Dr. Eugene Shatz, MD Photo: DeVos Childrens' Hospital
David Moore February 8, 2013 | WGVU
Today’s teenagers face a lot of challenges:
Peer pressure, bullying, getting along with parents.But perhaps among the greatest is finding
someone to confide in, without fear of being judged.
A Grand Rapids pediatrician is trying to be
that “someone” with his young patients.Dr.
Eugene Shatz, MD, is a specialist in adolescent medicine at Spectrum’s DeVos Childrens’
Today on WGVU Midday West Michigan, he tells our David Moore his goal
with teen “reality check-ups”is to help young people get out
in front of issues they may be secretly struggling with.
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