Most women don’t reach orgasm during intercourse, NOW they can!

October 12, 2017
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Kelli Young, a Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Sex Therapist, and Registered Marriage and Family Therapist in Toronto, Canada and developer behind the bee2gether vibe joins eHealth Radio and the Family and Marriage Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Kelli Young discuss the following:

  • What is the bee2gether vibe and why did you create it?
  • What kind of research did you do when you developed bee2gether vibe?
  • In your practice, what are some of the most common issues couples have regarding intimacy?
  • What are some of the tips you give your clients on a regular basis regarding increasing sexual pleasure?
  • How do men enjoy the bee2gether vibe?

 

Kelli Young MEd, BScOT, OTReg.(Ont), RP, RMFT, RST is a Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Sex Therapist, and Registered Marriage and Family Therapist. She is also a Registered Occupational Therapist and a well-respected clinician with more than 25 years of experience, both in the public and private sectors.

As a strong believer of the importance of life-long learning, Kelli routinely participates in courses and training activities to enhance her therapeutic skills. Additionally, she has authored articles in both professional journals and the media, lectured internationally on topics related to sexuality and couple relationships and has received numerous awards for her excellence in the field of sex therapy.

Kelli practices in Toronto, Canada where she works with individuals and couples, helping them to overcome obstacles and build intimacy and connection in their relationships.

Kelli has been happily married for more than 22 years and lives in Toronto with her husband and two teenage daughters. For more information on Kelli Young and her practice, please visit www.kelliyoungtherapy.com.

 

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Website: www.feelthebuzz.com

NeuEve: Natural Remedy for Vaginal Atrophy and BV

October 10, 2017
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Dr. Renjie Chang, Founder of NeuEve, a source for vaginal suppositories and cream promoting natural sexual wellness joins eHealth Radio and the Female Health & Sexual Health Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Renjie Chang discuss the following:

  • What are the major gaps in women's healthcare today, and is that what inspired you to create NeuEve?
  • What is NeuEve and how does it work?
  • For vaginal atrophy, how does NeuEve compare to estrogen?
  • For bacterial vaginosis, how does NeuEve compare to boric acid, douching, or antibiotics?
  • I heard that breast cancer survivors and hysterectomy patients love NeuEve. Why is that?


SummaryNeuEve provides a non-hormonal remedy for vaginal atrophy and dryness, better than regular vaginal moisturizers and lubes. After menopause, sex can become difficult due to vaginal atrophy. Estrogen supplements help, but estrogen greatly increases cancer risk. NeuEve also clears bacterial vaginosis (BV) effectively and naturally. Current BV treatments often lead to recurrent BV, but NeuEve, in taking an alternative and more holistic, caring approach, breaks the cycle.

 

Renjie Chang, M.D., M.S. graduated from Peking Union Medical University, the most prestigious medical school in China. Seeing patients in clinic firsthand, she always practiced medicine with a focus on both hard science and a soft bedside manner.

In the US, she worked as a faculty member of OB-GYN at University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, and as a drug developer at the Abbott Laboratories in Chicago. At Abbott, she learned the vital skills of inventing and creating medicine. It’s a very different skill set than simply prescribing medicine.

After she left Abbott, she won grants from NIH and Gates Foundation for developing a new way to prevent the sexual transmission of HIV. It was while performing this research that she was inspired to create NeuEve. For Dr. Chang, NeuEve has been the culmination of a lifetime of learning and experience.

 

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Website: www.neueve.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/neuevesuppositories
Twitter: https://twitter.com/NeuEveSupp

New Advances in the Development of a Viable Breast Cancer Vaccine

October 6, 2017
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Dr. William Williams, CEO of BriaCell Therapeutics Inc., a company immuno-oncology focused biotechnology company developing a targeted and safe approach to the management of cancer joins eHealth Radio and the Cancer Information and Health News Channels. 

