10 Signs and Symptoms of PCOS

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome affects 1 in 10 women and is a little bit of a misnomer - the ovaries are not required to even have cysts, and just because you have cysts, it does not mean you have PCOS.  A commonly undiagnosed problem, PCOS is the most common hormone abnormality in a woman under age... Continue Reading →

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Alcohol Causes Cancer

Imagine that a sip of wine touches your lips.  It travels down the esophagus, stomach, intestines and is metabolized by the liver. And that's exactly where the future cancers lie: the lips, mouth, larynx (voice box), pharynx or upper throat, esophagus (the food pipe), stomach, colon, rectum, and the liver. Then add in breast cancer,... Continue Reading →

The Cost of US Healthcare

Americans spend significantly more on health care than other countries, upwards of $3.1 trillion per year (that's $3,100,000 million), yet our lifespan is not comparatively long. Other countries with longer lifespans than the US include Canada, the UK and Sweden; and they all do it for less money. Cost of the Top 5 Major Conditions Diabetes... Continue Reading →

Your Health is Your Wealth

During your golden years, healthcare will very likely be your biggest expense. By the time you get done reading this article, you will surely understand the inevitability and wisdom of spending cash on healthcare. That's because you worked hard for decades to save money for retirement. The question is this: When you are over age... Continue Reading →

What is High-Intensity Interval Training?

While aerobic exercise is most traditional, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is increasingly favored for its fat-burning anaerobic power, accomplished in a fraction of the time. A HIIT workout alternates cycles of short, intense energy bursts with longer rest periods, using resistance training.   As perfect as this is for busy professionals, HIIT isn't for everyone because it... Continue Reading →

I Might Have Prediabetes

If you have been told that you "might" have pre-diabetes, then consider that you "do" have it. That's because you can prevent death and disability through some very bad actors that would hit you at about the same time you could be chasing your children or grandchildren. My grandmother died of kidney failure due to diabetes,... Continue Reading →

The Effects of Aging

Age Management Medicine is the study of how the human body ages with time. Aging affects DNA on the cellular level, thus every organ system is affected. Starting generally, here are changes that occur with aging: General:  Fatigue, headaches, brain 'fog', mood swings, depression, memory loss, insomnia and sleep deprivation, water retention, and bloating can... Continue Reading →

Aging Over 50

Today's age management medicine doctors are geared to reverse the complications of aging. We want you to chase your grandchildren, not suffer on the sidelines in the disability section. Rest knowing that age management medicine is an American Medical Association (AMA) Board Certified specialty. We routinely free you of obesity, chronic metabolic syndrome, and their... Continue Reading →

10 Complications of Diabetes

By the time you finish reading this article, you will want to avoid diabetes or pre-diabetes. If you are over age 50, you will especially need to avoid getting Type II or adult diabetes. In 2015, there were an estimated 30.3 million in the US with diabetes, or 1 in 10 adults. That figure is an... Continue Reading →

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