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The Secrets to Improving Your Sex Life – ThirdAge.com (March 2012)

  • Men, she says, are simpler. They just need testosterone to boost their sex drive. “But women, as in so many things, are more complicated.” Read more…

6 Reasons Sex is Good for Your Health – BodyChecklist.com (March 2012)

  • While sex is not as necessary to sustaining life like food and water, it is a cornerstone of good health. Like regular physical activity, sex can ward off some adverse health conditions and enhance other aspects of optimal health. Read more…

Dating, Sex, and Hormones – Urbanette.com (March 2012)

  • It must be the hormones! This cliche phrase is often used to explain the erratic behavior, odd craving, or the impulsive “tantrums” that adult women through. In reality though, hormones rule both women and men. Read more…

A Sneak Preview: What You Should Be Reading… – OpenSalon.com (March 2012)

  • For most doctors, myself included, the best part of seeing patients is helping them feel better. During college I participated in a summer program at a rehab hospital, working with stroke patients when they first came in from an acute care facility and watching them become better through rehab. Read more…

The Top Tips from 23 New Books – More.com (March 2012)

  • Check out the books More.com chose for tips on aging gracefully – including Dr. Jen’s Sex Drive Solution for Women. Read more…

Get to Know the IUD – SheKnows.com (March 2012)

  • You’ve heard of the IUD, but is it the right birth control for you? Unlike the pill, which you take daily, or barrier contraceptives, which you use at the time of intercourse, the IUD is inserted in your uterus and stays put for years – or until you want it removed. Read more…

Top 10 Most Provocative Books Out this Month – DailyLoaf.com (February 2012)

  • Read about the top 10 most provocative books on the market – including The Sex Drive Solution for Women. Read more…

Tips to Boost a Fading Libido – EmpowHER.com (February 2012)

  • Many people want a healthier, more active sex life, but some may be too afraid to speak up about what they want – especially women. Read more…

Survey: 75% of Wives Say Sex is Important – UPI.com (February 2012)

  • Seventy-five percent of U.S. married women under 50 said a good sex life with their spouse is very important or extremely important to them, a survey indicated. Read more…

Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby – PlanningFamily.com (February 2012)

  • Sex – it’s what created your oversized stomach and those painful, middle-of-the-night, charley horse cramps. If you spent a few months or more trying to conceive, it’s likelye your sex life was as exciting as the premiere of Breaking Dawn prior to pregnancy, only to be follows by a first trimester lull, thanks to nausea and fatigue. Read more…

Dating and relationships: Spice up your sex life – ELLECanada.com (February 2012)

  • Most couples fall into the relationship issue of a sex standstill at some point or another. What starts off hot and heavy can easily be derailed by stress, demanding jobs, family obligations and never-ending to-do lists. Read more…

The Sex Drive Solution for Women featured on The Real Cougar Woman (February 2012)

  • If you haven’t heard all the hype – get the all the details on the hottest new book to help every woman reclaim her sex drive. Read more…

Let’s Talk About Sex After Baby – BlogHer.com (February 2012)

  • A new baby is a great joy, but it can cause your sex life to take a nose dive.  Learn how to harness a healthy, sexual realtionship after baby. Read more…

Six Routine Screenings for Men’s Health – Everyday Health (February 2012)

  • Last year, the United States Department of Health and Human Services Agency for Healthcare and Quality Research (AHRQ) launched a campaign that brought to light the health hazards men face when they skip their routine doctor visits. Today, Everyday Health continues to spread the word because this is a matter of life and death. Read more…

Sex and Menopause - NBC Health Goes Strong (January 2012)

  • Most women will undoubtedly experience a decline in their sex drive as they age, but what many women (and their men) don’t realize is that despite the lack of desire, the actual act of sex is often more satisfying to a perimenopausal/menopausal woman than it was in her 20s. Women need to know that there are things they can do to boost their libido, like eating certain vegetables, exercising with their partner or adding novelty toys in the bedroom that will boost desire. Read more…

VH1 Show Seeks Moms and Daughters Who are Pregnant at the Same Time – Fox News (January 2012)