Listen to host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. William Williams discuss the following:

  • What is current standard of care today for breast cancer?  What are the limitations of these treatments?
  • How does this BriaVax work against late stage breast cancer?
  • How does a breast cancer vaccine such as BriaVax address recurrent breast cancer?
  • When will patients expect to be treated with a breast cancer vaccine.

 

Dr. William Williams is a seasoned biopharmaceutical executive with over 35 years of industry and academic expertise, including significant clinical management in multinational pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Williams served as VP of Exploratory Development at Incyte Corporation from 2005 - 2016. There he facilitated entry of over 20 compounds into the clinic, including ruxolitinib (Jakafi), baricitinib, and epacadostat.

Dr. Williams served as Head of Rheumatology Research at the University of Pennsylvania, ran a major research program in receptor biology, including developing bioactive peptides that mimicked granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor (GM-CSF), a known stimulant of the immune system. He collaborated with David B. Weiner, Ph.D., a well-known leader in immuno-oncology and vaccine research, in the development of DNA vaccines and was able to bring novel DNA vaccines into the clinic for the treatment of cutaneous T cell lymphoma.

Dr. Williams earned his BSc. in Chemistry and Biotechnology from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Medical Doctorate from Tufts University School of Medicine. Following his residency at the Boston VA Medical Center, Dr. Williams completed fellowship training in Rheumatology and Cellular Immunology at the University of Missouri. He then joined the molecular immunology laboratory of Mark I. Greene, MD, PhD, FRCP, at the University of Pennsylvania, developed novel methods of bioactive peptide design, and collaborated in the study of the activation of the p185/Human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2) receptor. HER-2 is a protein which is known to promote the growth of cancer cells. Dr. Williams is the named author at over 130 peer reviewed publications, over 15 patents and numerous Investigational New Drugs (INDs) and NDAs.

 

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Website: www.briacell.com

Montclair Radiology: Mammograms and why they may save your life

October 4, 2017
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Dr. Denise McFadden, a physician and radiologist at Montclair Radiology located in New Jersey in towns including Montclair, Jersey City, Nutley, West Caldwell and Verona joins eHealth Radio and the Cancer Prevention & the Female Health Channels.

Listen to host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Denise McFadden discuss the following:

  • How common is breast cancer and how important are mammograms?
  • What kinds of mammograms do you offer?
  • What age should a woman start getting a mammogram? What's your thoughts on this?
  • Tell us about 3-D mammograms.
  • Possibly a strange question....Can men get breast cancer?
  • What is the best advice you could offer to women – and men – across the U.S. about breast cancer prevention?

 

Denise C. McFadden received her BA Degree from Douglas College at Rutgers University and her Medical Degree from Jefferson Medical College. She completed an internship at St. Barnabas Medical Center.

Dr. McFadden completed a residency in Diagnostic Radiology at St. Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center where she was Chief Resident. In addition, Dr. McFadden completed a fellowship in Abdominal Imaging at the New York University Medical Center where she was Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology.

Dr. McFadden’s career includes serving as an Attending Staff Radiologist, Section Chief of Body CT Scanning and Director of the Radiology Residency Program at St. Vincent’s Medical Center in New York. She has also served as an Attending Staff Radiologist and Section Chief of Body CT Scanning at Holy Name Hospital in Teaneck, NJ, where she also served as Director of Breast Imaging. After leaving Holy Name Hospital, Dr. McFadden joined Mountainside Hospital as Co-Director of the hospital’s Breast Center and as an Attending Radiologist. She went on to join Montclair Radiology and the staff of Chilton Memorial Hospital.

Dr. McFadden is an active member of the Radiologic Society of North America, The Radiology Society of New Jersey, The American College of Radiology, The Bergen County Medical Society, The American Medical Association, The Roentgen Society and The American Institute of Ultrasound and Medicine. Dr. McFadden is a Diplomat of the American Board of Radiology.

Dr. McFadden is an active member of the Radiologic Society of North America, The Radiology Society of New Jersey, The American College of Radiology, The Bergen County Medical Society, The American Medical Association, The Roentgen Society and The American Institute of Ultrasound and Medicine. Dr. McFadden is a Diplomat of the American Board of Radiology.

