AMMG Online Education: Dispelling the Myths of Age Management Medicine by Michale J. Barber, M.D.
In this classic lecture, now made available for everyone to experience, Dr. Mickey Barber debunks several common misconceptions or misunderstandings in medicine, specifically in the area of Age Management Medicine, based on literature review and clinical experience.
Physician Profile: William Clearfield, D.O.
Dr. William Clearfield has 33 years of medical experience, but as a physician he has continually reinvented himself over the course of his career.
Breast cancer pill shows benefit in certain hard-to-treat cases
Carla K. Johnson
Results suggest more patients should get their tumors tested for BRCA mutations to help guide treatment decisions.
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury May be Associated with Growth Hormone, Pituitary Deficiencies
Both pediatric and adult patients who sustain mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) may experience pituitary deficiencies and/or growth hormone deficiencies resulting from their injuries, according to new research.
Early menopause may raise stroke risk
Early menopause could mean an increased risk of stroke caused by blocked blood vessels, according to a new study. Yet for each year of menopause delay, stroke risk fell by 2 percent.
Diabetes vaccine shows promise at preserving the body’s insulin production
Researchers in Sweden say a clinical study of a potential vaccine for type 1 diabetes has produced encouraging results.
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