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Dr. Steinbaum appears regularly on TV and radio programs and is quoted frequently in newspapers, magazines and on the Internet.

Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum on TV

Dr. Steinbaum’s TV Appearance Reel:

 

 

Focus onHealth

Watch Dr. Steinbaum as the host of this new show featuring patient-focused stories, expert interviews and in-depth reporting on trending health topics like breast cancer, infection prevention and health care reform. The first ten episode season aired Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. on WLNY-TV 55, over the air, on cable and satellite.  Stay tuned for season two!

 

 

Additional Clips from Media Appearances:

‘Go Red for Women’ Turns 10, Fox News

Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum Talks Women and Heart Disease, Better TV

CVS to Stop Selling Tobacco ProductsAssociated Press

Transcending Heart Disease: TM Improves Heart Health


Cholesterol Lowering Drugs, CBS News

Study: Blood Pressure Drug May Reduce Risk For Dementia, CBS News
Also seen in San Francisco: HealthWatch: Beta Blockers May Be Linked To Lower Dementia Risk

Outsmarting #1 Killer of Women, CNN

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Omega-3s and Heart Disease, The Doctors

Women & Heart Disease: Signs of Heart Attack, ABC News

Olive Oil Protects Against Stroke, CBS News

Polycap Pill: The Super Pill?,CBS News

Links to Additional Videos:

Weekend Feature: Dr.Suzanne Steinbaum Discusses Events for National Heart Month

Calcium Supplements Up Risk of Heart Attack: Study

Shift on Cholesterol: New Advice Could Affect Millions

New Study Raises Questions About Treatment for Patients With Heart Disease

New Research on Hormone Replacement Therapy

Ellen Laughs Off Health Scare

Group of Young Professionals Spreads the Word on Heart Disease

The Effects of Lifestyle on Lowering Triglycerides

5 Tips to Prevent Heart Disease

Young Women’s Heart Disease Risk Worrisome

Drug May Prevent Heart Attacks

Heart Disease in Young Women

 

How To Fight Heart Disease With Dark Chocolate And Red Wine

How To Lower Your Risk Of Heart Disease

How To Monitor Your Heart Health

How To Recognize Women’s Heart Attack Symptoms

How To Use Statins to Manage Cholesterol

Report on the heart-healthy benefits of dancing with Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum

Heart Healthy Advice

Dr. Steinbaum in the News

New Research Suggests HRT May Lower Heart Risks

Why Rosie O’Donnell’s Heart Attack Is Your Wake-Up Call

What’s Your Health Professional Really Eating?

Blood Pressure Lowered Slightly by Soy Protein and Milk

Here’s a Weighty Issue for Teenagers

Heart Benefits From Cutting Back on Salt?

Events of the Heart June Newsletter – Featured Article

Fear of Dying During Heart Attack May Make Matters Worse

One in Five Young Adults Suffers From Hypertension

New Study Finds High Blood Pressure Among Young Adults Around 20 Percent

Study Finds Almost 1 in 5 Young Adults Has High Blood Pressure

Beauty Starts With the Heart

AHA Newsletter – News From the Heart

Cardiac Rehab Can Boost Survival After Angioplasty, Study Finds

Nigel Barker: How a Mediterranean Diet Lowered My Cholesterol by 88 Points

Salt Reduction Might Not Guarantee Lowered Heart Disease Risk

Study Challenges Link Between Salt and Heart Disease

Experts Offer New Guidance for Blood Pressure Control in Elderly

Calcium Supplements May Increase Heart Risk

Kids’ Wrist Size Tied to Heart Health

Too Many Hours at Work Might Harm the Heart

In Men, Duration of Diabetes Linked to Raised Heart Risk

Mediterranean Diet Cuts Metabolic Syndrome Risk

Red Hot Hearts 3 With Alex Jamieson and Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum

More Evidence Ties Moderate Drinking to Heart Health

New Guidelines on Women’s Heart Risk

Obesity Is Up; Hypertension, Cholesterol Down

Is Chocolate The Next Super Food?

Dark Chocolate May Be Healthier Than Fruit Juices For A Healthy Heart

Canola Oil Can Help Americans Meet New Dietary Guidelines

Welcome Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum to Red Hot Hearts!

