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Season 4 Preview

Fempower Health

Season 4 Preview

Learn what’s coming up on Season 4 of the Fempower Health Podcast. Guests contribute to the increasingly important discussions on women’s health in the modern world.
January 17, 2023

Season 4 Preview

Welcome to Season 4 of Fempower Health where we empower women to advocate for their bodies and become the CEO of their health.

Every week, we engage in discussions with women’s health experts on topics like sexual wellness, mental health, pelvic floor, aging, women-related cancers, relationships, and much more.

Some topics we’ll cover in Season 4 include:

  • Answers to common questions in women’s healthcare today
  • Common myths and facts about UTIs
  • Hope for women with pelvic floor dysfunction
  • Discussions on vulnerability and believing in yourself
  • Coming to terms with how our bodies change throughout our lives
  • Living with and managing ADHD in our modern world
  • Ways to improve health with science-based action 
  • The importance of testing product ingredients for chemicals 
  • Diagnosing and treating aggressive breast cancer
  • Navigating the confusing healthcare system

Special thanks to Dr Katie Rothwell, Dr Suzanne Fenske, Ann Garnier, Dr Caroline Martinez, Carine Carmy, Iona Holloway, Dr Tamara Rosier, Dr Beth DuPriest, Dr Laurie Mintz, Amy Ziff, Dr Brigitte Piniewski, Dr Anna Daily, and all who helped make these women’s health episodes accessible to all. 

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**The information shared by Fempower Health is not medical advice but for informational purposes to enable you to have more effective conversations with your doctor. Always talk to your doctor before making health-related decisions. Additionally, the views expressed by the Fempower Health podcast guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent.**

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