Dr. Cohen answers some listener questions about medical fashion and what the various scrub colors mean, then he shares some surgical and very ‘gross anatomy’ stories and (at the 15 min. mark) he gives a surgeon’s take/review on the pilot episode of the Fox TV series The Resident.
Calling all medical students or anyone just looking for a good story on mentorship, this episode is for you. Dr. Cohen’s mentor, Dr. Leo Gordon, joins the show!
Dr. Gordon explains how doctors were trained differently when he first started and how some of his experiences were relatable to the book House of God. He also gives some pointers to people in the medical field looking for a mentor (28 minute mark). Plus, he tells us why his favorite medical show is Charité on Netflix.
Every January is National CBD Month and why we thought it would be appropriate to revamp a special interview episode from last year with an expert in cannabis based medicine — Dr. Sherry Yafai.
Dr. Yafai is the founder of The Releaf Institute which was created to educate individuals on how to use cannabis products to accomplish their personal goals for medical treatment. She explains the difference in THC and CBD (24 minute mark) and answers our many questions about the medical use of cannabis.
In our latest episode, we talk about Dr. Dre being admitted to the hospital for a brain aneurysm, how the U.S. went from 96 thousand people that used telehealth in 2019 to 18 million who used it in 2020, why the book Ready Player One is relevant, the surgeon stereotype the TV show Scrubs gets right and more!
Anya Nicolodi joins the show to discuss what it takes to become a social media influencer and the importance of being honest with your followers. And, she explains how other people and medical professionals can become ‘influencers’ too.
Plus, she tells us why one of her favorite medical TV shows is The Resident.
It’s our end of the year episode, where we discuss the changes and challenges Dr. Cohen faced as a doctor this year, resolutions for 2021 and the ‘best of’ 2020 streaming shows.
In this episode we discuss the podcast Dr. Death, the importance of Morbidity and mortality (M&M) conferences and why it’s okay to get a second opinion.
Dr. Cohen gives us some updates about what he’s seeing at the hospital. Then, we review People magazine’s four ‘People of the Year’ — George Clooney, Regina King, Dr. Anthony Fauci & Selena Gomez.
We also decide on another person (the most noncontroversial character we could think of) who should be on the list for providing a lot of happiness this year.
For the first time, we have a urologist on the show — Dr. Justin Houman! We ask Dr. Houman our most pressing questions about urology and men’s health. Questions include… When to see a urologist? What’s the success rate of vasectomies? What can be done about frequent urination? And even more topics, like testicular and prostate cancer, penile prosthesis surgery and erectile dysfunction.
Dr. Robert Klapper, host of ESPN’s Weekend Warrior radio show and a renown orthopedic surgeon, joins us on the podcast! Dr. Klapper tells us how a kid from Far Rockaway got into an Ivy League school and how an art history class completely changed his life. He also explains why he became a Lakers fan and why people want him to explain sports injuries using his acclaimed Klapper Vision.