the community site for and by
developmental and stem cell biologists

Hormones: The Inside Story – Season 2

Posted by , on 10 November 2021

Can you hack your hormones to be happier or boost your height? Could a hormone supplement be the key to beating ageing? Are humans heading for a fertility cliff? And is the ‘manopause’ real?

Hormones: The Inside Story, the podcast from the Society for Endocrinology uncovering the facts about hormones and health with an expert-led, myth-busting and entertaining format, is back for a second series.

Hormones affect growth, sleep, body fat, fertility and almost every aspect of our daily lives and health. Sadly, the mainstream media is brimming with misinformation and potentially dangerous advice from a host of non-experts and dubious commercial enterprises.

Building on the huge success of last year’s debut series, the Society for Endocrinology and First Create The Media have just released series two, which continues examining the stories and the science behind hormones, cutting through the myths and misinformation, providing real facts and enabling you to make better decisions about your health.

With the help of presenter Georgia Mills, this series uncovers the truth about how hormones affect our growth, weight, mood, how we age and our declining fertility. Speaking with leading experts, she’ll be finding out about the controversies around the male menopause, fasting and weight loss, whether there really is a fertility crisis and if you can beat the aging process or boost your happiness by hacking your hormones.

Tune in to learn how monkey testicles could link to the fountain of youth, why Irish giants are not just the stuff of legend, the secrets of lengthy prairie vole ‘romance’ and how brushing your teeth could save your life.

Listen and subscribe now on Podbean, Spotify, Apple Podcasts or just search for ‘Hormones: The Inside Story’ wherever you get your podcasts.

Thumbs up (No Ratings Yet)

Tags: , , , , ,
Categories: Outreach, Podcast, Resources, Societies

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Get involved

Create an account or log in to post your story on the Node.

Sign up for emails

Subscribe to our mailing lists.

Do you have any news to share?

Our ‘Developing news’ posts celebrate the various achievements of the people in the developmental and stem cell biology community. Let us know if you would like to share some news.