Summary: A Medical Mixtape Produced by The Rawest Crew of Medical Doctors in Modern Medicine—Hacking Heartbeats, Hard Beats & Everything in Between.
On this episode of "Wonder, Woman," we talk about Actress Angelina Jolie's direct contribution to Breast & Ovarian Cancer awareness as well as her indirect impact on Genetic patenting practices.
This is a stacked episode. We talk about Life, Death, Therapy, Suicide, Neuroplasticity, and why Psychiatrists might be offering more commentary about Donald Trump's mental health soon. Enjoy ya'll!
According to the latest study published in JAMA, 110 of 111 brains studied of dead NFL players had Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). We talk about what this might mean for the NFL & Football.
This is a heavy episode. We talk about the dark past of Linkin Park's Chester Bennington, who committed suicide by hanging himself. We also discuss predicting/preventing suicide & Music as Medicine.
We talk to our favorite OB/GYN Dr. Rama about the medical accuracy of Ali Wong's hit Netflix comedy special, "Baby Cobra." We also talk about the HPV vaccine & the potential dangers of Oral Sex.
We talk the Art & Science of shaving and how the problem of razor bumps became a billion dollar business model for Tristan Walker's razor brand, Bevel. We also fit in this week's Doctionary word!
We talk about the benefits of being bilingual on the Brain and run back a classic story about monks that leads to a discussion about "Decision Paralysis" and how to hack perspective in our lives.
Reesh talks about some amazing research happening at Harvard from a smartphone sperm analysis app to using CRISPR, the powerful gene-editing technology, to turn actual bacteria into flash drives!
In this 1st episode of "Wonder, Woman," Reesh talks to MRx women's health consultant & OB/GYN Dr. Rama about infertility.
Can telling a child they're "smart" make them dumb? And WTF is Charles Oakley Syndrome? Dee & Reesh talk about the concept of a "Growth Mindsets" in this episode.
On this episode of Shrink Rap, Dee & Reesh talk about some cutting edge research being done on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
In this Deluxe edition of Audiotopsy, Dee lyrically biopsies a line in Kanye West's "FML" referencing an anti-depressant called Lexapro. Reesh then lyrically biopsies Kanye's breakout single "Through The Wire," which chronicles the rapper's jaw surgery after a devastating car accident. Enjoy!
We talk about "The Language of Medicine" & introduce the 1st episode of a new segment called "Doctionary," which is like WebMD meets Urban Dictionary to teach our listeners the language of Medicine one word at a time! Enjoy!
Reesh visited Anchor HQ in NYC and gets interviewed by co-founder Nir Zuckerman.
This episode originally aired on Anchor 6/13/17. Reesh talks about the health, life, and legacy of Golden State Warriors Head Coach, Steve Kerr, in response to a caller's question about back surgery.