25
Sep

11 Health Optimizers to Fine Tune Your Body: Part II

No one wants to go to the doctor. It takes time, it is not pleasant, and sometimes the procedures can be painful, but the benefits outweigh the negatives. Last time I shared with you some exams and measurements to keep you health. Today I’d like to share with you part two of my health optimizers …

18
Sep

11 Health Optimizers to Fine Tune Your Body: Part I

Many people know the things they need to do to keep healthy, but they just don’t do them. Remember, it is only by preparing and actively taking control of your health that you can stay well; believe me, it’s better to stay well than to get well. Today I want to share with you part …

11
Sep

5 Simple Tips to Stay Well

With all of the available diet fads and exercise programs to stay well, there is sometimes too much information for people to consume. With too many options, people are left feeling confused, and end up not doing anything! That is why I wanted to share 5 simple tips that you can incorporate in your life …

8
Jul

Expert on Women’s Health Selected as the Recipient of the 2013 NAMS Media Award

For Immediate Release San Antonio, TX Dr. Mache Seibel, a well-known expert on women’s health and founder of My Menopause Magazine, has been selected as the recipient of the 2013 NAMS Media Award on behalf of the North American Menopause Society. He will be awarded during a private awards ceremony on Thursday, October 10, 2013 …

19
Jun

Heart Disease and Menopause

Cardiovascular heart disease (CVD) is the number one killer in women over age 65 and the second leading cause of death among women ages 45 to 64. More women die from cardiovascular disease than all other causes of deaths such as lung cancer, breast cancer, stroke and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) combined. So, it’s …

29
May

Part I: Twelve Essential Tests for Menopausal Women

So many things are changing during perimenopause and perimenopause that it can be difficult to know what is normal and what is not. Every day can be a new experience – not necessarily a bad one. That is why it is so important to keep a close eye on your health. With so many years …

14
Mar

Breast Cancer and Risk of Radiation on Your Heart

A new article in the New England Journal of Medicine that came out today showed that women who receive radiotherapy for breast cancer have a higher risk of ischemic heart disease. The authors studied 2168 women who had radiotherapy for breast cancer between 1958 and 2001 in Sweden and Denmark. Within 5 years of receiving …

6
Nov

Diabetic Heart Disease – Bypass Better Than Stent – Freedom Study

For people with diabetes, heart disease is one of the most serious complications. And people with heart disease and partially blocked arteries often are candidates for preventing a heart attack. the choices for now are doing open heart surgery and bypassing the blocked artery by removing it and sewing in a segment of vein from …

17
Oct

Heart Attacks in Women – What You Need To Know

I want to share this interview I did with Puja Mehta, a cardiologist at the Barbara Streisand Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Here she discusses heart attacks in women and what you need to know. Men and women have such different symptoms that many women don’t realize that symptoms like nausea or neck pain or indigestion could …

12
Sep

Vitamin D Prevents Heart Disease in Menopause

Your always hearing people talking about vitamins. The term comes from the words vital and amines – vitamins. These are substances that your body needs to live and be healthy. Vitamin D is the only vitamin that your body can make; the other vitamins must be either eaten with foods or taken as a supplement. …

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