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Briefing documents

ItemSorted By Item In Descending OrderBriefing TitleAuthorPDF
53Is love possible without Kiss1-es?Rafael Pineda ReyesPDF
52Obesity prevention: Moving beyond the food addiction debateJohannes HebebrandPDF
51Looking Inside the Seasonal ClockGerald Lincoln and Andrew LoudonPDF
50The Mother Load of LactationBarbara WoodsidePDF
49Recovery from anorexia nervosa by machinePer Södersten & Cecilia BerghPDF
48Navigating pituitary structure and function - defining a roadmap for hormone secretionDavid J. Hodson and Patrice MollardPDF
47How our gut microbes influence our behaviourProfessor Harry FlintPDF
46Nurture: Effects of Intrauterine Position on BehaviourMitsuhiro KawataPDF
45Hypoglycaemia: Exercise for the Brain?Craig Beall, Mike Ashford and Rory McCrimmonPDF
44My brain made me do it, and my gut didn't help John Menzies PDF
43Apelin and Vasopressin: two work better than one Catherine Llorens-Cortes and Francoise Moos PDF
42The Neurohypophysis – Fishing for New Insights Amos Gutnick and Gil Levkowitz PDF
41Keeping Birds of a Feather Together James L. Goodson PDF
40FTO and Obesity: a problem for a billion people Giles S.H. Yeo PDF
39A neuro-endocrine-immune symphony Quentin J Pittman PDF
38A mother's brain knows Dave Grattan PDF
37Are neuropeptides brain hormones? Mike Ludwig PDF
36Epigenetics: a lasting impression? Simon Biddie and Stafford Lightman PDF
35Preterm labour: Tsunami waves? Alison Douglas PDF
34Leptin - back and forward Julian Mercer PDF
33Nurturing Nature: social experiences and the brain Frances A. Champagne PDF
32Sex hormones and human destiny Melissa Hines PDF
31Endocannabinoids and the neurochemistry of gluttony Tim Kirkham PDF
30Neurogenesis and depression: breakthrough or blind alley? Joe Herbert PDF
29Stem cells, hormones and pituitary adenomas Andy Levy PDF
28Is reproductive ageing controlled by the brain? Andrea C. Gore PDF
27Fetal Experience: Lifelong Consequences Stephen G Matthews PDF
26The metabolic syndrome: a brain disease?Ruud Buijs and Felix Kreier PDF
25Anabolic Steroids: A fatal attraction? Ruth I Wood PDF
24 Kisspeptin and its receptor: new gatekeepers of puberty Sophie Messager PDF
23Melatonin in humans - its about time Jo Arendt PDF
22The Neurobiology of Social Bonds Keith Kendrick PDF
21Environmental estrogens: foe or friend? Richard Sharpe PDF
20Seeing the light... in a new way Russell Foster PDF
19Depression, stress and the adrenal axis Carmine Pariante PDF
18Puberty: mind and body Fran Ebling PDF
17Pituitary tumour therapy: using the biology Julian Davis & Peter Trainer PDF
16Genomic imprinting, hormones and behaviour Anthony Isles and Lawrence Wilkinson PDF
15Ghrelin: A newly discovered hormone Suzanne Dickson PDF
14Is there such a thing as a healthy appetite? Simon Luckman PDF
13Early life stress can programme our health Megan Holmes PDF
12The maternal brain John Russell PDF
11Pheromones and reproduction Barry Keverne PDF
10Biological timekeeping Hugh Piggins PDF
9The cause of Cushing's Disease Ashley Grossman PDF
8Glucocorticoids, ageing and nerve cell damage Jonathan Seckl PDF
7Sex differences in the brain David Spratt PDF
6Sex hormones, mood, mental state and memory. George Fink PDF
5Stress hormones and your brain Michael Harbuz PDF
4Growth hormone rhythms from the brain Gareth Leng PDF
3Leptin: Your brain, appetite and obesity David Sunter, Donal O'Shea & Stephen R Bloom PDF
2Brain development, fertility and Kallman's syndome Jane RobinsonPDF
1Environmental estrogens: A hazard to human reproductive health? Nigel BrooksPDF
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