Marc Siegel

Marc Siegel, M.D., is a professor of medicine and medical director of Doctor Radio at New York University’s Langone Medical Center.

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July 3 2014 1:58 PMA Public Health Crisis at the BorderDetained children must be screened more rigorously for communicable disease.
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Aug. 24 2010 5:49 PMEgg on Their FacesWhat the USDA and the FDA can learn from the recall of 500 million eggs due to salmonella.
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Nov. 2 2009 2:35 PMBlowing the ShotWhat we can learn from the shortage of H1N1 vaccine.
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May 14 2009 3:09 PMWHO and the FluThe problems with the World Health Organization's approach to pandemics like swine flu.
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Sept. 13 2005 12:39 PMDon't Worry, Be HealthyFear is more likely to get you than the avian flu.
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Dec. 20 2012 3:25 PMWill We Ever Know What Was Wrong With Adam Lanza?Even if we do, it won’t help.
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June 17 2010 11:02 AMThe Psychological Toll of the Oil SpillResearch shows how the disaster will damage the mental health of those living in affected areas.
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July 10 2009 9:27 AMCabin FeverTrying to stop the spread of swine flu at summer camp.
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Feb. 7 2006 1:57 PMForget the Chicken and the EggA better way to make flu vaccine.
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