Married men with two or more children may be at significantly lower risk for having a fatal cardiovascular event
Prehypertension may be associated with a greater risk of stroke.
People have an unconscious form of memory that allows them to learn while sleeping.
Scientists warn that death rates linked to climate change will increase in several European countries over the next 60 years.
Fruits and vegetables reduce risks of specific types of colorectal cancers, but effects differ by site of origin.
Not only may dietary supplementation with omega-3s help to reduce symptoms of depression, it may reduce decline in verbal skills.
Harvard University (US) team elucidates mechanism by which coffee may help to reduce the risk of developing type-2 diabetes.
Insufficient vitamin B-12 status may increase the risk of reduced mental function and increase the loss of brain volume, among older people.
Consuming walnuts may help to increase inferential reasoning, a skill necessary for critical thinking and decision-making.
The human brain doesn't stop developing at adolescence, but continues well into our 20s
21–23 Fellowship in Anti-Aging, Regenerative & Functional Medicine: Module IV or VII
21–23 Stem Cell Fellowship:
21–23 Implementing the Newest Integrative and Functional Approaches into Your Medical Practice:
A Monday Morning Approach
21–23 Certification in Brain Fitness: Module I
8–10 Certification in Cardiovascular Health: Module I
8–10 Fellowship in Anti-Aging, Regenerative & Functional Medicine: Module I or V or VIII or XIII
8–10 Stem Cell Fellowship:
A4M Board Certification Exams offered at this venue