Call The Doctor
Call the Doctor is a health care series broadcast by WVIA-TV serving a regional audience of hundreds of thousands in 22 counties throughout northeastern and central Pennsylvania. The show features a panel of top medical and health care professionals informing viewers about important and relevant health issues.Visit Call The Doctor Website
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Prostate cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in men
Over the last 15 years, autism among children has risen at an alarming rate.
When caught early, colorectal cancer can be highly treatable.
Each year, more than 140,000 Americans die from strokes.
One out of every three deaths in America is caused by heart disease
Recognizing the symptoms can lead to a possible cure.
Learn what good health can do for you.
Depression...it’s a major problem in America...and an even greater challenge in our region
Hear Barb Landon's Story of how her life has been touched by Addiction
Hear Betty Moreken's Story of how her life has been touched by Addiction.
Hear Nikki Zazzera's Story of how his life has been touched by Addiction
Hear Sandy Vieczorek's Story of how her life has been touched by Addiction.
Hear Kate Spencer's story of how her life has been touched by mental illness
Hear Kerry Bentler's story of how her life has been touched by mental illness
Hear Owen Dougherty's story of how his life has been touched by mental illness
Clay Jacobs of the Alzheimer's Association discusses the association's status
Precision Medicine: It's About You - Preview
Diabetes: The Silent Killer - Preview
Does Your Child Have Autism? - Preview
Prostate Cancer: What Every Man Should Know - Preview
Colorectal cancer is one of the top four cancers diagnosed throughout our region
When is the Right Time for Joint Replacement?
Airs Wednesday, February 8th at 7p on WVIA-TV
Airs Wednesday, February 15th at 7p on WVIA-TV
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