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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Denise's Stories
British scientist says jump in omicron cases in the U.K. sheds light on what's next for the U.S.
When delta cases started to jump in the United Kingdom, the same thing happened in the U.S. One scientist has a good idea of what we can expect with the omicron variant.
LA County reports 2nd and 3rd cases of omicron variant, including a USC student
Los Angeles County's second reported case of the omicron variant is a USC student and the third is a person who recently traveled to West Africa. Both are vaccinated.
Is it COVID, a cold or the flu? Here are a few easy ways to tell
All the symptoms seem the same for a cold, the flu, coronavirus, and even allergies! Here's how to spot the difference.
Holiday travel season sees new worries with omicron variant
New worries are looming over the holiday travel season as the omicron variant of COVID-19 takes hold in California and around the country.
Planning a holiday party? Doctors say you'll need at-home antigen tests - but with these 2 caveats
Doctors say rapid antigen tests will be something you'll need in your medicine cabinet this holiday season -- but with these two caveats.
Omicron variant: Expert on what could come next in fight against pandemic
A leading infectious disease expert explains how the omicron variant could impact the course of the pandemic.
'This is not our first rodeo:' Doctors discuss important tools in fight against the omicron variant
Health officials are on high alert looking for any U.S. cases of the newly identified omicron variant of COVID-19.
Despite grim COVID holiday forecast, many families double efforts to keep celebrations safe
Holiday festivities prompted many to get booster shots and rapid antigen COVID-19 tests in an effort to keep gatherings safe, especially for the very young, the elderly and those with health conditions.
How to keep holiday gatherings safe as experts predict surge of cases after Thanksgiving
Health experts predict a nationwide spike in COVID-19 cases following the upcoming holiday. So, what can you do to keep your Thanksgiving gathering safe?
Disney favorites helping young patients have less stressful hospital stays
The magic of Disney is helping make hospital stays less stressful for children.