Denise Dador
Denise Dador is the Eyewitness News Health specialist whose Circle of Health reports can be seen on ABC7 Eyewitness News at 3 p.m., 4 p.m. and 5 p.m.

Since joining ABC7 in 1998, Denise's mission has been to help Southern Californians improve their lives with timely medical information and advice. Through her reports, L.A's top medical experts become accessible and relatable. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, her stories played a pivotal role in helping Angelenos navigate their changing world. Besides volunteering to help groups that fund medical research and patient care. Denise also represents KABC in her work with various Asian Pacific Islander and Filipino-American community organizations.

Denise grew up in San Francisco. She attended Long Island University in Brooklyn and graduated from Mills College with a degree in communication. At WXYZ-TV in Detroit, she anchored the weekend news and hosted a weekly talk show. At KMPH in Fresno, she was the main anchor of their 10pm news.

Denise has received numerous journalism and community service awards including national recognition for her work with Asians for Miracle Marrow Matches. She received Emmy awards for News Feature Reporting and Outstanding Children's Programming.

Outside of work, Denise is a wife and mother of a teenaged son and daughter who both have big dreams. While she would like to say she is an avid runner or skier, streaming historical documentaries and period dramas has become her latest obsession.

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Contact:
ABC7 Broadcast Center
Attn: Denise Dador
500 Circle Seven Drive
Glendale, CA 91201
818-863-7777

Denise's Stories
Dermatologists offer sun-protection tips as Memorial Day weekend kicks off summer
The Friday before Memorial Day is known as "Don't Fry Day." It's a good time to brush up on how to protect yourself from the sun this summer.
Slow down aging: How adopting 8 key habits can keep you younger and healthier
Experts believe following these eight specific habits can not only improve your overall health -- it can also slow your body's aging by years.
New USC study looks at effect fluoride exposure may have in pregnant women
Fluoridated water flows to nearly three-quarters of the U.S. population, including L.A. County. A new USC study examined the possible effects of fluoride exposure during pregnancy and its effects on newborns.
Médicos advierten de que un error al aplicar las uñas postizas puede provocar infecciones
El problema no son las uñas postizas en sí: los médicos dicen que son seguras. Lo que puede provocar infecciones es la forma de ponérselos. Esto es lo que hay que saber.
DIY press-on nails are quick and inexpensive but doctors warn user error can lead to infections
The issue isn't with the press-on nails themselves - doctors say they're safe. It's how you put them on that can lead to infections. Here's a breakdown of what you need to know.
'Vampire facials' growing in popularity, but how do you know if they're safe? Doctors weigh in
The CDC is reporting a link between a cosmetic needling procedure called "vampire facials" and HIV transmission at an unlicensed spa. Doctors say it's safe when done properly, but there are things you should know before you get one.
13-year-old boy is 1st young patient in SoCal to receive complex surgery to cure pancreatitis
A 13-year-old La Crescenta boy became the first young patient in SoCal to receive a groundbreaking, complex surgery to cure his recurring pancreatitis.
New Wegovy clinical trial finds surprising benefits that go way beyond weight loss
After four years of following patients taking Wegovy, the trial revealed how quickly it worked, if patients kept the weight off -- and something else surprising.
Nuevo examen puede ayudar a detectar precozmente el cáncer de esófago
La acidez crónica puede ser un signo precoz de cáncer de esófago y un nuevo examen puede ayudarle a conocerlo con seguridad.
New test can help with early screening for esophageal cancer
Chronic heartburn may be an early sign of esophageal cancer and a new test can help you know for sure.