Added Sugar May Raise Cholesterol in Teens

Too Much TV May Be Linked to Heart Attack, Death Risk

Too Much TV, Computer Time May Hurt the Heart

Heart Attack Grill Serves Up Bypass Burgers

Kids’ Lifestyle Changes Bring Later Heart Health

How to Avoid a Post-Christmas Day Heart Attack; Heart Failure Cases Rise Sharply Days After Xmas

What We Can Learn About Living From Richard Holbrook’s Death

Study Finds Family History Plays Big Role In Heart Attack Risk

Heart Attack Risks Study: Family History Matters

Regular Exercise While Young May Slow Middle-Age Spread

Miscarriage Leads to Broken Hearts

State’s Anti-Tobacco Campaign Needs Push

Women With High Job Stress Face Heart Risks

Stressful Jobs May Raise Women’s Heart Attack Risks, Study Finds

Summer Heart Health

High Tech Heart Scans

Toothbrushing May Stave Off Heart Woes

Women Who Love Carbs at High Risk for Heart Disease

Simple Carbs Pose Heart Risk for Women

HealthWatch: Chocolate

A New Recipe for Heart Health

One Pill Good For The Heart?

Optimism Good for Heart and Longevity

Why Women Are Tired (Video)

Why Women Are Tired

Exercise May Lead to a Smarter, More Successful You

Shedding Light on Why Omega-3 Fatty Acids May Help the Heart

Older Women and Antidepressants

Shoveling Snow? How to Protect Your Back (And Your Heart).

Holiday Time Adds Increased Risks for Heart Health

Health Watch: Taking Control, The Holiday Eating Plan.

Brooklyn Dad Makes Miracle Recovery From 45 Minute Cardiac Arrest

New Questions Raised About Michael Jackson’s Death

Gender Disparities Persist in Treatment of Stroke

Got Heart . . . Health?

Linda Wells and Events of The Heart Valentine’s Day Luncheon at the Plaza

Millions More Americans Might Be Placed on Statins

HealthWatch: Safety Tips For Shoveling Snow

Deaths From Heart Disease, Stroke Down 30%

‘Mediterranean’-Style Diet Best for Blood Sugar Control

Crowded Households Raise Women’s Heart Risk

Hypertension-drug mix cuts risk of serious ills

In Heart Attack, Gender Matters

Peter Franklin with BBC Radio Interviews Dr. Steinbaum

Aspirin Doesn’t Guard Diabetics Against Heart Disease

Statin Might Help More People Fight Heart Disease Than Thought

Healthy Lifestyle Boosts Women’s Longevity

Vitamin C Might Help Lower Hypertension

3 Smart Heart Tests for Women

 

Understanding a Woman’s Heart

Calcium Supplements Can Increase Cardiovascular Risk

Even best efforts can’t prevent all heart attacks

Avoiding a Heart Attack

 

Study Links Coffee To Improved Health

Study: Coffee Drinkers May Live Longer

Health Watch: How To Prevent Diabetes

Patch Form of HRT Poses Less Clotting Risks Than Pill Does

Cholesterol Test Spots When HRT Raises Heart Risks

Statins May Help Older Women Control Irregular Heartbeat

Younger Women Often Miss Signs of Heart Attack

Physical Activity Lowers Heart Disease Risk

Timing of HRT May Influence Heart Risks

Whisk Those Blues Away

 

HRT Dosing May Determine Risks, Benefits

Obesity Drug Shows Mixed Success Against Atherosclerosis

Severe Menopause Symptoms Raise Heart Risks

Many Patients Fail to Take Drugs After Heart Attack

Mammograms Might Spot Stroke Risk

Another Study Links Western Diet to Heart, Health Risks

Calcium Supplements Could Raise Heart Risks in Postmenopausal Women

Coronary Artery Calcium May Raise Women’s Heart Risk

New Heart Pump Helps Women Awaiting Transplants

Peripheral Artery Disease Up Sharply Among U.S. Women

Whole Grains Do a Heart Good

U.S. Women’s Health Care Still Falls Short: Report

Bypass ‘Off-Pump’ Boosts Women’s Outcomes And another study suggests vitamin E protects their hearts

Trial to Test Gene Therapy for Angina in Women

Soda Increases Heart Disease Risks

Estrogen May Lower Younger Women’s Heart Risk

Younger Women Fail to Heed Heart Attack’s Warning Signs

Blood-Letting Treatment Might Help Some Heart Patients

Exercise And Heart Attacks

Long-Term Birth Control Pill Use Linked to Possible Heart Risks


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