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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


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