About Montclair Radiology

Montclair Radiology has been offering state-of-the art medical imaging for well over 70 years to northern New Jersey neighbors. Three convenient locations in Montclair, Nutley, and West Caldwell enable those needing high quality radiology services to economically take advantage of access to the latest equipment and highly-trained, board-certified doctors of radiology without long travel or wait times.

Montclair Radiology was the first clinical MRI site in America and the area’s first medical practice to offer open-air MRI. They continue to provide the latest diagnostic tools including 3T MRI and 3D Mammography for earlier and more accurate detection of abnormalities, thus fostering better outcomes. For example, Montclair Radiology recently received accreditation by the prestigious American College of Radiology for Core Biopsy of the Breast, Fine Needle Aspiration of the Breast and Thyroid, and Breast Ultrasound.

 

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Websitewww.montclairradiology.com

Facebook: ​https://www.facebook.com/montclairradiology

Hulabelle: Breast Reconstruction Swimwear, Mastectomy Swimwear

October 1, 2017
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Dana Dinerman, a breast cancer thriver & Owner of Hulabelle, a brand which helps research products for women, in particular, breast cancer survivors, and also has in the recent past created swimwear and other types of clothing to help women who may seek more coverage after having surgery from a breast cancer diagnosis joins eHealth Radio and the Cancer Information and Health News Channels. 

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dana Dinerman discuss the following:

  • After being diagnosed with breast cancer, did you 100% rely on your doctors?
  • When did you realize that you needed to be researching your own path?
  • Do you listen to the statistics from the doctors for your life expectancy?
  • What examples do you have that show your own decisions might have saved your own life?

 

Advice/Tip: Always be your own advocate, have faith put control in God's hands and be sure to listen to your doctors but also be sure to do your homework. The doctors want to help but they are not living in your body or walking out the door in your life.

 

In 2011, I was 34, with a one-year-old son, when I was diagnosed with stage III intraductal carcinoma. The original tumor was only 2cm long, and had reached the majority of my lymph nodes under my right arm. It was a shock, because I have no family history except for a great-aunt on my mother’s side of the family. I was told her story does not count toward my diagnosis, but I feel in some ways it does.

I was a stay-at-home mom, having given up a teaching position at a local high school. While my son was napping, I was trying to wrap my head around the fact that I had cancer. I had this urge to run away, not wanting to look my son in the eyes and say his mommy had cancer.

The day I spoke with doctors about my mastectomy, we drove home feeling drained. I looked out my window and saw a parade of pink as we were driving up our street. I remembered instantly that was the day Susan G. Komen 3-Day walkers made their trek by our house. I got out of the car and ran out into the street flagging down some of the walkers. I remember breathlessly telling them that I was just diagnosed with breast cancer. The moment the words came out of my mouth a group of them wrapped me up into a large hug. They held onto me and allowed me to cry. A couple of them shared their stories with me. Hearing the stories from these ladies gave me some hope.

 

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Needless to say the journey after that was tough. I had to endure six months of the toughest chemo regime that could be given. I remember lying down next to my son’s crib each night asking God to give me five more years so I can see my son go to kindergarten. I did not want to leave my child without a mother.

I was able to take a break before my radiation therapy, and my husband decided to plan a tropical vacation to Hawaii. While shopping for swimsuits, I remember walking into a local boutique and realizing that I could not fit into any of the swimsuits that were available. Before my mastectomy I was able to shop and find something fairly easily. I searched online for swimsuits for women who have had mastectomies. Unfortunately, they were not well designed and were made with poor-quality fabrics. I knew something needed to be done.

I continued to feel uncertain about my cancer diagnosis, constantly worried about it returning. That fall, I faced my first recurrence. My son was two years old at the time, and I knew I needed to be aggressive with my treatment. After many rounds of radiation therapy, I was able to finally see the light at the end of the tunnel and walked out the doctor’s office feeling as though a new chapter had begun.

