Media and Appearances

Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum often appears on television and writes guest articles for various media outlets.
She also hosted Focus onHealth, featuring patient-focused stories, expert interviews and in-depth reporting on trending health topics like breast cancer, infection prevention and health care reform.  Focus onHealth was carried by most cable and satellite TV providers in the New York area.

Recent:
New Guidelines May Mean Millions More Will Be Put On Blood Pressure Medication, CBS News, November 13, 2017
January
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Women’s Networking Group Event, NYC, January 26, 2016
 
TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
‘The Biggest Loser’ Trainer Shares Top Heart Healthy Exercises, Fox News
Heart Attack Wake-up Call for Women and Their Doctors, CBS
 
RADIO
Shelli Sonstein Show, Q104.3FM, January 29, 2016
 
ONLINE
Irregular Heart Beat May Pose Bigger Threat to Women, published on US News and World Report, January 20, 2016
Eating More Healthy Fats May Extend Life, Study Suggests, published on HealthDay, January 20, 2016
Are You at Risk for a Heart Attack?, published on Good Housekeeping, January 20, 2016
Women’s Heart Attacks Are Different Than Men’s, published on WebMD, January 25, 2016
The New Year With Your Old Self: Making It Stick, published on The Huffington Post, January 28, 2016
 
February
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Opening the NASDAQ, NYC, February 1, 2016
Heart Health Education Dinner, KPMG, NYC, February 3, 2016
Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital, NYC, February 8, 2016
Moderator, Live Well at CITI Panel, NYC February 9, 2016
Woman’s Day Red Dress Awards, NYC, February 10, 2016
Macy’s Red Dress Fashion Show, NYC, February 11, 2016
Wellness Discussion, Lenox Hill Leadership Event, NYC, February 12, 2016
American Heart Association Western States Breakfast, NYC, February 11, 2016
Women’s Heart Health, New York Junior League, February 16, 2016
Lunch and Learn, Estee Lauder, NYC, February 17, 2016
TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
The Dr. Oz Show, Fox
Daybreak, NBC
RADIO
Women’s Hearts, Dr. Fred Feit, Doctors Radio, Sirius XM, February 24, 2016
ONLINE
Could You Have Suffered a “Silent” Heart Attack?, published on Starts at 60, February 1, 2016
Debunking 5 Myths About Heart Disease, published on Northwell Health, February 3, 2016
Saving a Superhero: Delilah’s Story, published on Northwell Health, February 5, 2016
The Real Superwoman, published on Patch, February 9, 2016
Heart Health Interview, published on DrLonsdorf.com, February 16, 2016
Simple Steps to Lower Your Risk of Stroke, published on CBS, February 19, 2016
Women Too Need to Pay Attention to Heart Disease, published on Epoch Times, February 24, 2016
 
March
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Event Co-chair and Panel Moderator, Go Red for Women Luncheon, American Heart Association, NYC, March 1, 2016
Institute for Integral Nutrition, NYC, March 6, 2016
Virtual Happy Hour with Suzanne Steinbaum, Take the Lead, NYC, March 9, 2016
High Performance Living Symposium with Equinox, Time Warner Center, NYC, March 10-12, 2016
Town Hall, The David Lynch Foundation, NYC, March 14, 2016
 
TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
Upcoming Daylight Saving Time May Trigger Serious Health Issues, NBC Nightly News

ONLINE
Study: Children Have Double the Risk Factors of Cardiovascular Diseases Their Parents/Caregivers Have, published on March 3, 2016
Optimistic Outlook May Boost Hispanics’ Heart Health, published on Medical Xpress, March 4, 2016
9 Health Numbers Every Woman Should Know, published on Prevention, March 8, 2016
Short Men, Heavy Women at Lifelong Disadvantage?, published on US News and World Report, March 9, 2016
Kidney Disease in Women Linked to Higher Risk of Peripheral Arterial Disease, Poor Leg Circulation, March 17, 2016
Women’s Hearts: A Metaphor for Change, published on The Future Centre, March 26, 2016
Study Puts Endometriosis in Cardiologists’ Sights, published on Medscape, March 31, 2016

