About Dr. Price:


A lecturer, author and women’s advocate, Dr. Price’s syndicated column, “Love Thy Self,” has been published on over 15 major websites and in health magazines. She has been a regular guest on National Public Radio’s “The Takeaway,” and has been featured on TLC’s “A Baby Story” and on NJN’s “Another View.” In addition, she contributed the foreword to the book “The Mocha Manual to a Fabulous Pregnancy” by Kimberley Seals-Allers, and appeared in the subsequent video version of the book. You may have also seen her quoted at various times in newspapers and magazines such as The New York Times, Essence and Prevention.



Podcast Coming Soon:  

“The Big Day has finally arrived”. Dr. Price’s Top 10 list to prepare for Delivery-Day (and I don’t mean storming the beaches of Normandy).





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More Media Sources Featuring Dr. Andrea Price:



The New York Times
OB-GYN; Pap Wars:  Whose Calendar to Believe?
by Linda Villarosa
For many women and their doctors, the yearly Pap test to detect cervical cancer is considered a necessary ritual. Never mind that several years ago, the American Cancer Society advised women age 30 and older that screening every two to three years was enough if they had already passed three consecutive tests. Or that last year, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the government agency that sets standards for preventive screenings followed suit. But many patients and doctors do not know about the new guidelines, and many others do not agree with the recommendations.    Read more >



NPR Books
A ‘Mocha Manual’ for Pregnant 
Interview with Ed Gordon, host
I’m Ed Gordon and this is NEWS AND NOTES. While pregnant with her first child, Journalist Kimberly Seals-Allers couldn’t find any books that offered support or advice to African American mothers to be. So she decided to write one herself. The Mocha Manual to a Fabulous Pregnancy offers practical information to help black women navigate through their pregnancy. Dr. Andrea Price-Rutty wrote the foreword. Both women recently spoke with NPR’s Farai Chideya.   Read more >



Madame Clicquot’s Ladies Night Out
at Delta Restaurant
Dr. Andrea N. Price, Honoree
 Sponsored by Delta’s Restaurant and Veuve Clicquot Champagne.   Read more >




Public Radio International (PRI)
New guidelines for cervical cancer screenings
November, 2009
Women can wait till age 21 for cervical cancer screenings according to new guidelines.

The following is a partial transcript; for full story, click to listen to audio.
Earlier this week, a government physicians’ group, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, issued a recommendation that women with no underlying risk factors for breast cancer wait until they are 50 before getting regular mammograms. Until that point, the recommended age for the screening was 40.   Read more>



Essence Magazine
What’s Going On Down There?
By Bobbi Misick
Monday, December 07, 2009

 A first segment of the four-day series, What’s Going On Down There?, we caught up with gynecologist Dr. Andrea N. Price, to chat about a woman’s ideal pH, what happens when it gets off-balanced. and how to keep your privates healthy.   Read more >


Kimberly Seals Allers’ Mocha Manual, Motherhood in Color Eating Fish and Pregnancy
Monday, January 21, 2008
Pregnancy can be a time of joy, discovery and…straight up confusion. One of the biggest areas of confusion is around what to eat and what not to eat during pregnancy. And the debate about fish tops the list. To add further mayhem to the which-way-is-up-ness, a Washington Post article this week reported that a group of top scientists are now advising pregnant and breast-feeding women to eat At LEAST 12 ounces of fish and seafood each week to make sure their baby’s brain development stays on track. This goes against previous FDA recommendations in 2001 and 2004 that pregnant and breast-feeding women have NO MORE THAN 12 ounces of fish and seafood per week because of fears about mercury contamination.   Read more>


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