Ask the Doc! Flattening The Curve

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BKP asks Dr. William Whaley and Dr. Steven Marlow their prediction on this virus. They mentioned how you can slightly see with the prosecutions put out how the curve is flattening. It is very important, they state, that we continue doing those thing, such as sanitizing our hands, wearing masks and social distancing to continue with this curve flattening.

 

Sponsored by North Georgia Cancer Research Specialists, affiliated with Northside Hospital, you can follow more on Ask the Doc! through the dedicated playlist on FYNTV’s Youtube channel and check out a wider variety of shows there as well.

Ask the Doc! Asymptomatic Transmitting

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Ask The Doc! Recovery Process Of Covid-19

This week’s episode of Ask the Doc! has Dr. William Whaley and Dr. Steven Marlow dive into the COVID-19 virus with BKP. They discuss about how a person can have no symptoms and still be a carrier. They also answer the questions on if being a diabetic can make you more open to get this disease and if it matters if you have a preexisting health issue or not?

Sponsored by North Georgia Cancer Research Specialists, affiliated with Northside Hospital, you can follow more on Ask the Doc! through the dedicated playlist on FYNTV’s Youtube channel and check out a wider variety of shows there as well.

Ask The Doc! COVID Infections and Testing with Special Guest

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Special guests Dr. Steven Marlowe, infectious disease specialist, returns to FYNTV’s, Ask the Doc! segment with Dr. William Whaley and talks about testing, infections, the curve, and new details on the virus status.

Sponsored by North Georgia Cancer Research Specialists, affiliated with Northside Hospital, you can follow more on Ask the Doc! through the dedicated playlist on FYNTV’s Youtube channel and check out a wider variety of shows there as well.

 

 

Ask the Doc! Corona Virus and our special guest

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Doctor Steven Marlowe joins Doctor William Whaley to discuss all things Corona Virus. They compare COVID-19 to the Flu and answer the question, Are we overreacting?

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