April
 
TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
ONLINE
Heart Health is a Family Affair, published on CBS, April 4, 2016
Death of Loved One May Trigger Heart Rhythm Trouble, published on US National Library of Medicine, April 6, 2016
Losing Someone You Love Can Literally Break Your Heart, published on Mic, April 6, 2016
This Man’s FitBit Data Got Him the Medical Care He Needed, published on BuzzFeed, April 11, 2016

Appearances/Talks/Panels
Women’s Hearts and Hypertension, HealthFirst CME Conference, NYC, April 9, 2016
STV Company, Lunch and Learn, Heart Health, April 15, 2016
Greater Houston No Limits Conference for Women, Keynote Speaker, April 28th, Houston, Texas

May
 
TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
Satellite Media Tour for “Breakaway from Heart Disease” with Joe Montana for Amgen, May 11th and 12th
Fitbit Not Accurate?, Fox News

RADIO
Ethan Bearman Show, KGO-810, May 18, 2016

ONLINE
Why Drinking Tea May Help Prevent and Manage Type 2 Diabetes, published on Everyday Health, May 2, 2016
Football Hall of Famer Joe Montana Encourages Others to Cycle for Heart Health, published on Heart.org, May 13, 2016
Half of Heart Attacks Might be “Silent,” published on US National Library of Medicine, May 16, 2016
Deadly Silence: Fifty Percent of All Heart Attacks Could be “Silent,” published on Immortal News, May 16, 2016
Joe Montana Scoring Points Against Heart Disease, published on Twin Doctors TV, May 18, 2016
AHA, Others Launch Website to Promote Physical Activity, Understanding Risk Factors, published on Healio, May 19, 2016
Five Negative Health Effects From Drinking Too Much Iced Tea, published on Elite Readers, May 21, 2016
 
Appearances/Talks/Panels
Go Red for Women Luncheon, Keynote Speaker, May 5th, Palo Alto, California
The Kate Chapman Show, Don’t Tell Mama’s, New York City, May 7th
Commencement Speaker, A.T. Still University, May 14th, Kirksville, Missouri
 

June
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Living From The Heart, Go Red for Women Brooklyn Panel Discussion, NYC, June 17, 2016

TELEVISION
Mom Who Lost Son Campaigns to Help Others Through CPR, AEDs, The Today Show
 
ONLINE
Who Has The Most Accurate Heart Rate Monitor?, published on Toms Guide, June 1, 2016
Spikes in Blood Pressure Don’t Always Need ER Care, published on United Press International, June 13, 2016
Blood Pressure Spikes Don’t Always Need Emergency Room Care, published on Tech Times, June 14, 2016
Single Working Moms Carry a Heart Burden, published on HealthDay, June 16, 2016
Single Moms Need to Take Extra Care of Heart Health, published on Fierce for Black Women, June 20, 2016
Why Drinking Tea May Help Prevent and Manage Type 2 Diabetes, published on OiiO Daily Health, June 28, 2016

July
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Commencement Address, A.T. Still University, May 14, 2016
 
ONLINE
Researchers Find Link Between Magnesium and Healthy Blood Pressure, published on Wochit News, July 12, 2016
45 Things Heart Doctors Do To Protect Their Own Hearts, published on Reader’s Digest, July 12, 2016
Special Energy Drink May Alter Metabolism and Boost Performance, published on Live Science, July 27, 2016
Do Not Ignore These 7 Kinds of Pain, published on Health and Wellness 365, July 27, 2016
Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, Renowned Cardiologist and Women’s Heart Health Advocate, Named Medical Director for Wanda, published on Marketwired, July 28, 2016
The Importance of Magnesium for Good Heart Health – Are You Deficient?, published on Collective Evolution, July 28, 2016
How to Reverse the Health Risks of Sitting All Day, published on CBS News, July 29, 2016

August
ONLINE
Study: Here’s How Much To Exercise To Undo The Damage From Sitting All Day, published on Natural Society, August 1, 2016
Heart Risk Factors Rise Before Menopause, published on HealthDay, August 3, 2016
Exercise Not an ‘Antidote’ to Too Much Sitting, Heart Experts Say, published on HealthDay, August 15, 2016
Even If You Exercise, Too Much Sitting Time Is Bad, published on CBS News, August 16, 2016
Sitting Might Actually Kill You: New Statement by AHA, published on Body Fat Loss, August 16, 2016
Stress May Take Greatest Toll on Younger Women’s Hearts, published on Everyday Health, August 24, 2016
Stress May Be Especially Hard On Hearts Of Younger Women With Heart Disease, published on French Tribune, August 25, 2016

