Wednesday, Mar 31, 2021
From 7pm to 8pm Eastern Time
Join AARP and attendees from across the U.S. for a FREE webinar on March 31 at 7:00 pm ET | 6:00 pm CT | 5:00 pm MT | 4:00 pm PT - AARP membership not required
Women usually think about hot flashes and other common symptoms connected to menopause, but don't often consider what’s happening to their bones, hearts, or brains when estrogen levels drop. We’ll talk with two medical guests about how menopause can impact and change the body in very surprising ways, offering suggestions for supporting the brain, bones, and heart as we age.
This is the fifth episode of a five-part series designed to take a holistic approach to menopause and demystify the profound effects it can have on your body, mind, and spirit, whatever stage of the journey you’re in. We’ll chat with experts, bust the biggest myths, and crank up the conversation about this natural and normal transition every woman experiences.*
Barbara Hannah Grufferman, author of Love Your Age and Founder and Editor of Menopause Cheat Sheet, will be your host. (Twitter: @BGrufferman / Facebook: @BarbaraHannahGruffermanAuthor / Instagram: @BarbaraHannahGrufferman)
Each week, Barbara will be joined by Dr. Margaret Nachtigall, a reproductive endocrinologist, and Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Division of Reproductive Endocrinology at NYU Langone Health, and Medical Director of Menopause Cheat Sheet.
Also joining the conversation this week is Dr. Jennifer Mieres and Dr. Gayatri Devi.
Dr. Jennifer H. Mieres is an award-winning professor of cardiology, author, and an advocate for women’s heart health, heart disease prevention, wellness and diversity in healthcare. In her role as leader of Northwell Health's Center for Equity of Care, and as the first Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Dr. Mieres has oversight of and provides strategic guidance for Northwell’s diversity and health initiatives.
Dr. Gayatri Devi is a board certified cognitive neurologist, Clinical Professor of Neurology at Downstate Medical Center, Attending Physician at Northwell Health | Lenox Hill Hospital, and Director of Park Avenue Neurology. She has specialized in cognition and menopause for over 25 years and was responsible for defining the diagnostic criteria for Menopause Related Cognitive Impairment (MeRCI) in the Journal of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
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*This series is not intended to provide individualized medical advice. Consult your doctor regarding your personal situation.
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