Manny Alvarez Biography
Manny Alvarez born Manuel Alvarez is a Cuban-American obstetrician-gynecologist who has appeared on Fox News Channel shows such as America’s Newsroom, Fox & Friends, Happening Now, Varney & Co., Money with Melissa, The O’Reilly Factor, The Kelly File, and Fox News Weekend, as well as on the local affiliate, WNYW-Fox 5 News.
Manny Alvarez Age
Manny was born 16 April 1957, Cuba. He is 62 years as of 2019.
Manny Alvarez Height
He stands at a height of 6 Feet 1 Inch
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Manny Alvarez Wife
Manny Alvarez’s current relationship status is married to a popular American doctor and commentator. He has been married to Katrina Alvarez. They have already been married for a decade and a half and are blessed with three children. They’ve got two sons; Rex, Ryan and Olivia’s daughter.
Manny Alvarez Personal Life
During the Cuban Revolution, Alvarez was separated from his family as a young boy when he was sent to the United States through an outreach program to live with a foster family while his father was placed in a Cuban jail. Alvarez was reunited with his family in New York five years later. In Hoboken, New Jersey, his father started a business.
Alvarez lives with his wife and three children in a suburb of New Jersey. His son Ryan is on the autism spectrum and Alvarez was a vocal supporter of the autism community, often using his Fox News position to talk about social issues affecting people on the spectrum.
Manny Alvarez Career
Manny completed fellowships in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at New York City after completing his residencies in Obstetrics / Gynecology and Anesthesiology. Since 1996, he has served as chairman of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department at women’s hospital ay Hackensack University Medical Center.
Manny began his career as a health science reporter for Telemundo in Journalism. To prevent mistakes made after Hurricane, Katrina in September 2005, he filled out a report for Fox News. He brought medical supplies when an earthquake hit Haiti in January 2010, helping the injured patient in the Dominican Republic.
He interviewed Dr. Paul Greengard, Nobel laureate, about his researchers in Alzheimer’s disease treatment. And he received the Gold Medal from the Bi-Centennial of The Karolinska Institute.
Manny Alvarez Journalism Career
In September 2005, Alvarez filed a report on the preparations made ahead of Hurricane Rita to prevent errors made after Hurricane Katrina for Fox News from Texas.
In January 2006, Alvarez launched AskDrManny as a website dedicated to providing general health news information. The website is dedicated to information about the development of women’s health, pregnancy and early childhood. AskDrManny launched a YouTube channel in 2009 to provide the same topic-related video segments.
Alvarez reported on the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti, where he brought medical supplies and helped treat patients in the Dominican Republic’s border hospitals.
Later that year, he reported on the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in June 2010, coinciding with the phrase “Gulf Oil Syndrome” referring to the potential health hazards that the region’s population may face in the years ahead.
Nobel laureate Paul Greengard was interviewed by Alvarez about his discoveries in treating Alzheimer’s disease and receiving the Bi-Centennial Gold Medal from The Karolinska Institute.
Manny Alvarez Publication
Alvarez is the author of The Checklist: What You and Your Family Need to Know to Prevent Disease and Live a Long and Healthy Life, which won two prizes at the 10th annual International Latino Book Awards in Los Angeles in May 2008 for both its Spanish and English editions. He published his second book, The Hot Latin Diet: The Bombshell Body’s Fast-Track Plan in 2008.
He serves as the senior managing health editor for FoxNews.com, Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, and FoxBusiness.com.
Manny Alvarez Fox News
Manny serves as Fox News Channel, Fox Business.com, FoxNews.com, and Fox Business Network’s senior managing health editor. He appears with other co-hosts Clayton Morris and Andrew Napolitano on Fox and Friends at the moment.
Manny Alvarez Early Life and Education
After five years, Manny returned with his family in New York. Later, he attended Universidad Central del Este and graduated from the Department of Medicine in 1981. He is board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, specializing by taking care of pregnant patients.
He’s a middle-income eldest son, the Christian family. When he was young, he was replaced in the United States. He was sent to live in the United States with a foster family while his father was put in a Cuban jail.
Manny Alvarez Awards
Manny Alvarez has achieved a lot of success and achievement by working as a medical doctor and commentator. In 2006, Manny was honored by Honorable Hillary Rodham Clinton for his contribution and support in providing lectures and education on women’s health. In the year 2011, he received first ever ‘March of Dimes President’s Award’. With his immense help and contribution in the medical sector, Manny Alvarez has certainly gained immense success and popularity. More information and news about this eminent personality can be obtained from visiting other various other internet sites and Wikipedia.
Manny Alvarez Net Worth
Manny is currently the department chair at the Hackensack University Medical Center and with his talent and hard work towards his job, Manny earns an enormous amount of salary, which adds up to his current net worth, assumed to be several million.