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Gross Anatomy

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Gross Anatomy is hosted and created by Dr. Jason Cohen and Lauren Taylor. The purpose of the show is to address some of the medical questions Dr. Jason Cohen is asked by friends, family and often strangers with help from his non doctor co-host, Lauren Taylor. Lauren isn’t afraid to ask the questions people who didn’t go to medical school want to know. **GROSS ANATOMY IS NOT INTENDED TO BE A SUBSTITUTE FOR PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE, DIAGNOSIS, OR TREATMENT. ALWAYS SEEK THE ADVICE OF YOUR PH ...
 
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When do surgeons get a holiday? We discuss what it means to be on-call and to be on back-up call and how to negotiate your holiday time as an MD. Then, (4 minute mark) we get into some gross anatomy and talk about a rectal foreign body removal that had to be performed on Thanksgiving day. And, Dr. Cohen gives some final thoughts on Movember and exp…
 
Dr. Steve Rad — a double board certified Obstetrician Gynecologist with sub-specialty training in Maternal-Fetal Medicine / Perinatology —joins the show! We talk with Dr. Rad about detailed ultrasounds, how fetal surgery is performed and why he fell in love with obstetrics. He also tells us what it was like watching his wife go through her own high…
 
We are so excited to have wine entrepreneur and Miss USA - Nana Meriwether - on the show! Nana tells us how finding out she was pre-diabetic led her on a wellness journey that completely changed her career path and life. And, she explains how studying herbalism led to her founding Cale, a healthier wine made from herbs, and the launch of Hibiscus P…
 
We discuss the New York Times article "I Am Caught between the Two Worlds of the ICU and TV" written by a doctor who is also a producer on the scripted series The Resident.Then, our In-House doc (Dr. Cohen) analyzes the realities of readers comments on the article. Comments that include... how TV shows can create false miracle-like expectations in …
 
We discuss 9/11 and where we were on that day 20 years ago. Then, Dr. Cohen talks about having two terrorists as patients before 2001 and what it was like providing care while the FBI was closely watching.Plus, we discuss the Telluride Film Festival and the new films it made us aware of that we desperately want to watch.…
 
Dr. Theodric (Ricci) Hendrix is honestly more than just a doctor, he’s also a screenwriter, painter, photographer and currently finishing a four year program in Eastern Medicine. So, how did he manage to do so much while running his own OB-GYN practice? He answers this question and gives us some insight into his life. He also tells us how growing u…
 
Dr. Cohen returns from Africa and shares the highlights of his trip. Plus, we talk about the mass response we’ve received to a question on our previous episode: “Should surgeons perform surgery on their friends?” Then, Dr. Cohen gives a review of the Oscar winning movie he selected on his flight back — 'The Father’ starring Anthony Hopkins.…
 
Sometimes it’s good to take a pause from the medical and just talk magic! We talk to magician Anna DeGuzman about performing at The Magic Castle, the lack of female magicians and how magic produces a sense of wonder. Plus, we talk about her Rubik’s Cube magic and discuss our favorite magic movies.We also have video of Anna performing magic, visit o…
 
We are thrilled to have the founder of Natural Model Management and the creator/author of Healthy is the New Skinny - Katie Willcox - on the show! Katie explains how being a model is nothing like what you see on America's Next Top Model and why she started a modeling agency that represents women of all sizes and ethnicities.Katie also tells us how …
 
Hype author and pediatric otolaryngologist, Dr. Nina Shapiro returns to the show! Last time we talked(at the start of 2020) the coronavirus wasn't something most doctors were that worried about — so we wanted to meet again(this time via Zoom) and discuss what medical experts got wrong about Covid-19. Plus, we ask the Hype expert what she's hearing …
 
TV producer Andy Lassner joins the show! Andy and Dr. Cohen discuss growing up together in New York and how that shaped them. Then, Andy tells us how he became a daytime talk show producer and how he overcame his struggle with addiction and is now 22 years sober. Plus, he tells us how the segment ‘Average Andy’ on The Ellen Show came to be and why …
 
Dr. Abe Malkin has achieved a lot at a young age, which includes getting an MD and MBA, working at Goldman Sachs, starting his own concierge medicine practice, creating a drip hydration business and becoming board certified in Addiction Medicine. So naturally, we ask Dr. Malkin to explain his strategy to leading a successful life. Plus, Dr. Malkin …
 
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…
 
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 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 prosth…
 
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 injurie…
 
We thought it would be helpful and interesting to pull clips from some of our favorite interviews. In this clip, producer/director Brett Ratner discusses the important role mentors have had on his career and tells us four key steps to becoming successful in your career or craft.If you want to listen to the full Brett Ratner interview, go to our web…
 
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