This week we have a special episode that takes listeners to the city where I reside. It’s the city I called home for nine months; Portland Oregon was my home. In this episode, we talk to someone who spent 12 days in Italy and they wanted to share their story with us. So without further ado, I present to you Coronavirus, the disease that has taken the life of a family in the world.
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I’m your host, Dan Trowbridge the co-founder of a successful online publication, You Bet. You know Dan, he is a busy father whose heart is filled with love and deep care for you. I had the pleasure of interviewing Dan on a few occasions, sharing what drives him every day. I hope that I can help you to understand this passion the same way Dan has to the best of my knowledge. For more information about Dan contact him here.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Dan on a couple of occasions. Today was one of them.
Coronavirus The Best Advice You Can Tell Yourself and Your Kids. The best advice I’ve gleaned from all of the conversations that I’ve had with my wife and kids… they’ve taken the word of most health experts to mean something different than it does when it comes to the disease that has been officially named as the new Coronavirus(COVID-19).
My wife, and the wife of another well-respected doctor, are here to share some valuable information. Dr. Gaby has been taking a video game series with her daughter. She does not play it while sitting on the couch watching TV. Instead, she plays it while with her husband, who is very supportive.
This week, Dan Trowbridge gives us advice about how to avoid getting coronavirus-related illnesses. New blog: A New Jersey doctor tells us how Coronavirus has changed how we think about the disease, and it’s not what we think. Old blog: If I had the choice Dr. Gaby and her daughter would probably sit in my lap, but I do not have the luxury of waiting on someone in my medical field to walk through the room.
Dr. Dan Trowbridge was one of the first doctors to recognize that COVID-19 (coronavirus) is not just a new germ, But an evolving threat that is impacting healthcare worldwide in a very major way. We are only beginning to understand how we may be infecting each other or our children, and it could change the direction of global health in the future.
I have been a practicing dermatologist for over thirty years now.