Making Your Health a Priority to Live Life To Its Fullest

Dr. Jennifer Berman

This article, entitled "Making Your Health a Priority to Live Life To Its Fullest," is presented by Depend.

In the video below, Dr. Jennifer Berman, urologist, director of the Berman Women’s Wellness Center and Depend brand health expert is teaches women learn how to achieve longer, healthier and more active lives with simple changes to their lifestyle and diet.



Dr. Jennifer Berman is a practicing urologist with specialized training in female urology and female sexual medicine. Dr. Berman is now being considered America's leading expert on women’s sexual health issues, having pioneered clinical research studies on the physiology of female sexual function and dysfunction, and the medical therapies for female sexual function complaints. She first became known to TV viewers for her award-winning television series on Discovery Health, “Berman & Berman,” which she co-hosted with her sister, Dr. Laura Berman. Dr. Berman is also a recurring co-host on the Emmy award-winning talk show, “The Doctors.” And, has gone on to appear as an authority on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” “Good Morning America,” the “Today Show,” CNBC, CNN, and America's Health Network, in addition to radio programs nationwide, and several leading publications. Dr. Berman is the co-author of the New York Times best seller “For Women Only: A Revolutionary Guide to Overcoming Sexual Dysfunction and Reclaiming Your Sex Life” and “Secrets of the Sexually Satisfied Woman: Ten Keys to Unlocking Ultimate Pleasure.” She received her Master of Science degree from the University of Maryland Medical Center and her medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine. She completed her post-graduate urology residency training at the University of Maryland and received specialized fellowship training in Female Urology and Female Pelvic Floor Reconstructive Surgery at UCLA Medical Center. She was an assistant professor of urology at the UCLA Medical Center and co-founded the Female Sexual Medicine Center at UCLA in 2001, serving as its director.



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