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What you should be doing now to live happier and healthier post-pandemic

It’s time to prepare for life after the pandemic. Seriously, it’s about to end. Someday. And it’s time to start preparing yourself physically and mentally for the life of the other side. Dr. John White, Chief Medical Officer at WebMD, says the transition to a maskless world where you can actually hug your friends may not be as easy as you might think. He and other healthcare professionals are worried about the mental heartbeat that our brain inherited last year. And he says that when we re-enter “normal”, we all need to prepare ourselves and our families for some form of PTSD. White has a three-step plan of what he can do now to truly prepare to enjoy the freedom of life after a pandemic. Over the last two decades, White has earned a reputation as a medical storyteller as good as a doctor. He spent 10 years as Chief Medical Expert on the Discovery Channel, traveling the world watching how illness affects people in different countries. He also worked in government as a professional director of the US Food and Drug Administration. He is currently on WebMD because he believes there is nothing wrong with diagnosing himself as long as he gets a second opinion from someone who attended medical school.About this Dying to Ask: Three things to do now to live a happier and healthier life after a pandemic WebMD search we were seeing before social distance became an issue about their symptoms I’ve been googled and who hooked up White on his first TV gig Other Listen Locations: Click here to listen on iTunes Click here to listen on Stitcher Click here

It’s time to prepare for life after the pandemic. Seriously, it’s about to end. Someday.

And it’s time to start preparing yourself physically and mentally for the life of the other side.

Dr. John White, Chief Medical Officer at WebMD, says the transition to a maskless world where you can actually hug your friends may not be as easy as you might think.

He and other healthcare professionals are worried about the mental heartbeat that our brain inherited last year. And he says that when we re-enter “normal”, we all need to prepare ourselves and our families for some form of PTSD.

White has a three-step plan of what he can do now to truly prepare to enjoy the freedom of life after a pandemic.

Over the last two decades, White has earned a reputation as a medical storyteller as good as a doctor. He spent 10 years as Chief Medical Expert on the Discovery Channel, traveling the world watching how illness affects people in different countries.

He also worked in government as a professional director of the US Food and Drug Administration.

He is currently on WebMD because he believes there is nothing wrong with diagnosing himself as long as he gets a second opinion from someone who attended medical school.

About this Dying to Ask:

  • Three things to do now to lead a happier and healthier life after a pandemic
  • WebMD searches we see are seven times higher than before before social distance became an issue
  • The question he asks the patient knows that they are googled for their symptoms
  • And who hooked up White on his first TV gig

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Click here to listen on iTunes

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