Corey Hébert Bio, Wiki, MD, Wife, Age, Kiss Diet Plan, and Net Worth
Corey Hébert Biography
Corey Hébert is an American journalist, physician, as well as an educator who is currently serving as the Chief Medical Editor and Correspondent for BNC (Black News Channel). He hails from New Orleans, Louisiana. He is also the Chief Executive Officer of Community Health TV and College Health TV. Corey has worked for WDSU as the on-air Chief Medical Editor for over 15 years. Prior to WDSU, he has also been at the Gulf Coast and for Hearst-Argyle Broadcasting for over a decade. He is an on-air expert for the Dr. Oz show and www.DoctorOz.com. At both Tulane University and Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, Corey is an assistant professor in private practice.
Corey Hébert Age
Corey is 51 years old as of 2021 since he was born on 4 November 1969, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, US.
Corey Hébert Height
Corey’s height and weight are currently unavailable.
Corey Hébert Family
Corey was born and grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, US. He has managed to keep a low profile of his family hence it is not known if he has any siblings.This information will be updated as soon as it is out.
Corey Hébert Wife, Is he married?
Corey is married to his lovely wife Alanah Odoms-Hebert with whom they are blessed with two kids. His wife is an attorney in Orleans.
Corey Hébert Wedding
Corey and his wife tied the knot in May 2010 at Botanical Gardens, in New Orleans.
Corey Hébert Kids
Corey and his lovely wife has children: son Corey Joseph Hébert Jr. and daughter Elan Jolie Hébert. Son Joseph is 18 years old and is a freshman at Brown University in Rhode Island.
Corey Hébert Education
Corey attended during his elementary and high school years in Baton Rouge. He joined Morehouse College located in Atlanta Georgia where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree. He later enrolled at Meharry Medical College located in Nashville, Tennesse where he earned his medical degree.
After he graduated, Corey has an internship and residency at Tulane University Medical center as well as Charity Hospital for New Orleans. In 2002, Corey was chosen as chosen as Chief Resident of Pediatrics at Tulane Medical Center. He was the first African American to hold that position.
Corey Hébert WDSU
Corey is the Chief Medical Editor for WDSU. WDSU is an NBC television affiliate New Orleans. He has as well served as the Chief Medical Editor for the Gulf Coast, and for Hearst-Argyle Broadcasting for over a decade.
Corey Hébert New Orleans
Corey has appeared on several national broadcast which include: Dr. Nancy, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Countdown with Keith Olbermann, he Early Show with Harry Smith (CBS), NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, Current TV, CNN, the National Geographic Channel, The Huffington Post, The Today Show as well as the National Geographic Channel.
He has been regularly seen on MSNBC’s The Ed Show as well as The Meredith Viera Show . Corey ws featured in the film When the Levees Broke. Corey hosts a weekly radio show titled Doctor for the People on the Cumulus Broadcasting Network. He is a great contributor to the Discovery Channel television show How Stuff Works. He as well contributes to the Dr. Oz show.
Corey is a medical consultant for charitable organizations, Glaxo Smith Kline, Essence Magazine as well as Mead Johnson. Prior, to hosting, Corey is the CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of College Health TV. At Ebony Communications, Corey is the Chief Medical Editor.
Corey was featured in the film entitled Take Your Pills at the first full-length documentary which premiered in March 2018 at the SXSW festival. Corey testified before the United States Congress on April 28, 2010, on the safety of Federal Emergency Management Agency trailers. The hearing was entitled “Public Sales of Hurricane Katrina/Rita FEMA Trailers: Are they Safe or Environmental Time Bombs?”
Corey Hébers Kiss Diet Plan
The following is the 3-day meal plan on the military diet.
A slice of toast with 2 tablespoons of peanut butter, Half a grapefruit, and a cup of coffee or tea (optional).
A slice of toast, Half a cup of tuna, and A cup of coffee or tea (optional).
A 3-oz (85 grams) serving of meat with a cup of green beans, A small apple, Half a banana, and One cup vanilla ice cream.
These are the meals for day 2, amounting to around 1,200 calories.
A slice of toast, One hard-boiled egg, Half a banana., and A cup of coffee or tea (optional).
One hard-boiled egg, A cup of cottage cheese, 5 saltine crackers, and A cup of coffee or tea (optional).
Two hot dogs, with no bun, Half a cup of carrots and half a cup of broccoli, Half a banana, and Half a cup of vanilla ice cream.
A 1-ounce slice of cheddar cheese, 5 saltine crackers, A small apple, and A cup of coffee or tea (optional).
A slice of toast, One egg, cooked however you like, and A cup of coffee or tea (optional).
A cup of tuna, Half a banana, and 1 cup of vanilla ice cream.
Corey Hébers MD
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