Dr. Fong is an assistant professor of surgery at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, where he has been an adjunct professor since 2015.
In 2016, he became a resident fellow at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and a visiting fellow at Stanford University School on Aging.
He is the author of the best-selling book, The Complete Guide to Preventing, Treating, and Relieving Chronic Pain.
Dr. Fung recently shared some thoughts on the importance of exercise in the modern era, and what he has learned from studying it in the field of medicine.
What would you recommend to people looking to get in shape and keep it off?
Dr. James: I would say that exercise is the key.
You have to exercise to make yourself feel better.
You also have to keep it out of your system.
The key is to exercise every day.
You can do a bunch of different things to keep your brain functioning, but the key is exercising.
And exercise is about being active.
I think if you do not exercise regularly, your brain is not going to be functioning as well.
So that’s the key to making sure that you do it regularly.
I think exercise is essential for anyone who is suffering from chronic pain.
You need to exercise because you have the energy to do so.
You just have to be careful not to go too far.
You may be able to run a marathon or a marathon in 10 minutes, but you’re not going be able do a half-marathon.
So the best way to keep that in your system is to go for a run.
And I think that running can help you.
I do a lot of running and I find it’s good for me because I have to train a lot more.
I’m able to train so much more.
I am not a huge fan of the weightlifting and cardio programs that are on the TV.
I don’t see it as being healthy.
But I think exercise can help.
How would you advise someone who is looking to lose weight and gain muscle?Dr: I don