September
TELEVISION
Study: Sugar Industry Attempted to Shape Science, Fox News, September 16, 2016
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Health 2.0 Conference, San Francisco, CA, September 25, 2016
 
 
ONLINE
Go Red For Women – American Heart Association’s Circle of Red Summer Party, published on Gastronomique En Vogue, September 1, 2016
Comprehensive Review Aims to End Debate Over Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs, published on CBS News, September 8, 2016
Physician Fits Bracelet Wearable Into Fitness and Fashion, published on Search Health IT, September 26, 2016
10-Step Do-It-Yourself Heart Makeover, published on Everyday Health, September 28, 2016
October
TELEVISION
Once A Home Remedy, Study Finds Apple Cider Vinegar Could Transform Your Health, CBS, October 17, 2016
Caution: Haunted Houses May Be Hazardous to Your Heart, The Today Show, October 27, 2016
ONLINE
Fitful Sleep May Take Toll on Older Women’s Hearts, published on HealthDay, October 6, 2016
Sleep Problems in Middle-Age Linked to Heart Trouble in Women, published on Health.com, October 6, 2016

November
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Judge and Speaker: Annual MedStartr Momentum Conference, NYC, November 29, 2016
 
TELEVISION

RADIO

ONLINE
What You Need to Know About “Good” HDL Cholesterol, published on CBS News
People Over 40 Should Take Statins Regardless of Heart Disease History – Surprising New Guidelines, published on New York Daily News, November 14, 2016
Yo-yo Dieting Dangerous for Women’s Hearts, Study Says, published on CNN, November 15, 2016
Pessimism May Take Unwelcome Toll on the Heart, published on HealthDay, November 17, 2016
Your Heart: The Inside Story – A Day in the Life of Your Heart, published on Dr. Oz, November 22, 2016

December
 
RADIO
Death of Alan Thicke with Dr. Drew, KABC-AM 790 TalkRadio
 
ONLINE
How to Ebrace Positivity (Because Pessimism Literally Hurts Your Heart), published on Diabetes Daily, December 6, 2016
Alan Thicke’s Death: How Do Heart Attacks Kill So Fast?, published on Live Science, December 14, 2016
Why the Risk of Heart Attack Rises During Winter, published on Consumer Reports, December 23, 2016
The Awesome Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate, published on Nexus Newsfeed, December 26, 2016
Did Debbie Reynolds Die of a Broken Heart?, published on New York Times, December 29, 2016
New Year’s Resolutions: Doctors Share Inspiring Goals for 2017, published on CBS News, December 30, 2016

2015
January
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Go Red for Women, HBO, One on One Interview, Joy Bauer, The Today Show Contributor
Go Red For Women Executive Leadership Forum: The Evolution of Heart, Empowerment and Legacy, New York, NY
Presentation for Global Wellness Alliance, NY Academy of Sciences, World Trade Center, NYC
 
TELEVISION
Dr. Max Gomez: Health Concerns in the Storm, CBS News
Twitter Hatred, Heart Disease Deaths Linked, Fox News
Dr. Max Gomez: Positive Outlook Could Improve Heart Health, CBS News
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
RADIO
Public Radio, January 8, 2015
Women’s Heart Health, iHeart Radio, January 14, 2015
 
ONLINE
10-Step Do-It-Yourself Heart Makeover, published on Everyday Health, January 23, 2015
Nutrition Q&A: Can I Stop Taking Fish Oil?, published on The Washington Post, January 21, 2015
14 Things Heart Doctors Tell Their Friends, published on Time.com, January 20, 2015
Should You Take A Daily Aspirin Or Not?, published on Prevention, January 5, 2015
14 Diseases That Often Go Hand-In-Hand With Another Illness, published on MSN Health & Fitness, January 30, 2015
 
