Navigation Links
Executive Medicine of Texas Joins Forever Health Physician Network; Forever Health’s National Spokesperson is Suzanne Somers
Date:11/13/2013

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 13, 2013

One of the the most influential forces in preventative health, Executive Medicine of Texas, has joined Forever Health Physician Network to bring patients both information and the treatment they need when it comes to bio-identical hormone replacement.

Suzanne Somers acts as the national spokesperson for Forever Health, with thousands of her readers looking for qualified doctors in BHRT and wellness medicine.

Executive Medicine of Texas, located in Southlake, TX assists patients from around the globe in maintaining their youth and living longer, healthier lives. The physicians practice what Somers has been preaching to millions of her fans for years, making the practice a perfect match for Forever Health Network, a network of physicians Somers refers to often in her new book, "I’m Too Young For This!" (http://www.suzannesomers.com)

“Suzanne has really done her research. She knows more about bio-identical hormones and preventative medicine than most mainstream physicians,” says Walter Gaman, MD a founding partner at Executive Medicine of Texas (http://www.emtexas.com) and now a member of the Forever Health Network. “I actually enjoy having her fans as patients because they come pre-educated about wellness and hormones.”

Somers was originally introduced to the physicians of Executive Medicine of Texas during her first of several appearances on, "The Staying Young Show" (http://www.stayingyoungshow.com) their nationally syndicated radio show.

Mark Anderson, MD states, “We always had respect for Suzanne, but having her on the show for lengthy conversations about preventative
'/>"/>

Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2012 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related medicine news :

