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Cortisol is a hormone made by the adrenal cortex (the outer layer of the adrenal gland). It helps the body use glucose (a sugar), protein, and fats. Cortisol made in the laboratory is called hydrocortisone. It is used to treat many conditions, including inflammation, allergies, and some cancers. Cortisol is a type of glucocorticoid hormone.
How Glucocorticoids Quell Inflammation

How Glucocorticoids Quell Inflammation

National Korea Maritime and Ocean University Researchers Explore the Impact of Microplastics and Toxin Exposure on Goldfish

National Korea Maritime and Ocean University Researchers Explore the Impact of Microplastics and Toxin Exposure on Goldfish

First Humanized Mouse Model for Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Developed

First Humanized Mouse Model for Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Developed

Study links neutral maternal behavior toward infants with epigenetic change in children

Study links neutral maternal behavior toward infants with epigenetic change in children

Stress response in mom leads to epigenetic change in children

Stress response in mom leads to epigenetic change in children

Marine plankton samples can help understand the link between ocean pollution and chronic illnesses

Marine plankton samples can help understand the link between ocean pollution and chronic illnesses

Study reveals gene responsible for food-dependent form of Cushing's Syndrome

Study reveals gene responsible for food-dependent form of Cushing's Syndrome

Neuronal connections that trigger insomnia linked to stress-induced changes in the immune system

Neuronal connections that trigger insomnia linked to stress-induced changes in the immune system

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