Medicine, ReMixed

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We know that Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan 🐐 didn’t actually have the flu during the famous “flu game,” but what i...
05/23/2020

We know that Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan 🐐 didn’t actually have the flu during the famous “flu game,” but what if bad pizza wasn’t to blame either? With the Last Dance docuseries ending last weekend, we ride the nostalgia of the Bulls dynasty and revisit Jordan’s legendary sick game to explore the medical conditions that have been mentioned in the speculation surrounding the game. ⁣

🦠 Stomach Flu?⁣
🗻 Altitude sickness?⁣
🏆 Championship fatigue?⁣

Tune in while it’s hot 🔥⁣
Streaming now on all platforms!⁣

What did you think of The #LastDance?

04/20/2020
Gargi Mehta Inside The Hospital Interview promo

In the fourth episode of our “Inside the Hospital” series, we chop it up with Gargi Mehta, a critical care physician assistant as well as Manager of the Medical ICU & Acute Medicine Advance Practice Providers at one of the largest hospitals in New York City. We talk about how COVID-19 patients wind up in the ICU, some common patterns being seen with younger patients infected with COVID-19, "the invisible 50" in the hospital that we don't hear about in the media, and how healthcare providers in the epicenter of this pandemic are dealing with the overwhelming nature of what they're experiencing on a daily basis.

Listen to the full episode wherever you listen to podcasts! https://anchor.fm/medicineremixed/episodes/Inside-the-HospitalCOVID-19-in-a-New-York-City-ICU-ft--Gargi-Mehta--PA-C-ed0e5i/a-a1vqj7j

04/13/2020
Inside The Hospital | Understanding COVID-19 (ft. Taylor Heald-Sargent, MD, PhD)

In our third episode of the “Inside the Hospital” series, we switch it up and listen in as one of our homies Dhwanil (IG @dthakk21)🎙️explores the Coronavirus family with Dr. Taylor Heald-Sargent, an expert virologist and Pediatric Infectious Disease fellow with a PhD on Human Coronavirus entry ↗️⁣

They have a great discussion about the initial SARS epidemic from the early 2000s and how we’re applying what we learned from it to our current fight against COVID-19. They kick knowledge on why children seem to be spared from serious illness during this pandemic and why health care workers seem to suffer much worse outcomes. 🏥⁣ ⁣

Listen to the full episode wherever you listen to podcasts!⁣
https://anchor.fm/dashboard/episode/ecn6vb

Stay inside and keep it locked 🔒🎧

Taylor's Twitter: @taylorhealedme

04/05/2020
Dr. Akilah Jefferson on COVID-19

In our second episode of the “Inside the Hospital” series, we chop it up with Akilah Jefferson Shah, MD, MSc, an NIH-trained allergist-immunologist, about public health and immunology related to COVID-19. Akilah trained with Dr. Anthony Fauci at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). Akilah discusses everything from how vaccines work, experimental treatments for the novel coronavirus, why younger people are being affected more with COVID-19 in the U.S. than in other countries, if pets can get infected with coronavirus, and so much more in this action-packed episode containing useful information for everyone out there trying to make sense of the pandemic. Listen to the full episode wherever you listen to podcasts. Enjoy! https://anchor.fm/medicineremixed/episodes/Inside-The-Hospital--How-to-fight-COVID-19--ft--Akilah-Jefferson--MD-ecdva8/a-a1s1nfs

03/30/2020
Inside The Hospital (ft. Calvin Sun, MD)

We just launched a new series called “Inside The Hospital,” where we connect with healthcare workers holding down the front-line of the current COVID-19 pandemic. In our first episode, we chop it up with Calvin D. Sun, MD, an ER physician in NYC who has been working tirelessly both treating COVID-19 patients and also playing a significant role in the media (featured by Vox, Thrillist, Fox News,VICE, The Wall Street Journal) by ringing the alarm about the dire shortages of PPE (personal protective equipment). Calvin offers a unique perspective in this episode as he is currently working in several emergency rooms as a Per Diem physician in the epicenter of this pandemic. Listen to the full episode wherever you listen to podcasts! https://anchor.fm/medicineremixed/episodes/Inside-The-Hospital--Fighting-COVID-19-in-NYC-ERs-ft--Calvin-Sun--MD-ec4b90/a-a1q7np5

