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Medically Speaking Radio

By Mark Vaughan, M.D. and Larry Finney

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Description

Weekly entertaining medical talk radio show with listener calls and interviews with medical specialists.

Customer Reviews

This is Perhaps the Best Podcast You Will Ever Hear.

Yo Internet Peeps. I gotta say this, the show is Bomb. Thas right, I know you hear me. So listen up cuz they tell the way it is. That Mark Vaughan's legit, but you should flip the D cuz instead of M.D. he's really M.C. He spits the facts like there's no time to relax cuz when it comes to health he's there to share the wealth, of information, yeah. But don't forget Larry "Dr. Bon Mot" Finney. he'll hit you with the words, make it a phrase, now a sentence. Soon be laughin' so hard you'll be asking for repentance. Well that's about it, time for me to quit. So in closing. When it comes to podcasts this show's got bling, and yeah its the Medically Speaking Radio King.

Great podcast

A great, informative podcast. Thanks Dr. A. ;-)

Couldn't listen because of the Politics

Saying patient's problems are due to "Lifestyle choices" is a cop out for doctors who do not know how, or do not take the time to fully investigate all the causes of a patient's symptoms. Obesity for example--there is a massive research literature that shows that people who become obese are those that handle calories in a way to promotes obesity. People who do not have a "thrifty metabolism" or other risk factors for obesity do not become obese People who become alcoholic inherit genetic risk factors for alcoholism. People whose bodies metabolize alcohol in a way that makes alcohol more addictive are the ones that become alcoholics. Most people do not become alcoholics because their bodies handle alcohol in a way that they get uncomfortably nauseated before they drink sufficient quantities of alcohol long enough to become physically depented on the alcohol.

I practiced medicine for 28 years. I got so tired of hearing doctors blame patients. I question the medical judgment of anyone who starts off their podcast complaing that "preventative services cannot be free" and "people make lifestyle choices." Those sorts of statements are just personal opinions--complaints, really--and not an analysis using scientific thinking.

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  • Category: Medicine
  • Language: English

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