While the importance of nutrition is not a new concept, it has been overshadowed by modern western medicine which focuses on treating diseases rather than educating people on how to avoid them in the first place.by Nancy Cetel, MD
Nancy Cetel, MD is an engaging and passionate physician, author and professional speaker. Following her graduation from the New York University School of Medicine, she obtained her postgraduate training in Reproductive Endocrinology at the University of California, San Diego and Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Southern California. Her pioneering research in hormonal issues led to numerous publications and awards. Dr. Cetel is often referenced in books and journals and is a frequently invited lecturer nationally and internationally. Live appearances and interviews have brought her acclaim as an accomplished communicator and advocate for an informed public. Her passions include her family, vegetarian cooking, dancing and the joys of being a grandparent. More information at www.doublemenopause.com.
Prevention is always a worthwhile investment, especially when it comes to health. Screening for diseases that are curable when found early, but fatal when found late, is an investment opportunity that should not be missed.by Joseph Weiss, MD