People Magazine once considered him the sexiest doctor alive and he is yet to lose his charm
Dr. Mikhail Varshavski, or Dr. Mike as he is commonly known as, was once considered to be the Worlds Sexiest Doctor by People Magazine and he has been taking advantage of his famous status.
He was awarded the title back in 2015 and since then his popularity has skyrocketed, so much that his Instagram account keeps collecting more and more followers.
According to People, Dr. Mike went from being just an ordinary immigrant to one of the most influent users on Instagram when it comes to leading a healthy life.
Dr. Mike was born in Russia and moved to America when he was only 6 years old. Because of his father, who was a doctor, and his influence he pursued medicine, which helped him become the professional that he is today.
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The good doctor started working on his Instagram account by documenting his journey through medicine, which sparked a lot of people's interest. In the blink of an eye, he had a hundred thousand users following him.
That's when Dr. Mike was contacted by People Magazine, which turned him into a celebrity. The one hundred thousand followers morphed into one million and a half in a couple of weeks and he currently has almost three million followers on the social media platform.
All the fame and attention allowed him to bring his healthy tips and advice to a wider audience. Not only that, he was able to travel the world and meet several celebrities along the way.
But despite having the spotlight on him, Dr. Milke didn't let fame and fortune distract him from his true objective: helping people. Quite the contrary, he used his money and connections to support charities and health-inspired programs to help those in need.
In 2016, he was invited to appear on Who Wants to be a Millionaire, alongside the three men who stopped the terrorist attack on a train in Paris the year before.
While Dr. Mike could have kept the money he won for himself, the handsome doctor put it to good use by donating it to the Susan G.Komen foundation for breast cancer, proving that fame only changes people if they let it happen.