Summary: A Medical Mixtape Produced by The Rawest Crew of Medical Doctors in Modern Medicine—Hacking Heartbeats, Hard Beats & Everything in Between.
In light of Anchor 3.0 recently launching to the world, we decided to cut up some unreleased audio footage from Reesh's most recent visit to Anchor HQ in NYC this past November! The audio captures a great meeting with Dave Altarescu & Brendon Bigley from Anchor's Marketing Team. Find out how Dee & Reesh met in medical school, why they decided to start a blog called "Injury Duty," and how they started their first podcast project in 2012 in a Pre-Anchor Audio Era. Be sure to check out the next part of this Behind the Scenes series about building "Medicine ReMixed" into a medical media company that the world has never seen before! Enjoy! *This podcast features the songs "government funded weed" by Black Ant & "2.12.05 elevator" by BOPD. Both songs are available under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
In case you haven't heard, Cold & Flu season has been brutal AF this year! Find out why it's been so bad and why you should give a F*ck in this unexpectedly entertaining episode about how so many people are LITERALLY going viral right now! We drop some uncommon knowledge about catching a Common Cold & the unbelievable medical history of treating the Flu before a vaccine was invented. Finally, we break down the raw science behind why it's IMPOSSIBLE to get the Flu from a Flu Shot & also why getting a Flu Shot doesn't guarantee you won't get the Flu either...Enjoy!
In this episode, Big H drops some knowledge about a real condition known as "Broken Heart Syndrome" in a Valentine's Day Edition of our recurring Medicine ReMixed segment "DOCTIONARY" where we define medical stuff in the dopest way possible. Then we play a cut from Jason Silva's YouTube show "Shots of Awe" about falling in love. We finish up the episode with a throwback cut of Dee & Reesh talking about Old Couples and the psychology of Valentine's Day. It's creating, curating, and conversating the way we like it. Enjoy!
This episode is about Death, Dying & Beyond. Dee Bunked talks about the pioneering studies in near-death by Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, a Swiss-American psychiatrist famous for her theory on the five stages of grief. Dee also talks about the American Neuroendocrinologist Dr. Robert Sapolsky's ideas about the stress-reducing components involved in the "meta-magical thinking" of religious belief. We also play some cuts from Dr. Dre & Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson talking about their views on Death. We get some comic relief in this heavy episode from comedian Hannibal Burress telling a story about a very stressful realization he had on a plane one time that caused him to go through the stages of grief. Enjoy!
What do the phrases "Big Wig" and "Nit Picking" have to do with Syphilis? Dee Bunked lyrically biopsies J. Cole's line on "Dead Presidents II" (The Warm Up Mixtape) in order to explain the surprisingly interesting connection between these random ideas spanning History, Medicine & Hip Hop in this brand new episode of AUDIOTOPSY where we break down medical references in Rap Lyrics. Enjoy! (Audio Clips in this episode: Aziz Ansari on "Scrubs," Hannibal Burress, "My Brother & Me") **If you dig our content, it would mean the entire F*ckin' world to us if you would leave this podcast a review! We love you Guys & Gyals so much!** Follow us on: Anchor: https://anchor.fm/medicineremixed Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MedicineRemixed/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/medicine_remixed/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/medicineremixed
This episode starts with Dee asking Reesh to recall an experience from Medical School of the first time he felt like he really helped a patient, but it had nothing to do with what he learned in Medical School. Continuing with this theme, Dee tells a story later in the episode about spending money out of his own pocket recently to treat a patient that couldn't afford a simple treatment for "Seasonal Affective Disorder." This leads to a discussion about how to improve Healthcare delivery through technology and how the Power of Audio might be a way to scale the unscalable. Finally, we end the episode talking about an email we recently got from a med student who was a former DJ and how we hope to recruit more Medical Artists to the Medicine ReMixed Crew. This is a truly "ear opening" episode. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed producing it!
