This article from New Jersey's Courier News (3/16/09) discusses the launch of Women's Health for Life, team written by a group of leading women physicians and edited by Donnica Moore, MD. Now available for pre-order on amazon.com, the book will be in bookstores nationally in early April. Click here to view Dr. Donnica discussing the book, why it was written, and how it should benefit all adult women. The article also discusses the latest E! Entertainment Special in which Dr. Donnica is featured, "Top 15 Hollywood Tragedies".
Donnica Moore to be featured on E! special
August 15, 2008
When E! Entertainment Television was looking for a doctor to share their opinions on the "10 Most Compelling Mama Dramas" earlier this year, it called Donnica Moore."(The show) was about all kinds of celebrities who had various medical problems either related to pregnancy or the post-partum period," explains Moore. On the program, the Far Hills resident spoke about Britney Spears' assorted issues and the accidental heparin overdose of Dennis Quaid's newborn twins.So when the network was looking to do another special, this time on the "10 Most Shocking Mental Disorders" (which airs at 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 15), Moore was at the top of their list. And after speaking to her for just a few moments, it's not hard to see why.
Dr. Donnica on The Tyra Banks Show
November 5, 2007
On Monday November 5, Tyra asks the question "Why are we so afraid to talk about what's up...down there?!" Dr. Donnica is one of three women's health experts who answer Tyra's and her guests questions on this important and provocative topic.
Dr. Donnica Partners with L'EGGS SHEER ENERGY® on Leg
Health Awareness for Women
Sheer Energy® announced it is designating October as National Leg Health
Month in an effort to encourage women nationwide to become more aware about
leg wellness. National Leg Health Month includes the numerous leg health awareness
and educational initiatives in partnership with women's health expert and advocate
Dr. Donnica L. Moore. "Leg health is something women take for granted," said
Dr. Donnica. "Ironically, most women are more concerned about having better
looking legs than having healthier legs. In fact, women need to know that strong,
healthy legs will always be more glamorous," she added.
Dr. Donnica Returns to "The View"
Donnica Moore, President of Sapphire Women's Health Group and host of DrDonnica.com
will reappear on ABC's "The View" Thursday, June 9, 2005 to discuss a topic
relevant to all women: "Is Your Period Normal?" "The average American woman
will have approximately 450 menstrual periods in her lifetime. While few women
really look forward to this, most women have concerns if their periods are earlier,
later, heavier, or lighter than usual. Most women generally become accustomed
to what is "normal" for them, but are not fully aware of the menstrual variations
that fall within the complete range of normal," explains Dr. Donnica.
Dr. Donnica Discusses Cervical Cancer Vaccine on GMA
Dr. Donnica Moore,
President of Sapphire Women's Health Group and host of DrDonnica.com will appear
on ABC's "Good Morning America" tomorrow, April 7, 2005 to discuss exciting
data about the cervical cancer vaccine in development just released in the medical
journal Lancet Oncology.
Dr. Donnica to MC Women's Health & Counseling Center Imperial
Health & Counseling Center (WHCC) of Somerville will honor Judy C. Lewent, Executive
Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and President, Human Health Asia of
Merck & Co., Inc. at its annual Imperial Ball to be held on Saturday, November
20. Dr. Donnica Moore, the WHCC's honoree for 2002, will serve as the Master
of Ceremonies for the event and will present the award to Ms. Lewent.
Dr. Donnica becomes "Doc on Call" for First for Women Magazine
L. Moore, MD has become the regular columnist for the "Doctor on Call" feature
of the popular women's magazine, First for Women. Covering reader
questions from migraine to menopause, contraception to childbirth, and hormones
to heart disease, Dr. Donnica addresses the broad spectrum of women's health
issues in her reader-friendly fashion.
Featured in Interview with Welcoa's Absolute Advantage Magazine
Donnica was featured in the cover story article of the special issue of the
Wellness Council of America's magazine, Making Women's Health A Priority:
Striking a Balance Between Work, Life and Health. Dr. Donnica adressed Medicine
At Work, speaking out on the challenges women face when balancing the demands
of work, life and health.
Featured in Princeton Packet Women in Medicine Supplement
Donnica was featured in an article called "Moore Medicine" as one
of New Jersey's outstanding women physicians in a magazine supplement to the
"Princeton Packet" newspaper.
DrDonnica.com highlighted in issue of Health Magazine
was highlighted in the Nov. 2001 issue of Health
Magazine (p. 94) in their "Medical Notes" section: "Cyber Checkup Wondering
if that breast lump is anything to worry about or if that killer headache was
actually a migraine? Head on over to www.drdonnica.com and click on "Decisionnaires"
for a checklist of symptoms and risk factors for a variety of health concerns.
If you need to see a doctor, print the list and take it along with you as a
reminder of what questions to ask."
