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.


Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum
2019 Media Review

Awards
New York Times Super Doctor, 2019
Castle & Connelly Top Doctor for Cardiovascular Disease, 2019

Organizational Appointments
Board Member, Global Wellness Alliance, international health organization dedicated to educating people about optimal nutrition as part of a healthy lifestyle
Board of Directors, Founders Affiliate, American Heart Association
Scientific Advisory Board, Grain Foods Foundation
Editor, WebMD
Monthly Blog, At the Heart of It All, Bottomlineinc.com

January

APPEARANCES/PANELS
1:1 Interview, Dr. Keith Churchill interviewing Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, AHA, Founders Board Dinner, January 24, 2018
Women’s Health, Access Circles, Miami, FL, January 25, 2018
Women’s Heart Health Webinar, Veterans Affairs, January 31, 2018

ONLINE
New Cholesterol Drug’s High Price May Not Be Worth It: Study, published on HealthDay, January 2, 2019
Blood Pressure Drugs Recalled Once Again Over Possible Cancer Risk, published on Medical Daily, January 4, 2019
Digital Tools Impact Daily Dermatology Practice, published on DermatologyTimes, January 7, 2019
“I’ve Done Everything Right… Why Am I Having Heart Problems?”, published on Bottom Line Inc, January 26, 2019

February

APPEARANCES/PANELS
Healthy Heart, Healthy You, Talk and Blood Pressure Screening Event, Macy’s Fulton Street, NYC February 8, 2019
Women’s Health Panel, Bernstein, Palm Beach, FL, February 13, 2019
Women and Heart Health, Podcast, Bottomline Health, February 23, 2019

TELEVISION
CBS. ABC. NBC National Affiliates and NYC, Go Red for Women, February 1, 2019
Lawmaker Starts New Push To Get New Yorkers To Kick Soda, CBS 2 New York, February 11, 2019
Omega-3s: Everything You Need to Know, The Doctors, CBS, February 25, 2019

ONLINE
American Heart Month: How to Reduce the Risk of a Heart Attack, published on Today, February 1, 2019
Go Red For Women Day 2019: Know Your Heart Disease Symptoms and Risk Factors, published on CBS, February 1, 2019
Heart Disease is on the Rise Among Women, published on The Business Journals, February 4, 2019
Doctors Kept Calling It Stress. Then I Learned I Had a 98% Blockage in My Heart., published on Good Housekeeping, February 7, 2019
14 Anti-Aging Supplements Doctors Trust the Most, published on Reader’s Digest, February 11, 2019
50 Health Secrets Every Woman Over 50 Should Know, published on Reader’s Digest, February 14, 2019
Getting Clued Up on Heart Disease Could Save Your Life, published on Brit + Co, February 15, 2019
Star Jones: I Was the Epitome of Heart Disease and Didn’t Know It, published on February 19, 2019
Heart Attacks Rising Among Younger Women, published on HealthDay, February 19, 2019
Heart Attacks Kill 6 Times As Many Women As Breast Cancer. Here’s How to Survive One., published on Considerable, February 22, 2019
Is Sea Salt Healthier Than Regular Salt?, published on NBC News, February 22, 2019
Women, Don’t Let Your Doctor Miss Your Heart Disease, published on Bottom Line Inc, February 23, 2019
College Athlete Had Heart Attack at 21: ‘My Whole Life Changed’, published on Fox News, February 23, 2019
This Is What It’s Like to Have a Heart Attack at 21 Years Old, published on Glamour, February 25, 2019
Every Black Woman Should Get A Heart Health Screening After Age 20, and This Is What That Means, published on Essence, February 25, 2019
Diabetes and Heart Disease: 6 Cardiologists Share Tips for Lowering Your Risk, published on On Track Diabetes, February 25, 2019
Why Women Are at a Disadvantage When It Comes to Medical Care, published on Bottom Line Inc Advocator Podcast, February 27, 2019

RADIO
American Heart Association & Preventing Heart Disease in Women, aired on iHeartRADIO February 24, 2019

March

APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Protect Yourself from the #1 Killer of Middle Aged Women Virtual Panel, Live streaming, The Covey Club with Lesley Jane Seymour, March 6, 2019
Moderator, Owning Your Power Panel Discussion, American Heart Association Go Red For Women Luncheon, NYC March 8, 2019
My Story: women’s hearts, life and love, The Alchemy Event, Henry Street Settlement, March 9, 2019

TELEVISION
Stroke Fears After Luke Perry’s Sudden Death, Headline News, March 5, 2019

ONLINE
‘Broken Heart’ Syndrome Linked to Brain’s Reaction to Stress, Research Finds, published on Fox News, March 5, 2019
Yo-Yo Dieting May Increase Women’s Heart Disease Risk, published on Eureka Alert, March 7, 2019
Is the Keto Diet Safe for Everyone? Probably Not., published on Big Think, March 8, 2019
IWD 2019: Women Leading Women’s Heart Health and Data Gaps in Healthcare, published on Bloomer Tech, March 8, 2019
Women Who Lose and Gain Weight Could Put Their Health at Risk, published on Oxford Mail, March 9, 2019
Taking a Moment (or Several) for Life Balance, published on Bottom Line Inc, March 23, 2019
I Had a Stroke at 38—And Ran a Half Marathon 4 Months Later, published on Runner’s World, March 27, 2019

April

APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Keynote Address, American Heart Association Go Red For Women Luncheon, Charlotte, NC, April 26, 2019

TELEVISION
21-Year-Old Athlete Survives Heart Attack, Spreads Awareness, The Today Show, April 15, 2019

ONLINE
Drs Say Heart Attack Rates Are Rising Among Women Under 50, published on The Daily Mail, April 2, 2019
Young Women Prone to Heart Attacks, Experts Working Hard to Alter Situation, published on Business Times, April 3, 2019
Heart Disease Starts Long Before the Diagnosis… So Stop Waiting, published on Bottom Line Health, April 20, 2019
American Sitting More Than Ever, And Tech Is To Blame, published on U.S. News and World Report, April 23, 2019

May

APPEARANCES/PANEL DISCUSSIONS
Representing The American Heart Association at American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) Conference to Release Comprehensive Guidance on Pregnancy and Heart Disease, May 5, 2019


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2015 Media Review
2014 Media Review
2013 Media Review