Dr. Murray Feingold
Dr. Murray Feingold’s “Medical Minute” appears weekdays at 11:41 AM and on weekend mornings at 6:41 and 10:41. His interview feature, “One on One with Dr. Murray Feingold” can also be heard on weekday mornings.
Dr. Feingold has been part of the WBZ family for over 30 years on both radio and television. He was the first physician in New England to utilize the television medium to help educate the public regarding health and medicine. He also writes a health newspaper column entitled “Second Opinion.” He has received the New England Chapter Award/National Academy of Television Arts and Science for outstanding in-depth reporting.
Dr. Feingold continues to practice medicine in the Boston area and has been on the faculties of Harvard, Tufts, and Boston University medical schools. He has published over 175 medical articles and has written two books. He is also President of the Genesis Fund, a charity dedicated to helping children born with birth defects, mental retardation, and genetic diseases.
Dr. and Mrs. Feingold have three children and four grandchildren.
WBZ’s Dr. Murray Feingold talks about the two most common types of arthritis.
WBZ’s Dr. Murray Feingold explains how memory loss may be detected with magnetic resonance imaging.
WBZ’s Dr. Murray Feingold talks a bit about statin drugs and their benefits.
WBZ’s Dr. Murray Feingold talks about the eyes and what they can tell you about a person.
WBZ’s Dr. Murray Feingold states that exercise during pregnancy is a good thing for both the mother and the baby.
WBZ’s Dr. Murray Feingold says computers are running our lives, and it may not be very healthy.
WBZ’s Dr. Murray Feingold talks about the correlation between quick bursts of physical activity and the possibility of bringing on a heart attack.
WBZ’s Dr. Murray Feingold reports that walnuts deliver the most antioxidants amongst tree nuts.
WBZ’s Dr. Murray Feingold explains what multiple myeloma is.
WBZ’s Dr. Murray Feingold talks a bit about missed days at work and how it relates to having children.