Study Links Mediterranean Diet to Healthy Aging
A five-country research study recently published in the journal Gut suggests that eating a Mediterranean diet for a year boosts the types of gut bacteria linked to healthy aging while reducing the gut bacteria associated with harmful inflammation in senior citizens. Read more.
A Taste of New Orleans
In less than a month, more than 2,000 attendees will descend on the Big Easy for the ACOFP 57th Annual Convention & Scientific Seminars. Whether you’re coming early, staying after or just looking for a fun way to fill your nights in New Orleans, this week’s blog post provides some recommendations of the best places to try, from ACOFP President Robert C. DeLuca, FACOFP dist., and James E. Froelich III, DO, FACOFP dist.
Millennials' Top Four Views About Health Care
According to data from the Deloitte Global Millennial Survey 2019, there are four top views on health care for millennials. Read more to learn about their main issues of concern.
ACOFP Fellows: Join Us for the Conclave of Fellows Breakfast Meeting
This Conclave of Fellows business meeting, on March 21 at ACOFP '20, will welcome the new Fellows being inducted into the Conclave and celebrate the Fellows being presented with the prestigious Distinguished Fellow Awards. The Conclave is also very excited to have Past President Paul C. Martin, DO, FACOFP dist., present the Mary Burnett, DO, FACOFP dist., lecture. Purchase your ticket today.