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Dr. Marc Siegel

Fox News Medical Correspondent, Author and Columnist

Dr. Marc Siegel, a practicing internist, joined FOX News as a contributor in 2008. In addition to his role at FNC, Dr. Siegel serves as an associate professor of medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center and as the Medical Director of Doctor Radio with NYU Langone and SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Dr. Siegel has authored, “False…

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Dr. Marc Siegel, a practicing internist, joined FOX News as a contributor in 2008. In addition to his role at FNC, Dr. Siegel serves as an associate professor of medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center and as the Medical Director of Doctor Radio with NYU Langone and SiriusXM Satellite Radio.

Dr. Siegel has authored, “False Alarm: the Truth about the Epidemic of Fear,” “Bird Flu: Everything You Need to Know about the Next Pandemic,” and “Swine Flu: the New Pandemic,” which was profiled by Publishers Weekly. He has also written columns that have appeared in The Los Angeles Times and The New York Daily News.

He graduated from SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences and completed his residency training at the New York University Medical Center.

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    A Conversation With Dr. Marc Siegel

    Bird Flu
    Seeing bird flu and pandemic preparation in perspective in terms of real risks and appropriate responses

    Fear
    Fear in perspective – fear as a warning system, fear as an overreaction – looking at the psychological, physiologic, and neurologic aspects of fear

    Doctors Roles
    Examination of doctoring and how it has evolved amid shrinking fees and expanding technologies. I examine core doctor identities

    Medical Journalism
    An overview of medical journalism and the health oriented oped.

    The Inner Pulse
    Unlocking the Secret Code of Sickness and Health
    (Based on his 2011 book release by the same name)
    Dr. Siegel takes us into the heart of illness and healing through the inner pulse – the nexus of body, mind, and spirit that indicates the state of our health. He shares the riveting life-and-death stories of patients he has worked with over the years, as leading physician, and helps us understand why the inner pulse matters so much. One hospital patient who seems to be well on the way to recovery takes a sudden and drastic turn for the worse and dies unexpectedly. Another patient, thought to be only days or hours from death, bounces back seemingly miraculously to vigorous health. Many doctors believe that these dramatic turns of events are so far from the norm that we can’t learn anything from them. In The Inner Pulse, Dr. Siegel asserts that these fascinating stories may revolutionize our understanding of illness, health, and healing. Though the inner pulse is an internal radar that cannot be measured in precise, scientific terms, Dr. Siegel reveals how you and your doctor can learn how to recognize it, understand what it is telling you about your physical health, and, in some cases, even influence it to promote healing and wellness. He explores the many ways in which the inner pulse reveals itself and confirms that your basic intuitions about your health may well be accurate and helps you use this self-awareness not only to gauge your own well-being but also to evaluate your physician’s treatment decisions and help forge your path to recovery.

    Any doctor will tell you that one of the most important factors in recovering from an illness is a patient’s will to survive-the refusal to give up and the ability to keep fighting for life and health. What Dr. Siegel makes abundantly clear is the strong connection between the will to survive and a patient’s strong connection to the inner pulse. Informed by the candid and moving account of Dr. Siegel’s own story, The Inner Pulse digs deep to reveal crucial, untold mysteries.

    False Alarm: The Truth About The Epidemic Of Fear
    We dined meatless during the mad-cow scare and pleaded for Cipro to combat anthrax. We’ve spent summers worrying about SARS and West Nile, falls fearing the flu and winters worrying about the latest “bug de jour.” Hardly a month goes by without an orange alert lurking in the background, and in lieu of the recent London attacks, it’s safe to say we’ve all wondered, “Are We Next?”

    Threats are constant, yet the exaggerated warning we heed are rarely as dangerous as we all fear. The problem? All of the pre-trauma stress and anxiety, as opposed to the actual occurrences themselves, are causing massive health problems among Americans, from strokes to panic attacks to heart disease.

    In his program, Dr. Siegel explores our current culture of fear and the true harm all these false alarms are causing. He shows us how to put fears in proper perspective and provides healthier ways to deal with them. Although we are living in the safest times in history, our health is suffering by constantly stressing over our safety.

    “Fact or Fiction”
    Looking for something a bit different for a luncheon keynote or after dinner message? “Fact or Fiction” is a weekly column Dr. Siegel writes for the NY Daily News, where he covers the medical accuracy of medical TV shows, movies, and novels. This entertaining and informative keynote is based on this column and is sure to provide fun and fact at the same time.

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