Summary: A Medical Mixtape Produced by The Rawest Crew of Medical Doctors in Modern Medicine—Hacking Heartbeats, Hard Beats & Everything in Between.
In this episode, we discuss the ultimate expression of true friendship— donating a kidney to your BFF. Big H dissects Selena Gomez's recent announcement of undergoing a kidney transplant this summer.
In this episode, Dee tells a story about how a song off the new Joey Bada$$ album made him cry in his car. This led to a conversation about cultivating intuition, embracing fear & learning to doctor.
In this episode, Dee talks about the time he spoke at a Health Conference for inner city High School kids where they served candy & chips for snacks unapologetically. Join us for a really fun one!
Dee & Reesh talk about why a Nurse in Utah got arrested for doing her job & how AI might help the Police Brutality problem in America. Big H also reports on how real Exoskeletons are being used today!
In this episode, we explore the theme of prevention with help from Rap legend KRS-One & Comedian Sinbad. We also talk about the dangers of Alternative "Medicine" using the case study of Steve Jobs.
In this episode, we talk about sleep-deprived doctors, the 6-figure word for "Someone F*cked up" in Medicine, Mental Health vacations for Pop Stars like Justin Bieber & Sleep Hygeine in a digital age.
In this episode, Dee talks about a way to remember everything you will ever learn FOREVER. Also, Big H drops some knowledge about the most charitable viral sensation ever—The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Reesh talks about the roots of Medicine ReMixed while bringing attention to an inspiring initiative by Dr. Christopher Emdin & GZA from the Wu Tang Clan to teach inner NYC students about science.
Dee talks about the psychological roots behind "Big Data" and how the field of "Psychometrics" revolutionized marketing to the point where your social media account knows you better than your family.
Dee Bunked lyrically biopsies "Smile" from Jay-Z's album 4:44 with particular focus on the history of homosexuality in the field of Psychiatry and the culture of homophobia in Rap music.
Can Anti-depressants turn you into a killer? What happens when Kanye West goes off his Lexapro? And what the f*ck is "Glossolalia?" These are the questions we answer in this episode of Shrink Rap!
On this episode, we get a call-in from comedian Melissa Stokoski asking about her menstrual cycle. Dr. Rama drops some knowledge about how that time of the month works for women and other wisdom.
In this episode, we talk about a brand of coffee that was shut down by the FDA for it's arousing effects on men. We also talk about how pharmaceutical drugs get named. Definitely a stimulating one!
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!