by Omar Jamshed
In 2014, an outbreak of Ebola ravaged West Africa while the world welcomed the first baby born using a transplanted womb. The year also saw doctors growing vaginas in a lab and a debate on the merits of fat in our diets.
In a year packed full of huge science stories, it’s easy to miss the more weird and wonderful news. Here we have collated five endocrine stories that may have gone under your radar last year. They include news that men with bigger bellies last longer in bed and that hormones may shape the “gender” of our brain. Continue reading “Review of 2014: five endocrinology stories you may have missed last year”