Making Bold Decisions
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In this week’s episode, I chatted with Dr. Charmaine Gregory about being bold and making bold decisions.  Dr. Gregory, or Dr. G as she is well known, is a wife and mother, an emergency medicine physician, and a serial entrepreneur with a weekly podcast, among many other titles. She also considers herself a burnout thriver.  First, Dr. G talks about her bold decision to move with her family from the United States to Guam. There were many considerations when deciding on the right country to move to and she tells us the story of how they went from making the life-changing decision to li ..read more
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Wellness Revolution
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1y ago
In this week’s episode, I talk with Amber Shaw about the Wellness Revolution and how we can get off the diet roller coaster and move to a more sustainable lifestyle. Amber is a Women’s Weight Loss and Health Coach who has overcome bulimia and frequent restrictive dieting. Now, she helps other women shed the weight and feel confident.  She shares with us tangible steps that we can take when we feel stuck. The first step is to get quiet with ourselves- even if it’s for 5 minutes every day. She also encourages us to connect with our intuition and to trust it. And lastly, to go to therapy.&nb ..read more
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On Being an Advocate
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1y ago
In this week’s episode, I talk with Dr. Meron Herpa and Dr. Richard Bruno about medical advocacy and the need for advocacy coaching.  Dr. Herpa, a public health physician with the Cincinnati Health Department, has a passion for coaching physicians and future physicians to become medical advocates. Beginning with the loss of a loved one, Dr. Herpa shares her journey that led her to become a doctor and eventually, a medical advocate. Dr. Bruno is a well-known medical advocate and he also shares his history of fighting the injustices of the medical system. He even tells us a story of getti ..read more
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Mental Health and Millennials
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2y ago
This episode is part two of a with New York City-based psychiatrist, Dr. Claudine Jones-Bourne about grief, suicide, and how to create a safety plan. She also shares valuable resources for anyone struggling with mental health issues.  Dr. Jones-Bourne starts by reminding us that our head is real and the psychiatric problems we may face are valid. Our mental health deserves attention just like any other part of our body. She provides us with some key statistics on suicides. In 2019, suicide was the 10th leading cause of death in America and it was the 2nd leading cause of death for millen ..read more
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Stages of Grief
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by Dr. Claudine Jones-Bourne
2y ago
Do you know what grief really is? On this episode of the Millennial Health Podcast Dr. Jones-Bourne and I talk about what grief really is and how it can escalate. In this episode you can also learn about the seven stages of grief, and how the pandemic has impacted mental health.  Dr. Jones-Bourne is a New York City-based psychiatrist that works in emergency departments throughout the United States.  Reference: Millennial Health Podcast on Depression Connect with Dr. Jones-Bourne: Website Thank you for listening to the Millennial Health Podcast. Please subscribe to the podcast, shar ..read more
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Health Disparities and COVID-19
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by Dr. Jay-Sheree Allen
2y ago
On this episode, we are joined by Dr. Utibe Essien, Internal Medicine Physician and Health Equity Researcher to discuss COVID-19 updates and health disparities related to this disease. We specifically address how COVID-19 is disproportionately affecting Black Americans. As the economic impact worsens and tensions are rising, we also reinforce some important guidelines for our fellow millennials. If you have questions or comments feel free to reach out on Instagram @MillennialHealthDoc ..read more
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COVID-19 Vaccine
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2y ago
On this episode we are joined by Dr. Jacinda Abdul-Mutakabbir for a discussion on the COVID-19 vaccine. On December 11, 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued the first emergency use authorization (EUA) for a vaccine for the prevention of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in individuals 16 years of age and older.  Dr. Jacinda Abdul-Mutakabbir is currently an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Sa ..read more
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Integrative Medicine
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by Dr. Anna B. Shannahan
2y ago
On this episode of the Millennial Health Podcast, Dr. Anna B. Shannahan lets us know that it is possible to find healing, wellness & joy with Integrative Medicine based on evidence and excellence. She is currently the Associate Director of Education at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Northwestern as well as Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at Northwestern. As an athlete who has completed 12 marathons & 9 triathlons, and figure skating coach who earned a US Figure Skating Association Gold Medal, she is passionate about diet, exercise, and helping oth ..read more
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Top 10 Millennial Health Problems
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by Dr. Jay-Sheree Allen
2y ago
Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) published a report in 2019 on the Health of Millennials Millennials are people born between 1981 and 1996 Data not entire inclusive as it only includes 55 million commercially insured millennials According to this BCBS Health Index Millennials as a group were living at about 95% of their optimal health Which on first glance looks really good but a deeper dive showed that … Older millennials (age 34-36) have higher prevalence rates for nearly all of the top 10 conditions than did Generation X members when they were in the same age range Younger generations fac ..read more
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Becoming Brave Enough
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by Dr. Sasha Shillcutt
2y ago
Do you feel overwhelmed, exhausted, and lacking work-life control? According to our guest, Dr. Sasha Shillcutt, there’s a better way ! She tells us all about it on this episode of the Millennial Health podcast. Dr. Shillcutt is the CEO & Founder of Brave Enough and her passion is empowering and encouraging women to be #braveenough in their professional and personal lives. She is also a tenured and endowed Professor and the Vice Chair of Strategy in the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), a well-published researcher in cardiac anesthesiology an ..read more
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