Dr. Timothy Bilash Announces a New Weekly Tuesday Videocast Series

Dr. Timothy Bilash, MD is conducting a new series of web-based question and answer discussions covering the topics of COVID-19, thyroid, and the immune system.

La Jolla, CA, March 31, 2020 --(PR.com)-- Timothy Bilash, M.D. announced today a new discussion series via online video which highlights new perspectives in medicine.

Dr. Bilash explains, “COVID-19 is a hot topic of discussion right now, and one we started exploring during our first two Zoom online meetings. I find the new technology provides a comfortable and safe way to ask those anxiety-ridden questions about this global pandemic.” The video meetings are designed for participants of all levels of understanding, not just the medical community. Bilash continued, “Our participants gained a better understanding of COVID-19 through lecture and dialog with opportunities to share their personal stories.

In summary, Bilash says the meetings are a chance to “dig deeper and speak frankly on vital topics.” Continuing he explained, “I like to go beyond market-driven media scripting to present information that the public can assess for themselves. It’s challenging to interpret statistical data to form accurate and realistic meaning. There are important topics we cover: viral modes of transmission, preexisting conditions of diabetes, hypertension and asthma, coinfections and more. Intriguing roles of ACE inhibitors and Vitamin D, and even how soap and water inactivates the envelope surrounding COVID-19 and sets it apart from the common flu.”

The series will continue weekly every Tuesday at 5 pm Pacific Coast Time through October 2020, and can be accessed with theTimTalkBeta link at: www.drtimdelivers.com/zoomvideo.shtml. The website also contains information about Dr. Bilash’s interests about thyroid and hormone balancing, which touches on problems of insomnia, anxiety, and fatigue issues.

Dr. Bilash has written and lectured on topics spanning vitamin deficiency, endocrine disruptors, evidence-based medicine, and health care delivery. He commented, “Each of these issues has tremendous impact on how we perceive life, health care and medicine, both as consumers and how we organize our medical community.”

Dr. Timothy Bilash, MD has been in practice since 1987, is Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and a Fellow in the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
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