Daliah Wachs

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Daliah Wachs
Daliah Wachs, MD.jpg
Born Daliah Zodieru
Los Angeles, California, USA
Nationality USA
Other names Dr. Daliah
Occupation physician, television and radio personality
Known for Dr. Daliah radio show, television

Daliah Wachs is an American radio personality, host of the "Doctor Daliah" show. Wachs is a board certified family physician who started a radio show to allow callers to receive free medical advice on the air during the recession in early 2009 on KLAV in Las Vegas, Nevada. The show was picked up by KDWN in Las Vegas later that month and by KFNX in Phoenix, Arizona by late 2009. In April 2010 The Dr. Daliah Show began airing on WZFG in Fargo, North Dakota. Within two years of her premiere on air, her show expanded to several cities, and XM Satellite began airing her show nationally in January 2011 on America's Talk Channel 158, and soon thereafter Channel 166.

Wachs was named by Talkers Magazine as one of America's 250 Most Influential Hosts.[1]

Wachs recently won an Electronic Media Award from the Nevada Broadcasters' Association for "Best Radio Show."[citation needed]

In September 2011, Genesis Communications Network chose to nationally syndicate her show. Her show is currently produced by Tom Sherman, Don Simon, and Justin Sehorn.

By 2013 her show was broadcast by iHeart Radio.

The "Doctor Daliah" program covers a wide array of medical topics as well as current events that involve health. Wachs's approach has been hailed as entertaining and straightforward without medical jargon.[2]

Wachs has made numerous television and radio interviews and gives lectures throughout the country. She is involved with several charities[citation needed], particularly FAST4Kids (Finding Autistic Solutions for Tomorrow)[3] due to her having two family members with autism.

Biography: Daliah Wachs was born in Los Angeles, CA on June 16, 1971. She is the fourth cousin of actor Joel Grey and fifth cousin to actress Jennifer Grey.

She later grew up in Phoenix and Las Vegas with her sister and two younger brothers. Having received a full academic scholarship to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, she enrolled in the Honors Program in the Fall of 1989. Graduating Cum Laude, she then went to medical school at the University of Nevada, Reno. Needing to move to Los Angeles her final year of school, she completed her studies at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She married Corey Wachs in December 1996. In 1997 she transferred back to Las Vegas for Residency training in Family Medicine. The next year she received her medical license in Arizona and began working as an Urgent Care Physician in Bullhead City, AZ and an Emergency Room Physician in Lake Havasu City, AZ. As she continued her residency training in Family Medicine, she became Chief Resident and graduated in 2000. She received her license in Nevada at that time and became Board Certified shortly thereafter. She soon opened her practice with her husband, Corey, a chiropractic physician in October 2000.

Radio KLAV 2009 KDWN 2009–present XM Satellite Amercica's Talk Channel 166 2010–present Genesis Communications Network 2011–present

Television KVVU Fox 5 News - Medical Expert Gigolos Season 3 Episode 9 - receptionist Pawn Stars "Close But No Cigar" - seller of 1870 tooth extractor Pawn Stars "Rick n' Roll" - seller of 1890 Tonsillotome and Adenotome Pawn Stars "Dog Day Afternoon" - seller of Civil War Syphilis syringe Pawn Stars "Bad to the Bone" - seller of Civil War era metacarpal bone saw

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