#1. Teen Mindfulness: 10 General Concepts

Perhaps your teen is going on age eighteen and getting ready to graduate high school and move out of the house for college next year. She or he has outgrown pediatric health care. Ask your doctor about having your teen become more independent. “What a great transition, from childhood to adolescence! And what a milestone,... Continue Reading →


8 FREE Health Gifts for Happy Family Holidays: “Rule of 8’s”

School vacation break is nearly upon us. There are many things that you and your family can do to break the stress of the holiday season. Let's be pro-active and set up the family for happiness: 8 Family Holiday Ways to be Good to Your Bodies: Deep breathing: "Respond, Don't React." Even three big breaths slow down the stress... Continue Reading →

10 Reasons Why your Teen Needs to Go to the ER

No one likes to go to the Emergency Room (ER), with long wait times and the possibility of catching the flu. Teens may not be any more reluctant than the rest of us, yet they may voice their fears more adamantly. That’s okay; let’s be reasonable. 10 Reasons Why your Teen Needs to Go to... Continue Reading →

15 Reasons to Say, “Please Pass the Watermelon”

This tongue-in-cheek article is on the very serious subject of Immunonutrition. A little- used word in the general public, it is an international concept used by millions of medical professionals for at least the past 8 years. We at "The MD, PhD is In" would like to see that you know about it. Just for... Continue Reading →

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