Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) spoke to Fox News medical correspondent Dr. Marc Siegel in his first on-camera interview since he was assaulted outside his Kentucky home earlier this month.
Dr. Marc Siegel, a practicing internist, joined FOX News Channel (FNC) as a contributor in 2008.
In addition to his role at FNC, Dr. Siegel serves as an associate professor of medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center and as the Medical Director of Doctor Radio with NYU Langone and SiriusXM Satellite Radio.
Dr. Siegel has authored, "False Alarm: the Truth about the Epidemic of Fear," "Bird Flu: Everything You Need to Know about the Next Pandemic," and "Swine Flu: the New Pandemic," which was profiled by Publishers Weekly. He has also written columns that have appeared in The Los Angeles Times and The New York Daily News.
He graduated from SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences and completed his residency training at the New York University Medical Center.
Stories from Dr. Marc Siegel
Donald Trump was interviewed today by Dr. Mehmet Oz, and the show announced that the two did discuss Trump's recent physical examination.
A new report found that superbugs are quickly becoming one of the biggest health risks to mankind.
500 wounded warriors from around the world will compete in this week's Invictus Games, an international Paralympic-style multi-sport event.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) reports that almost 64,000 teenagers received cosmetic surgery in 2013, and doctors say the procedures are becoming more and more popular with teens.
Dr. Marc Siegel is riding along with former President George W. Bush for the fifth annual bike ride for Wounded Warriors in Texas.
President George W. Bush is hosting his annual bike ride for Wounded Warriors. Fox News' own Dr. Marc Siegel is riding along with the former commander-in-chief and our nation's heroes.
A man in Canada reportedly called out sick and was required to bring in a sick note.
For years, Americans have heard reports about the dangers of artificial sweeteners, but a new study claims that saccharin - the main ingredient in Sweet & Low and other similar products - could actually help fight cancer cells. The study says that saccharin reacts with a certain protein present in aggressive cancer cells.
A man who survived a seizure while skydiving was amazingly rescued by his instructor in Pinjarra, Australia. In an incredible scene that was caught on tape, Christopher Jones, 22, is seen jumping out of a plane seconds before he suffered the seizure and started free-falling backwards.
Dr. Marc Siegel explained this morning why everyone is seeing this viral dress photo differently. Some people saw the colors as black and blue, while others were adamant that the dress was white and gold.
Since recreational marijuana use has become legalized in Alaska, Colorado, and Washington state, a new dangerous trend has emerged among expectant mothers.