Dr. Jennifer Haythe is a cardiologist at New York Presbyterian Hospital Columbia in New York City. She specializes in advanced heart disease with a special interest in pregnant women. Dr. Haythe is an assistant Professor of Medicine and the co-director of the Women’s Center for Cardiovascular Health.
Dr. Haythe graduated from Harvard University and completed her residency at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and finished her fellowship in 2009.
I talk with Jennifer about her journey to becoming a doctor and how she became so passionate about women’s cardiac health. She explains where the initial bias of women not having heart problems came from and how she is using her voice to advocate for awareness.
In this episode, I ask Dr. Haythe how women can look for signs of decreased heart health, how to promote cardiovascular function and the ideal diet for women.
Radically Vibrant Jennifer
Radically Inspired Clarity
Dr. Jennifer Haythe Answers…
Radically Loved Quotes
“We have a lot of ways of defining healthy.”
“Healthy is ideally getting your heart rate up, at least four times a week.”
“I’m not a fan of fad diets, they don’t work.”
“I want women and men to make appointments and insist on being evaluated for risk factors of heart disease”
A Little More About Our Guest
Dr. Jennifer Haythe is a cardiologist at New York Presbyterian Hospital Columbia in New York City. She has devoted her practice to women, specializing in pregnant women. She is a graduate of Harvard University and completed medical school at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Haythe is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Cardiology at Columbia. She also acts as the co-director of the Women’s Center for Cardiovascular Health. You can learn more at, https://www.nyp.org/physician/jhhaythe.
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