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December 12, 1993 | CONNIE KOENENN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Dr. Judith Reichman gets on her bandwagon, she sounds more like a political crusader than a clinical gynecologist. "We are the trailblazing baby boomers," she declares. "There are 40 million of us today and our numbers will increase by 10 million in the next decade. We have redefined adolescence, having babies, working and parenting. And now we are going to redefine menopause." And, in Dr. Reichman's view, menopause is overdue for some serious redefinition.
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February 23, 2000 | MIMI AVINS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dr. Judith Reichman was addressing a group of 600 people who had gathered at the best teaching hospital in St. Louis to hear her speak about cancer prevention, when her conscience kicked her in what laymen call the gut.
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February 23, 2000 | MIMI AVINS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dr. Judith Reichman was addressing a group of 600 people who had gathered at the best teaching hospital in St. Louis to hear her speak about cancer prevention, when her conscience kicked her in what laymen call the gut.
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December 12, 1993 | CONNIE KOENENN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Dr. Judith Reichman gets on her bandwagon, she sounds more like a political crusader than a clinical gynecologist. "We are the trailblazing baby boomers," she declares. "There are 40 million of us today and our numbers will increase by 10 million in the next decade. We have redefined adolescence, having babies, working and parenting. And now we are going to redefine menopause." And, in Dr. Reichman's view, menopause is overdue for some serious redefinition.
HEALTH
March 1, 1999
HARDCOVER and PAPERBACK 1. "I'm Not in the Mood: What Every Woman Should Know about Improving Her Libido," by Judith Reichman (Morrow, $21.95) 2. "How to Get What You Want and Want What You Have: A Practical and Spiritual Guide to Personal Success," by John Gray (HarperCollins, $24.95) 3. "Zagat Survey 1999: Los Angeles / Southern California Restaurant Guide," edited by Merrill Shindler and Karen Berk (ZagatSurvey, $10.95) 4. "Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution," by Robert C. Atkins (Avon, $6.
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September 18, 1996 | SHARI ROAN, TIMES HEALTH WRITER
"I'M TOO YOUNG TO GET OLD: Health Care for Women After Forty" Dr. Judith Reichman; Times Books $25 * "A NEW PRESCRIPTION FOR WOMEN'S HEALTH: Getting the Best Medical Care in a Man's World" Dr. Bernadine Healy; Penguin $12.95 * You can find two fine new health books for women on the bookshelves. "I'm Too Young to Get Old" is by Dr. Judith Reichman, a Los Angeles gynecologist, and comes highly recommended by her peers.
HEALTH
April 23, 2001 | Jane E. Allen
RELAX, THIS WON'T HURT Painless Answers to Women's Most Pressing Health Questions By Dr. Judith Reichman Quill, An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers 367 pages, $13 * Dr. Judith Reichman, a Los Angeles gynecologist, has given women a health road map through every decade, from their teens through their 70s and beyond. This paperback version of her 2000 book works well as a reference, offering distilled medical literature along with the advice Reichman dispenses to her own patients.
HEALTH
January 26, 1998
1. "Don't Worry, Make Money: Spiritual and Practical Ways to Create Abundance and More Fun in Your Life," by Richard Carlson (Hyperion, $15.95) 2. "Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy," by Sarah Ban Breathnach (Warner, $17.95) 3. "Talking to Heaven," by James Van Praagh (NAL Dutton, $20.95) 4. "8 Weeks to Optimum Health: A Proven Program for Taking Full Advantage of Your Body's Natural Healing Power," by Andrew Weil (Knopf, $23) 5.
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