  • VH1 takes the next step in romanticizing teen pregnancy with a casting call for a new reality series featuring mom and daughters who are pregnant at the same time. With the popularity of shows like, MTV’s “Teen Mom” and “16 and Pregnant,” it is no wonder the media has become obsessed with this “phenomenon.” Read more…

This is Your Brain on Sex – Bodychecklist (January 2012)

  • Take advantage of basic biology and experience sizzling sex every time! Your brain secretes hormones that sensitize your body and put your sex drive into overdrive. Read more…

Must-Have Medical Check-ups – BetterTV (January 2012)

  • Achieve good health in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, and beyond. Learn the keys to good health at any age – it’s more than just making sure you see your doctor regularly. See more…

Docs: Be Careful When It Comes to Celeb-endorsed Diets – Fox News (January 2012)

  • An unsuspecting public can put their health in serious danger taking diet pills, participating in liquid diets, detoxes or extreme workouts without a consulting their doctor first. Fad diets offer only temporary results, if any at all.  Haven’t we learned by now? The only real solution to excess pounds is lifestyle changes that include regular consumption of a balanced diet and routine physical activity. Read more…

Did She Come? The Telltale Sign – Men’s Health (January 2012)

  • If you want to know if your woman is enjoying the sex as much as you are, you’re going to have to open up to her. It can be difficult to broach the subject, but this article includes the techniques to help you master post-coital conversation. Read more…

Dr. Jen Covers Results of 2011 Hormone Replacement Studies – Emaxhealth.com (January 2012)

  • Women everywhere can rest easy once again – conclusive evidence published in the March 2011 issue of the journal, “Menopause,” reveals that hormone therapy is a safe and effective treatment for women facing the classic symptoms of aging and menopause. Read more…

 Online Video Increases Patient Traffice, Engagement – Physician’s Money Digest (January 2012)

  • One of the reasons, I became a doctor was to help people. The more lives I change, the more rewarding I find each day. It took some time to develop a suaveness to being in front of the camera and on interviews, but it has made my career even more rewarding –I believe widespread patient education is vital to mainstreaming the concept of preventive medicine. Read more…

5 Top Health Worries Women Have – The Real Cougar Woman (January 2012)

  • The modern woman has plenty to worry about – taking care of family, working hard, offering a listening ear to friends, keeping house, cooking dinner and maintaining her health. For many women, careful attention to health is often at the bottom of the list, but that doesn’t mean there are not some major health fears lurking in the back of her mind. Read more…

Shocking News: Women are Hornier as They get Older

  • Just like a bottle of wine, sex only gets better as time passes – or at least that’s what the latest research suggests. It turns out that women’s sexual satisfaction in the bedroom increases with age, reports a recent study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine. Read more…

Pregnancy After 45 – When Do You Hang Up the Baby Booties? – The Real Cougar Woman (December 2011)

  • With the recent miscarriage suffered by TLC’s “19 Kids and Counting” star, Michelle Duggar, the risks of pregnancy after age 45 have stepped into the limelight. These days, many celebrities are having children at older ages and making it seem easy and the norm, but such a feat is not without significant risks. Read more…

No More Counting? Michelle Duggar Should Consider Stopping Having Children, Doc Says – FoxNews.com (December 2011)

  • Michelle Duggar, star of the hit TLC show “19 Kids & Counting,” announced Thursday that she had suffered a miscarriage of her 20th child. During a routine check-up this week, a doctor was unable to find a heartbeat and told Duggar and her husband Jim Bob that they had miscarried in the second trimester. Read more…

Flip Her Sex Switch On – Men’s Health Magazine (December 2011)

  • Ever hear that men think about sex every 7 seconds? Not true. On average, men think about sex nearly 19 times per day and women nearly 10, reports a recent study published in the Journal of Sex Research. Read more…

TLC’s ‘Virgin Diaries’: Ridiculing or Celebrating Celibacy – FoxNews.com (December 2011)

  • The television Learning Channel has never been one to shy from awkward, taboo or touchy topics, but is its new program “Virgin Diaries” laughing at or lauding the concept of celebicy? Read more…

