Ask the Doc! Discussing Survival Rates and Formaldehyde


Dr. William Whaley is back on the show to discuss survival rates and the dangers of Formaldehyde.

Ask the Doc! Discussing Cancer Cells and the Keto Diet


Dr. William Whaley is back to answer more viewers’ questions! This week the questions deal with cancer cells and the keto diet.

Ask the Doc! Discussing Testicular Cancer and Magnesium Supplements


Dr. William Whaley answers questions about Testicular Cancer and Magnesium Supplements.

Ask the Doc! Discussing Melanoma and Colitis


Dr. William Whaley answers viewers’ questions about Melanoma and different forms of colitis.

Ask the Doc! with Dr. William Whaley: Discussing Artificial Sweeteners


Ask the Doc with Dr. William Whaley brought to you by Georgia Cancer Specialists affiliated with Northside Hospital. Dr. William Whaley discusses sweeteners and their affiliation with cancer rates and also discusses healthy poos.

Ask the Doc! Lymphoma and The Epstein-Barr Virus


Dr. Raymond Tidman sits in for Dr. Whaley and answers a couple of viewers’ questions about lymphoma and the Epstein-Barr Virus.

Ask the Doc! Discussing Clinical Trials


Dr. William Whaley joins the show to discuss the benefit of Clinical Trials and the use of steroids in cancer treatment.

Ask the Doc! Discussing Peripheral Neuropathy and Skin Tags


Dr. William Whaley answers questions from his viewers about Peripheral Neuropathy and Skin Tags.

“Ask the Doc!” Hearing Health



This morning Dr. William Whaley is covering more on health during flue season. Also, Dr. Whaley is going to explain hearing, and inner ear health. Some questions our audience wanted to know:

1. Can drinking water with lemon prevent kidney stones?

2. I have been told not to drink city water. What is the best water to drink?

3. Do childhood earaches cause hearing loss later in life?

We want to give a special thank you to Dr. William Whaley and Georgia Cancer Specialists for this segment.

ASK THE DOC 10/13/2017


Dr. William Whaley joins us for our weekly checkup, featuring your questions!

We would like to thank the Georgia Cancer Specialists for sponsoring this segment. I f you have a question for our doc, send it to [email protected] or 706-889-9700.

  1. What causes me to lose my sense of smell?
    1. All sorts of causes… NUMEROUS DISEASES
    2. Also, with age it can deteriorate.
    3. Also, seasonal allergies.
  2. Can a mental illness change personality or behavior?
    1. Personality: No. Personality disorders are serious disorders. The medical community divides it into three categories.
      1. People appear odd or eccentric. Schizotypal
      2. People who are dramatic, emotional, erratic. It’s a disease when its narcissistic.
      3. People that appear anxious and fearful. Avoidant behavior, obsessive compulsive. Or very dependent.
      1. Low Thyroid/High Thyroid makes you lethargic or too hyper.
      2. Too much Testosterone can make you over aggressive.
  3. I’m just getting over a cold and my ears feel plugged up.
    1. The tube that drains the ear is full, caused by a virus, then your can’t equilibrate the pressure.
      1. Nasal sprays can open them up.
    2. The most common occurrence is because of ear wax
      1. The worst thing to do is stick a q-tip in the ear
      2. Go to the pharmacy and get something over the counter that will melt the wax.
    3. If you go onto an airplane after having that sort of cold you can rupture ear drum on the way down from altitude.
      1. It can lead to a lifetime of dizziness with zero cure.

Ask the Doc with Dr. Whaley – National Prescription Drug Take Back Day!


Tomorrow, April 29th, is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. You can turn in any old prescription medicines you may have to your local county police department tomorrow. Dr. Whaley explains to us why it is important not to flush these or throw them out but rather to turn them in. He also talks to us about medical marijuana and the opiate addiction issues in our country. Lastly, Dr. Whaley tells us about the benefits of taking a baby aspirin daily and what it can help prevent.

This segment is sponsored by the Georgia Cancer Specialists.

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