03/02/2020
Doctormentary interview with Saya Nagori, MD

Our latest episode of Doctormentaries on Medicine ReMixed features Saya Nagori, MD, a board-certified ophthalmologist, serial entrepreneur, telemedicine expert, startup advisor, social media influencer and speaker based in Washington, DC. She is most well-known for being the Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Simple Health, a telemedicine platform that allows patients to do everything from renew contact lens prescriptions to getting birth control right from home. Saya also recently launched a media company focused on women’s health called FemHealth Project. She also started an annual conference for physician-entrepreneurs called the Medicine Innovation & Entrepreneurship Conf : Washington DC March 2020. In this episode, Saya discusses her failed businesses leading up to Simple Health, advice for people interested in starting a business, how to deal with rejection, and tips on how to think less and do more. Lots of gems in this one, especially for anyone interested in entrepreneurship! Listen basically wherever you get your podcast fix.

And don’t forget to get your tickets for the MIE Conference on March 28-29, 2020 in Washington DC before it sells out. Use the Promo code “MRX” for $100 off! (https://www.medicineandtech.com/mie2020-tickets ) We’ll be there DJ’ing as the official music sponsor! 💊🔥🎤

02/18/2020
Being ReMixed

MEDICINE REMIXED is BACK!

Tune into the first episode of the 4th season to hear Dee & Reesh peel back the layers on the nebulous term “unhappy”, the value of just “being”, and how to get yourself to do (cool) sh*t in 2020. We’re pumped to share the latest in music, medicine, and media with you guys and gyals in the brand new season of MRx.

More automatic/supersonic/hypnotic/funky-fresh content coming real soon! Stream us wherever you get your podcast fix! 🎧🔥 https://anchor.fm/medicineremixed/episodes/Thoughts-By-PrescriptionSimple-Mental-Health-Tips-For-Everyone--Getting-Yourself-To-Do-Sht-in-2020-eaq8ti/a-a1f5kjo

A little haiku that says "[Eye] Love You!" 😍 Retinal hemorrhage (bleeding into the back of your eye) can be caused by a ...
02/14/2020

A little haiku that says "[Eye] Love You!" 😍 Retinal hemorrhage (bleeding into the back of your eye) can be caused by a traumatic head injury (i.e. from accidents, falls) or from long term health conditions like High Blood Pressure and Diabetes. So this Valentine's Day remember to be safe, don't piss off your date, and don't eat too much chocolate. Happy Valentine's Day from Medicine ReMixed! ❤️

P.S. New Season of Medicine ReMixed dropping in a few days! 💊🎤

ICYMI: In our most recent podcast episode, we discuss Kanye West recently opening up about his Bipolar disorder on the N...
06/11/2019

ICYMI: In our most recent podcast episode, we discuss Kanye West recently opening up about his Bipolar disorder on the Netflix show “My next guest needs no introduction with David Letterman.” We talk about how accurate his testimony is about being hospitalized in a psychiatric facility and some dangerous claims he makes about his approach to treatment. Listen wherever you listen to podcasts! https://anchor.fm/medicineremixed/episodes/Thoughts-By-Prescription-Ep--5--A-Psychiatrists-take-on-Kanye-West-speaking-about-his-Bipolar-Disorder-e49dl8

05/17/2019

NEW EPISODE ALERT! In this one, Dee & Reesh talk about stupid consults in the hospital, how to better phrase questions to get people to do sh*t for you, celebrating wins in Healthcare and so much more! Some great stories, insights and laughs in this one, so don't miss it! #NOFOMO Listen on Spotify or Anchor or wherever you listen to podcasts! https://anchor.fm/medicineremixed/episodes/Thoughts-by-Prescription-Ep--2Stupid-Consults--Phrasing-Questions-in-Your-Favor--Celebrating-Wins-in-Healthcare-e42c8f/a-a42et5

05/09/2019

In our salute to great nurses this Nurses Week, we replay a classic conversation we had on the podcast about a Utah nurse who got aggressively arrested for protecting her patient back in 2017, which somehow leads to a discussion about how Artifical Intelligence might be able to help with Healthcare and Police Brutality problems in America. This is one of the more interesting and powerful conversations we've had on the show. Let us know what you think!

