Vaccine is safe and recommended to everyone including women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or planning to get pregnant. Don’t delay getting yours
Amenorrhea (no menstrual period for three consecutive cycles) in an athletic woman with low body fat ratio such as a dancer, runner or professional body builder is associated with low Estrogen. Estrogen is crucial for bone health. Please speak to your doctor regarding treatment options that can prevent bone loss.
frequently starting low dose oral contraceptive can provide sufficient estrogen to maintain healthy bone mass and restore regular menstrual cycle.
I wanted to share this moving article by a breast cancer survivor and her refreshing view on aging. Please read it, it puts aging in a whole new perspective
Also since we are on the topic of breast cancer, I wanted to encourage your to perform regular, monthly breast exams because 1 in 8 women will get it in her lifetime, know your body and protect yourself! This is a link to a video on yourtube that demonstrates exactly what to do
Diet is just one component of staying healthy while aging. Be physically active, stay mentally sharp, remain socially engaged AND follow a good diet
The following link is to a recent NY Times article about the specific benefits of Mediterranean Diet and its positive impact on your DNA.
I wanted to dedicate my first post to something that is very important to me. I am aware that there is a lot of information on the internet regarding the risk and possible harm of vaccination, I understand that we want to protect ourselves and our children from any harm and that is why I wanted to share an amazing article that I recently came across. It is written by Dr. Jennifer Raff and addresses the many misconceptions that parents have on the topic of vaccination and it provides links to very reliable scientific articles that support her statements. Vaccines have revolutionized health care as we know it and still continue to do so every single day. Someone’s false believe has sparked a passionate debate but for me and others in the medical community the answer is simple. Vaccinate!