Dr. David Samadi with a Sunday Show on Health

Dr. David Samadi, a urologic surgeon, and contributor to Fox News will be getting his own show of which he will be the host every Sunday.

The show is called Sunday Housecall with Dr. David Samadi, and it will discuss a wide variety of health and fitness topics as well as feature guest experts on the show. The Sunday Housecall with Dr. David Samadi is currently available on the website of DrSamadiTV, as well as via Facebook, Twiter, and YouTube.

The Sunday Housecall show was created in order to educate the public about health issues as well as to provide them with some useful insight on ailments and diseases. The live broadcast will be discussing a wide variety of health issues ranging from serious ones such as cancer to less severe ones such as the common cold.

On the show, Dr. David Samadi will have guest experts on a regular basis, and they will discuss a variety of issues within their respective field of practice and expertise. In each episode of the live broadcast of the Sunday Housecall, viewers will have the change to ask questions in real time which will be answered by Dr. David Samadi and the guest health specialist of the episode.

Dr. David Samadi has been practicing medicine for more than twenty years. He has amassed a great deal of experience in the areas of urologic surgery and urologic oncology. Dr. David Samadi is currently the Chairman of Urology as well as Chief of Robotic Surgery a the medical institution of Lenox Hill which is located in New York City. Dr. David Samadi has received extensive training in the areas of laparoscopic surgery as well in traditional open operation. He is one of the leading experts in the field of robotic prostate surgery. Dr. David Samadi has specialized in kidney cancer, as well as bladder and prostate cancer.

In terms of education, Dr. David Samadi obtained his degree from Stony Brook University n Biochemistry. After that, he also received an M. D. from the university’s School of Medicine. To further his knowledge and training, Dr. David Samadi had a postgraduate training from the renowned Albert Einstein College of Medicine and from the Montefiore Medical Center. Dr. David Samadi has also completed a few fellowships including on at the Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil located in France. As a whole, Dr. David Samadi has performed surgeries in over 45 countries.

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How To Prepare For A Lifeline Screening

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There are a total of five screenings that lifeline will perform for half of the regular price. To get started with life line, you will need to answer a few questions about your medical history, and you are all set for these all important preventative health screenings. Should anything unusual show in your results, your doctor can provide treatment options. Lifeline will supply instructions that you need before the screenings. Follow them as directed. Sometimes clothes have to be removed, so wear something loose fitting and easy to take off. If you were asked to refrain from eating for a while, bring a snack with you for afterwards. Go beyond your regular check ups and take advantage of the valuable information that health screenings provide.

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