Listen wherever you get your podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/throwback-thursday-nurses-week-weak-cops/id1254319664?i=1000437597240

05/03/2019
Junior Seau & Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Awareness

On May 2, 2012, NFL Hall of Fame Linebacker Junior Seau shot himself in the chest with a .357 magnum revolver at his home in Oceanside, CA. He was only 43. It’s thought that Junior deliberately shot himself in the chest so that his brain could be studied by scientists. Five specialists consulted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) by the NFL ultimately diagnosed Seau with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), the disease found in dozens of former players that died way too young. The fact that Junior Seau never had a diagnosed concussion in his 20 seasons playing professional football raised many questions for the NFL and scientists trying to study his brain. Junior Seau’s diagnosis certainly brought the NFL concussion debate to another level in mainstream media given his high profile status and fame. What do you think is the future of the NFL and Football in America? Comment below.

05/02/2019

NEW MRX PODCAST! In this "experimental" episode, Dee & Reesh have a raw conversation about imposter syndrome, making decisions for other people, why most people don’t really know what they want in life, what many young doctors are afraid when they start their careers, and we also touch a little bit on parenting and taking care of aging parents. Listen wherever you get your podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thoughts-by-prescription-ep-1-imposter-syndrome-fears/id1254319664?i=1000437035093

Send us a message and let us know if you like this style of episode! As always, thanks for supporting us!

04/18/2019

NEW EPISODE OF MEDICINE REMIXED IS OUT NOW!

Our first episode of the new season is a lost interview we did with the amazing Patrick Daniel from The Great Everything podcast about intentions for choosing a career in Medicine, changing careers to pursue creative endeavors, and the origins of Medicine ReMixed. This is a really good episode with a ton of insights about why we choose our careers and how to pursue your passions. Listen wherever you get your podcasts! https://anchor.fm/medicineremixed/episodes/The-Lost-Medical-TapesDee--Reesh-get-interviewed-by-Patrick-Daniel-from-The-Great-Everything-Podcast-e3p5av/a-a3vusv

01/21/2019

In the fall of 1958, a middle-aged woman named Izola Curry got dressed up to go see a young author signing copies of his book at Blumstein’s Department Store in Harlem, New York. She had to see for herself that it was in fact the Southern author in the flesh that had visited her neck of the woods. After waiting in line to meet the young writer, Izola asked the famous man if it was really him. When he said yes, she replied, “ Ive been looking for you for 5 years.” Then she did something no one could have expected. She took a steel letter opener out of her bag and penetrated the blade into the young man’s chest.

When cops arrived to the crime scene, they found the young author seated calmly with the letter opener’s ivory handle sticking out of his chest just under his collarbone. With the gravity of the situation readily apparent, one of the officers warned the famous victim, “Don’t sneeze, don’t even speak.” He was then rushed to Harlem Hospital where the chief of thoracic and vascular surgery Dr. John Cordice, Jr. and trauma surgeon Dr. Emil Naclero were called in for emergency surgery. Reportedly coming from a wedding, Dr. Naclero arrived still wearing a tuxedo and prepared for surgery. In a grueling operation, the surgeons sawed open the patient's chest only to find the tip of the blade touching only the most important artery in his body—the aorta. The blade was carefully removed with surgical clamps and the chest was wired shut with the overlying skin stapled closed. The author’s surgeons told him that the police officer’s warning wasn’t far from the truth. The edge of the blade had been resting on his aorta, and any sudden movements may have caused a fatal puncture of the crucial vessel causing the writer to drown in his own blood.

