Women's Health

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Nancy Bardacke, nurse-midwife, mindfulness teacher, and originator of the Mindfulness-Based Childbirth and Parenting program at UCSF has been assisting birthing families for more than four decades. She explores the benefits of mindfulness meditation for childbirth and parenting. Recorded on 06/02/2016.
Premiere Date: 9/5/2016 Hits/Views: 70,186
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Dr. Tami Rowen discusses women's sexual health as they age. Recorded on 03/23/2016.
Premiere Date: 6/20/2016 Hits/Views: 73,659
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Pelvic floor dysfunction refers to a wide range of conditions that can occur due to muscle weakness, hypertonicity or joint dysfunction and can be related to Incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic pain. Recorded on 03/16/2016.
Premiere Date: 6/13/2016 Hits/Views: 63,717
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Dr. Jonathan George looks at the thyroid physiology and disorders. Recorded on 03/09/2016.
Premiere Date: 6/6/2016 Hits/Views: 83,761
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A third of premature deaths in the US are attributable to poor nutrition and physical inactivity. Only 10% of Americans eat a healthy diet consistent with current nutrition recommendations. Dr. Robert Baron explains why you should care about what you eat and how to eat for healthfully. Recorded on 02/17/2016.
Premiere Date: 5/30/2016 Hits/Views: 156,040
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Presiding: Jeanne A. Conry, MD, PhD, Past president, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Assistant Physician-in-Chief North Valley, Kaiser Permanente. From Silent Spring to Silent Night. Tyrone B. Hayes, PhD, Professor, Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley. Environmental Reproductive Health in Developing Countries. Katsi Cook, Program Director for Indigenous Communities, NoVo Foundation. Global Reproductive Health and the Environment: What Does the Evidence Say? Tracey J. Woodruff, PhD, MPH, Professor and Director, University of California, San Francisco, Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment. Vision for the Future. Dr. Jennifer Blake, CEO, The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada. Recorded on 10/07/2015.
Premiere Date: 2/1/2016 Hits/Views: 133,273
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Linda C. Giudice, MD, PhD, MSc, Distinguished Professor and Chair, UCSF Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences (UCSF OB/GYN & RS) and Past President of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) Recorded on 10/06/2015.
Premiere Date: 1/5/2016 Hits/Views: 123,056
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Surgeon and historian Jack C. Fisher sits down with Dr. David Granet to discuss the controversial history of silicone medical devices - including breast implants. Though the fear surrounding their usage was unwarranted and not based in scientific fact, battles waged about their safety and government regulation followed suit. Dr. Fisher argues that regulatory policy should rely on valid science and not on the fear of risk. Recorded on 04/17/2015.
Premiere Date: 5/21/2015 Hits/Views: 33,183
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Almost 6,000 women in the US reach menopause every day. Kathryn Macaulay, M.D. explains common symptoms of menopause and its potential health effects. Learn the latest methods of managing symptoms and utilizing newer therapies.
Premiere Date: 5/14/2015 Hits/Views: 108,067
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About 25% of reproductive-aged women have fibroids. These non-cancerous tumors are the most common reason for hysterectomies. Drs. Jeannette Lager and Maureen Kohi explore minimally invasive approaches to treating fibroids. Recorded on 03/17/2015.
Premiere Date: 4/27/2015 Hits/Views: 63,673
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Carol L. Wagner, MD, Medical University of South Carolina, discusses how vitamin D status during pregnancy varies around the globe and the implications of maternal vitamin D deficiency for both the mother and her developing fetus. Recorded on 12/10/2014.
Premiere Date: 4/14/2015 Hits/Views: 57,145
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About one in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer. Dr. Mindy Goldman, Director of the Women's Cancer Care Program at UCSF, specializes in women's health care and gynecology issues for breast cancer patients and those at risk for cancer. She presents a clinician's perspective on screening and prevention of this all-too-common disease. Recorded on 02/24/2015.
Premiere Date: 4/6/2015 Hits/Views: 59,826
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Dr. Michael Policar, Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at UCSF School of Medicine, explores what's new in the management of menopause. From tips for living with hot flashes to hormone treatment, see what works and what doesn't. Recorded on 02/17/2015.
Premiere Date: 3/30/2015 Hits/Views: 82,950
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Dr. Carlin Senter is a primary care sports medicine doctor whose focus is to help patients of all ages stay active. She explores exercise and the athlete in every woman. Recorded on 02/10/2015.
