Women's Health Issues continue to be in the spotlight throughout the month of October with Internet Radio Host Beverly Mahone. Learn more about menopausal symptoms and why the attitudes by treating physicians are changing.
Durham, NC (PRWEB) October 2, 2006 -- Women's Health Issues continue to be in the spotlight throughout the month of October with Ms. Mahone on her internet radio talk show. Learn more about menopausal symptoms and why the attitudes by treating physicians are changing.
"It's time to come out of the closet and talk about the real issues affecting middle age women---like menopause. It's one medical condition that doesn't discriminate," says Baby Boomer author and Talk Show Host, Beverly Mahone.
Throughout the month of October, health issues like Menopause, Breast Cancer, Fibroids, Depression, Sexual Abuse and Loss of Libido will take center stage on Ms. Mahone's program called Whatever! Guests include gynecologist, Dr. Katrina Avery, who discusses how attitudes by some physicians years ago may be responsible for the type of treatment women did or did not receive. She also answers questions from listeners who wrote in to Ms. Mahone.
Other guests scheduled are Bobbi de Cordova-Hanks, a breast cancer survivor and co-author of the book, Tears of Joy. Independent gosepl recording artist Jennifer Evans will will share her heart-wrenching story of sexual abuse as a child and the impact it has on her today as a middle-aged woman.
Ms. Mahone's program is a spin-off of her recently released book, Whatever! A Baby Boomer's Journey Into Middle Age. It is available on Amazon.com. You can access the program through:
http://www.successtalk.com/whatever or http://www.babyboomerbev.podOmatic.com
The programs are sponsored by Lisa's Delicious Diet Cookies (www.freetrialcookie.com) and www.rickandjune.com.