Best Lasik podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Answer Me This!
Monthly
 
Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann host the award-winning podcast that has been answering the world's questions since 2007. Visit our official website at answermethispodcast.com and buy episodes 1-200, albums and apps at answermethisstore.com
 
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If I Were You
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Tune in every Monday to If I Were You as Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld offer advice in areas they're qualified to talk about. Also in areas they're not qualified to talk about. Email them with your own sticky situations and they’ll find the solution: IfIWereYouShow@gmail.com.
 
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Rugby City Podcast
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Stories, commentary, ideas, & philosophy for the Rugby Way of Life.
 
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Absolutely Nothing
Monthly+
 
Feeding the streets with straight heat. Steve and Eric talk about everything except politics. Inspired by the Joe Rogan Experience.
 
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Answer Me This!
Monthly
 
Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann host the award-winning podcast that has been answering the world's questions since 2007. Visit our official website at answermethispodcast.com and buy episodes 1-200, albums and apps at answermethisstore.com
 
Wander and be enlightened by the endlessly fascinating inner universe that is the human body. We speak with experts, Nobel laureates, cancer survivors and healthcare workers who share their unique perspectives on wellness and living and the latest medical research.
 
A podcast following traveling physical therapist, Dr. Dylan Callier, as he interviews other experts within the travel healthcare field to provide information for all medical travelers.
 
Three hosts. Two female. One male. This podcast is a young "professional" perspective on current events and navigating life as a young twenty-something year old. Follow us on instagram @koalkhara @malmoul @crum1
 
The School for Self Healing is a non-profit centered on the proven practice that people can improve their vision, health awareness, and physical systems through movement exercises and dedication. The school was founded by Meir Schneider, and offers private sessions, workshops, lectures, classes, and seminars. We work with clients with a wide variety of difficulties, from macular degeneration to back pain, and are a holistic therapy that works to rehabilitate those that come to our doors. Mei ...
 
Fox Sports Australia's Laurie Horesh, Melanie Dinjaski and Patrick Stack whip around the action on and off the field in the NFL, looking at some of the lighter moments from the game's biggest characters and chat to Australians leaving their footprint on the US stage.
 
DeviceTalks, a podcast from the makers of MassDevice, brings you conversations with leaders of the companies that are changing medicine. From entrepreneurial stories to technological breakthroughs, our conversations with leaders in medtech touch upon the most interesting and pressing issues in medicine. The podcast was created by MassDevice.com, the online business journal of the medical device industry. MassDevice covers the medical device world's hottest news about the medical device industry
 
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HappySlip
Monthly
 
Christine Gambito, also known by her screen name HappySlip, is a Filipina American internet personality, actress, and comedian.
 
UVA Health System includes a 604-bed hospital, level I trauma center, nationally recognized cancer and heart centers and primary and specialty clinics throughout Central Virginia.
 
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From 14 February 2013, here's retro AMT246: what's the point of kissing? Why were those particular animals chosen for the Chinese zodiac? What are the alumni of Fame Academy 2002 up to, 11 years later? Plus, Olly has a Brilliant Business Idea that he still hasn't acted on, so it's yours for the taking if you so desire. The original post about t ...…
 
From 14 February 2013, here's retro AMT246: what's the point of kissing? Why were those particular animals chosen for the Chinese zodiac? What are the alumni of Fame Academy 2002 up to, 11 years later? Plus, Olly has a Brilliant Business Idea that he still hasn't acted on, so it's yours for the taking if you so desire. The original post about t ...…
 
We return with our monthly mental health clinic with consultant clinical psychologist Paul J. On this segment, we address your concerns regarding mental, emotional and psychosocial issues.
 
If you’re over 30, you’re probably already losing muscle. Just like the rest of the body, our muscles age with us. Consultant orthopaedic surgeon Dr Rajesh Singh gives us a 101 on muscles and how to prevent or reverse its loss as we get older.
 
In this episode we discuss Denmark, Cupid, and of course... hooks. Tickets still available to our show in Washington DC on March 9! Come on out and party with us.By ifiwereyoushow@gmail.com (Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld).
 
