Podcast   |  May 13, 2020

Our New Normal: Creating a Lifestyle that Helps People Work on Building Healthy Immune Systems

Presenters: Richard Silberstein, SIG & Dr. William S. Queale, MD, Johns Hopkins

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Hopkins functional medicine doctor, Dr. William S. Queale, MD takes on tough questions in a short 27-minute interview putting emphasis on the importance of focusing on creating a strong immune system as a way to modify our lifestyle to achieve optimum health. The actionable tips he shares are simple enough to reset your health and wellness in the current environment, and for the future. Dr. Bill Queale, takes an evidence-based approach to his medicine practice and shares that this isn’t going to be the only pandemic we experience – so we need to work on building our immune systems. Listen to hear how.

 

Dr. William S. Queale, MD

John Hopkins

Dr. Queale received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in 1988 and his Master of Science degree in Exercise Science in 1990, both from the University of Delaware. During graduate school he was an instructor in the Department of Physical Therapy as it transitioned to a graduate degree program. Dr. Queale went on to receive his Doctorate of Medicine from the Johns Hopkins University in 1995 and completed a Residency in Internal Medicine at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1998. During the past several years, Dr. Queale has served as a healthcare consultant to numerous healthcare organizations. Dr. Queale continues to practice as a primary care physician in his private practice in Baltimore, MD.

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