How to Treat Brain Aging

As we move into an era of human history where neurological health can’t always keep up with our vital organs and glands; we all worry about what could happen to our brain.   Some of us know loved ones who suffer from dementia and Parkinson’s.   Now we know things that we didn’t know and we are learning that complexity is the culprit in Alzheimer’s disease. There are dozens of biological mechanisms, with hundreds of interventions, involved in addressing this disease; and the necessary therapeutics vary by person and change over time. Today we might be able to offer a solution....

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The Hippocratic Oath

The Hippocratic Oath

The Hippocratic Oath The Hippocratic Oath of a medical doctor: “I swear by God, making God my witnesses, that I will carry out, according to my ability and judgment, this oath and this indenture. To hold my teacher in this art equal to my own parents; to make him partner in my livelihood; when he is in need of money to share mine with him; to consider his family as my own brothers, and to teach them this art, if they want to learn it, without fee or indenture; to impart precept, oral instruction, and all other instruction to my...

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Great Sleep is Your Key to Good Health!

Often patients ask me that they want to sleep better, and get more rest. It never surprises me when asked and I believe a third of my patients suffer from some form of insomnia.  Curiously, I ask questions.  Tell me if you get to sleep, stay asleep, what wakes you up, 3am for some is the devil’s hour…in Chinese medicine, its the liver overacting.  There is many thoughts on this subject and we will discuss later blogs when we speak about the spleen.  To help the sleep challenged,  I try to bring up the term “sleep hygiene”, and list off...

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Colon Cancer Before 30?

Can Anal Sex Give You Cancer? Are you at risk for dying of cancer?  Colon and rectal cancer rates are rising sharply among Americans in their 20s, according to a new study. Researchers haven’t yet pinpointed why, but the trend should be a wake-up call for young adults to pay closer attention to their health and watch what they eat while their risks are still low. The study by the American Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute found that people born in 1990 have four times the risk of rectal cancer and twice the risk of colon cancer as...

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New Age Skin

We have determined that not only is there a science to making skin look good, but we insist there is a system that you can follow to do this. Beginning this Spring, we encourage you to do a little thinking and consider a new line of skin therapy that originates in Bad-schelma, Germany and is made with the world’s finest ingredients, as a first medical center in South Florida, Hall Longevity Clinic is proudly introducing – the most exceptional skin care line – MBR – Medical Beauty Research. As described as, “the first German high-tech premium brand is the result...

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Oxytocin and Sexual Relations

Dr. Thierry Hertoghe is a Belgium based physician and is a key researcher of hormone use in humans.  Curiously, oxytocin is often thought that it only affects women during child birth.  This is not true, it is also found in the in men  In men, as in women, oxytocin facilitates bonding and is considered the “love drug”. Dads who got a boost of oxytocin via a nasal spray played more closely with their 5-month-old babies than dads who didn’t get the hormone zap, a 2012 study found. (There is another hormone, called vasopressin, which plays a stronger role in men.)...

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Stem Cell Therapy and the USA

Stem cell therapy is very exciting and is a very hot topic that never seems to fully explained by health care leaders, doctors or the press. Many US based clinics offering stem cell treatments make claims that are not supported by a current understanding of science. Stem cells have tremendous promise to help us understand and treat a range of diseases, injuries and other health-related conditions. We are entering a new frontier. Their potential is evident in the use of blood stem cells to treat diseases of the blood, a therapy that has saved the lives of thousands of children...

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Juice Junkie? Is It Good for You?

Miami Beach loves a new craze! A break down of the sexy raw juicing phenomena, the common mistakes & decoding some of the common “juice” terms and common mistakes “juicing junkies” make. Is “juicing” a fad or is it here to stay? What is most important to know about juicing are provenance, preparation and combinations. Where is the food item sourced from, who is handling it, how is it processed, and what combinations of food are important medicinally? There are so many juices out there. Each city has local favorites such as Easy Being Green, Juice Generation, Evolution Fresh, Jugo...

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How Does Testosterone Affect ED

Is sex really so complicated?  Honestly, it’s very complicated and the common banter around the catch term “androgens”, such as testosterone, DHE-S, DHT, (particularly testosterone), have been shown to have both central and peripheral effects… that mean on therein and the penis itself…which can influence both libido and penile erection (Traish et al., 2007; Buvat et al., 2010). They are necessary (although not sufficient) for sexual desire in men, are essential in the maintenance of libido, and have an important role in regulating erectile capacity (Mills et al., 1996; Gray et al., 2005; Gooren and Saad, 2006; Traish et al.,...

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