I had the pleasure of joining Yinh Kiefer on her podcast Ten with Yinh recently. What started as a conversation about hormones in perimenopause for both women and men morphed into much more- like politics and stress and how they impact our health. She and I had a wonderful time, and at the end, IContinue reading “Podcast Guest!”
Category Archives: gynecology
The Integrative Approach to Understanding Hormonal Balance
Hello everyone, I recently spoke informally to a lovely group at BlueFusionFitness in Waltham, and the owner, Grace, was kind enough to record it. In it, I describe the interdependency of the Neuro-Immune-Hormone systems and their role in your health. I cover the role of cortisol and stress, and go over common health issues that areContinue reading “The Integrative Approach to Understanding Hormonal Balance”
A Woman’s Journey with Hormones
I love Jeanette Winterson as a novelist, but in this piece for the Guardian, she is simply yet one more woman who suffered stress, which resulted in her body-mind distress, and then was on an all too familiar medical road with professionals saying she was fine, that “her tests were fine”. It’s a good thoughContinue reading “A Woman’s Journey with Hormones”
Heres a quick online article that I was consulted in. Enjoy! http://www.womenshealthmag.com/mom/what-not-to-eat-when-pregnant/slide/1
Hormones and breast cancer risk: a link to a review.
When I am seeing someone who has menopausal symptoms, bad enough to seek relief, I am asked almost 100% of the time if the bio-identicals I am suggesting will increase the risk of cancer. I explain the differences between progestin, a synthetic chemical implicated in cancer, and progesterone, a naturally occurring hormone. I explain whyContinue reading “Hormones and breast cancer risk: a link to a review.”
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