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Aging as Molecular Damage Accumulation: the Role of Age Management Practitioners
Isabela M. B. David, M.D.
Calling attention to anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antiglycant foods that may be beneficial for most people.
CBD And Yoga: A Perfect Combo To Release Stress
See how CBD and yoga together help you combat stress.
In Memoriam: Jeanette M. Dunn, R.N.
Jeanette Dunn was long an essential part of AMMG’s educational initiatives.
Visual impairment in older women linked to increased risk of dementia
National Institute on Aging
A recent secondary analysis of data from the Women’s Health Initiative found that visual impairment may increase a person’s risk for dementia or mild cognitive impairment.
Lack of REM Sleep as A Predictor of Mortality
Marie Benz, M.D.
A doctoral student’s study shows REM sleep appears to be a reliable predictor of mortality and may have other predictive health values.
How To Reassess Your Retirement Priorities Post COVID-19
Jonathan Ford Hughes
How much money do you need to retire? You may have a number in mind, but COVID-19 has turned that number into a moving target.
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