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Dr. Jennifer Ashton
MD,Ob-Gyn, ABC News Chief Medical Correspondent, author of the bestseller, The Self-Care Solution, M.S. in Nutrition,fitness fanatic,hockey fan, mom.
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 27
Thank you for interviewing me on your podcast, & thank you to all the Infectious Disease specialist with whom I've spoken to get insights into this historic pandemic..it's an honor to be interviewed by the Infectious Diseases Society of America
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 27
Please stay safe this holiday season: think of risk v benefit...it's not forever, it's one holiday season...
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 27
Replying to @dennisphinisee5
no one has a crystal ball, but I would hope better compared to now, if enough people are vaccinated.
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 23
Replying to @Fat_Kat99
largely both...the elements are: Time, Place, People and Space: w/ travel: prolonged time, indoors, lots of ppl, not able to be 6+ feet apart= recipe for significant transmission
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 23
Replying to @queentk913
most data suggests some short-term immune protection for most people, so short-term reinfection is unlikely but it has been documented in several case reports.
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 23
Replying to @TaffyTwoShoes @ABCGMA3
We, in the world of science, who have been following the global collaboration for SARS-cOV2 vaccine development knew from early on that there would be storage and distribution challenges bc mRNA is very unstable material.
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 23
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 22
So excited for my ‘s boyfriend & my adopted Pandemic son on the start of his modeling career with @wilhelminamodels (while still a college student)! Only great things ahead!
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 20
Thank you! CDC recommendations are to isolate for 10 d after testing positive. And 14 days after exposure, regardless of testing...though of course, this may change...
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 20
Thank you for having me!
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 20
You are so welcome!
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 20
Replying to @vincentcuratola
Wait, when one is an actor, do you ONLY play one type of role? Or do you actually have range & diversity? A skilled actor can play a Mafia king-pin and/or a teacher, athlete. Get it??? Medical school is 4 years for a reason :-)
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 20
I wear a mask for the same reason I became a doctor: to help people; & to protect others, help our healthcare system stay open, & help our economy. Miss my Columbia days btw!
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 20
Thank YOU for inviting me on, and for all of your Infectious Disease input/assistance in covering this pandemic.
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 19
Just posted a photo
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 17
Love working with these two...and answering so many great viewer questions! Keep them coming- we are trying to get to as many as possible!
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 17
glad I could be there...it was an honor to meet you all!
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ABC News Live Nov 13
"We are in critical condition for sure," says about the coronavirus pandemic in the United States.
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 11
With the deepest appreciation, gratitude and respect to all our servicewomen and servicemen.. including my dad, Captain- retired, who served in Vietnam (last pic)... thank you.
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Dr. Jennifer Ashton Nov 3
Covid19 & Race/ethnic disparity: just one hallmark feature of the US experience with this pandemic...
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