Dr. A Conversation with Octavia Cannon on How Race Can Influence

Despite menopause Because it’s a normal part of aging, many women may feel unprepared for the physical and mental changes that come with this stage of life. For many women of color, the menopausal transition can be even more intense, and researchers are working to find out why. we reached Octavia Ball, DOTo ask an …

A Conversation with Janet McUlsky on Patient Advocacy

Janet McUlsky She has been working in the field of patient advocacy for over forty years. He is a nationally recognized expert and innovator in stakeholder alliance development and programming, and is the former senior director of National Alliance Development at Pfizer. McUlsky is the recipient of this year’s Pinnacle Award: Honoring a Career of …

A Conversation With Nina Coslov About Perimenopause

Nina Coslov, in her early 40s, perimenopause symptoms, but still had regular menstrual periods. He became a founding partner when he could not get a response from healthcare providers. Women Who Live BetterAn organization dedicated to improving women’s understanding of the path to menopause through research and education. Using his scientific background, he became the …

“Ready for Back to School: Conversation with Leaders on Vaccines

The pandemic has caused many parents to delay routine care, including things like dental cleanings and exams. Because annual appointments are when many children receive their scheduled vaccinations, those who miss their annual checkup may also have missed vaccinations. You may be wondering what to do if your child falls behind on their vaccinations and …