Age Management Boston programs help patients reach optimal health and maintain their youth.
Age Management Boston designs individualized health programs to reduce the effects of aging, prevent degenerative disease, and improve long-term quality of life. Based on a patient’s individual health needs and lifestyle goals, Dr. Katz and Dr. Nadelberg create programs that leverage the synergies between diet, exercise, and conventional and alternative medicines to promote greater energy and develop optimal fitness.
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“I love everything in the world ... except for ticks.” – The Dalai Lama New England has the highest incidence of Lyme disease in the world, with Martha’s Vineyard and Westchester, NY leading the way. This summer we will have another difficult season with Lyme and...read more
The pollen count in Atlanta Georgia on April 11 was as high as any date since 2015. Georgia has been subject to the same sort of weather that we've experienced here – colder and wetter than usual. The first wave of tree pollen will be triggered by the transition into...read more
A Hypertension Solution In my last newsletter, I explained how the new American Heart Association Hypertension Guidelines will fail to reverse our growing high blood pressure problem. Milton Packer, MD, cardiologist and provocative blogger on Medpage, has labeled it...read more
There is a Way to Fix the Hypertension Crisis. New Guidelines Won't Do It. In a famous psychology experiment, subjects watch a video of students, moving in circles, pass two basketballs around. The task is to count the number of passes that are made. At the end of the...read more
Predictions for this weekend are for windchills of -20 degrees in cities, -30 degrees in the suburbs. You have a significant risk of rapid hypothermic injury. Hypothermia is a nasty, subtle, and potentially fatal condition. The sequence of hypothermia is: You can get...read more
Adults with diabetes are two to four times more likely to die from heart disease than adults without diabetes. At least 68 percent of people age 65 or older with diabetes die from some form of heart disease; and 16% die of stroke. Diabetes is the seventh leading cause...read more