Best otolaryngology podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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SAGE Otolaryngology
 
This album contains recorded seminars and lectures by OHNS faculty and residents.
 
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NATS NOTES IN OHNS
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7-minute review sessions in a podcast series on otolaryngology head and neck surgery
 
A podcast series exploring methods and breakthroughs in the fields of allergy and rhinology.
 
A podcast series exploring methods and breakthroughs in the fields of allergy and rhinology.
 
Howard G. Smith, M.D. is a former radio medical editor and talk show host in the Boston Metro area. His "Medical Minute" of health and wellness news and commentary was a regular weekday feature on WBZ-AM, WRKO-AM, and WMRE-AM. His popular two-way talk show, Dr. Howard Smith OnCall, was regularly heard Sunday morning and middays on WBZ. Dr. Smith has adopted audio and video podcasting as conduits for HEALTH NEWS YOU SHOULD USE. Based on the latest medical, health, and wellness literature thes ...
 
Dr. Hal Scherz Hal C. Scherz MD has been practicing pediatric urology for 23 years. He has been in private practice in San Diego, California and in Atlanta, Georgia and has been on the faculty of the University of California- San Diego and Emory University. He has been involved in resident and fellow training for all of his career, and has published over 75 peer reviewed articles and contributed chapters to 6 academic texts. He has been a reviewer for over 20 years for the major peer reviewe ...
 
Dr. Hal Scherz Hal C. Scherz MD has been practicing pediatric urology for 23 years. He has been in private practice in San Diego, California and in Atlanta, Georgia and has been on the faculty of the University of California- San Diego and Emory University. He has been involved in resident and fellow training for all of his career, and has published over 75 peer reviewed articles and contributed chapters to 6 academic texts. He has been a reviewer for over 20 years for the major peer reviewe ...
 
SUNY Downstate Department of Otolaryngology Lecture Series
 
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SRF Roll Call
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This podcast is meant for Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery residents and fellows in the US. Come learn about what the SRF has to offer and how it can enhance your experience as an otolaryngology trainee.
 
An ENT physician & Sinus Specialist (Dr. Ron Swain, Jr) and patient (Stacy Wellborn) discussion on how to better manage and treat mild to serious sinus and allergy issues and conditions. From diagnosis, treatment, home remedies and surgery. Stacy and Dr. Swain will talk about improving your quality of life, breathing easier, and feeling better. Let's take control over our sinuses and allergies, so they don't control us. Recorded in Mobile, Alabama. Need an Appointment or Sinus Consultation C ...
 
An audio podcast for Otolaryngology Ear Nose and Throat, Head and Neck Surgery. This podcast is designed as a learning tool. A direct way to update clinicians on all things ENT. We aren't the experts, we just interview them. #FOAMed Find us on Twitter- @ENTexpertopin and Facebook- ENT Expert Opinion. Join our conversation- it's fun. Feedback encouraged. www.entexpertopinion.com
 
Elsevier's Otolaryngologic Clinics Podcast, hosted by Consulting Editor Sujana S. Chandrasekhar, features in-depth discussions and commentary on the articles in each issue by the guest editors themselves. Articles can be accessed on the following platforms: theclinics.com, sciencedirect.com, and ClinicalKey.com. For subscription info visit: info.theclinics.com
 
How To Win Friends & Influenza features interviews with distinguished doctors across a range of specialties.It’s designed for junior doctors and medical students who are curious about different specialties and the real life side of medicine, not just the pathophysiology of it.Hear these guests’ stories and learn from their advice, whether it’s immunology, surgery, gastroenterology or something else you’re interested in.
 
Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery. JAMA Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery is a peer-reviewed medical journal that provides timely information for physicians and scientists concerned with diseases of the head and neck. Given the diversity of structure and function based in this anatomic region, JAMA Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery publishes clinical, translational, and population health research from an array of disciplines. We place a high p ...
 
Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery. JAMA Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery is a peer-reviewed medical journal that provides timely information for physicians and scientists concerned with diseases of the head and neck. Given the diversity of structure and function based in this anatomic region, JAMA Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery publishes clinical, translational, and population health research from an array of disciplines. We place a high p ...
 
Elsevier's Clinics Review Articles podcast features in-depth discussions and commentary on the articles in each issue by the guest editors themselves. Each Clinics Review Articles Podcast highlights a recent issue from one of our nearly 60 Clinics titles covering all medical specialties. Articles can be accessed on the following platforms: theclinics.com, sciencedirect.com, and ClinicalKey.com. For subscription info visit: info.theclinics.com
 
Dr. Brian Raskin is the CEO and founder of Advanced DDS, a full service dental office located in Garden City, New York. In this podcast series, he will be interviewing experts and discussing trending health topics related to their specialized fields.
 