Premiere Date: 3/23/2015 Hits/Views: 45,383
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Dr. Loris Hwang, UCSF Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, looks at what to consider in choosing a contraceptive method for a teen or young adult. She explains what medical conditions are treated using hormonal contraception and which methods are most effective. Recorded on 11/19/2014.
Premiere Date: 2/9/2015 Hits/Views: 68,458
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The visual science-based storyline uses time lapse imaging and animation to highlight methods of and theories from biology and physics about breast density and its relationship to cancer risk. It is meant to serve as an educational tool for health care providers and professionals as well as breast cancer advocates and organizations to explain one of the theories regarding the biology behind breast density and its relationship to breast cancer risk.
Premiere Date: 11/27/2014 Hits/Views: 27,077
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Can steroid therapies drive you crazy? Two leading neuropsychiatrists share their dramatic and startling findings that yes, certain glucocorticoids such as prednisone can lead to erratic and self-destructive behavior, especially in women. Dr. Lewis Judd of UC San Diego and Dr. Sherwood Brown of the University of Texas, along with an international roster of co-authors, recently published this eye-opening research in The American Journal of Psychiatry and discuss their work here with Nick Binkley, President of the Diana Foundation. Recorded on 09/11/2014.
Premiere Date: 10/13/2014 Hits/Views: 402,220
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UCSF Kidney Transplant Program - Update in Transplantation 2013 Part Two: Fertility and Pregnancy in Transplantation. Sindhu Chandran, MD discusses the issues, outcomes and treatments for fertility and pregnancy in kidney transplant recipients.
Premiere Date: 4/10/2014 Hits/Views: 66,371
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General manager of the Exergy TWENTY16 cycling team Nicola Cranmer shares insights in to the lives of women in professional cycling. Dr. Kristin Wingfield discusses athletic injuries specific to women including breast pain, amenorrhea, osteoporosis and more.
Premiere Date: 8/26/2013 Hits/Views: 324,145
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Early pregnancy and multiparity are known to reduce the risk of women to develop breast cancer at menopause. The differentiation of the breast induced by the hormones of pregnancy is thought to play a major role in this protection. Jose Russo, Fox Chase Cancer Center, examines the mechanism mediating the protection of the breast conferred by full term pregnancy.
Premiere Date: 5/8/2013 Hits/Views: 75,247
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The reproductive toxicity of phthalates has been known since the 1990's. Shanna Swan, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, has worked for over twenty-five years to understand the threats posed by chemicals to our environment and our health, and, when necessary, to develop new paradigms to assess their risks. Findings warrant concern that low dose prenatal exposure to anti-androgenic chemicals may affect human male reproductive health.
Premiere Date: 4/17/2013 Hits/Views: 25,197
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One "window of susceptibility" that may represent periods of particular vulnerability to specific chemical, dietary, or psychosocial stresses that influence breast cancer risk is pregnancy. Speakers in this session are: Melissa Troester, Jose Russo and Janice Barlow.
Premiere Date: 4/10/2013 Hits/Views: 113,277
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Linda Birnbaum, Director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, discusses the future of federally conducted and supported research on breast cancer and the environment.
Premiere Date: 4/3/2013 Hits/Views: 63,049
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Today's fast-paced women can find themselves caught up in what has been called the "Superwoman Syndrome." Women often feel pressure to achieve in many domains: at home, with their families, in their work, in caring for friends, and even with their appearance. Margaret Chesney, Director, Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at UCSF, explores how to find balance and your own path to wellness.
Premiere Date: 3/11/2013 Hits/Views: 601,627
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Elissa Epel, UCSF health psychologist looks at social and psychobiological difficulties involved with caregiving and offers practical advice for managing stress, especially in women.
Premiere Date: 3/4/2013 Hits/Views: 191,155
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Elissa Epel, UCSF health psychologist looks at social and psychobiological difficulties involved with caregiving and offers practical advice for managing stress, especially in women.
Premiere Date: 3/4/2013 Hits/Views: 191,155
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UCSF's Dr. Mary Whooley explores how psychological stress, particularly depression, influences the onset and progression of cardiovascular disease. Dr. Whooley also discusses studies that point to effective strategies for treating depression and heart disease.
