When I first met Wendy Diamond in the mid 1990s we connected instantly. I was running my eponymous public relations firm, and she was launching a cookbook entitled "A Musical Feast." This brunette bundle of energy with the blue-green magnetic eyes had managed to secure recipes from everyone who mattered in the music business, fromRead more
Category Archives: Fearless Fabulous You
Fertility Expert Offers Latest Options for Cancer Survivors
Many women of child bearing age faced with a cancer diagnosis are also faced with the reality they may lose their ability to conceive children. Some treatments can cause premature menopause. If you have been diagnosed with cancer and want to have children, it is important to discuss this with your oncologist and also seekRead more
How Citymeals-on-Wheels Helps Fight Malnutrition Among Our Elderly
Usually when we think of malnutrition our thoughts drift to impoverished areas of the United States or overseas to Third World countries. Rarely do we think about New York City much less a neighbor in your building. But the reality is New York City is home to nearly 1.3 million senior citizens age 60 years and older.Read more
Women Are More Likely To Injure Their Knees: Learn Important Health Tips Oct 19
Did you know females are four to six times more likely to injure their knees over men? And we're not necessarily talking only about older women. Young women athletes are more likely to injure their Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL), the most common knee injury. A woman's physical build plus our female hormones are two reasonsRead more
She Teaches Cancer Patients To Cook for their Life: Meet Ann Ogden Gaffney October 5
Share this: In the early 1990s, fashion industry executive Ann Odgen Gaffney found herself cooking and caring for a designer in the industry fighting AIDS, The experience taught her to be fearless which was especially helpful when she was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 2001. Fortunately, Ann recovered following her surgery and her life went backRead more
Alana Chernila’s Homemade Kitchen Wisdom: Fearless Fabulous You! Sept. 28th.
"Do Your Best, and Then Let Go" So reads one of the 13 chapters- and morsels- of kitchen wisdom in Alana Chernila's new cookbook, "The Homemade Kitchen." This is a book whose message is as much about how to approach life at a slow, measured and pleasurable pace as it is about about cooking with theRead more
Getting Intimate With Your Man’s Prostate and Why It Matters
September is National Prostate Awareness Month. Frankly, I would never have known if I did not write and report on health topics. Prostate cancer does not get the "noise" that breast cancer, or even ovarian cancer, receives. Yet, it is the most common cancer in men after skin cancer. According to statistics from the AmericanRead more
Are You Having More Fungi? Sept 14- Fearless Fabulous You!
A recent walk in the woods yielded a brilliant treasure. Attached to the trunk of a dead tree was a giant mushroom. It was splashed with colors of yellow and orange and fanned out in layers resembling firm giant petals. We delicately removed it from the tree trunk and carefully carried it home. Research onRead more
SHARE Provides Peer Support for Women with Breast or Ovarian Cancer
Most people are aware that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but how many of you are also aware that September Is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month? At the end of this article I have provided some information to give you a brief understanding of the impact both breast and ovarian cancer have on women inRead more
Author Katie Workman Answers the Question “What’s For Dinner?” Aug. 31- Fearless Fabulous You!
When people ask me what I like to make for dinner I usually answer "Reservations." This stems from my childhood. I had a busy mother who worked full time, earned her Masters Degree at night and volunteered for numerous civic and charitable organizations. She loved to food shop but was usually to occupied to cook.Read more