Your pancreatic health plays an important role in your quality of life. So how much do we really understand about our pancreas? In today’s show we discuss the common diseases associated with this glandular organ, such as diabetes, pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer and why the latter is one of the deadliest and most aggressive forms of the disease.…
 
Dr George Lee returns to discuss the latest medical news. Expect deep insights delivered with generous humour. Every now and then, news about the safety of LASIK – the laser eye surgery – will resurface. A former official from the Food and Drug Administration in the US, who led the FDA team to approve LASIK has said that the decision was a mist ...…
 
In one short day the students of our Six Day Vision Improvement Workshop will arrive. From a long or short distance, we welcome you! Meir stresses in his podcast the importance of body awareness. We must take care of our own bodies the way we do of our professional and social relationships. In addition, Meir leads us on a simple, relaxing exerc ...…
 
International Rare Disease Day falls on the last day of February each year. So, joining resident neuroscientist and geneticist Dr Azlina Ahmad Annuar on her show this month is Muha Aziz, who shares his story about living with a rare disease.
 
In 2018, Phil Bryant won the DIAA National Championship with Bowling Green State University’s Rugby Team, but his story starts much further back than this. When Phil was 13, he had already lost his Mom and was taking care of his paralyzed father. Before he graduated High School, Phil lost his Dad to pneumonia, and became an orphan. The grief he ...…
 
Almost 90% of breast cancer deaths are avoidable – according to one study in Malaysia. Why are women dying unnecessarily from breast cancer? Could we save more women if we could improve access to cancer care? We explore this on our Public Health series with Azrul Mohd Khalib, CEO, Galen Centre for Health & Social Policy, Datin Paduka Prof Dr Te ...…
 
In this message, Meir brought home the idea that nature is a part of us. We can use nature to become healthier, but not just when it's comfortable and convenient. Embrace the cold, the rain, the wind.This theme resonates to the eyes and whole body as well, and is a key to self-healing.Meir appeared today on WPFW/ Washington, DC 's To Your Healt ...…
 
A word from our sponsor! Join us for top-notch advice in today’s episode as we dive into an article by Laura of Nomadicare and discuss some recruiter red flags. 1:35- https://www.nomadicare.com/recruiter-qa/travel-nurse-recruiter-red-flags 4:55- What to Say No to 9:47- Submittal Without Approval 14:10- Not Showing Full Pay Package 25:15- Not Pu ...…
 
Stroke kills approximately 6,000 people in Malaysia every year. Getting fast treatment immediately after a stroke can save your life. Dr Loh Pei Kee, Consultant Neurologist, Ara Damansara Medical Centre, tells us more about recognising a stroke and getting medical attention in time.
 
In this episode we discuss being pissed off, and getting pissed on. Plus a follow-up pup from an angry girlfriend! For more If I Were You check out our Patreon page at Patreon.com/JA!By ifiwereyoushow@gmail.com (Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld).
 
Painkillers can be easily purchased by almost anyone. We use it for a variety of reasons, from fevers to relieving aches. Today, we take a deeper look at what this drug does and how long term usage could affect our physical and psychological well being.
 
Dr George Lee returns to discuss the latest medical news. Expect deep insights delivered with generous humour. Joining him this week is Prof Rohan Rajan, the UK-based physician behind the Neverest Orthopaedic Foundation that delivers medical and humanitarian services to Nepal.
 
