Dr. Mike Cirigliano is a medical contributor for "Good Day Philadelphia." Over the years, "Dr. Mike" has covered innumerable medical topics including sports injuries to infectious disease. He has a special interest in prevention and healthy living.
Dr. Mike practices Internal Medicine full time and treats a full range of medical disorders in the adult patient population. He is an Associate Professor of Medicine and practicing Internist at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He has more than 60 publications in the medical literature and has been published in journals including the Journal of the American Medical Association, Hospital Practice and the Journal of Women's Health. He has lectured throughout the country and has served on the editorial board of the Facts and Comparisons publication Review of Natural Products, and Hospital Physician.
Dr. Mike was featured in Philadelphia Magazine's "Top Docs" issue every year since 1996. He was also recognized by the Castle Connelly publication "Best Doctors In America" every year since 2008. He has also been on the "Dr. Oz Show" and "The Montel Williams Show."
Dr. Mike was born and raised in the Philadelphia area. He is married and has two children, Amy and Nicholas. He's interested in aviation and is a terrible ice hockey player.
Dr. Mike joins Good Day to discuss a new study on the effects of sleep deprivation and a reported rise in binge drinking among childless women.
Dr. Mike tackles coronary disease, penicillin and "holiday heart" in another edition of "FYI Doc."
Dr. Mike shares what you need to know about black carbon exhaust, recent developments in breast cancer research, and the importance of hearing protection in another edition of "FYI Doc."
Dr. Mike tackles stress control, obesity in children, and the dangers of sleep deprivation in another edition of "FYI Doc."
Dr. Mike has the latest report on the dangers of using CBD products while pregnant, a decline in infant death syndrome cases and rise in children getting HPV vaccinations.
Dr. Mike joins Good Day to discuss the potential dangers of using a cell phone in the dark.
Dr. Mike shares information on the importance of flu shots for people with asthma, new data on STDs and information on the rising suicide rate among the African American community.
Dr. Mike joins Good Day to discuss a new study that suggests baby foods contain toxic metal.
Dr. Mike shares what you need to know about reading with children, eating red meat, and the power of positive thinking.
Dr. Mike tackles workplace stress, Vitamin D and second-hand smoke in another edition of “FYI Doc.”