How to Combat Hot Flashes – Best of You Today (September 2011)

  • Going through menopause? Then you have some knowledge of what a hot flash is. But do you know what’s really happening to your body during a hot flash? Do all women experience them the same way, or do different women have different hot flashes? Read more…

Menopause Before Forty – The Real Cougar Woman (August 2011)

  • I’m too young for menopause right? It’s funny. Women are always talking about how they can’t wait to be done with their periods forever! But when it finally does come, many women find that they’re not quite ready for menopause – especially if it comes earlier than expected. Read more…

Gluten Free – Fad diet or Healthy Choice – The Real Cougar Woman (July 2011)

  • I was at my local Whole Foods store the other day and noticed a woman stocking up on anything and everything that contained the words “gluten free” on the package. I knew immediately that shew as sold on what she bought was the best diet since cabbage soup. Read more…

Hormones Just for Men – Think Healthy Magazine (June 2011)

  • John thought what many men think at his age: “The good times are over…I’m not meant to be my energetic or active self anymore. But it wasn’t the aging process causing John to lose his hair, energy or sex drive. John was going through andropause, sometimes referred to as “the male menopause.” Read more…

A Hero to Military Women – Examiner.com (June 2011)

  • Women in the military make sacrifices that impact not only their own lives, but also an extended network of family members that could include small children. Many of these women return home affected by the stress and trauma of months or even years in a war zone, but one New Yorker is making a big difference in their lives. Read more…

Sex Drive Ramps Up with Healthy Food – The Real Cougar Woman (June 2011)

  • Do you have fond memories of your 20s? Eating anything you wanted, not needing to exercise to stay slim and always being up for sex whenever the occasion called for it? Well most 20-something year-olds could. Read more…

Reboot Your Libido – Think Healthy Magazine (May 2011)

  • Has your sex drive been declining as you’ve been getting older? If so, you’re not alone. Low libido is a common complaint for both men and women, but it’s not an inevitable consequence of aging. There’s a lot you can do to increase your libido, especially when you know what’s going on in your body. Read more…

Libido Reboot – Part Two – Gotta Get Physical – The Real Cougar Woman (May 2011)

  • Gotta Get Physical. I don’t think it’s a big surprise to hear that women are more emotional than men when it comes to sex. We want to feel that connection with our mate, we want them to know what we’re thinking and we DEFINITELY want to cuddle for longer than 30 seconds after sex. Read more…

Sexual Satisfaction Has Two Components – The Real Cougar Woman (May 2011)

  • It’s 10 p.m. and you’ve had a very eventful work day. You’ve finally had a chance to shower off that hectic mess of a day and pour yourself a small glass of red wine to sip on while watching the early evening news. All of the sudden, he walks in with his suggestive grin and you begin to cringe at the thought of having to perform ANYTHING…especially sex! Read more…

Stroke Victims Could Benefit from Hormone Therapy – Bioidentical Hormone Experts (May 2011)

  • A new Swedish study accepted for publication by the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolisa publication of The Endocrine Society – reported on 407 patients that had experienced a stroke in their lifetime. Read more…

Stress or Adrenal Fatigue – What’s the Difference? – The Real Cougar Woman (May 2011)

  • Women are masters of juggling and experts at scheduling every minute of the day away, while still making time for friends, family and the every-so-often social obligation. You’re not stressed…you’re just busy! Or are you? Read more…

Sugar: Curbing the Fatal Attraction – Bioidentical Hormone Experts (April 2011)

  • As Gary Taubes points out in the article, we are told that the evidence is inconclusive, but there is still room for concern. He should be afraid – very afraid. We have met the enemy and the enemy is sugar! Read more…

Stress and Sex Don’t Mix – Wondering What Happened to Your Spark? – The Real Cougar Woman (April 2011)

  • While at the gym a few weeks ago, I was catching up with one of my fellow gym-cougars on the treadmill. She was telling me how she had just received a promotion, how her son made his high school basketball team and how her daughter was excited about getting into her first choice university…Duke! Life was really great. Read more…