This month's questioneers want to know what bullet journals are for, where hamsters come from, when the legal drinking age was invented, and what to do with a large painting by their friend which they hate. Find out more about this episode at http://answermethispodcast.com/episode370. Send us questions for future episodes: email written words o ...…
 
This month's questioneers want to know what bullet journals are for, where hamsters come from, when the legal drinking age was invented, and what to do with a large painting by their friend which they hate. Find out more about this episode at http://answermethispodcast.com/episode370. Send us questions for future episodes: email written words o ...…
 
Current wisdom is that sunlight is damaging to the eyes, and the eyes should be protected with sunglasses or other devices. Not so. In this message of the week, Meir talks about the benefits of the sun, and how the sun can heal and be good for us: immune system, bones, eyes, even healing of wounds! Listen to this message and live well.…
 
In this message of the week, Meir notes how his physical interaction between him and people, in-person, will offer the greatest benefit. He has helped many thousands of people improve their eyesight without using surgery or lenses. He has helped many to improve their physical health to the point they do not need wheelchairs.Meir also discusses ...…
 
February is Low Vision Awareness Month! Meir Schneider talks about growing up blind and how he has helped low vision students and clients improve their vision naturally.By media@self-healing.org (Meir Schneider).
 
Eating disorders are not about food, greed or hunger. They are complex psychological conditions, tied to our cultural notions about body image and health. Consultant psychiatrist Dr Gurdeep Grewal is here to help us understand eating disorders as a psychosocial issue. He is joined by Ismail Amsyar Mohd Said, who will share about having lived wi ...…
 
Meir had a great appearance with Joni Eisenberg Monday morning. He invites everyone to listen to his friends at To Heal DC on WPFW. https://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=567579760Meir offers a lot of insight on how our attention downward on our smartphones, tablets, and computers lead to vision problems, and he offers practical, easy-to-do ...…
 
Welcome back Julia Kuhn of Traveling Traveler! Today's episode? "A Dependent Generation of Travelers" 1:50- https://www.thetravelingtraveler.com/... 6:20- Imperfect Action 7:50- Set a Date 9:20- Sense of Dependence Podcast: www.newmedicalnomads.com/p/podcast Safe community for medical traveling questions: https://www.facebook.com/groups/newme.. ...…
 
Friend and resident dumbass is on the show to discuss puking, peeing, and eating ice cream. Plus our Super Bowl bet!By ifiwereyoushow@gmail.com (Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld).
 
X-rays, CAT scans and MRIs have become common terms in our everyday language, as these imaging techniques are increasingly being used to diagnose and treat diseases. But how much do you know about the professionals behind the scenes, the medical physicists who ensure that you receive safe doses of radiation? Prof Ng Kwan Hoong, from the Departm ...…
 
We feature Eric Duechle of the Major League Rugby Inaugural Champion, Seattle Seawolves. We talk about about his Rugby journey, The Seawolves culture, and of course Rucky the…Seawolf? Orca? Mascot.
 
In this podcast, Meir is emphasizing that there is room for optimism in one’s life.In fact, this is why he wrote his first book, Movement For Self-Healing.How you can overcome back problems, invites you to attend his free lecture on improving yourback next Friday, February 8, 6:30-8PM.Meir explains that he teaches his classes to show that when ...…
 
The British Medical Journal published a new paper that said that fertility treatment facilities must be more transparent about the treatments offered. While this applies to the UK, what is the fertility treatment like in Malaysia? We speak to fertility specialist Dr Helena Lim who walks us through the whole process from start to end.…
 
We tend to assume that it’s normal for people to become frail as they get older. However, being frail is actually a medical syndrome that increases your risk of poor health outcomes, including death. We learn more about the frailty syndrome from Prof Dr Shahrul Bahyah Binti Kamaruzzaman, Consultant Geriatrician from University Malaya Medical Ce ...…
 
Meir emphasizes the importance of blood flow to good and poor health. He notes that many degenerative conditions, both of vision and of the body, result from poor circulation.Try going out in the cold, and see how your body warms. If you are still cold, you may have poor circulation. Meir demonstrates two simple yet effective exercises to impro ...…
 
If you were to suffer a cardiac arrest at home or at work, your survival would depend on a bystander giving you immediate CPR to help get your heart beating again. Today we cover why community CPR is an important pre-hospital care service and why we need to learn this life-saving procedure.
 
In this episode we discuss DND, DDR, and Amir's previous lives. For more If I Were You, check out our Patreon page!By ifiwereyoushow@gmail.com (Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld).
 
