CHICAGO--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Women are invited to participate in frank and fun conversation about dating and sexuality, and enjoy a health and wellness fair, panel discussion and wine party with Lauren Streicher, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, nationally known Dating Coach Bela Gandhi, and Relationship Expert Dr. Alexandra Solomon as they host Dating after 40: Make it Awesome Instead of Awful, Tuesday, April 4th, 2017, from 5-8 p.m. at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
“Attendees will explore their sexual health, changing bodies and learn not only how to find a new partner, but also how to build the physical and emotional connections to make it last.”
“We created this fun, informational event for all of the women out there from 40 to infinity, who are single, thinking about being single, or know someone who is single,” says Streicher. “Attendees will explore their sexual health, changing bodies and learn not only how to find a new partner, but also how to build the physical and emotional connections to make it last.”
Attendees can roam booths for health, beauty and lifestyle information while sipping wine courtesy of The Wine Group. Northwestern Memorial Hospital will have educational booths representing key women’s programs. Sponsors such as Clarins Skin Care will provide mini-makeovers, and women’s health companies such as the Replens™ family of products, Mona Lisa Touch CO2 Laser and PeriCoach Kegel App for pelvic floor muscle training will provide health and wellness information. And, everyone will leave with one of Dr. Streicher’s legendary gift bags!
The Book Stall will be selling copies of Dr. Streicher’s book, Sex Rx: Hormones, Health and Your Best Sex Ever, and Dr. Solomon's book, Loving Bravely. Dr. Streicher and Dr. Solomon will be available to personalize books following the formal program.
Click here for more information and to purchase tickets. (The $20 admission will be donated to The Northwestern Medicine Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause and includes wine, nibbles, gift bag, and the panel discussion along with access to booths.)