Sarah Blunden, RD P.Dt, CDE, CPT, Professional Dietitian, talks about how computer screens and computer devices can affect eating habits in teens and children.
The Health Benefits of Cucumbers: featuring Sarah Ware, Registered Dietician.
Sarah Ware, RD, Registered Dietician and Nick Pratap, BSc, Kin, Clinical Exercise Physiologist, talks about how healthy food and exercise, including beets can help improve overall health.
A local pediatrician plays a key role in your child’s health and development. A local pediatrician is a medical doctor who diagnoses and treats infants, children, adolescents and young adults. A local pediatrician focuses on the physical and mental health of children. Some of the things a local pediatrician may do include performing physical exams; giving immunizations; diagnosing and treating illnesses such as chicken pox, asthma, cold and flu and constipation; diagnosing and treating infections such as ear and eye infections; ensuring your child is reaching their developmental milestones; assessing behavior; assessing mental health in teens and kids and more. Whether you have questions about your child’s nutrition or aren’t sure if they need a specialist such as a local dermatologist, your local pediatrician can help. Some parents choose to see a local family physician with their child, while others choose a local pediatrician. A local pediatrician specialize in treating children, while a local family physician can continue to care for your child once they become an adult. A local pediatrician may refer your child to other specialists as needed. For example, if your child has a concussion, they may need to see a local neurologist or psychiatrist.