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Estradiol is a sex hormone. Mislabelled the "female" hormone, it is also present in males; it represents the major estrogen in humans. Estradiol has not only a critical impact on reproductive and sexual functioning, but also affects other organs including the bones.
Transgender adolescents rarely chose to discontinue gender-affirming hormone therapy, finds study

Transgender adolescents rarely chose to discontinue gender-affirming hormone therapy, finds study

Study offers a new perspective on the reproductive toxicity of phthalates

Study offers a new perspective on the reproductive toxicity of phthalates

Women taking oral estrogen therapy more likely to develop high blood pressure

Women taking oral estrogen therapy more likely to develop high blood pressure

Obesity strikes below the belt: Study reveals link between obesity and male infertility

Obesity strikes below the belt: Study reveals link between obesity and male infertility

How estrogens and progesterone present in human milk impact infants' health

How estrogens and progesterone present in human milk impact infants' health

Cyclical estrogen/anti-estrogen therapy could be a promising strategy to treat metastatic ER+ breast cancer

Cyclical estrogen/anti-estrogen therapy could be a promising strategy to treat metastatic ER+ breast cancer

Pregnancy's profound impact: How motherhood reshapes the female brain

Pregnancy's profound impact: How motherhood reshapes the female brain

Study shows endocrine disrupting effects of micro and nanoplastic particles

Study shows endocrine disrupting effects of micro and nanoplastic particles

Estrogen may increase the risk of certain types of arrhythmia

Estrogen may increase the risk of certain types of arrhythmia

Study paves the way to new sex-specific anti-obesity drugs

Study paves the way to new sex-specific anti-obesity drugs

First fully human ovarian organoids provide insights about female reproductive health and disease

First fully human ovarian organoids provide insights about female reproductive health and disease

Study shows cutaneous touch neuronal cells to be critical for sexual receptiveness

Study shows cutaneous touch neuronal cells to be critical for sexual receptiveness

How salt appetite differs between males and females

How salt appetite differs between males and females

New clue may explain why women are at greater risk for Alzheimer's disease

New clue may explain why women are at greater risk for Alzheimer's disease

Study discovers link between a lesser-known hormone and lipid levels in midlife women

Study discovers link between a lesser-known hormone and lipid levels in midlife women

Estrogen replacement therapy may be a tool to mitigate delirium

Estrogen replacement therapy may be a tool to mitigate delirium

Researchers modulate the activity of potential therapeutic target for triple-negative breast cancer

Researchers modulate the activity of potential therapeutic target for triple-negative breast cancer

New microfluidic Organ Chip platform replicates the human vaginal tissue microenvironment

New microfluidic Organ Chip platform replicates the human vaginal tissue microenvironment

What is the effect of pregnancy on resting state brain activity?

What is the effect of pregnancy on resting state brain activity?

New evidence on how intermittent fasting impacts women's reproductive hormones

New evidence on how intermittent fasting impacts women's reproductive hormones

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