Time Alone with your Doctor Your Health Minute January 10, 2019 Dee Armstrong, Share this story:FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestTumblrDoctors urged to offer young teens more confidential time with them. In Your Health Minute, New Research from Columbia University reveals only half of teens and young adults have had time alone with their doctor. That’s despite professional guidelines that recommend young people have access to confidential services. The study also found teens who did get private time with a doctor were more positive about regular screenings, vaccinations and counseling. Categories: Ask The Doctor, Dee Armstrong Tags: Columbia University, confidential services., Dee Armstrong WLTZ Facebook Live, Doctor, New Research, private time, professional guidelines, regular screenings, teens and young adults, time alone, vaccinations and counseling.