Realistic Fitness

Realistic Fitness

Paul and Ian discuss all things health and fitness from a practical perspective.... Show More

Dr. Saranga is a board-certified psychiatrist who specializes in children and adolescents. The vaping epidemic is a huge problem in the US and certainly with the younger population. There are currently 3.6 million teens reportedly using vaping devices. Paul and Ian discuss why it is so addicting and what parents can do to help their kids stop. What does nicotine do to your brain? What is the underlying cause of addiction? What the hell does EVALI stand for? The answer to these questions and more are in this episode of the Realistic Fitness podcast.

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Websites:

https://www.orthocorept.com/ https://94hjy.iheart.com/ https://www.sarangapsychiatry.com/vinay-saranga-md/

Twitter Handles:

https://twitter.com/ManningGolfPT https://twitter.com/sarangapsych

Instagram Handles:

https://www.instagram.com/realisticfitnesspodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/imanningpt/ https://www.instagram.com/sarangapsychiatry/

YouTube Channel:

Ian - https://www.youtube.com/user/Manninggolfpt/videos?view_as=subscriber Saranga - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqSlkXm4eqHH4gSJ2bW9gLg

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