BOCA RATON, Fla., Dec. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine held the world's largest Anti-Aging Conference this December 2015 at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 23rd Annual Conference earned the designation as the largest longevity, anti-aging medical conference to occur in history, with participation by over 5100 medical specialists and attendees and more than 450 exhibition booths from over 60 nations.
A now $380 billion industry, anti-aging medicine continues to be championed by the A4M as it continues in a period of explosive growth. The anti-aging industry is now projected by economic experts to exceed $1 trillion dollars before 2025. At this pace, anti-aging medical therapies are expected to soon displace the disease-based healthcare, which has been the focus of contemporary Western medicine.
When asked about the impact of anti-aging sciences on communities across the globe, globally recognized anti-aging guru and physician founder of this anti-aging revolution and healthcare specialty, Dr. Ron Klatz, MD, DO stated, "The A4M is excited to see our decades of research resulting in incredible achievements. We are pleased to announce that varying communities spanning the globe are now achieving average life expectancies of 91.5 years versus the standard 68 year life expectancy for those only receiving standard care." He continued, "This 23.5 year difference is so substantial that I have coined it 'the anti-aging dividend'."
Dr. Klatz discussed the current challenges related to environmental toxicity. He stated, "Scientists are repeatedly reporting astounding amounts of heavy metals and micro/nano- particulates in the air we breathe, as well as unbelievable levels of toxins including prescription drugs, hormones, and fracking wastes in the drinking water of over 50% of American cities." He went on to further explain "additionally, the rising level of electromagnetic (RF) smog from 'smart' meters, cell phones, and WiFi microwave radiation is fueling the epidemic. These seemingly unavoidable toxins are fueling exponentially multiplying numbers of patients suffering from brain fog, tinnitus, insomnia, and brain cancers. In light of this, the A4M believes physicians and their patients seeking longevity must now address environmental toxicity, as there will be no anti-aging without detoxification."
The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, the A4M, is headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida. The A4M was established in 1991 and now represents over 26,000 physician members in 120 countries. The A4M provides continuing education to physicians, as well as specialized training programs, and a board certification. www.WorldHealth.net. www.A4m.com
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