Conversations Live: Ask The Doctor

As the seasons change and the temperature drops, we become more susceptible to seasonal bugs and other illnesses. Doctors from local healthcare providers explain how to stay healthy heading into winter and what symptoms look like for more common viruses at this time of year. They also take your questions.

About the Guests

Dr. Philip Miller is a family medicine provider with Mount Nittany physician group. Dr. Miller is board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine and the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians.

Dr. Timothy Doberstein is an internist working for Geisinger at its Scenery Park office in State College providing primary care to patients 18 and over. He has worked for Geisinger since 2010 and is board certified in internal medicine. He also serves as the chair for Geisinger’s Centre County performance improvement committee and vice president of the Centre County Medical Society.

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