This week, Dr. Whaley and Dr. Raymond Tidman discuss some questions sent in by viewers. They touch on the long term effects of Cancer and some possible complications of surviving cancer. They also discuss how to know when you’re cured of cancer. Is there anyway to prevent future complications for cancer survivors? The doctors also discuss the current numbers of cancer survivors compared to in the past.
This morning, on Ask The Doc, Dr. William Whaley and Dr. Raymond Tidman discuss Polycythemia. How is it diagnosed? What are the courses of treatment? How Effective is the Jak Pill? They also address a viewer question regarding wanting another scan for their mom after 7 years of Treatment when their doctor suggests they stick with physical exams until something shows up. They also touch on the latest Covid-19 stats since the release of the vaccine. What is the best way to get the Vaccine? All this and more on Ask The Doc!
This morning, the Doctors discuss Gastric Bypass Surgery and its complications. When is this surgery needed? What are its complications? They also answer a question regarding a Sarcoma. Dr. Whaley discusses why you shouldn’t google medical information. They also discuss the latest vaccine news. Who should be receiving the vaccine?
Dr. William Whaley has returned for the new year and is ready to answer your questions about colonoscopies vs the Cologuard test and the other about Myelodysplasia and the Lance Armstrong shot.
The Doctors are back! They Begin by discussing some viewer questions regarding bladder cancer. How are most Bladder Cancer cases diagnosed? What advances in cancer research have been made in 2021? Dr. William Whaley also touches on the many clinical trials happening at Northside Hospital Right Now. How do you get the vaccine? Are there enough? Where do you go? The Doctors are here answering all your burning questions regarding the Covid-19 Vaccine.
Georgia vaccine resources:
DPH Vaccine Locator: https://dph.georgia.gov/locations/covid-vaccination-site
DPH COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline: (888) 357-0169
This morning, The doctors address a comment left on one of the Ask The Doc Segments. What drugs are good for fighting off Covid-19 or do we just wait on a vaccine? The Doctors also address the President and first lady testing positive for Covid-19. What do the Doctors have to say about testing positive with no symptoms? When could he have contracted the virus? How long has he had it? All this and more on Ask The Doc!
This morning, the doctors discuss how colleges are dealing with Covid-19. When a Student tests positive, the colleges continue classes and give the infected student their own quarantined dorm. Is this the approach we should be taking with everything? Should we worry over the numbers? Hear Doctor Whaley and Doctor Tidman’s point of view on this right here on Ask the Doc!
This week, Dr. William Whaley answers the commonly asked questions he gets asked every day regarding Covid-19. Dr. Whaley says how long the virus stays on different surfaces. He also describes the cases that have “No Known Exposure.” Meaning these cases can’t be contact traced back to a specific place or person. Dr. Whaley also discusses how long it takes for every virus cell to leave your body. How much progress has been made on the vaccine and what all has to be done in order for it to be released?
This week, the doctors stress the importance of looking out for your mental health during this time, as well as your overall health. Dr. Whaley touches on the current data calling the numbers “manageable.” They also asses the risks according to your age. They also discuss how Covid works and effects the body and what they know now versus six months ago.
This morning, The doctors discuss the new CDC guidelines regarding testing asymptomatic people. They also touch on the Rapid Covid-19 test that was approved by the FDA. The Rapid test would be sold in store and give results in 15 minutes. This means that it can be used at Schools, in sports, and other events. The doctors also discuss the newest complications doctors have discovered while treating the Covid-19 Virus.
This Week, the doctors discuss the comparison of the Flu and Covid-19 in college students. Which has the worse effect on college and high school students. Dr. William Whaley also makes the comparison of enforcing masks is like states trying to enforce wearing helmets. What percent of the population actually tests positive for Covid-19?
This morning, Dr. William Whaley and Dr. Raymond Tidman discuss the latest updates in Covid-19. The doctors talk about the improvements in treatment. They also share some of the daily recorded data. Dr. Whaley chimes in and stresses the importance of counties and states putting out the cases and the deaths per 100,000 people. Reason being is to assist with getting a clearer picture of whats happening. The doctors also touch on how Covid-19 affects athletes. They say that intense exercise after being infected with the virus can be deadly.
This week, Dr. Whaley and Dr. Tidman discuss the fake news circulating the internet. They start off by talking about the goggles and face shields. Dr. Tidman says that masks are impossible to wear 12 hours a day and that you need to know what kind of mask to wear as well as when and where to use it. Then they move on to the american front line doctors in the video that circulated discussing the use of Hydroxychloroquine as a “Cure” for Covid-19.
This morning, Dr. William Whaley takes a viewer question! They discuss what’s being done correctly and what we, as a whole, should be focusing on. Dr. Whaley touches on why we shouldn’t be concentrating on the death numbers. but instead, the hospitalization numbers. He goes over the data and what it all means. He also explains what a Cytokine Storm is. All this and more on ask the doc!
This week Dr. William Whaley and Dr. Raymond Tidman discuss the effectiveness of masks when worn properly. They talk about which mask should be worn for certain people. Dr. Whaley dives deep into the science behind the virus and why herd immunity might not be possible. They also touch on how they are learning to treat the disease and how, if caught early, the recovery rate is higher.