July 31, 2019 – The Atlantic’s HUMANITY TECH 2019
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Many doctors have been standing up and speaking out to support immunization as a safe and effective preventive measure. Many of those doctors have also experienced cyber-harassment on physician-rating websites, organized by people against vaccinations. One of them is Dr. Monique Tello, a primary care physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, who joined Jim Braude on Greater Boston on May 15, 2019 to talk about her experience.
Meet Me in the Kitchen with Connie Spiros: Heart healthy recipes are on the plate on a new “Meet Me in the Kitchen.” Massachusetts General Hospital’s Dr. Monique Tello joins Connie Spiros to cook up vegan stir-fry with cashews, grilled chicken in a tangy, mustardy sauce, and dark chocolate-covered strawberries for dessert.
EatingWell 3/2019 Fifteen Little Ways to Protect Your Heart: #8 “Bypass the Halloween bargain bin variety and head straight for the dark stuff—containing at least 60 percent cacao. “People who eat about three 1-ounce servings a week have a significantly lower risk of cardiovascular and other heart-related diseases,” says Monique Tello, M.D., a clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School and author of Healthy Habits for Your Heart…”
CNN NewsSource 3/2019 Diabetes study ties lower risk to moderate body strength: “The study’s findings point to how important both muscle strength and cardiorespiratory fitness are for having a lower diabetes risk, said Dr. Monique Tello, a practicing physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School…”
MDLinx 1/2019 Here’s how intermittent fasting can be safe and effective: “…In light of these results, can any intermittent fasting regimen be undertaken safely? Absolutely, said Monique Tello, MD, MPH, FACP, author of the newly published “Healthy Habits for Your Heart.” Dr. Tello, internal medicine physician, Massachusetts General Hospital, and clinical instructor, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, also contributes to the Harvard Health Blog, where she has written about intermittent fasting.”
Chicago Tribune article by Claire Altschuler: Physician moms Hala Sabry, Uzma Yunus, Eleni Linos, Rachel Salas and Monique Tello discuss struggling in a male-dominated culture.
AAMCNews article by Dinah Weisenberg Brin: Report on physician mothers in the “diversity and inclusion” section of the American Academy of Medical College’s Newsletter, featuring Katherine Chretien, Hala Sabry and Monique Tello.
Constant Wonder (BYU Radio): Of course you know that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” You’ve heard it a million times. But is it true? Is breakfast even necessary? Host Marcus Smith and I discuss how both the cereal industry and the bacon industry helped create the myth of breakfast.
Physician’s Guide to Doctoring: Bradley Benjamin MD and I discuss evidence-based good habits development with a focus on my book, Healthy Habits for Your Heart.
Public Radio Tulsa: John Schumann MD and I chat about Healthy Habits for Your Heart in this lighthearted episode for Studio Tulsa’s Medical Monday.
MDEdge Postcall Podcast “Getting your book published with Monique Tello MD”: Host Nick Andrews and I discuss the nontraditional publishing path of Healthy Habits for Your Heart. “This week, Dr. Tello talks about how she got her new book published and how you can, too.”
MDEdge Postcall Podcast “Bullied by Antivaxxers”: “Anti-vaccination protesters targeted Monique A. Tello, MD, MPH (http://bit.ly/2QSYMoB), in late summer 2018 by leaving bad online ratings and writing false and defamatory comments in her online profiles. Dr. Tello wrote about her experience in a blog post (http://bit.ly/2FyR1Dd) where she opened up about how difficult the process has been, and how she has found support in a community of her colleagues.”
The GetHealthy 360 podcast: Host Kris Ferguson MD and I chat about Healthy Habits for Your Heart on his informal, in depth, and often personal podcast.
NPR article and podcast: It’s long been known that vitamin D helps protect our bones, but the question of whether taking vitamin D supplements helps guard immunity has been more controversial.Vitamin D supplements may reduce the risks of catching colds
Harvard Health Blog podcast: Feeling blue is normal. Bouts of sadness, disinterest, or lack of motivation happen to everyone. But when those feelings persist for more than two weeks, it’s more than just a run-of-the-mill bad day. It’s depression. That’s why diagnosis and treatment of depression is so important. Today we sit down with psychiatrist Guy Maytal and primary care physician Monique Tello, both from Massachusetts General Hospital. They’re here to help us fully understand depression and the different treatment options for anyone suffering from persistent blues.
Beyond the Manuscript Podcast: This Beyond the Manuscript podcast is with Valencia Remple of the British Columbia Center for Disease Control and lead author of, “Conducting HIV, AIDS Research with Indoor Commercial Sex Workers Reaching a Hidden Population,” and Soni Thindal, program coordinator for Project ORCHID of the Asian Society for the Intervention of AIDS in Vancouver, British Columbia. Monique Tello, Associate Editor and Senior Clinical Fellow at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, conducted the interview.