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Doctor Benjamin Lamb

Flu Season Check-In

September 12, 2022

So you think you have the flu. Or is it COVID? Dr. Benjamin Lamb, discusses the difference and what to do if you have symptoms/

Merrit Huber, M.D.

How to Lower Your A1C

July 26, 2022

Dr. Merritt Huber talks about why healthy A1C levels are critical, what happens when levels are too high, and how to keep A1C down.

Erika Blank, M.D.

Reversing Chronic Disease

July 18, 2022

In this episode, Dr. Erika Blank, an MUSC Health physician, talks about how evidence-based, lifestyle medicine is changing the lives of MUSC Health patients.

Henry Lemon, M.D.

Well-Child Visits FAQs

June 22, 2022

Dr. Henry M. Lemon discusses routine wellness visits & why it’s important to schedule one for your child before they head back to school.

Ryan Barnes, M.D.

Heat Exhaustion FAQ

June 22, 2022

Dr. Ryan Barnes is here to answer a few frequently asked questions on heat stroke & heat exhaustion.

Nicholas Shungu, M.D.

Men's Health Month

May 27, 2022

June is Men’s Health Month, and Dr. Nicholas Shungu is here to answer a few frequently asked questions and offer tips for men's health.

Camille Filoromo, BSN, M.E.d., Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC

Nursing Care Close to Home

May 04, 2022

Camille Filoromo, CNO at MUSC Health’s Lancaster & Chester hospitals, talks about MUSC's nurses & how patients benefit from receiving nursing close to home.

Eric Matheson, M.D., MSCR

Skin Cancer Awareness Month

April 26, 2022

More than five million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed each year making skin cancer the most commonly occurring cancer in the United States.

Sean Haley, M.D., MPH

World Immunization Week

April 06, 2022

Dr. Sean Haley recognizes World Immunization Week (April 24-30) by discussing vaccines & sharing an immunization timeline.

A doctor holding a purple ribbon to signify testicular cancer awareness.

Testicular Cancer Awareness

March 23, 2022

Urological surgeon Dr. Gregory Diorio wants you to know that when it comes to getting screened for testicular cancer, there’s nothing to be ashamed of.

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