Premiere Date: 2/25/2013 Hits/Views: 669,757
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Sleep deprivation takes a huge toll on society. Kathryn Lee, UCSF School of Nursing, explores sleep, fatigue, and circadian rhythms particularly in women.
Premiere Date: 2/18/2013 Hits/Views: 520,319
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We are bombarded with images of super thin models and actresses. Andrea Garber, UCSF Division of Adolescent Medicine, explores what it means to have a healthy body image and how to help girls attain it.
Premiere Date: 2/11/2013 Hits/Views: 173,970
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Dr. Louann Brizendine is a neuropsychiatrist interested in all aspects of the human mind. The author of "The Female Brain" and "The Male Brain." An expert in women's moods and hormones, she explores the pressures that women face.
Premiere Date: 2/4/2013 Hits/Views: 3,039,763
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Margaret Chesney, Director of the UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, explores the role women can play in maintenance of optimal well-being. Recorded on 06/21/2011.
Premiere Date: 10/31/2011 Hits/Views: 164,334
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Breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer among women and affects approximately one million women worldwide. Dr. Laura Esserman, a nationally known breast surgeon, director of the UCSF Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center, discusses advances in treatment and prevention. Recorded on 05/31/2011.
Premiere Date: 10/24/2011 Hits/Views: 64,276
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Millions of women experience urinary incontinence, the loss of bladder control. Dr. Sharon Knight, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science at UCSF, discusses how to prevent and manage this common and often embarrassing problem. Recorded on 06/07/2011.
Premiere Date: 10/17/2011 Hits/Views: 95,682
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Dr. Joanne Perron, is an OB/GYN with over 20 years clinical experience in treating a diverse spectrum of women with reproductive disorders. She offers guidance about environmental contaminants and their effects on health. Recorded on 06/14/2011.
Premiere Date: 10/10/2011 Hits/Views: 86,158
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As many as 1 in 5 women over 50 have osteoporosis, the loss of bone density. Dr. Judith Walsh, a primary care doctor at the UCSF Women's Health Center, discusses options for treating and preventing osteoporosis . Recorded on 05/24/2011.
Premiere Date: 10/3/2011 Hits/Views: 127,909
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UCSF cardiologist Dr. Rita Redberg discusses what women can do to maintain a healthy heart. Recorded on 05/17/2011.
Premiere Date: 8/22/2011 Hits/Views: 58,345
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Dr. Cynthia Stuenkel discusses the myths and realities of menopause with host Dr. David Granet. How are women managing the hot flashes, mood swings, and insomnia attached to menopause? These questions and more are answered in this inspiring talk that educates and empowers women to actively and healthfully manage this passage.
Premiere Date: 8/18/2011 Hits/Views: 86,150
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We all want to know the secrets of how to maintain our health as we age, but where do we start? Elizabeth Barrett-Connor, MD, noted expert in women's health, walks us through the basics from A-Z, providing the viewer with easy to understand tips that can be incorporated into daily life.
Premiere Date: 6/9/2011 Hits/Views: 171,606
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Marcia Degelman of UCSF takes a look at the potential effects of health habits upon longevity.
Premiere Date: 5/18/2011 Hits/Views: 384,233
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As many as 30% of women have fibroids, benign (non-cancerous) growths that develop within the uterus. Most women with fibroids have no symptoms and need no treatment. However, when fibroids, cause heavy menstrual bleeding, pelvic discomfort and frequent urination, women should seek medical attention. A variety of treatment options exist. Dr. Alison Jacoby reviews fibroids, their causes and how they are diagnosed. She also discusses fibroid treatment options, including laparoscopic myomectomy and hysterectomy, uterine artery embolization (UAE) and MR-guided focused ultrasound surgery.
Premiere Date: 4/18/2011 Hits/Views: 257,456
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In this "You Asked For It" Grand Rounds from UC Davis, Donna Walgenbach, a Certified Genetic Counselor presents a look at counseling patients who carry BRCA1 and/or BRCA2 genetic mutations for breast cancer.
Premiere Date: 3/15/2011 Hits/Views: 90,993
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Explore environmental influences on the development of breast cancers with this animated short. Get a greater understanding of the biology of the breast and how developmentally specific exposures may affect breast cancer development.
Premiere Date: 2/24/2011 Hits/Views: 64,100
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Luisa Cabal, Director of the International Legal Program at the Center for Reproductive Rights, ties human rights with the health and empowerment of women around the world.
