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Dr. M’s Women and Children First Podcast #17 – Dr. Larry Rosen – Children and a Pandemic

This week, I sit down with Integrative Pediatrician Dr. Larry Rosen as we dive into the world of children post Covid. What is happening to them and what do we need to do to right the ship? Dr. Rosen is the founder of the Whole Child Center in New Jersey. He is the co-author of “Treatment Alternatives for Children,” an evidence-informed guide for parents interested in natural solutions for common childhood ailments.
He graduated from New York Medical College and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He then completed his residency and chief residency in pediatrics at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. Additionally, he is a founding member and former Chair of the AAP Section on Integrative Medicine, and he received the AAP’s Pioneer in Integrative Medicine award in 2015.
He serves as Senior Advisor and Chair of the Health Advisory Board for WholeHealthED, a nonprofit devoted to bringing whole health learning to U.S. schools.
Larry is an exceptional human, a thoughtful person and finally a teacher and leader in the healing space of children nationally.
I hope that you enjoy my conversation with Dr. Larry Rosen,
Dr. M

Dr. M’s SPA Newsletter Audiocast Volume 11 Issue 51 and Volume 12 Issue 1, Covid Updates 50 and 51

Coronavirus Updates #50 and 51 – Listen to the latest data driven perspectives on the pandemic and soon to be endemic COVID world. Omicron, vaccines, boosters, prevention and what is happening now are covered. For the written versions please visit: https://www.salisburypediatrics.com/patient-education/dr-magryta-s-newsletter

Dr. M’s SPA Newsletter Audiocast Volume 11 Issues 39 and 41, Covid Updates 44 and 45

Coronavirus Updates #44 and 45 – Listen to the latest data driven perspectives on the pandemic. Vaccine boosters, MIS and what is happening now are covered. For the written versions please visit: https://www.salisburypediatrics.com/patient-education/dr-magryta-s-newsletter

 

Best,

Dr. M

The Most Important Question in Pediatrics (Archived Pedcast)

 The other day I was doing a thought experiment, you know the way Albert Einstein did when he imagined what the world would look like if he were moving at the speed of light. These mind experiments are really fun if you have never tried them. My experiment certainly was not on the level of Dr. Einstein’s, but it was interesting to me nonetheless. I was thinking what would it be like if I were dropped off in some isolated, rural part of the world where there was a febrile, really sick child, and I was responsible for their health. An enormous challenge without all the modern diagnostic tools I usually have, but even more so since I could only ask the patient’s family one question. What would that question be? Continue reading