DO YOU KNOW:
1. Which risk factor for breast cancer is greater than family history?
2. How obesity can affect your bladder?
3. If using localized estrogen in your vagina carries any risk?
4. How the calcium in your bones interacts with the calcium in your body fluid?
5. If cardiovascular disease is your greatest health risk?
I swear you won’t believe how little you understand about your own body until you stream five exclusive lectures from Yale doctors on your heart, breasts, bones, bladder, and hormones. I guarantee they’re going to give you wisdom that will absolutely help you stay in control of your health. Knowledge is indeed power. And there’s nothing more powerful than remaining healthy. What’s more, you won’t get this priceless, honest information–right from the mouths and minds of preeminent doctors– anywhere else on the internet, no matter how much you Google.
I took the concept of One-Day Medical School to Yale last year because I knew women didn’t understand their bodies as they took the journey from peri to post menopause. I knew it because I was one of those women. My own sisters were these women, and so were many of my friends. Even really smart women–with advanced degrees–don’t understand their bodies and how to protect them from illness. I don’t mean knowing about mammograms or colonoscopies. We’re savvy about those, thanks to the decades-old pink ribbon campaign and women like Katie Couric. I’m talking about lots more, from understanding our risk for cardiovascular disease to knowing we absolutely can treat our dry vaginas and love sex again; from understanding whether we should be genetically tested for breast cancer to knowing what to do when our bladders start to leak!
One-Day Medical School was held before a “live audience” on October 25, 2018, at Yale University, and practically every woman who attended enthusiastically told me how much she learned. Mind you, that was after listening to six hours of presentations. But, YOU don’t have to do this, or even leave the comfort of your own home. You can stream the lectures anytime you want. Listen to Dr. Jeffrey Bender talk about how to attack women’s public enemy #1 (heart disease). Learn how to successfully take the journey from peri to post menopause from Dr. Mary Jane Minkin. Hear Dr. Erin Hofstatter demystify breast cancer testing and treatment. Let Dr. Oz Harmanli explain how to master the matter of your bladder. Take your skelton out of the closet as Dr. Elizabeth Holt discusses your bone health.
One-Day Medical School is about you and for you, whether you’re 45 or 75. It’s for your health. For your happiness. For your own sake. What’s more, the only requirement for admission is being a woman!
Ladies, I urge you to sign up right now. I guarantee you’ll thank Yale.
THE LESSON PLAN
Professor: Dr. Erin Wysong Hofstatter, Co-Director, Yale Cancer Genetics and Prevention Program, speaks about breast health, including risk assessment, genetic testing, and screening regimens.
for the best lessons of your life…for your life!
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