1. YourMembership.com’s JP Guilbault to Speak at New England Society of Association Executives 2013 Technology Conference
2. Global Life Sciences Consulting Firm, MAETRICS, Appoints Fortune 100 Sales Executive, R.J. Lemieux.
3. Young America Confirms Christopher R. Behrens as President and Chief Executive Officer
4. 5 Complimentary Registrations Available to C-Level Hospital Executives for Becker’s Sold Out CEO Strategy Roundtable
5. Contract Research Organization WCCT Global Welcomes Edward Kim as Executive Director, Early Clinical Development
6. Heated Mouse: Introducing ValueRays® Executive Series Heated Computer Mice
7. Youth Town Board Names Pepper Pratt as New Executive Director
8. Steaz® Announces Two New Executive Appointments: Ralf Lottermann as Chairman and Linda Barron as Chief Executive Officer
9. Let Me Run Appoints Paul Martino As First Executive Director
10. Della Shea of Symcor Selected as Canada’s First Information Security Executive® of the Year
11. University of Western States Board Elects Executive Committee Members
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:4/17/2014)... variant specifically associated with the risk of a ... cent of all breast cancer cases. , The ... called invasive lobular carcinoma, gives researchers important clues ... of breast cancer, which can be missed through ... the journal PloS Genetics , was co-led ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... In the April issue of Experimental Biology ... by Drs. Rex Gaskins and Paul Kenis in ... campus of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign describe ... reduction-oxidation reactions underlie a variety of cell functions ... to these crucial roles in regulating normal cellular ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... Pediatrician-in-Chief Jon McCullers, MD, was recently invited to ... Nature Reviews Microbiology , one of the ... world-renowned infectious disease specialist, and chair of the ... Health Science Center, analyzed the epidemiology and microbiology ... pandemics, as well as more recent 2009 novel ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... million older Americans suffer from depression, often brought on ... research a project that followed the lives of ... found that Internet use among the elderly can reduce ... , "That,s a very strong effect," said Shelia Cotten, ... and media who led the project. "And it all ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... of Medicine (BUSM) have discovered that the anti-seizure ... model. The findings, reported in the American ... lead to more effective treatments for alcoholism. , ... leading causes of illness and death in the ... limiting the productivity of workers and necessitating huge ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:First genetic link discovered to difficult-to-diagnose breast cancer sub-type 2Health News:First genetic link discovered to difficult-to-diagnose breast cancer sub-type 3Health News:Live cell imaging reveals distinct alterations of subcellular glutathione potentials 2Health News:Internet use can help ward off depression among elderly 2Health News:BUSM researchers find anti-seizure drug may reduce alcohol consumption 2
... (HealthDay News) -- Married men or those in common-law relationships ... are single, divorced or widowed, according to a new study ... receiving medical care sooner, married men are more likely to ... study,s findings could help inform the public about why prompt ...
... of the University of Granada and Edimbourgh have developed ... might improve significantly chemotherapy, as it has not cause ... encapsulation of a catalyst (palladium) into microspheres, to synthesize ... avoiding any toxicity. This system captures palladium within its ...
... from the Hebrew University have identified the molecular basis for ... this research have just been published in the journal ... genetic information required for building the proteins of the cell. ... in the cell function. These changes can lead to defects ...
... A group of French scientists (from the Unit of ... Research, Bobigny, France; the French Institute for Prevention and ... Cancer Institute) have published a paper in the ... guidelines for drinking and the relation of alcohol to ...
... the brain,s master circadian clock known as the suprachiasmatic ... rhythmic neural activity begins to decline by middle age. The ... have implications for the large number of older people who ... "Aging has a profound effect on circadian timing," said ...
... By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter , ... in the mid-1990s, powerful antiretroviral therapies have radically improved ... world. Now, research suggests that when made ... effective for African patients. The finding stems from ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Married Men Seem to Seek Help for Heart Attacks Sooner 2Health News:A new therapy without side effects could improve dramatically chemotherapy 2Health News:Hebrew U. scientists identify molecular basis for DNA breakage 2Health News:Are drinking guidelines adequate regarding the risk of cancer? 2Health News:Are drinking guidelines adequate regarding the risk of cancer? 3Health News:Study shows new evidence of age-related decline in the brain's master circadian clock 2Health News:Study shows new evidence of age-related decline in the brain's master circadian clock 3Health News:Study shows new evidence of age-related decline in the brain's master circadian clock 4Health News:Study shows new evidence of age-related decline in the brain's master circadian clock 5Health News: Drugs Can Bring HIV-Infected Africans Normal Life Spans 2Health News: Drugs Can Bring HIV-Infected Africans Normal Life Spans 3Health News: Drugs Can Bring HIV-Infected Africans Normal Life Spans 4
(Date:1/15/2014)... 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- ChinaMarketResearchReports.com adds "China Orthopedic Instrument Industry ... (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140115/MN46792 ) Benefiting ... China,s orthopedic instrument industry has ... size rising from 3.28 billion yuan in 2006 to ...
(Date:1/15/2014)... Jan. 15, 2014 As health officials across the Midwest ... Meijer pharmacies in Michigan will offer ... patients, enabling Meijer pharmacists to administer tests and, in some ... a physician participating in the study. The ...
(Date:1/15/2014)... Corporation (the "Company") (NASDAQ: CLSN ) today ... to purchase an aggregate of approximately $15 million of ... offering, led by a dedicated health care fund. ... these investors pursuant to which the Company agreed to ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Orthopedic Instrument Industry in China Markets Forecast to 2015 2Orthopedic Instrument Industry in China Markets Forecast to 2015 3Meijer Pharmacy Offers Free Flu, Strep Testing as Influenza Cases Rise Across the Midwest 2Meijer Pharmacy Offers Free Flu, Strep Testing as Influenza Cases Rise Across the Midwest 3Celsion Corporation Announces $15 Million At-The-Market Registered Direct Offering 2Celsion Corporation Announces $15 Million At-The-Market Registered Direct Offering 3
... (IGF-1) is a polypeptide of 70 amino acids ... of related insulin-like growth factors present in the ... with proinsulin and has a number of biological ... hormone (GH) dependent to a high degree, but ...
...
...
...
Medicine Products: