Ask a Doctor - What Your Doctor Wants You to Know with Dr. Virgie

Ask a Doctor - What Your Doctor Wants You to Know with Dr. Virgie

When you need professional medical information that's a little more reliable than what you can get from an online search, you may want to actually ask a real doctor.

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May 19, 2022 60 min
It's not just a saying - it really does take a village to raise a child. On this week’s episode of “Ask a Doctor with Dr. Virgie”, Dr. Kristin Carothers, licensed clinical psychologist, reveals the best way to get professional support services for a child and his or her caregiver when the family's money and resources are limited. Also, in a special Q&A discussion of 'What Your Medical Debt Doctor Wants You to Know&#...
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On this week’s episode of “Ask a Doctor with Dr. Virgie”, Dr. Daniel Laroche, board-certified ophthalmologist and founder of Advanced Eyecare of NY in NYC, reveals expert insider secrets about the only part of the human brain connected to the outside world - our eyes. Dr. Laroche divulges which ethnic groups are especially susceptible to the biggest - and most silent - cause of blindness, and discusses how to protect yourself from...
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On this week’s episode of “Ask a Doctor with Dr. Virgie”, Dr. Kerry Forrestal, board-certified Emergency Medicine physician, reveals the top 10 things ER doctors across the nation want you to know. Also, Dr. Charles Flippen II, UCLA Professor of Neurology and headache management specialist, discusses the 3 critical components to your brain's health. And in this week's segment of 'What Your Medical Debt Doctor Wants You ...
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Healthy skin is not just for good looks - healthy skin is critical for good health. On this week’s episode of “Ask a Doctor with Dr. Virgie”, Dr. Dina Strachan, board-certified dermatologist and owner of Aglow Dermatology in NYC reveals expert insider secrets about the largest organ of the human body - our skin. Dr. Strachan divulges the most important thing to do as soon as you notice hair loss, why dry skin increases your risk of...
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When you get a cancer diagnosis, you need to prepare for the financial impact on your health. On this week’s episode of “Ask a Doctor with Dr. Virgie”, we have a special hour-long segment of “What Your Medical Debt Doctor Wants You to Know”. Joining us to talk about how to protect yourself from cancer care financial devastation is Dr. Kerry Forrestal, a board-certified Emergency Medicine physician and the author of CRUSHING CANCER...
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Understanding our own mental health and living better is on everyone’s mind these days. Joining us to talk about how we can create a brighter future is Dr. Armin Hoes, who is a board certified psychiatrist and helps his patients through a unique blend of psychotherapy and wellness coaching. On this week's segment of “What Your Medical Debt Doctor Wants You to Know” I chat with Jerry Ashton, who is the co-founder of “RIP Medical...
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