Today’s episode is all about why you SHOULD travel, with a little but of why you shouldn’t (hint: there’s not many reasons not to). Join me as I discuss “11 Reasons Why You Need To Be A Travel PT, and 1 Why Not,” a blog entry by Stephen Stockhausen of ptadventures.com. 1:30- https://ptadventures.com/11-reasons-why-1-reason-why-not/ 2:50- Learn ...…
 
The placenta plays a vital role in ensuring the health of the foetus during pregnancy. This transient organ may hold the key to understanding pregnancy disorders. In today’s show, we try to answer questions surrounding placental health and research.
 
Dr George Lee returns to discuss the latest medical news. Expect deep insights delivered with generous humour. Many of us do not consume enough fibre in our food, but a recent review by the World Health Organization has found that it can reduce the chances of heart attacks, strokes and diseases such as type-2 diabetes. On today’s show, we sit d ...…
 
A taste of our bonus video episode available in full over on Patreon.com/JA! We discuss book clubs, Vermont, and yes, joy.By ifiwereyoushow@gmail.com (Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld).
 
Naya Tapper, right, of the U.S. breaks a tackle of New Zealand’s Sarah Goss during their women’s semifinal match at the World Rugby Sevens Series tournament in Sydney, Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft) We are joined with USA Eagles Sevens and Fifteens Star, Naya Tapper. We talk about her Rugby journey and her experiences proving h ...…
 
Washing the dishes, doing the laundry or helping to clean the house – most of you would have grown up doing some amount of household work. But are chores still important or necessary for today’s generation of children? Consultant developmental paediatrician Dr Rajini Sarvananthan weighs in.
 
Get fit, stay healthy. That's probably one of the most common New Year's Resolutions. After almost a month into the new year, consultant orthopaedic surgeon Dr Harjeet Singh answers some of the most pressing questions about exercise and sports, and your fears and expectations.
 
Ever wanted to travel to Hawaii? In today's episode we go over another article by Julia of "The Traveling Traveler" where she discusses traveling to Hawaii. If you've got questions about visiting Hawaii (for work or play), then this episode's for you! 1:30-https://www.thetravelingtraveler.com/ 2:39- Aloha Spirit 3:28- Culture 6:15-Two Bags Max ...…
 
What do you do with medications that you don’t need anymore? Do you throw them away, flush them down the toilet or give them to someone else? Prof Dr Debra Sim Si Mui, from the Department of Pharmacology, University of Malaya, explains how to dispose unused medications safely.
 
In this episode... 90 minutes of unsolicited advice with special guest Jon Gabrus! Plus, our history with guiding people out of sticky situations. Enjoy!By ifiwereyoushow@gmail.com (Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld).
 
Dr George Lee returns to discuss the latest medical news. Expect deep insights delivered with generous humour. For a long time, the responsibility of sexual health has predominantly been a woman’s responsibility. In today’s show, we look at the different contraceptives available for men, including the latest skin gel that is said to reduce sper ...…
 
Dr Rajesh Singh joins us to discuss the ethical questions surrounding a limb-lengthening surgical procedure that’s becoming increasingly popular.
 
Pilates is well known as a popular physical fitness activity. It is popular amongst women and is known to help many women stay fit while pregnant and in post-partum. Here to explain more is Pilates instructor Carolyne Anthony.
 
As we know, Meir Schneider has demonstrated the ability of the body to self-heal if given the chance, with natural exercises instead of costly and invasive procedures. In this podcast, Meir focuses in on the eyes: namely the eye pressure and the lack of balance doctors call "Glaucoma." Follow with Meir's simple peripheral vision building eye ex ...…
 
Malaysia has the highest rate of obesity in Southeast Asia. The Global Nutrition Report 2018, released last November, has revealed that we also bear the triple burden of malnutrition – stunting, overweight and anaemia. We speak to Zalma bt Abdul Razak, Director of the Nutrition Division, Ministry of Health, to find out how Malaysia is tackling ...…
 
In this episode we discuss grinding, smoking, and our new found love of soccer! Happy 2019!By ifiwereyoushow@gmail.com (Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld).
 
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