Premiere Date: 2/14/2011 Hits/Views: 65,570
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Bernadine Han, UC Berkeley/UCSF, discusses the promotion of family planning and women's rights in Indian public space. Nina Smart, UC Irvine, explores the silence on the globalization of anti-female genital mutilation legislation in the parliament of Sierra Leone. Laura Packel, UCSF, looks at HIV risk reduction behaviors in Tanzania.
Premiere Date: 2/14/2011 Hits/Views: 74,430
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People with diabetes can experience sexual problems but few have the courage to seek medical attention. These problems can be early signs of underlying serious medical issues. Noted sexual medicine expert Dr. Irwin Goldstein, joins our host Dr. Steven Edelman, to discuss this sensitive topic and what options are available for the most common concerns.
Premiere Date: 10/28/2010 Hits/Views: 272,798
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Dr. Mary Beattie discusses issues of great interest to women, hormone therapy and their alternatives for hot flashes, and treatment of osteoporosis. She looks at medicines and dietary and lifestyle interventions that may be helpful. Recorded on 07/07/2010.
Premiere Date: 10/18/2010 Hits/Views: 117,798
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Join Dr. Matthew Allison he talks about the latest research regarding health concerns for postmenopausal women and what can be done in the way of prevention of diseases such as heart attacks, breast cancer, and fractures. Dr. Allison discusses the risks and benefits of Menopausal Hormone Therapy (MHT), a supplemental estrogen therapy.
Premiere Date: 8/12/2010 Hits/Views: 66,152
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Is vitamin D the wonder vitamin? Can it prevent certain cancers and chronic diseases? Find these answers and more in this series brought to you by UCSD School of Medicine and GrassrootsHealth where experts discuss the latest research on vitamin D. In this program, Carol Wagner, MD, discusses vitamin D and its role in growing health babies from pregnancy to lactation.
Premiere Date: 6/24/2010 Hits/Views: 132,564
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Lisa Diamond, author of "Sexual Fluidity: Understanding Women's Love and Desire" talks about the fluidity in some women's sexual orientation. She argues that orientation is not necessarily fixed for life, but may evolve over a lifetime.
Premiere Date: 4/26/2010 Hits/Views: 421,702
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Exciting new technologies are being developed to improve breast cancer surgery. A leading specialist in oncology surgery, Sarah Blair, MD, joins our host, David Granet, MD, as she explains these latest advancements. Dr. Blair is developing a method for using advanced imaging techniques to ensure all the tumor cells are removed during a cancer surgery. Since this test is performed during the actual surgery, it will enable surgeons to remove the tumor precisely and may eliminate the need for any additional surgery.
Premiere Date: 3/18/2010 Hits/Views: 69,983
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Tracey Woodruff, Director of UCSF's Center for Reproductive Health and the Environment, presents a look at the current environmental challenges to reproductive health including the effects of environmental contaminants on reproductive and developmental health.
Premiere Date: 3/11/2010 Hits/Views: 107,081
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Dr. Judith Luce of UCSF examines the incidence of breast cancer in young women and explores what types of preventive medical treatments exist that may offer hope to women at risk.
Premiere Date: 2/15/2010 Hits/Views: 105,001
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Young women can and do get breast cancer. Understanding your genetic risk may help. Robin Lee discusses how to assess the genetic risks and Dr. Mary Beattie explores strategies for breast cancer prevention for women at high genetic risk.
Premiere Date: 2/8/2010 Hits/Views: 87,115
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Dr. Kurt Benirschke of UC San Diego uses his lively sense of humor to explain the challenges of bringing multiple pregnancies to term and their impact on mothers and babies in this talk to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UCSD.
Premiere Date: 2/8/2010 Hits/Views: 111,740
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Ross Prentice, head of Population Science Division, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Principal Investigator, National Women's Health Initiative, discusses biomarkers studies of nutrient consumption and activity-related energy expenditure among post menopausal women in the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) Clinical trial and Observational Study.
Premiere Date: 2/3/2010 Hits/Views: 105,170
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Young women can and do get breast cancer. Dr. Lori Strachowski, Medical Director Avon Comprehensive Breast Care Center at San Francisco General Hospital, explores the pros and cons of imaging young high risk women and Nancy Dunn, Director of Training, MammaCare ~ West, discusses quality clinical breast exams.
