The Lunch and Learn with Dr. Berry Podcast is designed to simplify health care so the common person can learn how to take back control. Through weekly educational lessons We'll be taking the most complex medical issues and teaching it in a way that you will wonder why your own personal physician never explained it to you in such a fashion before.
If you have ever went to your doctor’s appointment and left there more confused and frustrated then when you came in then this podcast is the one for you. Dr. Berry prides himself on being able to educate his patients and make them feel comfortable in their most trying times.
In today's episode let's talk about why the FDA/CDC pausing the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine was necessary.
When I released my first episode detailing my experience with getting the first of two vaccine doses against the coronavirus, the total number of coronavirus cases stood at approximately 15 million. Unfortunately as I type this out the number stands at 27 million and likely by the time you read it that number will be outdated.
This week on the podcast we have Sarah McGriff, a woman with many professional hats. She is an author, film producer, and nurse who took the join the podcast to discuss a slew of topics such as her concern about the mental health disparities in the Black community, stigmas surrounding ...
At the time of writing this post, we have two different vaccines that are available for distribution. In episode 162 we talked about who would be getting the vaccines first, starting with the front line workers in health care. I had the fortunate opportunity to get my vaccine right after Christmas break so I wanted to discuss my experience.
This week we talk about the COVID-19 vaccine: when this will be available, who can avail of it first, and should you be hesitant about getting vaccinated?
In this week's podcast episode, we have Dr. Stephen Noble talking about community, health education & his passions.
This week we have Dr. Archana Shrestha to discuss the importance of uplifting women doctors worldwide through story.
We have Dr. Kat Ogel on to discuss becoming an author and her role as an advocate to fight discrimination.