February
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection Show, Fashion Week 2015, Lincoln Center
Women’s Day Awards
Every Woman’s Guide to a Heart Healthy Life, TIAA-CREF, NYC
Go Red Day Health Fair, Lenox Hill Hospital, NYC
Lecture, The State of Women’s Hearts, Go Red for Women Western States Meeting, The University Club, NYC
Professional Women and How to Manage Their Hearts, Burlington House, NYC
Women’s Heart Health and Everything You Need to Know, KPMG
Speaker, Heart Health, ELT Fashion Show, New York Style with New York Life, NYC
Lecture, Heart Health, Women and Heart Disease and the Benefits of Wine and Chocolate, Affinia Hotels Wine and Chocolate Event, NYC
How to Live a Heart Healthy Life, Verizon Webinar
Women’s Heart Health, Macquarie Investments, NYC

TELEVISION
What Women Need to Know About Heart Disease, The Today Show with Kathie Lee and Hoda
Study: Repeated Sauna Use Each Week Can Help Men Live Longer, CBS News
Learn to Decode Your Food Cravings to Find Out What Your Body Really Needs, ABC Eyewitness News with Michelle Charlesworth
Arise America: Menopause Symptoms Last Longer Than Expected?, Arise TV
American Heart Association Marks National Wear Red Day, New York 1 News
National Wear Red Day, Good Day New York, Fox 5 News
From The Heart: The First Step, LifeScript TV
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Family: She Is Fighting for Her Life
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55

ONLINE
Are You At Risk For Heart Disease? 5 Things Every Woman Should Know, published on Healthcare Global, February 26, 2015
Your Guide to Getting Enough Omega-3 Fatty Acids, published on Fitness Magazine, February 24, 2015
Do Fish Oil Supplements Really Help?, published on Herald-Tribune, February 24, 2015
Cholesterol No Longer a Concern: US Experts, published on MSN, February 20, 2015
5 Ways to Naturally Reduce Your Blood Pressure, published on Time.com, February 19, 2015
Are You Taking Care of Your Heart?, published on The Huffington Post, February 19, 2015
Fashion Pushes Women’s Heart Risks into Limelight, published on Women’s eNews, February 18, 2015
More Evidence That Even ‘Moderate’ Exercise Helps Women’s Hearts, published on HealthDay, February 16, 2015
Cardiologist on Bobbi Kristina’s Condition: ‘Every Day She’s On a Ventilator, Prognosis Gets Worse’, published on Entertainment Tonight, February 13, 2015
5 Things Women Don’t Know About Heart Disease, published on Next Avenue, February 9, 2015
Tips For Protecting Your Heart Health In Your 20s and 30s, published on Verily, February 3, 2015
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Family Speaks Out: She Is Fighting for Her Life, published on Entertainment Tonight, February 2, 2015
A Heart-Healthy Life Starts in the Mind, published on LifeScript, February 2, 2015
 
March
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Living with Passion and Purpose, Go Red for Women Luncheon, American Heart Association, NYC
Keeping Grains on the Plate: How Does the Industry Stay Relevant?, American Bakers Association, Ritz Grande Lakes, Orlando
Living a Heart Healthy Life, Saatchi and Saatchi, NYC
Living a Heart Healthy Life, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, NYC

 
RADIO
The Heart Book Discussion with Shelli Sonstein, iHeart Radio
 
TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
ONLINE
Folic Acid Supplements Lower Stroke Risk: Study, published on NewsMax, March 16, 2015
Folic Acid May Help Ward Off Stroke in People With High Blood Pressure, published on Health.com, March 15, 2015
What Every Woman Can Do to Prevent Heart Disease, published on Enlightenment, March 13, 2015
From the Third Metric Straight to the Heart, published on The Huffington Post, March 11, 2015
More Evidence That Hormone Therapy Might Not Help Women’s Hearts, published on HealthDay, March 10, 2015
4 Ways to Beat Job Stress and Prolong Your Career, published on MarketWatch, March 9, 2015
Women: Stress & Heart Disease is Your #1 Killer, published on LinkedIN Influencer, March 8, 2015
Watch Out: Daylight Saving Time May Cause Heart Attack Spike, published on LiveScience, March 7, 2015
Antidepressants Linked to Lower Risks of Death and Heart Disease, published on Everyday Health, March 6, 2015
Coconut: The ‘Healthy’ Food That’s Bad For You, published on New York Daily News, March 3, 2015

