Healthy Eating & Steps During Holidays are important during Thanksgiving. This is a time for eating and family, so it’s important to be healthy on this holiday too! Many people are trying to have a healthier lifestyle. Then, Thanksgiving comes along and seems to ruin it all. Then, before you
Positive Talk With Children
Positive Talk with Children
Positive talk with children can be elusive. Often, we get lost in the busy “to do list’ of our lives. When our children don’t follow directions or listen to us, we fall into the usual negative talk. “Stop that now.” “Don’t touch that.” “Leave me alone.” … READ MORE
Coming Out To Your Doctor
Coming Out To Your Doctor – Difficult & Private
Coming out to your doctor may be difficult, especially for if you are a teen. Often, a teenager comes out with a million thoughts running
through their head. Will my doctor accept me? Will my doctor help me? Does my doctor … READ MORE
Test Anxiety Strategies
Are There Test Anxiety Strategies That Can Help?
Yes! There are many test anxiety strategies on how to deal with test anxiety. First, I’m going to review the causes, the symptoms, and who gets it before I discuss what test anxiety strategies to use for managing test anxiety.
What … READ MORE
E-Cigarette Cancer & Juuling in Teens
What Are E-Cigarettes (E-Cigs)?
E-cigarette cancer chemicals have increased in teens. Before we get into the details, let’s review the background of E-cigarettes. E-cigs are electronic cigarettes that have liquids that contain many chemicals including nicotine, and fruity and other flavors. They are battery-powered and mimic cigarettes, but don’t have … READ MORE
Sexual Abuse Gymnastics Scandal
Sexual Abuse by MSU’s Former Dean on Medical Students
On Tuesday, March 27, 2018, William Strampel, former dean of Michigan State University’s (MSU) osteopathic medical school from 2002 to 2017, was arrested Monday evening and taken to jail on four charges — one felony and three misdemeanors. He … READ MORE
Gun Violence in America
Gun Violence in America & March for Our Lives
America had a truly historical moment on Saturday, March 24, 2018. The March For Our Lives was led by the student survivors of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland, FL. There were 800,000 teens and adults who attended the March in … READ MORE
Flu Season Severe 2017-2018
Flu Season Today?
As of the end of December 2017, the flu season is officially moderately severe. The flu is widespread in 46 states. This is up from 36 states in the previous week. The U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) research reveals that flu hospitalization is about … READ MORE
Lead Poisoning by Teething Bracelet
A 9 month old infant girl from Connecticut was found to have lead poisoning. Doctors discovered that the young infant had a high lead level during her routine physical exam.
According to a report (http://bit.ly/2wBf8LJ) by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) … READ MORE