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Jeri A. Dyson, MD : An Apple a Day Keeps the Drama Away

An Apple a Day Keeps the Drama Away

Jeri A. Dyson, MD

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  • RELIGION - Christian Ministry Youth

  • FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - Life Stages Adolescence

  • JUVENILE NONFICTION - Social Issues Dating & Sex

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    Book Summary

    • Are you a drama magnet?

    • Does it seem like each time you turn around you find yourself in the center of foolishness?

    • Everyone experiences drama in his or her life right?



    Wrong… Your life doesn’t have to be filled with drama. There is a way to have an exciting life without all the drama. In this book you will find daily words of wisdom for teens and young adults regarding sex & dating, dealing with haters and uncovering your life’s purpose. You will discover ways to sniff out and avoid “the drama” before it gets to you. For young people, parents of teens, mentors and teachers this book will show you how to get back on and stay on track. 

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    JERI A. DYSON, M.D. is a Johns Hopkins trained adolescent physician recognized nationally and internationally for her work in HIV/AIDS elimination among youth. She is the resident medical panelist for Black Entertainment Television’s Rap-It-Up HIV/AIDS Campaign and host of Dr. Jeri Speaks, a popular weekly internet radio show for teens and parents. One of the most respected adolescent medicine physicians in her field, Dr. Dyson’s expertise in dealing with “the difficult adolescent” makes her one of the most sought out physicians and presenters in her specialty.


    Dr. Dyson is the creator of GET IN THE KNOW© lecture series and Prescriptions for Success© both designed to help adolescents and young adults navigate the challenging transitions of adolescence.


    Her education includes a B.S. from Xavier University of Louisiana, an M.D. degree from Meharry Medical College and medical clerkships at Wayne State University and The Johns Hopkins Hospital. She also completed a fellowship in Sexually Transmitted Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. She currently resides in the Washington, DC area.

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