Dr. William Whaley answers questions about the improvements we’ve seen with cancer detection and treatment and also if botox can help with migraines.
Dr. William Whaley joins the show to discuss two great topics: fatigue and hearing loss from radiation. Remember to submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and tune in every Friday morning at 8:10 AM.
This week William Whaley answers questions about Tetanus shots and HPV.
Dr. William Whaley addresses a viewer’s concerns over radiation and how it can hurt the thyroid. He also gives helpful tips on dealing with pollen.
Dr. William Whaley is back with his weekly segment answering a viewer’s question about small cell lung cancer and another question about leg tingling and numbness.
Dr. William Whaley joins the show to discuss cancer in the head and neck.
Dr. William Whaley joins the show to discuss melanoma in the eye and diabetes prevention.
Dr. WIlliam Whaley addresses viewers’ questions on lung nodules and random numbess.
Dr. Whaley joins the show to answer one viewer’s questions about adrenal cancer and another viewer’s about feeling numbness.
Dr. William Whaley addresses a follow up question from a viewer about skin cancer and then touches on arthritis.
Dr. William Whaley joins the show to discuss the different types of skin cancer and when Mohs surgery is used. He also touches on hair loss.
Dr. Ray Tidman fills in for Dr. Whaley on this week’s edition of Ask the Doc! Dr. Tidman discusses the best sources for Omega-3 and talks about men’s health.
Dr. William Whaley discusses best practices to help prevent cancer. He also answers a viewer’s question on how to tell if his ankle is sprained or strained.
Dr. William Whaley joins GMFTO to discuss viewers’ questions about lung cancer and what’s safe to ingest during breastfeeding.
Dr. William Whaley answers viewers’ questions about encapsulated cancer and discusses eye floaters.
Dr. William Whaley discusses metaplasia and if it can be a warning sign for future stomach cancer. He also discusses the ringing people hear in their ears.