The next three years would be centered on building my swimwear brand, Hulabelle Swimwear. The idea is to give women – like myself – more quality choices when it comes to swimwear.

I would learn how to source material, talk with vendors and crunch numbers. It would take up time that I would normally use to worry about another recurrence. I had the opportunity to meet amazing people while showing the line, and participated in various charities and fundraisers. It was truly a year of growth, until the end of summer when I faced another recurrence.

 

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Websitewww.hulabelle.com

Fibroids Awareness: Non-invasive Treatment Options

April 27, 2017
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Dr. Suzanne LeBlang, Chief Medical Officer at the Focused Ultrasound Foundation and also a Radiologist at UNIVERSITY MRI in Boca Raton, Florida joins eHealth Radio and the Female Health & Health News Channels. Suzanne is here to talk about Fibroids Awareness Week, and what women should know about new advances in treatment for this condition.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Suzanne LeBlang discuss the following:

  • Can you explain to our audience: what are uterine fibroids?
  • How common are fibroids, and what are the symptoms?
  • How do fibroids affect a woman’s fertility?
  • What are the most common treatments for fibroids, and what are the pros/cons of each?
  • Are there any new, less-invasive treatments that help women preserve their fertility options?

 

Suzanne LeBlang, MD, is a neuroradiologist and an early adopter of MR-guided focused ultrasound (MRgFUS) who has used the technology to treat patients for more than 10 years. She is based in Boca Raton, Florida and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including JFK Medical Center and West Boca Medical Center. She received her medical degree from University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. Dr. LeBlang is one of 85 doctors at JFK Medical Center and one of 26 at West Boca Medical Center who specialize in Radiology.

As the Chief Medical Officer at the Focused Ultrasound Foundation, Dr. LeBlang organizes working groups to devise clinical protocols, serve as a liaison to the clinical research community, and present information on MRgFUS at medical conferences.

Dr. LeBlang’s research, “Leiomyoma Shrinkage After MR-Guided Focused Ultrasound Treatment: Report of 80 Patients,” published in Radiology in 2010, was one of the first papers to document that a more extensive nonperfused volume after an MRgFUS treatment resulted in greater fibroid shrinkage. She has also participated in several worldwide focused ultrasound clinical trials for fibroids and a clinical trial for patients with painful bone metastases.

Dr. LeBlang serves on the faculty at the University of Miami Medical School where she is the Radiology Clinical Coordinator for the 3rd year M.D./M.P.H. students, and she teaches at the Florida Atlantic University Schmidt College of Medicine. She has been visiting faculty at several institutions including Harvard University and Ohio State University.

 

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Website: www.fibroideducation.com

Social Media Links:
Twitter: @FibroidEdCenter
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FibroidEducationCenter

The 5 Points of Beauty Every Woman Should Know

April 21, 2017
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Dr. Deborah Sherman, a board certified eyelid surgeon, expert in facial aesthetics and founder of the Sherman Aesthetic Center in Nashville, Tennessee again joins eHealth Radio & the Plastic Surgery Information Channel to discuss 5 points of "beauty" every woman should know.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Deborah Sherman discuss the following:

  • I understand that you are a “Beauty Expert” with the highest level of training to make faces more beautiful....so what does every woman need to know to really understand how to be beautiful and how does the aging process affect a woman’s beauty?
  • Interesting how the “tect-onic plates of our face shift and lose volume as we age....but how do you know if what area of the face to focus on when trying to become more youthful?
  • Now that we know the 5 points of beauty, what are some effective treatments for each area?
  • Can someone receive these treatments all at once (one-stop shop), or is this a process that is addressed over time?
  • How does someone interested in having one of these treatments know who to go to get the best results?

 

Located in Nashville, Tennessee, Dr. Deborah Sherman has been performing eyelid surgery for over twenty years. She is recognized as a top plastic surgeon for eyes and is often invited to teach her innovative approaches to her colleagues at national meetings.