Meanwhile, the unassuming would-be assassin was caught by police and later diagnosed by two psychiatrists with paranoid schizophrenia. She spent the rest of her life in mental institutions. After learning about his attempted murderer, the recovering author was quick to forgive her, publicly stating that he felt "no ill will" towards her and hoped that she would get the necessary help "to become a free and constructive member of society.”
The author recalled this near-death experience a decade later on April 3, 1968 in a now famous speech called “I’ve Seen the Mountaintop.” That young writer was none other than Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The day after delivering his speech, King was shot dead by assassin James Earl Ray in Memphis, TN.

Our latest episode of the podcast features Dr. Calvin D. Sun, who is a board-certified Emergency Medicine physician, pub...
01/17/2019

Our latest episode of the podcast features Dr. Calvin D. Sun, who is a board-certified Emergency Medicine physician, public speaker, civil-rights activist, breakdancer, DJ, world traveler, and entrepreneur based out of New York. Calvin attended Columbia University for his undergraduate studies and then went on to study medicine at SUNY Downstate College of Medicine. Last year, he wrapped up his residency training at Jacobi Medical Center, where he also served as Director of Resident Wellness. He travelled over 160 countries over the course of medical school and residency without skipping class or missing any shifts! Calvin is currently working Locum Tenens as an Emergency Medicine physician for some of the busiest ERs & Trauma Centers in the country. He is also the Founder & CEO of The Monsoon Diaries: a blog-turned-travel company where he has personally taken hundreds of readers to a variety of countries, including places like North Korea, Chernobyl, and Antarctica! The Monsoon Diaries has been featured on National Geographic Travel, Business Insider, and the The Rachel Maddow Show. This episode covers everything from living in the moment and doing things for the right reasons to the perspective hacking nature of traveling the world. There’s something for everyone in this can’t miss first episode of the new season/new year of Medicine ReMixed! Listen on Apple Podcasts or basically wherever you get your podcasts! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/medicine-remixed/id1254319664?mt=2#episodeGuid=6330113f-d68c-c54a-02fa-37be24764132

ICYMI: Our latest episode of Doctormentaries (doctor interview series) features Eric Madrid MD, a board-certified family...
12/13/2018

ICYMI: Our latest episode of Doctormentaries (doctor interview series) features Eric Madrid MD, a board-certified family medicine doctor with an interest in holistic/root-cause medicine. Eric is the Author of the Vitamin D Prescription: The Healing Power of the Sun & How It Can Save Your Life. His podcast "Heal Thyself: A Holistic Health Approach" has been featured on Apple's Top Health podcasts and has even made appearances on the Top Overall Podcast Charts several times. This episode covers everything from nutrition and supplements, doctors doing social media and podcasting and the perspective hacking nature of doing medical missionary work. There's something for everyone in this one! Listen to it wherever you listen to podcasts! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/doctormentary-holistic-health-approaches-dr-eric-madrid/id1254319664?i=1000425676145&mt=2

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Featured again on the Medicine, ReMixed podcast this week, although under less happier circumstances. https://anchor.fm/medicineremixed/episodes/Inside-The-Hospital--Fighting-COVID-19-in-NYC-ERs-ft--Calvin-Sun--MD-ec4b90/a-a1q7np5
Featured again on the Medicine, ReMixed podcast this week, although under less happier circumstances. https://anchor.fm/medicineremixed/episodes/Inside-The-Hospital--Fighting-COVID-19-in-NYC-ERs-ft--Calvin-Sun--MD-ec4b90/a-a1q7np5
School is back in session! You made sure your kids had the right kicks, the freshest clothes and right book bag... but what have you done to ensure that their #BRAIN is on point?! Well, don't worry, Medicine, ReMixed has you covered. Listen to today's show where we teach you about "spaced repetition" and the HUGE benefits it can have on your youngster's ability to remember what hey learn... FOREVER! #YoureWelcom #BTS ;)