As of September, Fox News Channel added a new live broadcast addressing various health issues. The host of the show is Dr. David Samadi, Chairman of Urology and Cheif of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. Dr. Samadi’s new show, called “Sunday Housecall”, will air live on Sundays at 12:30 PM ET. Viewers will also be available to stream the show on YouTube Live, Facebook, or DrSamadiTV.com.
During the show, Dr. Samadi will be addressing health topics such as exercise, food and diet, common diseases, prostate health, sexual health, and other popular subjects. Since the show will be broadcasting live, viewers will be able to call in during the show to have some of their questions answered by Dr. Samadi himself or a health specialist. Guests, such as health specialists who have peer reviewed medical products, authors of books on health topics, or other experts in health and wellness, will be welcome on the show.
Regular viewers of Fox News Channel may recognize Dr. Samadi. He often contributes to the Fox News Health segment. One of the topics he recently addressed on the health segment is how adding plant protein to your diet can reduce the risk of death even if you don’t change other unhealthy lifestyle choices. Dr. Samadi encourages people to add more grains, vegetables, and other plants to their diet.
More About Dr. David Samadi
Dr. Samadi was born in Iran and fled the country with his brother due to the devastation of the Iranian Revolution. When Dr. Samadi applied for college, he received many scholarships for his major attempts to succeed after fleeing Iran. He earned his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Stony Brook University and continued at the Stony Brook School of Medicine to earn his medical degree. He graduated from medical school in 1994 and completed his residency at Montefiore Medical Center.
Dr. Samadi is well known for his tremendous success in urology. He earned the reputation of being one of the best cancer treatment specialists in the area. His specialties include treating bladder, kidney, and prostate cancer. He has helped many of his patients by finding innovative ways to treat their cancer. He hopes to bring global awareness to prostate cancer, the second leading cause of death in men.