Despite the rarity of these tumors, their impact on development and quality of life is profound.
By Erin N. Kiehna, MD; and John A. Jane Jr., MD
Research suggests that decreased insulin sensitivity during the luteal phase may be a result of increased progesterone levels, either alone or in combination with estrogen.
By Kimberly K. Trout, PhD, RN, CNM; and Gary Scheiner, MS, CDE
Stress is associated with an increase in physical and psychological symptoms and illness.
By Kerry E. Evers, PhD
The complex processes of prenatal, infancy, childhood, and adolescent growth are controlled by genetic, nutritional/environmental, and hormonal factors that vary with the growth phases.
By Arlan L. Rosenbloom, MD
By Adeel Ghaffar, BSc, MRCP; J.H. Duncan Bassett, MA, PhD, FRCP; and Graham R. Williams, BSc, PhD, FRCP