Ejournal of Age Management Medicine
Ejournal November 2018
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Carolyn DeLucia, M.D., Discusses Treating Female Sexual Dysfunction

Joseph Bosilijevac, Jr., M.D. AMMG Conference


In this conversation with Dr. Derrick DeSilva, Jr., Dr. Carolyn DeLucia discusses how she got into the field of sexual health, and how other age management physicians can as well.
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Featured Articles

AMMG April 2023 Conference in Miami, Florida

Jeff Morris

AMMG will present another fully live four-day event this April. The 34th Clinical Applications for Age Management Medicine Conference in Miami will include a Practice Management Workshop, four pre-conference sessions including Hormone Modulation, Regenerative Medicine, Office-Based Aesthetics and Traumatic Brain Injury, and three days of the latest science-based clinical information and applications.
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Orgasms for Good Health!

Jeff Morris

Female orgasm has traditionally been seen as somewhat of a taboo subject. It could be argued that the benefit of orgasm for women is of no obvious reproductive purpose and instead is just a source of pleasure. However, research is beginning to reveal the health benefits of orgasm for women and men beyond the exhilarating pleasure of climaxing. At the upcoming Age Management Medicine Conference, Dr. Derrick DeSilva will review the data to support the clinical benefits of orgasms in the aging population.
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Pharmacologic Treatment of Primary Osteoporosis or Low Bone Mass to Prevent Fractures in Adults: A Living Clinical Guideline From the American College of Physicians

Amir Qaseem, M.D., Ph.D., Lauri A. Hicks, D.O., Itziar Etxeandia-Ikobaltzeta, PharmD, Tatyan Shamliyan, M.D., Thomas G. Cooney, M.D.

This guideline updates the 2017 American College of Physicians (ACP) recommendations on pharmacologic treatment of primary osteoporosis or low bone mass to prevent fractures in adults.
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Womens Health

Testosterone and Cortisol Levels Are Linked to Criminal Behavior, According to New Research

New research provides evidence that heightened levels of testosterone and cortisol are associated with an increased risk of impulsive and violent criminal behavior. The new findings have been published in the scientific journal Hormones and Behavior
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Brain Health

Breakthrough Blood Test Could Detect Alzheimer’s Years Before Symptoms Show
Sam Blanchard

A blood test detecting Alzheimer’s years before symptoms show is moving closer, a study suggests. It follows a breakthrough in identifying chemicals linked to mild cognitive impairment — an early sign of the memory-stealing disease.
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Disorcerds of Aging

Cancer Blood Test Using DNA Fragments Brings Hope for Earlier Detection, Say Researchers
Shiv Sudhakar

Researchers have developed a new machine-learning model to detect cancers that are in their early stages of disease by examining DNA fragments from cancer cells in the blood.
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Brain Health

Popular Anti-Aging Supplement ‘Raises the Risk of Brain Cancer’
Caitlin Tilley

A popular dietary supplement may raise the risk of cancer, research has found. Nicotinamide riboside (NR), a form of vitamin B3, is advertised as having anti-aging effects, as well as being able to bring down high cholesterol and blood pressure. But a study by the University of Missouri-Columbia on mice found NR increases the risk of breast cancer, and causes the disease to spread to the brain, which is fatal.
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Brain Health

Those Weight Loss Drugs May Do a Number on Your Face
Amy Synnott

People using drugs like Ozempic are discovering an unwanted side effect: facial aging. Dr. Oren Tepper, a plastic surgeon in New York, said that it’s common for weight loss to deflate key areas of the face, leading to a more aged appearance. “When it comes to facial aging, fat is typically more friend than foe,” he said. “Weight loss may turn back your biological age, but it tends to turn your facial clock forward.”
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Brain Health

Two Research Teams Reverse Signs of Aging in Mice
Catherine Offord

A decade after Kyoto University biologist Shinya Yamanaka won a share of a Nobel Prize for discovering a cocktail of proteins that reprogram adult cells into versatile stem cells, two teams argue the proteins can turn back the clock for entire organisms—perhaps one day humans.
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The Age Management Medicine Group (AMMG) is a division of Red River Solutions, Inc. with a goal of providing education and information on the sub-specialty of Age Management Medicine to physicians and healthcare professionals through evidence based continuing medical education conferences, workshops, seminars and publications. Age Management Medicine is a proactive, preventative approach focused on preservation of optimum human function and quality of life making every effort to modulate the process of aging prior to the onset of degenerative aging. The basic tenets of Age Management Medicine are patient evaluation through extensive medical history, lifestyle assessment, physical examination and laboratory evaluation to establish personalized proactive treatment plans consisting of proper diet, exercise, stress management and appropriate medical interventions.

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