5 Myths About Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Available for Interviews: Dr. Karyn Eilber

Karyn Eilber, MD, is a board-certified urologist, an associate professor of urology & OB/GYN at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, and is an expert in women’s health and men & women’s sexual wellness.

What Dr. Eilber Can Say on
Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy:

Some women feel safer taking bioidentical hormones compared to prescription hormone replacement therapy because of the belief that they have fewer side effects such as the risk of cancer; however, the scientific data is lacking.

When it comes to bioidentical hormone replacement, here are 5 myths:

 1. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is a medical term. It’s just a term used by makers of BHRT but it is not recognized by the FDA. 

 2. It’s safer than traditional hormone replacement. They are not safer just because they are “natural.” There is no convincing data that bioidentical hormones are more or less safe compared to traditional hormone replacement therapy.

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Keeping Teachers in the Profession Will Take More Than Just Money

Available for Interviews:  Nadine Levitt

Nadine Levitt is an education advocate, speaker, and the CEO & Founder of WURRLYedu, an educational technology platform. Nadine specializes in the social-emotional curriculum (SEL), and she is also the author of the children’s book, My Mama Says Inside Me Lives a Village. New for 2022, Levitt has launched a new professional development resource for teachers called PD Reimagined.

What Nadine Levitt can say in an interview about
Teacher Retention
:

Recently, EdWeek released their latest survey showing what financial policies would make teachers more likely to stay in the profession long-term. The financial implications of giving every teacher a salary increase in line with national averages are likely more than $10.8 billion—based on the math that: 

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Is Sugar Slowly Killing Us?

Available for Interviews: Dr. Michael Evangel

Dr. Michael S. Evangel, Chiropractic Physician, is the owner of the Chiropractic Wellness Center in Paramus, NJ. For over 30 years, his mission is to provide state-of-the-art, high-quality care to people of all ages.

What Dr. Mike Evangel could say on
The Consumption of Sugar in America
:

        • The average American consumes about 152 pounds of sugar a year. That is about 189 grams of sugar a day.
        • The American Heart Association advises that we should consume between 25–38 grams of sugar per day.

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When Are You a Senior Citizen?

Available for Interviews: Dr. Mimi Secor.

Dr. Mimi Secor is a Nurse Practitioner from the Boston area. She has been specializing in Women’s Health for over 40 years now and is a national speaker and consultant. Dr. Mimi is also a fitness and health advocate, is passionate about helping women to lose weight and feel great, and is the author of her newest book, Healthy & Fit at Any Age: A Guide to Creating nutrition, exercise, and mindset habits for busy women!

Read about Dr. Mimi’s journey into her golden years as well as discover practical tips from last week’s US News & World Report.

What Dr. Secor Can Say in an Interview on
Reaching the Senior Citizen Milestone:

When does one hit the classic milestone of becoming a senior citizen? A thought-provoking question, for sure—and not at all straightforward for me to answer. This is because at the age of 59 I took on the challenge of pursuing my doctorate (while most of my friends were preparing for retirement) and at the same time, I decided to become healthy and fit.

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Why Do the “Mens” Want to Go Back to the Office So Bad? 

Available for Interviews: Dr. Hope Umansky

Dr. Hope Umansky is an American Culture College Professor with a PhD in Clinical Psychology. She is also an author on educational reform, equity, inclusion, and social justice.

What Dr. Hope can say in an interview on
Gender Roles in the Old & New Workplace:

That group is what I characterize as the “mens”; it is decidedly not a typo. The mens, utilizing the definition in the Time article, are itching to get out of the “kid and home sphere” where it is clean, less sticky, where time means something (I have a meeting at 1 don’t bother me; 12:55 pm– “MOMMM, the cat threw up all over your desk!”—in this world of WFH time is fluid. Meetings are not so much scheduled as let’s put it down and I hope no one gets sick; we’ll hope for the best.

According to the recent Time magazine article, “Nobody Wants to Go Back to the Office As Much As White Men,” the men they are speaking about are the definition of boomer or near boomer age white men who enjoy a level of privilege in the corporate muckety-mucky. The last two-plus years of the men’s seeing the world of children (often still too often the domain of women and primary child caregivers).

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Money: Avoid Getting Scammed

Available for Interviews: Suzanne Powell

Suzanne Powell Suzanne is the founder of Capital Strategies Group, and acting Vice-President of Meridian Wealth Management. She is also the author of the newly released book, The Ultimate Money Moves for Women Over 50.

What Suzanne Powell could say on
How to Avoid Getting Scammed:

    • Keep one credit card with fraud protection at a low balance and use it for any internet purchases that are not a major retailer. 
    • Do not use your debit card for any internet purchases ever.

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Myths About Hormone Replacement and Why

Available for Interviews: Dr. Karyn Eilber

Karyn Eilber, MD, is a board-certified urologist, an associate professor of urology & OB/GYN at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, and is an expert in women’s health and men & women’s sexual wellness.

What Dr. Eilber can say in an interview on
Hormone Replacement:

You’re sweating all the time, you can’t sleep, and overall you just don’t feel like yourself. Oh yeah, you’re in menopause. Your symptoms of menopause are so bad that you’re willing to take hormones even if they’re dangerous. But are they really? And how do you know what kinds of hormones to take?

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3 Major Consequences of Delaying Primary Care 

Available for Interviews: John Rodriguez, MD

Dr. John Rodriguez is a Chief Medical Officer of Healthcare2U, and he is passionate about the care that is provided to their patients. He manages all the care providers in Healthcare2U’s network of clinics and oversees care protocols and training.

What Dr. Rodriguez can say in an interview about
the Benefits of Preventative Medicine:

There are multiple reasons why someone would delay medical care aside from the COVID-19 crisis. But this delay will be penny-wise but pound foolish. Studies show that this delay can lead to a multitude of negative outcomes. 

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Criminal Prosecutor Can Talk About Trump Search Warrant and Deposition

Available for Interviews: Zaki Tamir

Zaki Issac Tamir, Esq., is an international lawyer the founder and managing partner of Tamir Law Group, practicing law in commercial and civil ligation, family law, and business/corporate legal counseling.

What Zaki Tamir can say in an interview about
Trump’s Legal Ramifications:

    • There is an element of invasion here, but a legally justified one.
    • The analysis often falls on whether specific political motivations taint the legal justification.

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Grades and Self-Esteem in School-Aged Children

Available for Interviews: Dr. Pete Loper

Dr. Pete Loper, MD, MSEd, FAAP, is a triple board-certified physician in pediatrics, psychiatry, and child psychiatry. He is also a professor and executive coach and is dedicated to mental health and wellness advocacy.

What Dr. Loper could say on
Grades and Self-Esteem:

Consistent with Carol Dweck’s research on “growth mindset,” struggle is a normal part of development. According to John Bowlby’s Attachment Theory, struggle in the context of the approach and exploration of new experiences is the rate-limiting step to healthy human development. Further, both Bowlby and his successor in Attachment research, Mary Ainsworth, identified the relationship between a child and their “experienced others” (parents, teachers) as the fundamental ingredient required to support continued approach and exploration in the context of struggle. Put simply, outcomes such as grades are a manifestation of the process, and your child’s willingness and motivation to engage in the process, i.e. to try, try again (growth mindset) is informed by a child’s interactions with parents and teachers. 

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