Premiere Date: 11/16/2009 Hits/Views: 102,371
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How do lifestyle and stress affect health and aging? UCSF researcher Elissa Epel explores the effects of stress on our cells and how to manage the stressful elements in life. Recorded on 06/22/2009.
Premiere Date: 6/22/2009 Hits/Views: 283,526
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Darrah Westrup, Ph.D., a recognized authority on the treatment of PTSD and other trauma-related problems discusses the mental health needs of women who have served in the military, with emphasis on the emergent needs of OIF/OEF women. This lecture explores the particular needs of military women and the most effective clinical treatments for them. Recorded on 06/03/2009.
Premiere Date: 6/3/2009 Hits/Views: 186,229
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The National Center of Excellence in Women's Health and Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at UC San Francisco present lectures to provide practical, easy ways to be proactive with your health. In this episode, Susan Folkman, Director of The UCSF Osher Center, talks about learning ways to manage and cope with stress. Recorded on 04/14/2009.
Premiere Date: 6/1/2009 Hits/Views: 483,524
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Explore the challenges of teen pregnancy and parenting and learn how communities can come together to reduce teen pregnancy. Recorded on 05/04/2009.
Premiere Date: 5/4/2009 Hits/Views: 81,081
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Ellen R. Shaffer explores globalization and health, access to health care, and women's health. Recorded on 11/20/2008.
Premiere Date: 3/23/2009 Hits/Views: 71,290
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Dr. Hilda Hutcherson is professor of Clinical Obstetrics/Gynecology at Columbia University Medical Center College of Physicians and Surgeons, a columnist for Glamour and Essence Magazines, and the author of three books. She argues that sex is a natural human right and that satisfying sex has health benefits. She explores how women can embrace their sexuality and experience the pleasure they need and deserve.
Premiere Date: 3/19/2009 Hits/Views: 41,672
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How do media images of physical perfection drive young girls into food and weight obsessions? Writer Courtney E. Martin explores this deadly disease. Recorded on 02/26/2009.
Premiere Date: 2/26/2009 Hits/Views: 163,389
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Nine courageous, everyday women survive breast cancer only to discover that their health struggles continue after their cancer treatment ends. Sponsored by The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
Premiere Date: 2/9/2009 Hits/Views: 107,546
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Dr. Karla Kerlikowske looks at the accuracy, efficacy and cost-effectiveness of mammography by decade of age. She explores both the benefits and drawback of the tool used to detect breast cancer. Recorded on 12/03/2008.
Premiere Date: 2/9/2009 Hits/Views: 132,788
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Does secondhand smoke increase the risk of breast cancer? UCSF Professor of Medicine Robert Glantz explores the link between the chemicals in tobacco smoke which is involuntarily inhaled by nonsmokers and breast cancer. Recorded on 10/22/2008.
Premiere Date: 1/19/2009 Hits/Views: 99,776
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The UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you the newest installments of this innovative series targeted at successfully managing pain in women. Studies show women often receive inadequate care as pain manifests uniquely in the sexes and requires distinctive treatment strategies. In this program, Emeran A. Mayer, M.D., Director UCLA Center for Neurovisceral Sciences and Women's Health, talks about irritable bowel syndrome. Recorded on 4/26/2007.
Premiere Date: 11/6/2007 Hits/Views: 71,755
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The UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you the newest installments of this innovative series targeted at successfully managing pain in women. Studies show women often receive inadequate care as pain manifests uniquely in the sexes and requires distinctive treatment strategies. In this program, Melanie A. Greenberg, Ph.D., a leading expert from Alliant International University, talks about the psychosocial fallout due to chronic pain. Recorded on 04/28/2007.
Premiere Date: 11/1/2007 Hits/Views: 57,222
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The UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you the newest installments of this innovative series targeted at successfully managing pain in women. Studies show women often receive inadequate care as pain manifests uniquely in the sexes and requires distinctive treatment strategies. In this program, Mark Young, M.D., national expert with University of Maryland, talks about pain and the musculoskeletal system and the impact of gender. Recorded on 04/28/2007.
Premiere Date: 10/25/2007 Hits/Views: 47,645
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The UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you the newest installments of this innovative series targeted at successfully managing pain in women. Studies show women often receive inadequate care as pain manifests uniquely in the sexes and requires distinctive treatment strategies. In this program, Christy M. Jackson, M.D., Director of UCSD's Headache Clinic, gives an update on diagnosis and treatment of headaches in women. Recorded on 04/27/2007.
