Elliot Dinetz, M.D. Talks About Developing a Personalized Nutrition Plan
In this conversation with Dr. Galen Eversole, Dr. Elliot Dinetz discusses how he goes about developing personal nutrition plans for his patients.
The Corporate Shield: A Light that Pierces Through the National Practitioner Data Bank’s Dark Shadow
Zachariah B. Parry, Esq
The practice of medicine, it turns out, like the practice of law, is a messy endeavor. You can’t just assess a patient, diagnose them, and treat them. There are so many other considerations, most of which are created by those lawyers working in a field that was not quite as they pictured it, either. These unwanted complexities lead to what I am calling the Physician’s Lament: “Why can’t I just treat my patients?”
5 Ways CBD Can Ease Aging and Improve Longevity
Many are turning to natural products such as CBD, that are holistic in their therapeutic benefits. Not only will CBD improve the appearance of your skin, but it also retains a glut of additional health benefits. There are a multitude of anti-aging products being developed specifically with CBD included, due to the wide-ranging array of benefits that it holds.
2 Blood Proteins May Hold the Secret to Living Longer
Pomegranate Extract Could Unlock a Powerful ‘Fountain of Youth’ Treatment for Seniors
How Psychedelic Trips Are Helping People Heal from Trauma
Scientists Find Potential Cure for Arthritis Pain—by Using Electricity to Regrow Cartilage
Window to the Grave: Simple Eye Test Could Reveal How Long You Have Left to Live
Older Women on Hormone Replacement Therapy Are HALF as Likely to Die From COVID Than Their Peers, Study Suggests
Luke Andrews, Emily Craig
Women have consistently had a lower death rate than men throughout the pandemic, with high levels of the female hormone estrogen thought to be playing a role.
Men, Smokers More Likely to Have Undiagnosed Asthma, According to Study
A recent study found that men, smokers, and older people are more likely to have asthma symptoms without a diagnosis of asthma, which can likely be attributed to other factors regarding their overall health.
Inflammatory Markers Indicate Dementia Decades Before Symptoms
A new study suggests that inflammatory markers, part of the body’s defense strategy against dementia, are noticeable ten to twenty years in advance of the disease.
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Calorie Restriction Yields ‘Remarkable’ Health Benefits That Can Lead to Longer Lifespan
Researchers at Yale University concluded the first controlled study of calorie restriction in healthy humans. Results confirm that it leads to “remarkable” long-term health benefits, and also identified a protein connected to calorie restriction that may ensure a longer, healthier life.
Revolutionary Blood Test Can Detect Over 50 Genetic Neurological Diseases: ‘Will Be a Game-Changer’
An international team of scientists are creating a single blood test to find over 50 genetic diseases. They expect the revolutionary blood test to cut the time of diagnosis for neurological and muscular disorders from decades to days.
Non-invasive Procedures to Account for 50% of the Aesthetic Medicine Market Share
With a market share of over 40%, North America is likely to maintain its dominance in the medical aesthetics industry. Non-invasive procedure is expected to be the highest revenue generating service.
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