Dr. Sherman is not only board certified in ophthalmology, but she has advanced her professional education to the highest level of training in plastic surgery around the eyes. Since completing her oculoplastics fellowship in 1991, she has spent over twenty years performing thousands of cosmetic eyelid surgeries, perfecting her specialized skills. Her extensive experience, seasoned expertise, and unique sense of artistry work together to produce the best results possible for her clients.

 

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Website: www.nashvillelidsurgery.com

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YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ShermanAesthetic

Fertility & Preganacy Nutrition & Lifestyle - 28 day plan for wellbeing and preparation.

March 24, 2017
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Michele Chevalley Hedge and Simone Kopkas from A Healthy View based in Sydney joins eHealth Radio and the Female Health, Health News & Nutrition Channels.  A Healthy View is a nutrition & wellbeing business with a clinical practice, 1000s of patients, with a radio talk show, appearances on tv, brand ambassadors, and professional wellness speakers.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guests Michele Chevalley Hedge and Simone Kopkas discuss the following:

  • What makes your program different to others out there?
  • What should someone expect from the program?
  • Why is food so important to fertility and pregnancy?
  • What is your favourite thing about the program?
  • Who would you say should be doing this program?

 

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Michele Chevalley Hedge is a Nutritionist, Health Writer and Presenter. There may be many wellness practitioners stepping into the space of health and food but there are not many Nutritionists that come from the corporate, busy background, have three kids and really understands the modern requirements for health, happy hormones, a firing libido and vitality.

Due to Michele’s former role as a Marketing Manager she truly understands the needs of a busy, time poor corporate executive who wants health but not hassle. She is often introduced by the editors of health magazines as “the modern day nutritionist – the one who likes a bit of wine and coffee.” She is not Paleo Pete or I Quit Sugar but perfectly placed somewhere in the healthy middle.

Michele’s clinical practice experience allow her to share stories of patients and their nutritional transformation that gives the audience goose bumps – the kinds of stories that can only be heard if you are at the ‘coal face’ with clients. Women who say their addiction to food caused their divorce, executives who say they don’t like going to the boardroom without her five top tips, and politicians and their families who come to her wellness retreats. Wiley Publishing commissioned Michele to write Beating Sugar Addictions for Dummies two years ago. When she asked why they chose her, Wiley replied because of her evidence based research skills, ability to take a medical issue and turn it into simple concepts, use of humour around delicate matters, tv presenting on the World Health Organisation new recommendation of sugar, and Sarah Wilson, I Quit Sugar, recommend her!

When Michele is not out speaking, writing or seeing patients, she can often be found at her cafe, The Balmoral Boatshed. It is the perfect spot for filming, interviewing, or just enjoying a glass of wine (which she can tell you ways it will reduce your cortisol and lead to a calmer, happier and perhaps leaner person)! Michele is the Nature Care College Ambassador and Accor Group Nutritionist and recently sat alongside the Dalai Lama at a conference where she presented on ‘Vitality, Energy and Serotonin – It’s all in Your Food’. Mental health and nutrition research is her passion and she often declares “It makes the New Yorker come out in her.”

Michele loves to write, so along with her blog and social media, she writes often for Body & Soul, Huffington Post, Mama Mia, The Glow, Prevention, Wellbeing, Clean, Cosmo, MindFood and many more. Her second book, ‘Hormone Help- reset your weight, mood, libido & energy in 4 weeks’ will be out at the end of this year. Michele often appears on The Sunrise Show to discuss the WHO’s (World Health Organisation’s) nutrition recommendation on cancer and sugar.

Michele’s business, A Healthy View, expanded to New York and the US last year with the addition of her online programs.