Premiere Date: 10/18/2007 Hits/Views: 141,383
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The UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you the newest installments of this innovative series targeted at successfully managing pain in women. Studies show women often receive inadequate care as pain manifests uniquely in the sexes and requires distinctive treatment strategies. In this program, Karen Berkley, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Neuroscience, Florida State University, talks about pain and endometriosis. Recorded on 4/27/2007.
Premiere Date: 10/16/2007 Hits/Views: 103,328
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The UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you the newest installments of this innovative series targeted at successfully managing pain in women. Studies show women often receive inadequate care as pain manifests uniquely in the sexes and requires distinctive treatment strategies. In this program, Robert Bonakdar, M.D., Director of Pain Management, Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine, talks about natural supplements for treating pain in women. Recorded on 04/27/2007.
Premiere Date: 10/11/2007 Hits/Views: 54,095
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The UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you the newest installments of this innovative series targeted at successfully managing pain in women. Studies show women often receive inadequate care as pain manifests uniquely in the sexes and requires distinctive treatment strategies. In this program, Mark Wallace, M.D., Director of UCSD's Center for Pain & Palliative Medicine, updates us on the latest pain management techniques. Recorded on 04/27/2007.
Premiere Date: 10/4/2007 Hits/Views: 73,650
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The UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you the newest installments of this innovative series targeted at successfully managing pain in women. Studies show women often receive inadequate care as pain manifests uniquely in the sexes and requires distinctive treatment strategies. In this program, Jon Levine, M.D., a leading expert from UC San Francisco, talks about the differences in pain syndromes and responses to pain medications in women and men. Recorded on 04/26/2007.
Premiere Date: 9/27/2007 Hits/Views: 31,242
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Old age is healthier than ever before, and women have the opportunity to make the "third age" of their lives better than ever. In this session, Dr. Bree Johnston explores the myths and realities of aging, and what science has taught us about how women can age as successfully as possible.
Premiere Date: 9/24/2007 Hits/Views: 101,324

The UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you the newest installments of this innovative series targeted at successfully managing pain in women. Studies show women often receive inadequate care as pain manifests uniquely in the sexes and requires distinctive treatment strategies. In this program, Karen Berkley, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Neuroscience, Florida State University, talks about sex and gender differences in pain. Recorded on 4/26/2007.
Premiere Date: 9/20/2007 Hits/Views: 80,456
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The UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you the newest installments of this innovative series targeted at successfully managing pain in women. Studies show women often receive inadequate care as pain manifests uniquely in the sexes and requires distinctive treatment strategies. In this program, Margaret Chesney, Ph.D., Deputy Director, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, updates us on gender differences in the use of complementary and alternative medicine. Recorded on 4/26/2007.
Premiere Date: 9/13/2007 Hits/Views: 82,295
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The UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you the newest installments of this innovative series targeted at successfully managing pain in women. Studies show women often receive inadequate care as pain manifests uniquely in the sexes and requires distinctive treatment strategies. In this program, Esther Sternberg, M.D., a national expert from American University, discusses how the brain and immune connections affect health and can help us prevent and treat disease. Recorded on 4/26/2007.
Premiere Date: 9/6/2007 Hits/Views: 93,507
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The CDC estimates that at least 50% of sexually active people will get HPV. But what exactly is HPV, how do you get it, and what can happen if left untreated? In the most serious cases, it can lead to cervical cancer in women. The exciting news is, there is a new vaccine available for HPV. To learn about who can get the vaccine and what it will protect you from, join David Granet, M.D., along with expert Cheryl Saenz, M.D. of the Moores Cancer Center at UCSD. Together they will answer your questions in this eye-opening episode. Additional resources can be found at: http://www.thegcf.org/ and www.wcn.org. Recorded on 5/31/2007.
Premiere Date: 7/19/2007 Hits/Views: 60,861
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Strategies for adopting a healthy lifestyle before and during pregnancy.
Premiere Date: 6/20/2007 Hits/Views: 893
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UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you this groundbreaking series to improve awareness of the prevalence and severity of pain in women. In this program, Esther Sternberg, MD, Research Professor American University, closes this series with final thoughts and observations. Recorded on 04/27/2006.
