In recent articles published to New York Daily News’ website, by the great celebrity doctor, Dr. David Samadi gives a highly in depth educational description of what women should expect as they age, and how men can maintain good health as they age. In the articles, he also answers many questions that most people are to shy or embarrassed to ask as they age.
In one of these recent articles about what women should expect with menopause, Dr. David Samadi answers ten (10) very common questions that many women have about menopause. Including, the first most popular question of: when a woman should expect to enter the menopause phase in her life. He also talks about the beginning stages of menopause, and the symptoms a woman should expect. Included in the article, are ways that women can transition through menopause as simple as possible. He mentions that every woman will go through menopause in their life.
While in another article about men’s health, Dr. David Samadi talks about what most men love the most, sex. He explain the ways to keep doing what they love. He describes the best eight (8) signs of a sexually healthy man. All the way from physical and mental exercise, to what your body should be consuming to maintain a sexually healthy lifestyle. Samadi has compiled this very in depth explanation for men to keep a mental tally of how to be consistent sexual healthy performers.
Dr. David Samadi was born in a Jewish community in Iran. His younger brother and him left Iran after the Iranian Revolution in 1979. After graduating high school, Dr. Samadi obtained a full scholarship to Stony Brook University, and earned a degree in Biochemistry. In 1996, he earned his M.D. from the Stony Brook Medical Center. He later trained in proctology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1996. After attending Albert Einstein College of Medicine, he trained in urology at Montefiore Medical Center in the year 2000. In 2001, Samadi attended Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, as part of a oncology fellowship for proctology. He also studied under Professor Claude Abbou at France’s Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil, in 2002. Which is where he learned robotic radical prostatectomy. Samadi has the education, experience, and studies to backup all of his claims in his expertise.