Real Cougars Know Over Stress & Under Eating = Wider Waistlines – The Real Cougar Woman (April 2011)

  • Think you have found the secret to losing weight? I know some women who say that stress is the answer. One of my girlfriends actually told me, “Well, between my career and my kids, I’m so stressed that I only have to eat one meal a day…isn’t it great? My own haphazard diet!” Read more…

Stress Assessment Every Woman Needs to Take – The Real Cougar Woman (March 2011)

  • Women are constantly on the go. We endure a long and hectic day at work, make sure our home is in a decent state and – on top of all of this – worry about how our family will survive in the current economic climate. All of these factors are putting more stress on our bodies than we think. Read more…

Cougar Women are Solving the Hormone Puzzle – The Real Cougar Woman (March 2011)

  • If you feel like you have absolutely no control over your hormones, I’m here to tell you that you do. As a physician who has extensive treating and specializes exclusively in bioidentical hormones and preventive medicine, a former OB/GYN and, of course, a woman, I know how important it is to feel in control of your body. Read more…

Libido Reboot Tips from Dr. Jennifer Landa – Health Watchers’ News and Views (February 2011)

  • Valentine’s Day may not be a holiday to look forward to if the sexy has gone out of your relationship. Millions of Americans suffer from low libido as the stresses of work, raising children and aging take their toll on sex drive. Read more…

Medical Mondays: How can I Reboot My Libido? – Bioidentical Hormone Experts (January 2011)

  • “I’m still getting my period, but I feel like menopause is on the horizon. I used to have an excellent sex life and great sex drive, but now I feel like my libido is just gone. I’m 40 years old and I can care less about having sex. Is this normal for a woman my age? Read more…

Dr. Jennifer Landa Shares Her Opinion on NY Times Article “The Estrogen Dilemma” – Bioidentical Hormone Experts (April 2010)

  • This article highlights one of the quandaries for women of our time. The news about estrogen has been very confusing. Until ’02, before the WHI was prematurely halted, we were told that we needed to take estrogen to protect our hearts. But since the WHI, the news on estrogen has been very confusing. Read more…

Dr. Landa’s Response to the million Women Study Published in the New York Times (January 2010)

  • Conventional hormone therapy (estrogen plus progestin) increases the risk of breast cancer, but remember estrogen plus progesterone DOES NOT INCREASE THE RISK OF BREAST CANCER. Read more…

Jewel’s rules for a Rockin’ body – Shape Magazine (July 2010)

  • A few things strike you when you first meet Jewel in person. The 35-year-old singer/songwriter is a natural beauty, with sparkling green eyes, glowing skin, a sincere, open smile and an amazing body. Read more…

Anti-Aging Medicine: Forever Young – Florida Trend (December 2009)

  • As we sleep, the pituitary gland near the base of the brain secretes a protein consisting of 191 amino acids that flows into the bloodstream. Although the substance, Human Growth Hormone (HGH), remains in the bloodstream for only a few minutes, it’s impact on the body is dramatic. Read more…

Dr. Jennifer Landa Speaks Out About Oprah’s Bioidentical Hormones Show – BodyLogicMD (January 2009)

  • Dr. Jennifer Landa of BodyLogicMD Orlando commends Oprah for doing the research herself and finding bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and using the forum of her show, website and magazine to publicize a very important health issue, one that affects every woman at some time in her life. Read more…

Dr. Jennifer Landa Explains Why She Offers Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy – Bioidentical Hormone Experts (January 2009)

  • I am a board-certified OB/GYN and am practicing in Orlando, FL. I have dedicated my practice to the use of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). I practiced traditional OB/GYN for some time and then changed my practice to GYN only. Read more…

Bioidentical Hormones for Menopause Sweeping the Country – Medical News, Inc. (June 2007)

  • Still looking good after all these years, Suzanne Somers, most notable for her role as Chrissy Snow on the ’70s show “Three’s Company,” swears by bioidentical hormone therapy in her New York Times bestseller Ageless, The Naked Truth about Bioidentical Hormones. Read more…

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