Ejournal of Age Management Medicine
Ejournal November 2018
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Dr. Ángel Durántez on his experience in Age Management MedicineJuly video placeholder

Ángel Durántez, M.D., Ph.D., speaks with Dr. Cesar Pellerano about his experience as Owner and Medical Director of Clinica Dr. Durantez in Madrid, Spain, with an emphasis on Physicial Fitness-Biomarkers in Health, Prevention and Longevity.

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AMMG Conference in Tucson to Feature Two ‘Point/Counterpoint’ Sessions

Jeff Morris

For the first time, this November’s Clinical Applications for Age Management Medicine Conference in Tucson will include science-based debates, bringing to the fore controversial issues in age management medicine.
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Storing Stem Cells to Reduce Cancer Treatment Related Risks

Dipnarine Maharaj, M.D., FACP, and Bella Maharaj

The survival rate for cancer patients is steadily rising, but successful treatments like chemotherapy and radiation come with an increased risk of blood disorders like leukemia, and can also damage one’s bone marrow, leading to immune system suppression. Collecting and storing stem cells before receiving chemotherapy and radiation therapy can later be used to boost immune function and fight treatment-induced cancer, if it occurs.
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How Can CBD Affect Your Sleep?

Amy Highland

More than a third of adults in the United States don’t get the recommended amount of sleep, making it hard for them to get through their days. CBD is a cannabinoid that is found in marijuana. It works as a mild sedative that can help your body to reduce pain and symptoms of anxiety that often cause sleeplessness.
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Researchers Say They Can Now Delay Menopause By Up To 20 Years
The Times of Israel

A firm founded by a pioneer of in vitro fertilization (IVF) has announced that it has developed a procedure that can delay menopause by up to 20 years in some women.
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Hormone Replacement Therapy Linked to Heart Fat, Hard Arteries
Erin Hare

In a study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, Pitt researchers showed for the first time that hormone replacement therapy affects the accumulation of heart fat—a new risk factor for cardiovascular disease in midlife women.
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Strategic Medicine: Researchers Develop ‘Trojan Horse’ Drug That Tricks, Then Kills Cancer Cells
John Anderer

A newly designed drug delivery system is capable of disguising chemotherapeutics as fat, a favorite snack of cancerous tumors, creating an effect likened to the “Trojan horse” tale heralded in Greek lore.
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What Are ‘Hormone Diets’ — and Can They Really Help You Lose Weight Quickly?
Christy Brissette

Search for “hormone diet” and there are more than 30 recent books on the topic. The authors allege that the reason people over 35 struggle to lose weight doesn’t have to do with eating too much or not exercising enough. They say it’s your hormones working against you.
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Professional Coaching Alleviates Burnout Symptoms in Physicians
Mayo Clinic

In a study in JAMA Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic researchers suggest a new approach to fighting burnout: external professional coaching.
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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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