Despite having normal blood levels of TSH, many patients treated for hypothyroidism with levothyroxine may continue to have symptoms, researchers say.
New and improved technology has led to an increased rate of thyroid cancer diagnoses in the last few decades, but research has shown that surgery isn't always the best option.
Recent evidence has shown that a significant number of patients with type 2 diabetes are being over-treated and put at risk for severe hypoglycaemia.
A revised guideline from The Endocrine Society acknowledges that primary aldosteronism is going undiagnosed and untreated more often than previously thought.
An international panel of doctors has concluded that a type of tumour classified as a cancer is not a cancer after all.
Dr. Aaron Carroll of news@JAMA takes a look at the epidemic of vitamin D deficiency and whether or not it should be treated.