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Providers must continue to encourage healthy eating habits with our patients and remind them that their diet directly impacts overall health. Read below for author Kim Shapira’s (MS, RD) six key points from her book “This Is What You’re Hungry For” on ways to suggest implementing daily habits towards a healthy lifestyle.
“Health and well-being start with knowing where your patients’ minds are and accepting the moment they are in, even the uncomfortable ones. Then the transformation can begin.”
Being short-staffed not only hurts the practice but can also lead to a lack of communication and medication errors which puts the health of patients at risk. It's important to balance the incorporation of technology to help alleviate staffing struggles while allowing more detailed focus on the care of patients.
Seeking ways to enhance your practices' patient engagement, while supporting their desire for a positive healthcare experience? In this article, you will discover new strategies on how to bridge the gap between patient and doctor communication while increasing the overall trust while under your care.
“Patient satisfaction is closely intertwined with the comprehension of their care after leaving the hospital. By fostering active patient participation, seamless information exchange, and improved communication between patients and health care providers, patient engagement tools enhance the patient experience and improve health outcomes.”
Drug experimentation in teens continues to be an outstanding issue. It’s imperative that parents, coaches, mentors, and doctors are prepared to have these tough conversations with the teens in their care, as well as provide them with safe alternatives.
“Some teens may be motivated to experiment with ‘performance-enhancing’ drugs such as steroids. Instead, teens should focus on utilizing a holistic approach to improve their athletic performance and overall well-being. Encouraging a healthy diet, adequate sleep, and maintaining a consistent healthcare plan are crucial in supporting teenagers' physical and mental development. Parents, coaches, and pediatricians should work together to provide guidance and support in implementing these lifestyle choices."
Health and food safety for families is a priority; however, it can be challenging to navigate with the increased risk of genetically modified organisms (GMO) present. Read this article to gain some more clarity on what to look out for, and ways you can continue to provide tasty and nutritious meals for your family while minimizing exposure to these chemicals.
“Research shows that the novel genes introduced into GMO crops pose no unique hazards to human health, according to the clinical report, "Use of Genetically Modified Organism (GMO)-Containing Food Products in Children." However, the AAP says evaluation is needed to examine the potential health hazards of the herbicides used in production of GMO foods.”
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) analyzes the use of genetically modified organism (GMO)-based foods and their effect on children's health in a new clinical report. In the report, the AAP u...