Our specialty focus series continues with Harvard Psychiatrist Dr. Kevin Majeres who gives an inside look at what it’s like to practice psychiatry
Debi Vinnedge, founder of Children of God for Life, talks about the ethics of vaccines and the work that is being done to make sure vaccines are produced without harm to human beings.
Dr. Adam Osenga gives an inside look at what it’s like to be a chiropractor, including what kind of ailments a chiropractor can help with, the various kinds of treatments he provides, and some of the biggest misconceptions people have about the specialty.
Dr. Fernandes explains the latest about what doctors are learning about the way the virus is spread and what we need to do in the coming weeks to make sure the pandemic continues to slow.
Dr. Barbara Golder, who serves as the editor of the official medical journal of the Catholic Medical Association, helps make sense of the constant news and information being published online about the coronavirus.
Dr. George Delgado, MD and aerospace engineer Bill Goyette give an update on how the Monte Carlo COVID-19 prediction model is matching up with current data and what this model can tell us about the best possible decisions for fighting the coronavirus pandemic, including when and how to relax lockdown policies.
Palliative care physician Dr. Margaret Cottle from Vancouver, Canada talks about the rise of the euthanasia movement in Canada through misleading rhetoric and legislation.
Epidemiologist Mark Strand, PhD from North Dakota State University gives an update with the latest data on the coronavirus pandemic.
Oncologists Dr. Felix Rodriguez-Pinero and Dr. Ronald Sobecks talk about how the coronavirus pandemic has affected cancer treatment.
All three cohosts, dermatologist Dr. Tom McGovern, family physician Dr. Andrew Mullally, and OBGYN Dr. Chris Stroud, share their own experiences throughout the coronavirus pandemic.