutide May Induce Weight Loss in Type 2 Diabetes Despite BMI
- FDA Clears Omnipod DASH System for Diabetes Management
- Single Blood Sample Highly Predictive for Subsequent Diabetes Diagnosis
- Plasma Methylglyoxal Levels Associated With CVD, Mortality in Type 2 Diabetes
- Adjunctive Metformin for Insulin Resistance in T1D: A Clinical Perspective
- AMA: Federal Government Must Tackle Rising Insulin Prices
- Diabetes Medication Reconciliation May Reduce Risk of ED Visits