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  • Estrogen, migraine, and vascular risk. [Journal Article]
  • NSNeurol Sci 2018; 39(Suppl 1):11-20
  • Allais G, Chiarle G, … Benedetto C
  • Migraine has a predilection for female sex and the course of symptoms is influenced by life stage (presence of menstrual cycle, pregnancy, puerperium, menopause) and use of hormone therapy, such as h...
  • Sexual dimorphism of cardiometabolic dysfunction: Gut microbiome in the play? [Review]
  • MMMol Metab 2018 May 30
  • Cross TL, Kasahara K, Rey FE
  • CONCLUSIONS: Emerging evidence suggests the role of gut microbiome as a modifier of disease susceptibility due to sex; however, the impact on cardiometabolic disease in this complex interplay is lacking. Elucidating the role of gut microbiome on sex-biased susceptibility in cardiometabolic disease is of high relevance to public health given its high prevalence and significant financial burden.
  • Central regulation of energy metabolism by estrogens. [Review]
  • MMMol Metab 2018 May 23
  • Xu Y, López M
  • CONCLUSIONS: 17β-estradiol acts in the brain to regulate energy homeostasis in both sexes. It can inhibit feeding and stimulate brown adipose tissue thermogenesis. A better understanding of the central actions of 17β-estradiol on energy balance would provide new insight for the development of therapies against obesity in both sexes.
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