April
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Women in the Media Who Meditate, panelist, David Lynch Foundation

TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
ONLINE
Living From Your Heart: Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum Shares Her Passion for Women’s Heart Health, published on TM-Women.org, April 30, 2015
Traumatic Life Events May Harm Women’s Hearts, Study Suggests, published on HealthDay, April 29, 2015
New Drug Class Slashes ‘Bad’ Cholesterol, Review Finds, published on HealthDay, April 27, 2015
Women in the Media Who Meditate” Luncheon Raises Funds to Teach TM to At-Risk Women and Children, published on DavidLynchFoundation.org, April 23, 201
Some KIND Bars Not So Healthy, FDA Says, published on ABCNews.com, April 15, 2015
Why We’re Seeing A ‘Rise In Stress In Women In The Workforce’, published on HuffPost Live, April 14, 2015

May
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Living a Heart Healthy Life, New York Junior League, NYC
Women and Heart Disease Risk Factors Panel Discussion, Brooklyn Go Red for Women Breakfast, Brooklyn Marriott, NYC
Discussion with Senators Regarding NIH Funding for Heart Disease Research, Lobby Day, Washington, DC
Keynote Address, Go Red for Women Luncheon, Tampa
Moderator of the Go Red Women’s Heart and Brain Health Symposium, Time Warner Center, NYC
How to Live a Heart Healthy Life, The Raj, Fairfield, Iowa

TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
RADIO
Women’s Hearts with Pamela Peeke, HER Radio
Early Detection, Education, and Prevention of Heart Disease, Tara Marie Live, HealthyLife Radio
Transcendental Meditation in Women’s Health with Bob Roth, Sirius XM Radio

ONLINE
Average New Yorker Sits 7 Hours Each Day: Study, published on HealthDay, May 28, 2015
Heart Health Tips from Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, published by Grain Foods Foundation, May 19, 2015
Heart Health Tips from Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum and Sylvia Melendez-Klinger, RD, published by Grain Foods Foundation, May 19, 2015

June
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Presentation to Businesses who Have Implemented CPR and Changed Lives, CPR Relay, Guinness Book of World Records, Times Square, NYC

TELEVISION
Women and Heart Disease, Korean TV
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55

ONLINE
White Men May Get Better Treatment for Abnormal Heartbeat, published on HealthDay, June 30, 2015
Low-Fat Diet Becoming Thing of the Past, published on NewsMax, June 29, 2015
Humor Helps Your Heart? How?, published on Heart.org, June 24, 2015
Who Has The Most Accurate Heart Rate Monitor?, published on Tom’s Guide, June 22, 2015
What’s Up With #BoobsOverBellybuttons and the #BellyButtonChallenge?, published on Shape, June 17, 2015
FDA to Phase Out Transfats From Food, published on USAToday, June 16, 2015
Women, Can We Really Have It All?, published on Huffington Post, June 2, 2015

July
 
TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55

RADIO
The Heart Book, Tara Marie Live, HealthyLife Radio

ONLINE
7 Teas That Can Help or Harm Your Heart, published on Everyday Health, July 29, 2015
Breastfeeding Benefits: Young Moms Who Breastfeed Have Healthier Arteries Years Later, published on Parent Herald, July 10, 2015
Breast-feeding May Pay Off for Moms’ Health Years Later, published on Chicago Tribune, July 9, 2015

August
 
TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55

ONLINE
FDA Approves Second Drug in New Class of Cholesterol-Lowering Medications, published on MedicineNet, August 27, 2015
Heart Disease Death Rates and Those Under 55, published on WebMD, August 24, 2015
Progress Slows Against Heart Disease Deaths for Adults Under 55, Study Shows, published on HealthDay, August 24, 2015

September
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Women’s Auxiliary, Lighthouse Guild, NYC
Stress and Women’s Hearts, Wisdom 2.0 Conference, Skirball Center, NYC
Women and Heart Disease, Go Red for Women Event, Donna Schragis Salon, NYC

TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55

ONLINE
More Evidence High-Fiber, Mediterranean Diet is Good for You, published on HealthDay, September 29, 2015
FAQ: Pregnancy Complications and Your Heart, published on WebMD, September 22, 2015

October
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Wellness Seminar, CITI Women, NYC

