At the Heart of It All will take you on a journey through the undiscussed stages of the biggest change in life. The truth about how women feel, what happens, and how to stay vital and healthy will be addressed. All the untold truths will be revealed, and then what to do about them will be analyzed. You will enter the mystery behind menopause, and how to live from your heart throughout the process.
Hospitals have changed from simply caretaking facilities that take care of people to money makers focused on maximizing billing and the bottom line.
Change may be scary but it can also be the most exciting part of life. Are you ready to shake it up and transform? To live more fully from your heart?
This new cardiology trial is bound to overhaul treatment strategies! What patients with stable coronary artery disease should do to prevent heart attacks.
Being happy all the time is not real life. And would we even want to be happy all the time? Maybe the real problem is how we define happiness.
It’s easy for doctors to say, “Manage your stress” but there is more to it than that. How to let yourself cycle through that deep recovery phase…
If your doctor hasn’t given you specific advice but you are motivated to change your life and your health, let me step in and give you some guidance.
More people are putting emotion aside, as the violence in our society starts to feel more normal. What are we without compassion or empathy?
Trying to “be healthy” on your own is a lot tougher than trying to be healthy in fellowship with the people around you. Wellville is on to something…
Patients no longer seek advice from their doctors. They search the Internet and come in with well-formed opinions. But Dr. Google has a dark side.
Leading a heart-healthy life includes leading a sexual one. But you need to know to how adapt to the new realities of your evolving body chemistry.
If the choices you make—a doughnut over fruit, Netflix binge over a workout—would mean you have heart disease right now, would you choose differently?
It’s tough to find balance when so many different things are pulling at us. But you can—you must—decide what to give the most energy to at any moment.
Heart disease doesn’t appear out of nowhere. If your doctor doesn’t recognize your heart issues, it is up to you to ensure they do—before a heart attack!
Heart disease may be preventable 80% of the time, but 20% of the time, it is difficult or impossible to make an impact with lifestyle choices alone.
How can you make it through the holidays unscathed? To get something different you have to do something different. It’s time to change your perspective!
Patients must advocate for themselves, and asking questions is where this begins. Here, secrets of better communication with your doctor.
Bad news combined with the empathetic nature of many women has caused symptoms of stress and heart disease to surge. Five ways to protect your heart.
Exercising and eating right are simply not enough. The influence of community on health is largely underestimated. Don’t ignore it!
1 in 3 women (and 1 in 4 men) don’t exercise enough to prevent chronic diseases like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia, cancer. Can you do better?
When every day seems to bring different information about how to take care of yourself, what should you really do? Advice from Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum.