Dr. Sean McMenomey offers updated information on COVID-19 vaccines and testing. He also reviews the safety measures necessary if you plan to travel during the holiday season.
North Dakota’s top Infectious Disease Expert, Dr. Paul Carson joins Dr. Marc Siegel and discusses the reasons for the recent surge in COVID-19 cases in his State, how the pandemic is impacting Native Americans and medical workers, and what needs to be done to control this dire situation.
Dr. Frank Adams examines the impact the COVID-19 Pandemic has had on transit workers. And, he offers advice on protecting against coronavirus exposure when using mass transit.
Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, and member of President-Elect Biden’s coronavirus advisory team, Dr. Michael Osterholm joins Dr. Marc Siegel and discusses the recent COVID-19 surges in America, testing, vaccine development and distribution, and what we need to do to overcome this pandemic.
Dr. Todd Berland speaks with the lead researcher of a study examining the possible benefits of aspirin in treating severe cases of COVID-19. Learn why this method may work for some patients, but be dangerous for others.
Pulitzer Prize Winning author David M. Oshinsky, (PhD) joins Dr. Mark Pochapin and offers a historical perspective on the coronavirus pandemic comparing COVID-19 to what the country experienced during the Polio pandemic.
Dr. Fred Feit offers analysis of this week’s vaccine announcement, and what we can expect on FDA approvals in the coming weeks. And, he examines the risks those with diabetes face if they contract COVID-19.
Vaccine expert and member of the FDA’s Vaccine Advisory Committee, Dr. Paul Offit, joins Dr. Marc Siegel and explains what you need to know about the Pfizer vaccine, how efficient it is, what data we still need to understand it, and how it will be distributed.
The Founder of the Vaccine Confidence Project joins Dr. Marc Siegel and reviews the history of vaccine hesitancy, the role social media plays in accelerating the fear, and what can be done to promote confidence in vaccines.
Chief of Medical Service, NYC Health and Hospitals/Bellevue, Dr. Douglas Bails joins Dr. Marc Siegel and reviews the steps hospitals are taking to ensure they are able to care for a surge in cases of COVID-19 this winter, as well as keeping patients and staff safe during the pandemic.