Charlotte Scott, MS, CRNP, is a Family Nurse Practitioner with a specialty in Women’s Health and a strong skillset in comprehensive patient care and coordination. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the Columbia University School of Nursing and continued on at the same university to achieve her Masters as a Family Nurse Practitioner with a Women’s Health Subspecialty degree. 

Charlotte is excited to join the team at Rittenhouse Women's Wellness Center where she looks forward to fostering the relationship between primary care, women's health and patient health advocacy. She believes that healthcare and wellness should be integrative and interdisciplinary and looks forward to helping her patients shape their healthcare goals.

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Eating Disorder's During Summer Months
By: Beth Auguste, M S RDN CSOWM
The summer months are filled with social events. From barbecues to pool parties to beach hangs, the dress code often includes shorts, tank tops, bathing suits, or dresses. It makes sense that this is a time when body image anxiety can arise. For anyone who has experienced eating disordered thoughts or a negative self image, the idea of putting on a bathing suit or other summer outfit can be understandably frightening. It can be easy to slip into negative self talk and restrictive eating.

If you find yourself feeling triggered by this season, try to use one of these tools:

Keep a positivity journal:
  • Each day, write down something positive about yourself.
  • Make a commitment to limiting negative self talk this summer.
Repeat positive affirmations to yourself. Here are some ideas:
  • I am lovable in this body.
  • Every body is a bathing suit body!
  • I accept myself as a beautiful work in progress.

Wear what YOU want. Don’t feel pressure to put on something that makes you feel uncomfortable.

Focus on how the food you are eating is nourishing you. Is it giving you energy? Is it giving you satisfaction?
Staying Cool and Healthy in the Summer Months
By: Monica Duvall, M.D.
For many of us, summer is a wonderful time of year—the days are longer, offering more time to spend with family/friends, our moods improve, there are expanded opportunities for exercise, we go on vacation. At the same time, there are health considerations that we do not face during the rest of the year that can interfere with our enjoyment of these activities, if we’re not being careful.

For starters, there is the threat of sunburn and skin cancer, which most people are now aware of. To recap, you should apply a sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher 30 minutes before you will be out in the sun. Reapply completely every 2 hours or any time spent in the water. Try to avoid being out during the hottest hours of the day, between 10am and 2pm. Seek out the shade and stay covered when possible—hats, umbrellas, and clothing with an SPF factor are your friends!

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