For more information, or to contact Michele please email Michele@ahealthyview.com

 

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Simone Kopkas is a Nutrition/Health Counsellor & Reiki Healer. Food changes everything!  As a Certified Nutrition / Health Counsellor, Energy Healer and loving mother of two, Simone specialises in digestive issues, fertility and cancer. She is passionate about working with adults and children to improve their health, vitality, balance and family life, in a way that suits their unique body, lifestyle and goals. Simone looks at the interconnectedness of the body, mind, emotions and spirit to help facilitate wellness by equipping people with the tools and knowledge to continue their journey of growth. She is certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and the Australian Reiki Association. She loves speaking at schools, corporate events and running cooking classes and workshops.

As a Nutrition and Health Counsellor, I am your personal advocate for living an energised and passionate life. I work with my clients to help them create happy, healthy lives in a way that is flexible, fun, and free of denial and discipline. By working together, we can discover the food and lifestyle choices that best support you. Making gradual, lifelong changes enables you to reach your current and future health goals. Imagine what your life would be like if you had clear thinking, energy, and excitement every day!”

 

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Website: ahealthyview.com

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PrivateRX, a revolutionary line of Intimate Skin Care products for mature women

January 7, 2017
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Return guest Dr. Ronald D. Blatt, M.D an expert in the field of women's health for over 30 years & Founder of PrivateRx joins eHealth Radio and the Female Health & Health News Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Ronald D. Blatt discuss the following:

  • Dr. Blatt, please remind our listeners why you created a women's line of intimate skin care products.
  • Also if you would, get into what products are in the line of PrivateRX.
  • To clarify, the external vaginal lubricant is a relaunched product correct?
  • Where can women get the external lubricant and the other products in the line?
  • You have been a guest on E-Health Radio in the past and also have appeared on TV, plus you and your products have appeared in numerous magazines. Since you have been out and about speaking on the PrivateRX line of women's intimate skincare and the subject of menopause, please tell us ...Why Menopause still seems to a "taboo" subject?
  • Why do you think women tend to shy away from discussing this with their partners, friends, family?
  • 

How are women reacting to your advice, suggestions and wisdom on the subject?

 

Ronald D. Blatt, M.D., F.A.C.O.G., has been an expert in the field of women's health for over 30 years. Board-certified gynecologist, expert surgeon and compassionate physician, Dr. Blatt's driving imperative is to treat matters of vaginal health and intimate skin care with knowledge, awareness and respect.

Dr. Blatt has built one of the world's top health care practices in New York City, where he is Chief Surgeon and Medical Director of the Manhattan Center for Vaginal Surgery and the Manhattan Centers for Women's Health. He is also Founder of the PrivateRX revolutionary line of Intimate Skin Care products for mature women.

 

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Websitewww.privaterx.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PrivateRx
Twitter: @private_rx

The Benefits of Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing – Dr. Annelise Swigert

December 22, 2016
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Dr. Annelise Swigert, a partner and OB/GYN at Southdale OBGYN, in Minneapolis, Minnesota joins eHealth Radio and the Female Health and Pregnancy Channels. Dr. Swigert will be answering questions about Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing, and a groundbreaking NIPT called MaterniT 21 PLUS. She will also be offering her tips on encouraging optimal health during pregnancy.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Annelise Swigert discuss the following:

  • What can women do to ensure optimal health during pregnancy?
  • What is Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing?
  • Do you recommended that all pregnant women consider NIPT? Are there specific tests you recommend?
  • What conditions are identified with NIPT?
  • How long does it take to get results back?

 

Annelise Swigert, MD is board certified physician in obstetrics and gynecology at Southdale OB/GYN Consultants. “I have wanted to be a doctor as long as I can remember,” says Dr. Annelise Swigert. Although she originally wanted to be an orthopedist, Dr. Swigert developed a passion for obstetrics after her first year in medical school. It was then that she worked closely with a maternal fetal medicine specialist, researching HIV transmission in pregnancy and spending hours with pregnant women and new mothers. Pregnancy’s combination of simplicity and complexity, along with the continuity of care for women through all stages of life, are what she loves about the specialty of ob/gyn.

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Website: www.Sequenom.com

Facebook: facebook.com/MaterniT21PLUS