TELEVISION
Are You Working Out Enough?, Fox 5 News
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55

ONLINE
Study Refutes Notion That Obese Fare Better Against Chronic Ills, published on HealthDay, October 22, 2015
Red Wine Boosts Heart Health In Type 2 Diabetes, published on WebMD, October 12, 2015

November
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Master Class: Heart to Heart, Women’s Health Conversations, The Westin, Pittsburgh
Friends of Heart Luncheon, The 3 West Club, NYC
Circle of Red Event, 6-Figures and Go Red for Women, NYC
TELEVISION
Dr. Max Gomez: FDA and Sugar, CNN
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55

ONLINE
PMS May Warn of High Blood Pressure in the Future, published on LiveScience, November 24, 2015
5 Heart Rate Myths Debunked, published on WebMD, November 23, 2015
Is Hormone Replacement Therapy Safe?, published on Prevention, November 20, 2015
7 Full-Fat Foods You Should Eat Every Day, published on The Huffington Post, November 19, 2015
Reducing Blood Pressure Can Save Lives, Study Shows, published on CBS News, November 9, 2015

December
 
TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55

ONLINE
Danger Persists for Young Women After Heart Attack, Stroke, published on HealthFinder.gov, December 7, 2015
Keeping Consumers Heart Healthy During the Holidays, published on SnackAndBakery.com, December 9, 2015

2014
January
PRINT
Every Woman’s Guide to a Heart-Healthy Life, specialist interview, eScrip – Smart Shopper
Grain Foods Foundation, All You Magazine
 
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Huffington Post Heart Health Symposium, panelist, Huffington Post Headquarters, NYC
How to Live a Healthy Life, speaker, StriVectin, NYC
 
TELEVISION
FDA: Aleve Safer than Rival Pain Relievers, specialist interview, CBS News, Pittsburgh
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
RADIO
Wellness Blueprint Radio with Dr. Maiysha Clairborne, specialist interview, Survival Radio Network
 
ONLINE
How to Face the Number One Killer of Women, specialist interview, HuffPost Live
Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum’s 10 Tips for Preventing Heart Disease, specialist interview, Forbes
Looking Back in Order to Move Forward: New Year’s Resolutions, blog contribution, Huffington Post
Obesity May Shorten Lives by Almost 4 Years: Study, quoted, MSN Healthy Living
Heart Disease is Still the No. 1 Killer of Women. Here’s What We Need to Know to Change That, quoted, Huffington Post
Why Doctors Are Fighting Over Blood Pressure Guidelines, quoted, Time.com
5 Tips to Ward Off Cholesterol Confusion, article contribution, LiveScience.com
4 Myths About Heart Disease (and the Real Ways to Stay Safe), quoted, Oprah.com
Mediterranean Diet May Lower Risk of Clogged Leg Arteries, quoted, MedicineNet.com
The Truth About Diet Soda, quoted, StyleList.com
Green Tea May Interfere With a Blood Pressure Medicine, quoted, Alegent Creighton Health
Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum Highlights Value of Humor for Heart Health in New Book, quoted, KarynBuxman.com
Time Management, specialist contributor, HERchat, EmpowHER.com
 
February
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Women’s Heart Health Forum, speaker, Staten Island University Hospital, NYC
Living A Heart Healthy Life, speaker, Barclay’s, NYC
Every Woman’s Guide to a Heart Healthy Life, speaker, Lenox Hill Hospital, NYC
Go Red For Women VIP Reception, Lincoln Center, NYC
National Wear Red Day, American Heart Association/Go Red for Women, NYC
Red Lighting Honoring National Wear Red Day and American Heart Month, speaker, Empire State Building, NYC
Red Dress Fashion Show, Fashion Week, Lincoln Center, NYC
Go Red with the American Heart Association, NASDAQ Opening Bell, NYC
Wear Red Day Kickoff with American Express, WIN Network and Healthy Living, NYC
 
TELEVISION
Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum Talks Women and Heart Disease, specialist interview, Better TV
CVS to Stop Selling Tobacco Products, specialist interview, Associated Press
‘Go Red for Women’ Turns 10, TV appearance, Fox News
Weekend Feature: Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum Discusses Events for National Heart Month, TV appearance, NY1 News
Fact or Fiction, TV appearance, WPIX with Dr. Steve
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55

