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If your teen is college-bound ? tune into FB Live with The Dorm Doctor on August 6!

What do you and your college student need to know in order to make college an awesome experience? Please join us Monday, August 6th at 7:30PM on VIDA Integrative Medicine’s Facebook page for our ongoing broadcast of the Facebook Live Monday Night Mythbusters with Dr. G and Leslie- where we discuss common health concerns and debunk myths, bringing clarity to the confusion.

Monday’s topic will be: “What You Need to Know Before You Send Your Child off to College”. We’ll be discussing the most important takeaways from my book, “The Dorm Doctor”- the College Health Handbook”.

You’ll learn:
• How to combat anxiety, sleep difficulties, depression, weight gain and excessive alcohol consumption
• Why kids should eat fat, take naps and not go to the clinic- at first anyway
• What the leading cause of declining academic performance is- and how to avoid it
• and much more!

PLUS all those who tune in will receive a free download of Ch. 1 from “The Dorm Doctor:”

Don’t have Facebook? Click here to watch our last broadcast “Eating the Frog ?”: Why Your Morning Ritual Affects Your Whole Day” on YouTube. Or, click here to go to the VIDA Integrative Medicine channel on YouTube to watch any or all of our past FaceBook Live broadcasts.

If you have any topics you’d like us to cover in our Mythbusters series, please send us an email (admnvida@gmail.com) and let us know!

Best in health,
Carolyn George, MD

PS: Here’s the link to “Like” my page and listen to the broadcast. Thank you for sharing this with YOUR family, friends and social media communities: https://www.facebook.com/VidaIntegrativeMed/

Carolyn S. George, MD, the founder and owner of VIDA Integrative Medicine, is dedicated to providing personalized healthcare by identifying and addressing the root causes of illness through an approach called Functional and Integrative Medicine. Her functional medical approach helps her find answers so she can treat the root cause of disease instead of just treating the symptoms. She works closely with her patients to explore their health and identify areas of improvement with both traditional medicine as well as nutritional support to maximize their health and well being. Dr. George is board certified in Urgent Care Medicine (ABUCM) receiving her undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Manitoba. She received her post-graduate training in Toronto at St. Mary’s Hospital and has practiced in both the United States and Canada. Dr. George has spent over 25 years working in the area of Emergency and Urgent care medicine where she observed the long-term consequences of poor lifestyle choices, oversight in management, inadequate patient education and difficult to treat conditions. She realized that her expertise and passion could make a real impact on her patient’s health before irreversible damage has occurred. Since then she has focused exclusively on applying a whole system approach of functional and integrative medicine to her practice. Dr. George believes strongly that patients make better choices about their health when they understand all the relevant factors that lead to their disease.
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