Premiere Date: 10/12/2006 Hits/Views: 1,489
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UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you this groundbreaking series to improve awareness of the prevalence and severity of pain in women. In this program, Christy M. Jackson, MD, UCSD Headache Clinic, discusses the stepwise evaluation and treatment of headaches. Recorded on 04/27/2006.
Premiere Date: 10/10/2006 Hits/Views: 15,782
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UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you this groundbreaking series to improve awareness of the prevalence and severity of pain in women. In this program, Christy M. Jackson, MD, UCSD Headache Clinic, discusses the stepwise evaluation and treatment of headaches. Recorded on 04/27/2006.
Premiere Date: 10/5/2006 Hits/Views: 13,194
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UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you this groundbreaking series to improve awareness of the prevalence and severity of pain in women. In this program, Douglas Chang, MD, UCSD Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, discusses strategies for managing low back pain during pregnancy. Recorded on 04/27/2006.
Premiere Date: 10/3/2006 Hits/Views: 3,178
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UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you this groundbreaking series to improve awareness of the prevalence and severity of pain in women. In this program, M.E. Ted Quigley, MD, IGO Medical Group, talks about empowering the female from the pain of hormonal change. Recorded on 04/27/2006.
Premiere Date: 9/28/2006 Hits/Views: 3,698
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UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you this groundbreaking series to improve awareness of the prevalence and severity of pain in women. In this program, Elly Hann, DO, San Diego Hospice and Palliative Care, speaks on how best to deliver bad news such as the diagnosis of a potentially terminal illness to patients. Recorded on 04/27/2006.
Premiere Date: 9/26/2006 Hits/Views: 38,808
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UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you this cutting edge series to improve awareness of the prevalence and severity of pain in women. In this program, Margaret A. Chesney, PhD, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, discusses alternative/complimentary approaches to pain management in women. Recorded on 04/27/2006.
Premiere Date: 9/21/2006 Hits/Views: 2,002
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UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you this groundbreaking series to improve awareness of the prevalence and severity of pain in women. In this program, Esther Sternberg, MD, Research Professor American University, talks about stress and its impact on the health and wellbeing of women. Recorded on 04/27/2006.
Premiere Date: 9/14/2006 Hits/Views: 3,762
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UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you this groundbreaking series to improve awareness of the prevalence and severity of pain in women. In this program, Farshad M. Ahadian, MD, UCSD Center for Pain & Palliative Care, talks about the evaluation and assessment of pain in women. Recorded on 04/27/2006.
Premiere Date: 9/12/2006 Hits/Views: 1,761
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UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you this groundbreaking series to improve awareness of the prevalence and severity of pain in women. In this program, Mark Wallace, MD, UCSD Center for Pain & Palliative Care, talks about the biology of pain in women. Recorded on 04/27/2006.
Premiere Date: 9/7/2006 Hits/Views: 2,430
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UCSD School of Medicine and the Diana Padelford Binkley Foundation bring you this groundbreaking series to improve awareness of the prevalence and severity of pain in women. In this program, Mark Wallace, MD, UCSD Center for Pain & Palliative Care, gives an overview of management of acute and chronic pain in women. Recorded on 04/27/2006.
Premiere Date: 9/5/2006 Hits/Views: 10,531
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Sexuality is an important aspect of human life, and each woman defines and experiences her sexuality differently at different stages of life. 43 % of woman age 18-59 report sexual problems or dysfunction. Hormones are related to sex drive and sexual functioning. New screening tests can determine if a woman has low hormone levels and appropriate individualized treatments can be prescribed. Sexuality does not necessarily decline with age for everyone; women are sexually active well into later life. Recorded on 2/25/2004.
Premiere Date: 7/26/2004 Hits/Views: 103,438
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Anxiety disorders are the most common type of psychiatric disorder and are more common in women. Symptoms of anxiety disorders including unrealistic or excessive worry, sleep disturbances, jitteriness, fatigue, and upset stomach vary in severity and can have a devastating impact on one's quality of life. Anxiety disorders are treatable, but frequently go undiagnosed. Recorded on 4/28/2004.
Premiere Date: 7/20/2004 Hits/Views: 73,986
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Nine courageous, everyday women survive breast cancer only to discover that their health struggles continue after their cancer treatment ends. Sponsored by The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
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