Kathy Maupin, M.D., Discusses Male Sexual Dysfunction
In this conversation with Mark Gordon, M.D., Dr. Kathy Maupin talks about diagnosing and treating sexual dysfunction in men.
AMMG mourns the loss of Dr. Rashid Buttar.
Dr. Rashid Buttar, a friend of AMMG who spoke at a number of Age Management Medicine Group conferences, passed away suddenly on May 18 at the age of 57.
Contraindications and Side Effects of the New Effective Weight Loss Drugs
Semaglutide — better known by the brand names Ozempic, Wegovy, and Rybelsus — was originally intended for people with Type 2 diabetes. But the medications are frequently prescribed for weight loss, as well. Multiple side effects have been identified, with new possible unwanted consequences continuing to be noted. How effective is this treatment for weight loss, how serious are the side effects, and can these side effects be lessened?
Here’s Why Having Obesity is Even Deadlier
Than You Might Think
Although carrying too much weight can increase the risk of high blood pressure and heart disease, few studies actually say simply being a little overweight can lead to premature death. However, a new study is changing everything, finding that obesity significantly increases a person’s risk of death. A researcher from CU Boulder warns that obesity raises a person’s risk of death by anywhere from 22 to a staggering 91 percent.
First Anti-Aging Pills to Hit Shelves in 2028, Expert Predicts - as Silicon Valley Races to Conquer Death
The FDA Approves a Breakthrough Vaccine 50 Years in the Making
Caffeine, the Wonder Drug? Study Suggests More Coffee Could Lower Body Fat and Prevent Type 2 Diabetes
This is a Better, Safer Way to be Tested for Prostate Cancer - Study
Drug Discovered by Researchers Shows Potential Life-Saving Results in Treating Cardiac Arrhythmias
Alzheimer’s and HRT: Study Suggests Sweet Spot to Avoid Dementia
Alzheimer’s disease strikes women harder than men. A new study finds women who underwent early or premature menopause or women who began hormone replacement therapy more than five years after menopause had higher levels of tau in their brains.
Parkinson's Researchers Discover Disease Biomarker in Key Breakthrough
An international group of researchers has discovered a new tool that can reveal a key pathology of Parkinson's disease in brain and body cells.
Vitamin D and Risk for Type 2 Diabetes in People With Prediabetes
Anastassios G. Pittas, M.D., MS, Tetsuya Kawahara, M.D., Ph.D., Rolf Jorde, M.D., Ph.D., et al
A systematic review and meta-analysis of individual participant data from three randomized clinical trials showed that In adults with prediabetes, vitamin D was effective in decreasing risk for diabetes.
Keto Diets Could Increase Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke, Says New Study
A new study suggests that a "keto-like" diet could trigger a spike in "bad" cholesterol, which can lead to a buildup of plaque in the arteries and a significantly greater risk of heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular events.
Accelerated Biological Aging May Contribute to Depression and Anxiety
Columbia University / Mailman School of Public Health
A study by researchers at Columbia Mailman School of Public Health and Peking University School of Public Health provides some of the first, large-scale evidence that processes of biological aging may contribute to the risk of depression and anxiety.
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