Dr. Jennifer Ashton is a Board-certified Ob-Gyn, women’s health expert, author and two-time Emmy award-winning Chief Medical Correspondent for ABC News and Good Morning America.A practicing physician, Dr. Ashton operates a private medical practice committed to improving the lives of girls and women by increasing health literacy and busting myths that have spread through folklore with little.
Ashton is a frequent guest speaker and moderator for public events including Women and Heart Disease, Ovarian Cancer Awareness, and Women's Health and Fertility In 2016, Dr. Ashton was named the first-ever Chief Women's Health Correspondent for The Dr. Oz Show and was designated by Team USA as one of the nationally recognized physicians in the Team USA Medical Network to care for female Olympians.Dr. Jennifer Ashton is the two-time Emmy Award Winning Chief Medical Correspondent for ABC News and Good Morning America. A popular guest speaker and moderator, she is among the leading voices in the country on Women's Health, and the only doctor with a national television platform who is also a nutritionist and double board certified in Ob-GYN and Obesity Medicine.Dr. Jennifer Ashton is a board-certified ob-gyn who specializes in adolescent gynecology. In March 2009, Dr. Ashton joined CBS as a news medical correspondent. She reports on a broad range of medical topics for CBS News' The Early Show and contributes to the division's other broadcasts and platforms.
Dr. Robert Ashton, 52 — who was divorced from Dr. Jennifer Ashton two weeks ago — jumped from the span around 8:40 a.m. Saturday, the Fort Lee Daily Voice said.
Jennifer Lee Ashton (born April 23, 1969, on George Air Force Base in Victorville, California) is a physician, author and television medical contributor. She is the Chief Health and Medical Editor and Chief Medical Correspondent for ABC News and Good Morning America and is a columnist for Cosmopolitan Magazine. Ashton is a frequent guest speaker and moderator for public events including Women.
She's one of the best known doctors in the country who offers regular doses of information on how to live a healthy life, but now ABC News' Dr. Jennifer Ashton is getting personal and sharing how.
A 51-year-old mother steps in as surrogate for her daughter. Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses the risks for a woman to be a surrogate in her 50s, surrogacy laws and other ways women with infertility issues can experience motherhood.
On February 11,, Jennifer Ashton, M. Ashton had a decision to make: disintegrate into a ball of anger and grief or step into the light of hope and love. In her new book, Life After Suicide, Dr. Ashton talks about the highs and lows of the past two years, including the friends she lost and found, her deepening admiration for her children, and the ways in which survivors of suicide should band.
Jennifer Ashton is known for being an American doctor, author, and television personality. She is most famous for being the chief health medical editor and chief medical correspondent for ABC News and their flagship program, Good Morning America. Related Biography: Chris Botti.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton is Board-certified Ob-Gyn, and is also Board-Certified in Obesity Medicine. She is the Chief Medical Correspondent for ABC News and a three-time Emmy Award winner. She is a graduate of Columbia College, Columbia University. She received her medical degree from Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton shares her top tips for protecting her mental health. Up Next in Wellness. 5 ways ABC News correspondent Adrienne Bankert protects her mental health. May 27, 2020 'Schitt's Creek' star has message for anyone angry about wearing masks in public. May 27, 2020.
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Jennifer Ashton is currently single. Relationships. Jennifer Ashton was previously married to Dr. Robert Ashton (1996 - 2017). About. Jennifer Ashton is a 51 year old American TV Personality. Born Jennifer Lee Garfein on 23rd April, 1969 in George Air Force Base, Victorville, California, USA, she is famous for ABC News' Senior Medical Contributor.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton, chief women's health correspondent for ABC News, has delivered 1,500 happy, healthy babies, and now she is here to help yours. Eat This, Not That When You are Expecting features trimester by trimester meal plans, detail restaurant, by restaurant guides, and aisle-by-aisle supermarket swaps—not to mention easy, delicious recipes that satisfy every craving.
ABC medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton has long been a fixture on our TV screens. However, now more than ever, the 51-year-old has been a constant source of comfort for Good Morning America viewers as she provides her expert opinion on issues relating to the coronavirus outbreak.
Jennifer Lee Ashton (born April 23, 1969, on George Air Force Base in Victorville, California) is a physician, author and television medical contributor.
Jennifer Ashton is a doctor from George Air Force Base, Victorville, California, USA. Author, TV medical commentator, and physician who established a private gynecology practice in New Jersey and wrote The Body Scoop for Girls.