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Teresa Fuller, M.D., Pediatrician Interviewed on Take Back Your Health Radio

Posted by Dr. Teresa Fuller on Wed, Aug 27, 2014

 Teresa Fuller M.D., Ph.D, a Washington D.C. holistic pediatrician at National Integrated Health Associates, was recently interviewed by Robin Shirley CHHC, founder of the Take Back Your Health conference and Take Back Your Health blogtalkradio program.  The subject was, "These Unhealthy Habits are Hurting Your Family's Health".

 

In her pediatric practice, Dr. Fuller sees the same 4-5 bad habits over and over again. Parents may mean well, but often are not informed as to the negative health consequences of daily habits. And these habits can add up over time to create health issues. It is not uncommon now to see children with obesity, attention issues, sleep problems, stress-related issues or chronic illnesses like diabetes.

Small Changes Can Make a Big Difference in Health

In this interview Dr. Teresa Fuller talks about small but meaningful changes that can make a real difference in the health of children and adults. As an example, one of the problems she sees is "Skimping on Sleep" and a lack of sleep can affect learning and the immune system. Are you or your kids texting at night? A simple change is to remove all technology from the bedroom as it can be a serious "sleep stealer".

Listen to Dr. Fuller's interview

Dr. Fuller will be speaking at the upcoming Take Back Your Health conference in Washington, D.C. on November 1-2, 2014. 

 

Teresa Fuller MD, PhD, is an integrative pediatrician at National Integrated Health Associates, NIHA, serving Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia.  She is double board-certified in pediatrics and integrative holistic medicine with a doctorate in physiology. Dr. Fuller is in a unique position to positively impact the health of children by identifying  the underlying contributors to disease such as nutrient deficiencies, toxicities, infection and stresses, in order to reverse symptoms and restore your child’s health. Her focus is prevention of chronic illness and obesity in children and young adults, ADHD, asthma and allergies.

Topics: children's health, pediatrics