Monthly Archives: February 2014

Women’s Wellness Event with Chocolate and Wine

Enjoy good company, indulge in a fine wine and chocolate tasting and discover the latest about women’s heart health during Chocolate and Wine: A Perfect Pairing for Your Heart. Register now to join me next Wednesday, February 12, from 7 to 9 p.m., at the Long Island Marriott in Uniondale for this special evening presented… Read more »

Prevent Relapse with Addiction Treatment

Philip Seymour Hoffman’s sudden death is a grave reminder that addiction doesn’t sleep. After more than two decades of staying off drugs, the actor picked up old addictions in recent years. New York City Police officers reported that friends found him dead in his downtown apartment with a needle in his arm. His home contained… Read more »

Caramel Coloring Contains a Likely Carcinogen

While you may not have heard of 4MeI (4-Methylimidazole), you have almost certainly been eating and drinking it. A component of caramel coloring, 4MeI is the most common food-coloring chemical in the world. Most notably, it helps gives cola its signature brownish color. Over the years, a number of public health advocates and consumer groups… Read more »

Find Support and Encouragement with WomenHeart

Women are finding encouragement and strength to help them lead heart-healthy lives at new, peer-led support groups in the WomenHeart Support Network. Hosted by the Katz Institute for Women’s Health in partnership with WomenHeart: the National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, the monthly meetings are open to women who have experienced a heart attack,… Read more »