Category Archives: W4WN Live Radio Shows

How To Have a Healthy Happy Heart- February 14 on Fearless Fabulous You! 

I know you have a Good Heart. But is it healthy? We'll discuss how to have a healthy heart this Valentine's Day with Dr. Elsa-Grace Giardina – Director at the Center for Women’s Health in Cardiology and Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center / Columbia Doctors. [caption id="attachment_24395" align="aligncenter" width="350"] Dr. Elsa-Grace
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Sex and Cancer-What Women and their Partners Should Know- Feb 7

Intimacy is an important part of the healing process and to your overall health. A new book, Sex and Cancer, addresses this topic with clarity and sensitivity, Melanie Young will be speaking with the authors, Dr. Saketh Guntapalli and Maryann Karinch Feb 7, 12 noon EST on Fearless Fabulous You W4WN Radio - The Women 4 Women Network
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Why Fasting Once a Week May Be Good for You

 Josh Mittledorf, PhD. takes a scholarly approach to an inevitable age-old dilemma: aging. In Cracking the Aging Code, he explains the science of growing old and what it means for staying young. A provocative read. Dr., Mittledorf joins me to discuss Nov 22 on #FearlessFabulousYou 12 noon EST W4WN Radio - The Women 4 Women Network. A
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Learn Expert Tips on Managing Diabetes-Fearless Fabulous You November 15

World Diabetes Day is Tuesday November 14. If you are among the one in 10 women living with diabetes. A diagnosis can be costly to your physical, emotional and financial health. Here are few statistics from the  American Diabetes Association 1 in 4 Americans age 65 and older are diabetic. 2 out of every 5 women diagnosed with diabetes are of reproductive
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Learn what a Leading Cancer Specialist Is Doing To Help Underserved Patients with Breast Cancer

Because 70% of all breast cancer deaths occur in low-middle income countries, leading cancer specialist, Dr. Paul Goss, founded the Global Cancer Institute (GCI) to help provide programs and services to help underserved patients with cancer in the U.S.A. and developing countries. According to the GCI, by 2025, 59% of all new cancer cases and 68% of
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