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HouseCall with Dr. Mac

A Health, Science and Medicine podcast
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HouseCall with Dr. Mac was created in 2014 with the goal of helping individuals connect their health dots. This means that we wanted to create an inviting space where people could share their stories, hear from Healthcare Providers and help the members of the community become integral parts of their healthcare team. Please visit us at and join the HouseCall chat so you don't miss any updates!


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Recent Episodes

Episode 108: Not all snoring means the same thing.
It's more than just an annoyance and believe it or not, not all snoring means the same thing.  Snoring could mean something much bigger than a "hard sleeper".   It could be a risk factor for hypertension, an irregular heart beat and even death.  Today we are going to talk about this symptom and what else it could mean for your health.
Episode 106: "I feel like I have a bionic wrist!"--Carpal Tunnel Syndrome symptoms and treatment
If you are one of the three million people in the US that have carpal tunnel syndrome or symptoms, relief may seem out of reach.  In this conversation, Wendell shares his story of having carpal tunnel release surgery on both hands and why he only wishes he did it sooner.  If you'd like to share your story or ask any questions, feel free to contact the show at
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Jul 6th, 2014
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Apr 2nd, 2019
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