Center Presents Inaugural Award to Alumna and Student
Dr. Donnica was honored by the Women's Center of Princeton University, her alma
mater, with their first annual "Alumni Leadership Award".
Dr. Donnica featured in Mademoiselle Magazine
February 1, 2001
Donnica was one of 4 gynecologists featured in the latest cover feature of Mademoiselle
magazine (Feb. 2001): "The 12 Questions You Should Ask Your Gyno--Now". In it,
Dr. Donnica and 3 other leading gynecologists answer common--but embarrassing--questions
about vaginal discharges, oral sex, bikini wax, using birth control pills to
skip your period, tampons, periods, and STD's. A separate section of the article
discusses "What every good gyno will do: Dr. Donnica explains how to recognize
a good doctor."
|Dr. Donnica Selected as one of the Most Influential Forces
in Healthcare IT
cover story of this month's Advance for Health Information Executives announced
their selection of "The Most Influential Forces in Health Care Information
Technology". Dr. Donnica Moore, founder and President of DrDonnica.com was
one of only 15 individuals selected for this honor.
|Women in Medicine -- Tenacity's Reward
Dr. Donnica is featured
on the cover of the Sept. 2000 Women in Medicine Magazine. In the
cover story, "Top Docs: Three Women Show Us How It's Done", Dr. Donnica
talks about the importance of sticking to your goals and the struggles she
faced as a woman in medicine.
|"Young Entrepreneurs", Princeton Alumni Weekly
Dr. Donnica was featured in a cover story of the Princeton Alumni Weekly
Magazine covering in depth interviews with 5 young entrepreneurs who graduated
from Princeton. The article focused on the company Dr. Donnica founded in
1997, Sapphire Women's Health Group, and her goal to "do well by doing good".
The cover artwork is a characature of those covered by noted cartoon artist,
Dr. Donnica On Heart
Dr. Donnica Moore
is a regular columnist for the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) newsletter
"The Well Workplace". In recognition of the fact that heart disease is the number
one killer of men and women in the United States, Dr. Donnica's article, "Heart
Healthy Holidays" is on the cover of their December 2004 issue.
Women's Health And Counseling Center Honors Nationally Renown
Dr. Donnica Moore At Gala
2002 Imperial Ball Raises to New Heights as Celebrated Women's Health
Expert Chosen As Honoree for Fundraising Gala.
Dr. Donnica on Overactive Bladder in the NY Daily News
Dr. Donnica Moore was the featured guest expert in the New York Daily News "Spotlight
on Health" column. Today's topic was "Overactive Bladder: There's
Help For You".
DrDonnica.com Launches Clinical Trials Listing
The Clinical Trials Center includes general information about clinical trials
participation, and now lists specific on-going clinical trials looking to recruit
|MomMD.com Selects DrDonnica.com
MomMD®, the online community for women in medicine, has selected DrDonnica.com
as the first recipient of its "MomMD Spotlight Site of the Month"
seal of recognition.
New Survey Reveals Surprising Information About Health and Intimacy
June 4, 2001
Thirty-seven percent of sexually active adults polled in a new nationwide survey
of people with bladder control problems report that their sex lives are directly
affected by their condition.
Ink, Less Pink
April 1, 2001
Women make up 52 percent of the US population. They are not a niche market,
and shouldn't be treated as such. Dr. Moore discusses issues related to pharmaceutical
marketing to women, focusing on women's healthcare products in Pharmaceutical
Local Infertility Specialist, Dr. David Adamson, Featured on New
Women's Health Web Site
Dr. David Adamson, a nationally known infertility specialist and Medical Director
at Fertility Physicians of Northern California (FPNC), is currently a featured
Guest Expert on DrDonnica.com, the new women's health web site launched by Dr.
Ladies First: eHealthcareWorld Prescribed a Forum to Help Save
December 8, 2000
A number of influential women have chosen eHealthcareWorld as the venue to address
many outlets attempting to utilize the Internet to maximize women's health.
Keep Your Holidays Happy, Healthy and Headache-Free
December 8, 2000
As seen online at KidSource
OnLine. Noted Women's Health Expert Offers Solutions to Common Holiday Season
Dr. Donnica's Women's Health Report
For the first time, a nationally syndicated radio program will address women's
health concerns; a review of issues, symptoms and situations to help your listeners
stay in touch with the latest medical information and news.
National Women's Health Expert Launches Daily Radio Report To Educate
Women about Health Issues
Noted women's health expert and gynecologist Donnica Moore, MD, will take her
vital information and advice to the airwaves with the launch of DrDonnica.com.
The Mother of All Headaches
May 14, 2000
This year, give mom a Mother's Day gift that will last well beyond May 14, improve
her health and allow her to spend more time doing the things she loves--helping
her manage her migraines. According to experts, the most severe type of headaches--migraines--are
three times more prevalent in women than in men.