1. Book or movie that changed your life?
Book: The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel
Joyce. This book is wonderfully life affirming, and shows how a person in late middle
age can transform his whole life simply by changing his outlook. Additionally, the
dry British humor and excellent writing make this book a pleasure to read!
2. Favorite healthy snack?
3. What do you do for exercise?
I work out by cross-training and using an elliptical machine. I try to exercise
3 to 4 times a week.
4. Guilty pleasure?
People Magazine! I love it.
5. Favorite hobbies and things to do when you have time off?
I like to read and spend time with my husband and kids — all four of them! I go
to the theater and symphony regularly, and I love to travel, too.
6. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be?
Definitely Southeast Asia.
7. What’s most exciting to you about working with Women’s Health
My philosophy about brain health has evolved over my 20 years of clinical practice
as a neurologist, and it’s so great to have an opportunity to share what I know
and believe with readers.
8. How did you become interested in women’s health?
As a female physician, it’s only natural that I would develop a particular interest
in women’s health. Women often identify more easily with each other. As a medical
doctor, it continues to bring me great satisfaction because I am able to help women
of all ages attain their goals for good, lifelong brain health.