RADIO
YOUR HEALTH with Adam & Cristy, WCHL and KKAG Radio Boston, MA
Satellite Radio Tour (SMT), author interview, paperback edition of Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum’s Heart Book

  • Morning News- Daytona Beach
  •  Rude Awakening with Bulldog- Baltimore, MD
  •  The Vader Beebe Show- Dallas, TX   A Touch of Grey
  •  Maximize Your Health- Nashville, TN
  •  Family Health Matters- Grand Rapids, MI
  • Afternoon News- Milwaukee, WI
  •  WCCO-AM Morning News- Minneapolis, MN
  •  WSVA-AM Afternoon News- Harrisonburg, VA

 
ONLINE
Transcending Heart Disease: TM Improves Heart Health, expert interview, TranscendentalMeditation.org
10 Tips That Will Save You from Heart Trouble, specialist interview, Health24
Taking Care of Your Heart, specialist interview, HealthDay
How to Live From the Heart, article contribution, CNN.com
Woman With Heart Disease Who Almost Died in Labor is Proof We’re All at Risk, quoted, The Stir
Guidelines for Stroke Prevention in Women Issued, specialist interview, Forbes
Women, Put Yourselves and Your Hearts First for Once: Go Red for February, article contribution, Everyday Health
New Guidelines Aim to Lower Stroke Risk in Women, quoted, WebMD

March
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Living A Heart Healthy Life, speaker, Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, NYC
American Heart Association Go Red for Women Luncheon, chairperson, New York Hilton Midtown, NYC

TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
RADIO
Women’s Watch with Laurie Kirby, WBZ News, Boston
 
ONLINE
Prehypertension Increases Stroke Risk 44%, quoted, Prevention
Bolstering Heart Health for Women, specialist interview, Examiner.com
Women Face Delays in Heart Attack Care Compared to Men: Study, quoted, HealthDay
Exercise Affects Men’s, Women’s Hearts Differently: Study, quoted, US News and World Report
Marriage is Healthy for the Heart – Study, quoted, Rappler
Cholesterol Levels Spike During Winter Months, Study Finds, quoted, HealthDay

April
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Lenox Hill Hospital Healthy Give and Take Luncheon, panelist, Metropolitan Club, NYC

TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
ONLINE
The Truth About Marijuana: Health Risks Trivialized, article contribution, LiveScience.com
Not So Harmless? Pot Linked to Heart Problems, quoted, LiveScience.com
Uncover All Risk Factors Early to Prevent Cardiovascular Disease, specialist interview, TheDO
High-Fiber Diet May Aid Heart Attack Survivors, quoted, US News and World Report
 
May
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
American Heart Association and VF Sportswear, speaker, NYC
American Academy of Physician Assistants, speaker, Boston, MA

TELEVISION
New Study: Red Wine and Dark Chocolate Won’t Save Your Life, CNN
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
ONLINE
Get the Right Tests and Ask the Right Questions at Your Physical Exam, expert contribution, Bottom Line Health
Do I Need a Stent?, expert contribution, Bottom Line Health
Side Effects of Taking Statins, expert contribution, Bottom Line Health
4 Ways You Can Reduce High Blood Pressure, expert contribution, Bottom Line Health
3 Rules for Having Sex After a Heart Attack, expert contribution, Bottom Line Health
Heart Disease and Menopausal Women, expert contribution, Bottom Line Health
Sudden Cardiac Arrest, expert contribution, Bottom Line Health
Secret Symptoms of a Heart Attack, expert contribution, Bottom Line Health
Nurture Yourself Inside and Out: The Food You Eat, blog contribution, Huffington Post
The Science of Dying of a Broken Heart, specialist interview, HuffPost Live
How Do Birth Control Pills Affect Women’s Risk of Heart Disease?, expert contribution, sharecare.com
How Can Women Close the Gender Gap in Obtaining Heart Disease Care?, expert contribution, sharecare.com
Preeclampsia and Heart Health, Twitter Chat, Preeclampsia Foundation and American Heart Association
 
June
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Publicis Healthcare Communications Group, speaker and award presenter, NYC

