Do most doctors treat menopausal women incorrectly? Endocrinologist Dr. Diana Schwarzbein believes so, and is a leading advocate for changing the way in which menopause is managed by physicians. Later, rediscover the childlike joy of letting your imagination roam freely as Vicki chats with Carla Sonheim author of a creativity book for all ages in The Art of Silliness

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Dr. Diana Schwarzbein, a board certified physician specializing in endocrinology, is a widely recognized leading advocate for changing the way that menopause is understood and treated. In over 20 years of private practice, Dr. Schwarzbein has helped thousands of women effectively and safely manage their menopause. A pioneer and noted expert in the use of bio-identical hormones for treating menopause, she provides the expertise, experience, and energy behind her initiative known as Menopause Power, an outlet to educate women to take the lead in changing the way phyisicians approach menopause.

Carla Sonheim is a Seattle-based illustrator and workshop instructor known for her fun and innovative projects designed to help adult students rediscover the spontaneity and playful approach we take to creating art as children. In her new book The Art of Silliness: A Creativity Book for Everyone, Sonheim offers dozens of engaging ideas and activities that will help you jumpstart, rediscover, or further your creative pursuits. An accomplished painter whose works are showcased in galleries nationwide as well as public and private collections globally, Sonheim is also a popular teacher for workshop venues such as Artfest and Art and Soul!

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