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Endocrine System

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Jamie Hernandez

on 26 April 2010

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Transcript of Endocrine System

Main Parts of The
Endocrine System

Hypothalamus
Pituitary
Thymus
Thyroid
Parathoid
Adrenals
Pancreas
Ovaries
Testes
The Endocrine System
How The Parts Work Together
The body system that
produceses and secretes hormones How The Endocrine System Works With Other Body Systems
Diseases That Effect The Endocrine System: Treatment Options How to Keep the Endocrine System Healthy Have regular medical check-ups
Preform testicular self-examinations each month
Keep track of the length and dates of your menstual cycles Sex Hormone Disorders
Disorders of Gender
Disorders of Puberty
Menstrual Function or
Fertility Disorders
Diabetes
Osteoporosis


Hormone Therapy
Different Medications
Insulin (For Diabetes)
Specific Diet Fun Facts Hormones are secreted directly into the bloodstream.
The Endocrine System produces 30 different hormones, all have different jobs.
Adrenaline is a result of the adrenal gland's production of epinephrine.
The hypothalamus makes you feel hunger and thirst, and also controls body heat
The different glands of the endocrine work together to send and recieve hormones and such, to keep the body functioning properly. The endocrine system is involved in every function of our bodies. The Endocrine system is vital for regulating mood, growth, development, tissue function, metabolism, sexual function, and reproductive processes
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