TELEVISION
Fox and Friends, Fox TV
Entertainment Tonight, CBS
Woman Films Herself Having a Stroke, CNN
Better TV
HLN
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
ONLINE
The Weekend Warrior Phenomenon, blog contribution, Huffington Post
Depression a Powerful Risk Factor for Heart Disease in Young Women, quoted, CNN Health
Report: Heart Disease Risk Doubles in Women Under 55 Who Suffer From Depression , quoted, WQAD

 
July
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Endothelial Function and Aortic Pulse Wave Velocity, speaker, American Society for Preventive Cardiology Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Conference: Comprehensive Update Emphasizing Sex Distinctions

TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
ONLINE
Technology and the Doctor-Patient Relationship, article contribution, KevinMD
The Dangers of Energy Drinks, specialist interview, HuffPost Live
10 Summer Health Myths, Explained, expert contribution, Refinery29
Heart Doctor Explains Cholesterol Levels, specialist interview, GoRedForWomen
Study Ties Airport Noise to Heart Risk in People 63 and Older, expert contribution, HealthDay

August
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Piece of My Heart, panelist, American Heart Association and Pershing Square Theater
Webinar on Heart Health, Home Care Assistance
 
TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
RADIO
Healthy Heart and Vitality on Jane Wilkens Michael’s Better Than Before, specialist interview, iHeartRadio
Increased Incidence of Heart Disease in Young Women, expert interview, satellite radio in 9 states
 
ONLINE
Antibiotic Might Raise Heart Risks for Some, quoted, US News and World Report
Diet, Exercise Counseling Urged for Overweight Americans With Heart Risks, quoted, MedlinePlus, NIH

 
September
TELEVISION
Entertainment Tonight, specialist interview, CBS
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
ONLINE
The Neglect of Women’s Hearts: Time for the FDA to Step Up, blog contribution, Huffington Post
Birthdays, 9/11 and Fashion Week, blog contribution, Huffington Post
Group Forms to Clarify Roles of Vitamins and Minerals in Diet, expert contribution, NutraIngredientsUSA
The Reality of Heart Disease: A Wake-Up Call for Women, quoted, Forbes
Nutrition Alliance Aims to Address Misconceptions About Supplements, quoted, Pharmacy Times
Common Painkillers Tied to Blood Clot Risk, Study Suggests, quoted, Philly.com

 
October
PRINT
Seven Natural Ways to Deflate High Blood Pressure, quoted, Scouting Magazine
 
TELEVISION
Bias in Biology, expert interview, Al Jazeera America
Entertainment Tonight, specialist interview, CBS
Healing Stress, featured expert, The Dr. Oz Show
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
ONLINE
Teaching Our Girls, blog contribution, Huffington Post
The 3-Step Plan to Heal Your Stress, article contribution, DoctorOz.com
The American Lifespan is Longer Than Ever Before, expert contribution, Tech Times
The Benefits of Happiness, article contribution, Feel Grand
Janie Learns How to Heal Her Stress, expert contribution, The Oz Blog
Drinking Tea for Diabetes Prevention, quoted, Everyday Health
Know Your Trade Association: Global Nutrition and Health Alliance, specialist interview, Natural Products Insider

November
APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Estee Lauder Lunch and Learn, speaker, American Heart Association
Goldman Sachs, speaker, American Heart Association
 
TELEVISION
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
ONLINE
Even With Weight Gain, Quitting Smoking Healthier, quoted, WebMD
Certain Heart Dysfunction More Likely in Hispanic Women With Many Kids: Study, expert contribution, HealthDay
Campaigns Challenge Myth That Women Don’t Get Heart Disease, expert interview, ABC
 
December
TELEVISION
E-Cigarettes Worse Than Many Think, expert interview, Arise America
Census Shows 20 Year Decline in Divorce Rates, specialist interview, Fox
Dr. Max Gomez: Sleep and Dementia, expert contributor, CBS
3-D Printed Hearts, expert interview, Arise America
Ernie Anastos Show, specialist interview, Fox TV
Focus on Health, TV producer, writer and host, WLNY-TV 55
 
ONLINE
How Second Hand Smoke Risks Your Heart Health, specialist contribution, Everyday Health
5 Heart Attack Symptoms for Women, quoted, Newsmax
Worried About Your Health Eat More Blueberries, quoted, Examiner