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However, bariatric surgery affects appetite, food intake, caloric absorption, and multiple neuroendocrine pathways—all of which could contribute to its beneficial actions for people with Type 2 diabetes.These New Developments Could Make Living With Type 2 Diabetes More Manageable|Markham Heid|July 15, 2022|Time
Laszlo says that these negative changes—as well as others, such as how grief affects the nervous and neuroendocrine systems—may contribute to the higher rate of death immediately after loss identified in her study.Losing a Loved One Can Be Life-Threatening|Tara Law|July 8, 2022|Time
In the mid-1980s, Gunnar studied this neuroendocrine system in newborns.Puberty may reboot the brain and behaviors|Esther Landhuis|August 27, 2020|Science News For Students
Jobs died Wednesday at the age of 56 after a long battle with pancreatic neuroendocrine cancer.Jobs Authorized Bio For Kids||October 7, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Jobs learned in 2003 that he had an extremely rare form of this cancer, an islet-cell neuroendocrine tumor.
Other neuroendocrine tumors produce gastrin, glucagon, and other digestive hormones.
In part, that is because neuroendocrine cancers tend to be quite slow growing, or indolent.
“Neuroendocrine tumors are highly vascularized”—full of blood vessels on which they depend for nutrients, says Kulke.
Broad limits to functional reproductive activity seem to be set by the photoperiod—neuroendocrine system.The Breeding Birds of Kansas|Richard F. Johnston