NorthShore University HealthSystem Chats NorthShore Physician Chats.Copyright 2016 NorthShore University HealthSystemTalking About Your Sexual Health with Jeffrey Albaugh<p>As we grow older, we notice that our bodies work in different ways, and these changes can be confusing for people of all ages. Many are uncomfortable talking about their sexual health, but doing so can provide you with answers to common issues that may be affecting your lifestyle, and may reveal more serious issues.&nbsp; If you’re in need of guidance, join <a title="Jeffrey Albaugh, PhD, APRN, CUCNS " href="/link/59861286a7d5450caea4f90376869652.aspx" target="_top">Jeffrey Albaugh, PhD, APRN, CUCNS</a>, Director of NorthShore’s <a title="Clinic for Sexual Health" href="/link/8bd6ca4948ae471c87e7e46c1ca364e6.aspx" target="_top">William D. and Pamela Hutul Ross Clinic for Sexual Health</a>. He will be answering questions on common sexual health issues, including dysfunction, changes in arousal, pain and dealing with sexual health issues after medical treatment.</p> <p><img alt="" src="/link/b3f57b65411840c3b76aa9531e98054c.aspx" height="480" width="720" /></p>, November 08, 2016Act Fast: Early Intervention and Treatment for Concussions with Dr. Nicole Reams<p>For student athletes, the school year represents the peak sports seasons when they are most at risk for concussions. If you’re a parent, a coach or an athlete yourself, recognizing the signs of a potential concussion are incredibly important, as is knowing the steps that are taken afterwards to diagnose and treat the condition. Join <a title="Nicole Reams, MD" href="" target="_top">Dr. Nicole Reams</a>, Sports Neurologist within NorthShore’s <a title="Neurological Institute" href="/link/4754ae63739c4738bce8cfe288f1e6b1.aspx" target="_top">Neurological Institute</a> as she takes questions on the symptoms of a concussion, and provides expertise on the latest early intervention techniques for accurately diagnosing and treating the damage.</p> <p><img alt="" src="/link/e73876f2ba204f4784fcf604883ab386.aspx" height="480" width="720" /></p>, December 08, 2016How Can I Help? Talking to Kids about Bullying and Their Emotions with Dr. Benjamin Shain<p>Parents can’t be with their children every second of the day, and it’s hard not to worry about how they’re getting along with others at school and online. 1 in 4 kids experience bullying, and it effects everything; social life, self-esteem, school work and emotions. For some, this includes the risk of suicide. What can parents do? If you’re in need of some guidance, join <a title="Dr. Benjamin Shain" href="" target="_top">Dr. Benjamin Shain</a>, Division Head of <a title="Child and Adolescent Psychiatry" href="/link/68a5e7ed316841b09f443a72b0bb6128.aspx" target="_top">Child and Adolescent Psychiatry</a> at NorthShore, for a chat on talking to your children about bullying and its effects. He’ll provide insight on the signs, what you can do to help, addressing teen suicide and what resources you can use to get your child the best help possible.</p> <p><img alt="" src="/link/efc04dc8ca75432aa25be782a0da82e9.aspx" height="480" width="720" /></p>, October 21, 2016