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Podcast: Should You Be Worried About Fatty Liver Disease?
The disease may lead to a liver transplant, but can also be reversed with healthy lifestyle choices.
Podcast: Two Year COVID-19 Update with Dr. John Zurlo
Dr. Zurlo, infectious disease specialist, says high vaccination rates and immunity levels are a good sign for the future and reflects on the past two years of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Podcast: What You Need to Know About the National Blood Crisis
A shortage of blood products has impacted health systems nationally. Find out what that means for you and what you can do to help.
Podcast: Weight Management Tips and the Truth About Bariatric Surgery
Setting yourself up for success and being mindful can help you to maintain a healthy weight year round.
Podcast: COVID Update- Omicron variant, Antibody Therapies, and At-Home Testing
Chief of Infectious Diseases reminds public to avoid Emergency Rooms for testing, at-home tests are sufficient
Podcast: Managing Stress Around Coming Out for Members of the LGBTQ+ Community
A healthy diet can help to support a good mental state and alleviate stress.
Podcast: How to Safely Gather This Holiday Season
Evaluating your personal risk for COVID and layering safety measures can help keep you and your family safe.
Podcast: Helping Children Navigate Grief During the Holidays
Learn how to implement family activities to honor your lost loved one and the three Cs when coping with grief.
Podcast: Taking Care Of Your Health This Fall– From Breast Self-Exam and Women’s Health to The Latest on COVID Immunity
Plus, a fall treat recommended all year round and myth busting midwifery.
Podcast: COVID Update and A Look into the Future
Dr. John Zurlo, chair of the Jefferson COVID-19 Task Force offers the latest on emerging variants, return to school, booster shots and more.
Podcast: Living with Long COVID and New Hopes for Treatment
After a mild case of COVID, the lasting effects are proving to be severe for three Philadelphia women. Alternative medicine is offering hope.