What is the question - so is the answer. Most often, attending physicians (like all other people, by the way) suffer from acute respiratory viral infections. And there is no getting away from this yet.
It is necessary to look for the results of some research in order to speak for everyone at once. I can only say about my personal observations - many doctors drink and smoke with all the ensuing consequences. Once I saw just an indicative picture when the doctor smoked around the corner of the hospital, while simply bursting with coughing. He may be a good specialist (I doubt it), but this should not be so. This is anti-health advertising. In a job like this, you are socially responsible for your lifestyle. And it turns out like adherents of a healthy lifestyle, who, it turns out, are sitting on specials. drugs and do liposuction.
This concerns the actions of the doctors themselves. But also, a health worker is susceptible to a number of occupational diseases, such as nerves, sleep disorders, dermatitis, allergies, osteochondrosis. Increased risk among infectious disease specialists, epidemiologists, radiologists, and surgeons. Simply put, a doctor can get a negative impact from his work in 3 ways: harm from medical equipment (x-rays), harm from a patient if he is contagious, harm from constant stress, emotional and mental stress.
Here are a couple of links
Occupational diseases of doctors
PROFESSIONAL INCIDENCE OF MEDICAL WORKERS