Bipolar Disorder is seen in about 1% of the population and mostly affects young people between 20-30. During his very first year of medical school, our very own Big H learned that he was part of the 1% that was "Touched by Fire." This episode is a raw introduction to a largely misunderstood mental illness. Between the experiences of those who treat it for a living and those who live it for a living, mind the gap in this episode and enjoy your first ride on "The Bipolar Express!" This episode contains cuts from "Ask Gary Vee" featuring Gary Vaynerchuk, Tim Ferriss & edits from the talented comedian Maria Bamford. **Thanks to everyone who has listened to Medicine ReMixed for even a minute! If you dig our content, it would mean the entire world to us if you would leave this podcast a review! Love You, MRx Crew!** Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/medicine_remixed/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/medicineremixed Anchor: https://anchor.fm/medicineremixed
This episode starts off with a clip of Neil Degrasse Tyson & Jason Silva talking about the importance of death, which leads to Dee & Reesh discussing the "Top 5 Regrets of the Dying” as well as the Quantity of life versus the Quality of it. The final segment of the episode ends with Reesh reflecting on Tim Urban’s blog post “The Tail End,” which is an undeniably powerful piece about the realistic time we all have left with our loved ones. Get ready for another heavy dose of perspective in this whirlwind of wisdom as you gear up for your New Years Resolutions! **Thanks to everyone who has listened to Medicine ReMixed for even a minute! If you dig our content, it would mean the entire f*cking world to us if you would leave this podcast a review! Check us out on Anchor/Facebook/Instagram/Twitter to say Hi, Ask us questions, suggest future guests or give us feedback on how to make the “Medicine ReMixed” experience even better for you. We love you MRx Fam!**
Buckle up for an existential express train of an episode! From the number of times your heart beats over a lifetime to the estimated probability of our actual existence, Dee & Reesh use the numbers to inject a heavy dose of perspective in your life. Enjoy! **Thanks to everyone who has listened to our show for even a minute! If you dig our content, it would mean the entire world to us if you would leave this podcast a review! Check us out on Anchor/Facebook/Instagram/Twitter to say Hi, Ask us questions, suggest future guests or give us feedback on how to make the “Medicine ReMixed” experience even better for you because we love you that much!**
Reesh has a series of conversations with his friend Kanika (CEO, Kronologie Agency) about plans to repurpose his life after a 5-year Orthopaedic Surgery Residency to build “Medicine ReMixed” into a Media Company. He describes his plan to “Practically Dream” by becoming a part-time “Locum Tenens” Surgeon to afford him both the time and capital needed to bootstrap his media startup.
In this episode, Dee & Reesh challenge widely held public perceptions about the life of doctors by discussing the epidemic proportions of burnout and the alarming rates of suicide in the medical community. Reesh also gives his Uber driver a raw crash course about the reality of choosing a career in Medicine! (This episode contains edits/cuts from HBO’s “The Defiant Ones,” DJ Cones “Stethescope Vol. 2,” and Charles Bukowski’s poem “Roll the Dice.) **Thanks to everyone who has listened to Medicine ReMixed for even a minute! If you dig our content, it would mean the entire world to us if you would leave this podcast a review! Check us out on Anchor/Facebook/Instagram/Twitter to say Hi, Ask us questions, suggest future guests or give us feedback on how to make the “Medicine ReMixed” experience even better for you. We love you Guys & Gyals so much!**
In this episode of DOCTIONARY (Which is like WebMD meets Urban Dictionary), Big H defines the word “Flow,” Medicine ReMixed style. Discussing the foundational work on the topic by Hungarian psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, this episode will not only teach you what “Flow” means, but also the Neuroscience behind the high level performance phenomenon & maybe most importantly— how to find “Flow” in your own life. We end the episode with an audio clip about “Hacking Your Flow State” from Jason Silva’s amazing YouTube series “Shots of Awe.” ** Thanks to everyone who has listened to us for even a minute! If you dig our content, it would mean the world to us if you would leave this podcast a review! Check us out on Anchor/Facebook/Instagram/Twitter to say “Wat Up,” ask us questions or give us feedback on how to make “Medicine ReMixed” even better. We Love You Guys & Gyals! **
Dr. Usiwoma Abugo is an Eye Surgeon & Medical Social Media Influencer known as “MentorMeMD.” She tells her inspiring story of becoming a Black Female Surgeon in America & Mentoring kids on Instagram.
We share personal stories related to Racism & Classism during our Medical training. Dee also tells the Legend of Dr. Charles R. Drew. We end the mixtape with some interesting possible solutions. Enjoy
Reesh talks to Dr. Jeff Bazarian, one of the leading concussion researchers in the country, about everything from his journey into the world of head injury research to the future of American football.