Childhood Obesity

Childhood Obesity leads to the reduced cortical thickness and executive functioning of the body. Generally, obesity is measured by BMI (Body Mass Index). Researchers have found that the higher the BMI, the lower the proper functioning prefrontal cortex. This finally leads to risked executive function.

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WDEC 2020 welcomes you to the eternal city of Edinburgh!!!

WDEC 2020 welcomes you to the eternal city of Edinburgh!!!

Edinburgh, the compact and hilly capital of Scotland is one of the most enchanting cities in Europe. flaunting cultural vibrancy, historic charm, and scenic wonder. It's New Town and Old Town together is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Why visit Edinburgh? Here are the top 10 places in the visitor’s wish list:

Edinburgh Castle The Edinburgh Castle was built in the early 12th century. Looking over the city from Castle Rock, it's been at the heart of some of Scotland's bloodiest conflicts.

Stirling Castle Having withstood multiple sieges, Stirling is one of Scotland's most important castles. Even if you're not a history buff, the scenery alone warrants a day trip from the capital!

Loch Lomond What's a holiday to Scotland without visiting one of its picturesque lochs? Luckily, the largest and most breathtaking one in the country, the Loch Lomond, is just a short journey away!

Holyrood Palace The Holyrood Abbey next to…

Endocrinology Updates

                                                           Anti Mullerian Hormone Test

The Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) Test measures the level of Anti-Mullerian hormone in the blood.It is present in the reproductive organs of both male and female. The level of hormone depends on both the gender and age. The AMH  plays a major role in the development of sex organs in the unborn baby and it determines whether the baby is a male (XY) or female (XX). Male babies usually have a higher level of AMH for preventing the growth of female reproductive organs and female babies produce only lower levels of AMH.
This is a reverse case after the puberty of the female, that is, once the menstrual cycle starts, the granulosa cells in the ovaries produce AMH. The higher the eggs present in the ovary, the higher the AMH is produced. Imbalance in the AMH can lead to irregularity in the menstrual cycle and Infertility conditions.

At present, due to many changes in the factors of lifestyle and in the unhe…
Abstract Submission for WDEC 2020 is open now!! Submit your abstracts and attend this international event at Edinburgh.

After successful completion of the WDEC 2018 event at Rome, WDEC 2020 is eagerly waiting in addressing all the participants, scholars, researchers and industrial expects to make the gathering more successful. The International symposiums, B2B meetings, international workshops will also be organized to discuss the specific topics in the field of Diabetes & Endocrinology It is the platform for all the diabetologists, endocrinologists, scholars, researchers, scientist, organizations and industries to exhibit the recent advancements and curing therapies in the field of Diabetes & Endocrinology. This conference provides scope and experience for all eminent participants to grab the opportunity to get exposure to more researches by communicating with the global network and also expose their own researches to the other experts. Some of the major trending topics in fi…

WDEC 2020

If you are a diabetologist, cardiologist, endocrinologist, nephrologist, lipidologist, internist, or a clinician with an interest in Diabetes, this meeting is for you! 2nd World Congress on Diabetes and Endocrinology is the international educational event that will be organized on May 13-14, 2020 at Edinburgh, Scotland following the incredible success of World Congress on Diabetes and Endocrinology meeting in Rome, along with encouragement from participants. 

We cordially welcome you to the WDEC 2020 to meet your experts and discuss the recent advancements and innovations in the field of Diabetic treatment and care.