The pituitary gland explained!

The pituitary gland produces the hormones that pass instructions on to many of the body’s major organs such as the liver, the sex organs, the kidneys, the adrenal glands and the thyroid. The pituitary sends a signal hormone out to the organ to get it working. If the adrenal glands work too hard, less signal hormone is sent out; if they work too slowly, more signal hormone is produced and exactly the same happens with other organs and glands too. The pituitary gland monitors, activates and suppresses the liver, the sex organs, the kidneys, the adrenal glands and the thyroid.

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