In this Episode of The Health View, host Yvonne Dunetz, MSW, discusses with Sonia Biddle, Master Esthetician, what an Esthetician is, their training, what they do, how they assess your skin, how soon to start a skincare routine, what a facial is, exfoliation, chemical peels, enzyme peels, breaking down dead skin, how to take care of your skin from adolescence through aging of the skin, different skin types, products, cleansing, hydration, treatments that focus on the face and neck, as the seasons change what you can do to help your skin thrive, the importance of having a daily skincare routine day and night that includes: cleanse, treat, moisturize, wear vitamin C sirum, sunscreen and how to wear makeup as an extension of your skincare and more.
In this Episode of The Health View host Yvonne Dunetz, MSW, discusses with Dr. Benjamin Garber what parents can do to enjoy the short summer months and ways to prepare their children for a better school year. Learn about: Transitions, some type of continuous learning over the summer, strategies and what you can do at home to support your child, the importance of communication, family meetings, routines, family fun, family vacations, Mom time, Dad time, end of summer traditions, beginning of school year traditions, and more.
In this Episode of The Health View, Dr. Christopher Couture, Specialist in Sports Medicine discusses with host Yvonne Dunetz, MSW, about how to recognize head injuries, the variety of ways that concussion symptoms present, being aware of changes in neurological status, treatment, prevention and the importance of good communication between parent and child, physician, coach, teacher and parent, and physician, parent and school. The importance of exercise, setting a foundation for strength and fitness, and more.
In this Episode of The Health View host Yvonne Dunetz, MSW discusses with guests Bobbie Bagley, Director of the Division of Public Health and Theresa Calope Public Health Nurse about Childhood Immunizations Facts and Fallicies. You will learn how to: prepare for your child’s health care needs, immunization requirements for day care, childcare, and school, the importance of having vaccine records, where to go to receive vaccinations, prevention and avoidance of Chicken Pox, Measles, German Measles, Whooping Cough, Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis), Polio. Symptoms to be aware of and the importance of knowing that immunizations save lives.
In this Episode of The Health View host Yvonne Dunetz, MSW, discusses with guest Sara Duquette, Education Director & Stylist of Cassandra Salon and Spa, creative solutions to hair loss as she demonstrates on model Sandra Katz, CEO, and owner of Cassandra Salon and Spa. You will watch how hair pieces, permanent solutions, bonds, clip ons, tape-ins, extensions, and an interchangeable approach can resolve hair loss issues from disease related hair loss and hereditary thinning. In addition you will learn how hair pieces blend into hair, the importance of getting high quality hair pieces, up keep of color, hair piece maintenance, and the importance of a consultation to determine if you would be a candidate that would benefit from hair pieces.
In this Episode of The Health View host Yvonne Dunetz, MSW, and her Guests, Chris Stawacz, Regional Director of AMR, Karen Scott, EMT, and Roger Chauvette, Paramedic, will discuss the difference between a heart attack and a sudden cardiac arrest. You will learn how to: check for responsiveness, if a person is breathing or not , and then what to do. If the person is not responsive and not breathing you will learn how to provide CPR until first responders arrive as well as where to locate a AED machine and how to use it. The primary goal is to save lives by encouraging bystanders to assist in the chain of survival by recognizing Sudden Cardiac Arrest and providing Compression Only CPR which improves survival from sudden cardiac arrest.
In this Episode of The Health View learn about the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program. A quality resource for safety education designed to help you protect yourself, your family, your neighbors and your neighborhood in an emergency situation. You will learn how to collect disaster intelligence to support first responders, manage utilities and put out small fires, organize yourselves and spontaneous volunteers to be effective, provide basic medical aid, search for and rescue victims safely, treat the three medical killers by opening airways, controlling bleeding, and treating shock, how to set up an emergency family plan and more.
In this Episode of The Health View host Yvonne Dunetz, MSW discusses with Meredith Lockwook, Environmental Specialist and Bobbie Bagley, Director of the Public Health Department, how to recognize different kind of ticks, where ticks can be found, how ticks attach and what to do to get them off and detach, the importance of checking yourself, your children, and your pets, how to prevent tick bites, precautions to take, creating a tick safe zone, signs and symptoms to be aware of as a result of tick bites, Lyme Disease and other Tick-borne diseases, treatments, contacting your Primary Care Provider, the importance of being proactive, resources available and more.
In this Episode of The Health View you will learn what to do to help and keep a person alive until help arrives. Justin Kates, Director of Emergency Management and Emily Martuscello, Civic Leader discuss with host Yvonne Dunetz, MSW what actions you can take at and in an Emergency, the importance of calling 911, what to tell the dispatchers, identifying injuries, hazards, milemarkers, and other information and training available for free to enhance citizens abilities to make a difference.