Ejournal of Age Management Medicine
Ejournal November 2018
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Eugene Shippen, M.D., Discusses His Long Career Using HormonesJuly video placeholder

In this conversation with Derrick DeSilva, Jr., M.D., Dr. Eugene Shippen discusses what he has learned about hormones during his long career. Dr. Shippen’s endocrinology practice has focused on male and female hormonal evaluation and treatment, especially since the publication of his book, “The Testosterone Syndrome” in 1998.

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AMMG Announces November Conference Agenda

Jeff Morris

This November’s Clinical Applications for Age Management Medicine Conference in Tucson, Arizona, will include a revised format, featuring an expanded, two-day TBI workshop and a Peptide Certification course, in addition to the traditional multi-track Pre-Conference options and three days of General Sessions.
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Alcohol and Cognitive Function

Mark Scheutzow, M.D., Ph.D., MHA, MPH

It is obvious that chronic dependent drinking is associated with Korsakoff syndrome and alcoholic dementia, but the long-term effects of light or moderate alcohol consumption are poorly understood.
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Mens Health Column

New Drug to Boost Women’s Sex Drive Approved by FDA
Associated Press

U.S. women will soon have another drug option designed to boost low sex drive: a shot they can give themselves in the thigh or abdomen that raises sexual interest for several hours.
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Fitness in Medicine

Why Men Won’t Go to the Doctor, and How to Change That
Laura Landro

Hospitals are creating centers, often run by their urology departments, to provide comprehensive male-focused care, in a more welcoming environment than the traditional physician’s office.
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Black Men Not at Higher Risk of Dying from Prostate Cancer, Study Finds
Shamard Charles, M.D.

This casts doubt on the widely held belief that, when it comes to African American prostate health, genetic factors play a larger role than health disparities.
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Why Doctors Need Own-Occupation Disability Insurance
Andrew Holloway

Understanding the essential differences between employer-provided group plans and own-occupation medical disability insurance is critical to making an informed choice to protect yourself financially in the event of an injury or illness.
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Researchers Call for Personalized Approach to Brain Health
University of Arizona

A team of researchers has proposed a new model for studying age-related cognitive decline—one that's tailored to the individual.
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