Tip Sheet: Clinical Reports in Aging Intervention at the Winter 2011 Session of the 19th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine
Taking place 8-10 December 2011, The Winter 2011 Session of the 19th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine features over 80 world renowned experts who pr
Supplementing a low-fat diet with fish oil may slow the growth of prostate cancer cells.
Resveratrol may reduce levels of periodontis-causing bacteria in the mouth.
Daily Co-enzyme Q10 supplementation may counter the rise in oxidative stress associated with strenuous exercise and reduce subsequent muscle damage.
Atherosclerosis – the buildup of fat in the walls of arteries -- affects a large number of young men and women.
Taking aspirin regularly (at your doctor’s approval) may cut the risk of hereditary cancers in half.
People who struggle to fall or stay asleep almost every night are 30% to 45% more likely to have an acute myocardial infarction.
An active lifestyle helps to reduce the risk of glaucoma, a leading cause of blindness around the world.
Fragrant essential oils used for aromatherapy may emit potentially harmful indoor air pollutants such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and ultrafine particl
Exceptional cognitive and physical function in old age leaves a tell-tale immunologic fingerprint.
Taking place 8-10 December 2011, The Winter 2011 Session of the 19th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine features over 80 world renowned experts who present key clinical findings in human aging intervention. Physicians, scientists, health practitioners, and industry leaders are encouraged to register for this year’s must-attend premier educational program in anti-aging medicine. » Click here for conference info
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
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