AMMG Online Education: Why Do Centenarians Live So Long? presented by L. Stephen Coles, M.D., Ph.D.
In this lecture, delivered at the November 2007 AMMG conference, Dr. L. Stephen Coles discussed the autopsy report of a 106-year-old veteran of World War I, performed at the Palo Alto VA Hospital in July 2007, which revealed a uniform rate of aging in all his organs that was slower than normal throughout his life. Dr. Coles, who passed away in 2016, was the recipient of the 2008 Alan P. Mintz Award and a brilliant colleague, who combined his innate curiosity with a deep fascination for scientific discovery in multiple disciplines. His lecture is among the many available in our AMMG Online Education Free Courses section.
Physician Profile: Kathy Maupin, M.D., FACOG
Kathy C. Maupin, M.D., has practiced Obstetrics & Gynecology for more than 30 years. Dr. Maupin had an innate interest in age management medicine, and was intrigued by bioidentical hormone replacement therapy long before she received it herself, in a last-ditch attempt to save her health, career, family life, and happiness following a hysterectomy at age 47, She credits hormone pellet therapy with saving her life. She continues to be a fierce advocate, leader and innovator.
Kratom: Why It’s The Most Talked About Drug In Recent Times
Kratom, an herb native to Southeast Asia, is said to relieve chronic pain. Though it is gradually becoming legal in many countries, the FDA is still skeptical about use of the herb. What makes Kratom so controversial? Here are the details to let you decide for yourself.
Sign the New Petition to Save Peptides from the FDA
There is a new petition to save peptides from the FDA. The rate that the FDA is restricting compound pharmacies that make peptides is on the rise. If you want to save peptides then please sign the petition and pass it along to your friends and family.
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Aging Process is Unstoppable, Finds Unprecedented Study
Telemedicine Beyond the Pandemic
Anti-aging Compound that Improves Metabolic Health in Mice Improves Muscle Glucose Metabolism in People
New Alzheimer's Treatment Targets Identified
5 Common Causes of Low Sex Drive in Women
Deb Matthew, M.D.
Low libido is common in women, but solutions are available to help.
Testosterone Therapy Reduces Heart Attack and Stroke
European Association of Urology
Supplementing testosterone significantly reduces heart attacks and strokes in men with unnaturally low levels of the hormone, according to new research presented at the European Association of Urology congress.
Unhealthy Diet Linked to CHIP Mutation and CVD
In an observational study of more than 44,000 adults, an unhealthy diet that was low in fruits and vegetables and high in red meat was associated with a 25% increased likelihood of the presence of CHIP, which is a known risk factor for both hematologic cancer and cardiovascular disease.
FDA Approves New Drug Treatment for Chronic Weight Management, First Since 2014
FDA News Release
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Wegovy (semaglutide) injection for chronic weight management in adults with obesity or overweight with at least one weight-related condition, for use in addition to a reduced calorie diet and increased physical activity.
The Growing Global "Infodemic" around Stem Cell Therapies
Eileen Drage O'Reilly
An industry centered around unproven stem cell therapies is flourishing due to misinformation.
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