Eugene Shippen, M.D. Talks About Endocrinology
Dr. Derrick M. DeSilva, Jr. interviews Dr. Eugene Shippen, author of “The Testosterone Syndrome” who has been in medical practice since 1973, and whose focus since 1988 has been aging endocrinology.
AMMG Adds to Library of Online Education for Physicians and Healthcare Professionals
AMMG’s online education library continues to grow, and has now expanded to include a second Hormones module, an Advanced Peptides course, Practice Management, and more.
Environmental Toxins Make Us Ill, Yet Don’t Have To
Elliot Dinetz, M.D.
How detox can help limit toxic burden and restore cognitive and physical health.
UPDATE: Status of Peptides as of May 22, 2020
Edwin Lee, M.D.
Cheap Steroid Reduces COVID-19 Deaths in Large Study
The drug would be the first known to reduce deaths in COVID-19 patients.
Weight & COVID-19: What Does Research Actually Tell Us?
So far, there is no conclusive evidence that it’s the fat on people’s bodies that’s driving worse COVID-19 symptoms.
Millennium Health Centers Alert on the Emerging Science of COVID-19's Effects on the Brain and Nervous System
If left unchecked, the ultimate effect of COVID-19 will be a population of individuals with diminished mental and physical capacity.
People With O Blood Type Appear to Have a Lower Risk of Catching Coronavirus, Preliminary Study Says
Having the O blood type may reduce a person's chances of catching the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
Rheumatoid Arthritis Drug Shows Promise Against COVID-19, Study Finds
A drug against rheumatoid arthritis called baricitinib could potentially be repurposed to treat patients with COVID-19.
How Male-Centric Medicine Endangers Women’s Health—and What We Can Do About It
Alison J. McGregor, M.D.
Sex differences can and should be integrated into our understanding of susceptibility, illness severity, treatments, pharmaceuticals, and vaccine formulations.
Cancer Experts Develop Precision Medicine-Based Genetic Testing Framework for Prostate Cancer
An international panel of cancer researchers has published a multidisciplinary, consensus-driven framework for genetic testing of prostate cancer patients
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