Articles under IGF-1


  • The Grim Reaper Came Knocking and I Answered by Correcting my Hormones and Peptides!

    The Grim Reaper Came Knocking and I Answered by Correcting my Hormones and Peptides! By Dr. Richard Lippman Death came calling when I suffered a minor arrhythmia. My damaged youth started when my close friends pushed me aside and sometimes retorted with irritating comments. I hadn’t realized how negative I had become and its unwelcome effects upon my friends. My neurosurgeon colleague diagnosed me with Asperger’s syndrome (a form of autism), but he had only part...
  • Some Highlights of the 2011 London Medical Conference

    Some Highlights of the 2011 London Medical Conference I was reinvigorated by doctors Wright’s and Gordon’s September lectures in London, England. They reaffirmed old knowledge and brought to light new research in the exciting field of anti-aging medicine. For example, ...
  • Balanced cortisol, critical to health and longevity

    Balanced cortisol, critical to health and longevity Some hormones are too high and some too low Bursting with energy and enthusiasm, a 67-year-old elegantly dressed woman arrived at my office out of breath. Her glowing face framed a wide smile. She said that a psychiatrist had referred her to me since she was diagnosed with hypomania. She further explained that she spent her time with a boundless energy and enthusiasm for dinner parties and around-the-clock house cleaning....
  • Advanced Hormone Therapy, IGF-1 and HGH, Part I

    Advanced Hormone Therapy, IGF-1 and HGH, Part I My patient, Mona, breezed into my office with a desperate look on her beautiful face. In a hurried and flustered manner, she explained that aging was playing havoc with her skin. In spite of using umpteen lotions and cosmetic creams, her fine lines and crevasses were becoming a permanent fixture on the landscape of her face. Her muscles were becoming droopy, and her thinking was less than clear and creative compared to years ago. ...
  • Insomnia cured at last

    Insomnia cured at last Lack of sleep causes weight gain¹ and a host of other health problems² and until 2011, the medical community has only addressed its symptoms with prescription drugs loaded with side effects. For example, five years ago Rep. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. took Ambien® at bedtime, and five hours later, he almost ran down a DC cop thinking it was time to go to work at 3:00 am! Why Treat Symptoms Of Insomnia? Why Not Solve Its Underlying Causes? Other ...
  • Application of smart drugs - for enhanced health and longevity

    Application of smart drugs - for enhanced health and longevity Is the new film Limitless fiction or fact? ‘Limitless,’ the movie, is explained by the following synopsis. A young writer has been down-and-out on this luck for several years. He has writer’s block, thus he cannot complete his half-finished novel. He is threatened with eviction from his apartment, his girlfriend leaves him, and he mope...
  • Improve Your Health Significantly with Superfood

    Improve Your Health Significantly with Superfood Unknown to many, most people enjoy only average to mediocre health. Usually only top athletes achieve superior health, when they hire expensive sports medicine doctors and trainers, but during the last thirty years, specialized sports-medicine technology has evolved and ordinary folks without a lot of money may now access and enjoy it. America’s leading research journals support sports medicine, but unfortunately the popular news me...
  • New Method of Improved BHRT

    (Bioidentical Hormone Replacement or Corrective Therapy)Understanding Pharmacokinetics Allows Optimal Hormone Replacement By Doctors Richard Lippman and Russell Laudon Mother Nature employs a “pulsing schedule” in our endocrine glands Taking hormones and nutrients only once a day does not promote optimal health. Ideally, we should consume them six times daily since Mother Nature employs this “pulsing schedule” in our endocrine glands...