The power of media & medicine

As a vocal advocate for education and empowerment, Dr. Nina believes that media and medicine can work together harmoniously to improve people’s health and lives.

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Breast Cancer Symptoms That Aren’t Lumps 

8 Brave Women Share Their Heartbreaking Body Shaming Stories

Nurse Alice: America’s Next Top Model Dies of Breast Cancer at 34

What You Should Consider When Buying Sports Bras

How to get a Flat Stomach without going to the Gym, According to the Experts

5 Signs You Sould Stop Working Out

50 Doctor’s Own Anti-Aging Tips

15 Interesting Physical Signs You’re Wearing the Wrong Bra

25 Genius Ways to Get a Healthy Lifestyle on a Budget

30 Healthy Habits from Every Type of Doctor

Press: A Sweat Life

Cancer Myths Debunked

How to Buy A Sports Bra because incedent exposure is a crime

Pink-up: Doctor Comes Home to Spread Awareness

Mammograms: 8 Things Doctors Want You to Know


Burnout and the Resident Physician

Highlights from RSNA 2017

What is Burnout? 3 Symptoms You Should Recognize

Strategies to Managing Stress To Mitigate Burnout

Taking steps to improve well-being

What’s Your Story

Diversity in Radiology

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Media outlets utilize Dr. Nina’s experience-based, subject-matter acuity to connect their respective audiences to timely, accurate, and reliable information about breast health, wellness, fitness, and more.

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