What does the pituitary gland control?
The Pituitary Gland is controlled by the brain's Hypothalamus. Under its direction, the Pituitary produces at least 8 major hormones that control: the Adrenal Gland, ovaries & testes, Human Growth, breast milk, Thyroid Gland, Kidneys, child birth needs, & many other bodily functions.
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