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This podcast highlights original research published in the May 2019 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. The objectives of this study were to (1) analyze unsolicited patient complaints (UPCs) among otolaryngologists, (2) identify ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/MtNakRwjYu0 Health News You Should Use, the latest medical discoveries and commonsense advice that you can use in a practical way to keep yourself and your family healthy. Here are this weeks stories and a selections of news from the past several weeks: Prophylactic Antibiotic Dose Improves Instrumented Vaginal Deliver ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/CU2WZFt3CZ8 A planned ultrasound at 36 weeks will detect undiagnosed breech presentations in time to allow intervention and prevention of dangerous fetal distress and emergency c-sections. This recommendation springs from a study by public health specialists at Britain’s University of Cambridge. The investigators scree ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/RvII1BZlmOU Pediatric sports medicine specialists at the University of Colorado report that a simple test, the Romberg test, can predict which children will suffer lasting effects from a concussion and would benefit from proactive therapy. Their study was just published in the Journal of Neurosurgery;Pediatrics. The da ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/PqKyUnQe-Mc Need more reasons not to use e-cigarettes and to convince your children to avoid them? Besides the fact that they spew addicting nicotine and toxic flavoring chemicals? A study from the Harvard School of Public Health now finds bacterial endotoxins and fungal cell wall remnants in 75 popular e-cigarette pro ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/Xvpv230Tovc Starting the day with a moderate-intensity walking exercise session does help your mind function better. The latest Australian study just published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, looked at more than 65 subjects of all genders and 55 to 80 years of age. The morning workout was associated with imp ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/v1aLm03-Ujg Neuroscientists at the University of California-San Diego’s Autism Center of Excellence now report that autism may be reliably diagnosed in babies as young as 14 months thereby permitting effective, early intervention. The researchers studied more than 1200 toddlers who were first evaluated between their fi ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/KgQBWuFn7SM Eating walnuts instead of other sources of fat in a diet can lower your blood pressure. This conclusion comes from a study of 45 overweight or obese subjects by nutritionists at Penn State just published in the Journal of the American Heart Association. The investigation found that eating walnuts to replace ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/axAxR1HvtK8 Tadalafil, marketed as Cialis, is one of the popular drugs used for erectile disfunction (ED). Now a study at Britain’s University of Manchester shows that cialis slows or reverses the progression of congestive heart failure. The study, just published in the journal Scientific Reports, was carried out in sh ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/2ldqpbInV8s A new Mayo Clinic study shows that many breast cancers may be safely and completely removed without sacrificing the overlying skin and nipple. This study is being presented to the American Society of Breast Surgeons annual meeting this month. The study looked at skin and nipple-sparing mastectomies in 769 w ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/9719lEJfRc8 If you’re looking to suppress your hunger without “pigging out” and bumping up your daily calorie count, try substituting avocados for carbs in your diet. Nutrition scientists at the Illinois Institute of Technology studied some 31 overweight and obese subjects and modified their diets. They replaced carboh ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/uZ8R9XqIQPA Ok college students! Looking to bump up your GPA? Get yourself signed up for intramural sports ASAP! A study of some 1800 Michigan State University freshmen revealed that those playing intramural sports earned a GPA average of 3.25 compared with the 3.07 GPA earned by the couch potatoes. In addition, the da ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/yiNPfnT5xXA A study of 62 million persons in 26 US health systems shows that those who had an appendectomy for any reason were three times more likely to develop Parkinson’s Disease. These results are being presented at the Digestive Disease Week 2019 meeting this month. This study represents yet another link between t ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/ZSuPJ8F3dls Meditation is designed to relax you, but a new study from University College London finds that one in every four persons who regularly meditates experiences a decidedly unpleasant experience on a regular basis. The investigators surveyed more than 1200 persons who had regularly meditated for at least 2 mont ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/DeihdcN1XFk With the rates of skin cancer including the deadly melanoma escalating, sunscreen is a must for beach goers and particularly vital for those with light complexions. Since sunlight is a driver for Vitamin D synthesis in our bodies, some worry that sunscreen use will create a Vitamin D shortfall. A study just ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/R0U3fzU6TIw More than 6 cups of coffee a day drives blood pressure to dangerous levels and bumps up the risk of heart disease by 22%. A new study from the University of South Australia derives this conclusion from a review of data from 347,000 Aussies between the ages of 37 and 73 years. Coffee has many beneficial effe ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/RnDteFmdD5o Women who give birth via a vaginal delivery that requires an instrumental assist using either forceps or a gentle vacuum benefit from a single dose of a common antibiotic. A just published study from the University of Oxford in The Lancet journal shows a significant reduction in post-partum infection after ...…
 
In this week’s (longer) episode, I discuss the etiologies and management for unilateral vocal fold paralysis.By NATS NOTES IN OHNS.
 
This edition of the Otolaryngologic Clinics Podcast features discussion on the October 2018 issue of Otolaryngologic Clinics on Nasal Airway Obstruction. Issue Guest Editors Drs. Jennifer A. Villwock and Ronald B. Kuppersmith break down the article topics with series Consulting Editor Dr. Sujana S. Chandrasekhar. Articles available at: http://b ...…
 
In this episode Dr. Smith speaks with Dr. Eric Wang. They will discuss the article: International consensus statement on endoscopic skull‐base surgery: executive summary. Read the article in International Forum of Allergy and Rhinology Listen and subscribe for free on iTunes , Google Play Music and Subscribe on Android.…
 
In this episode Dr. Smith speaks with Dr. Eric Wang. They will discuss the article: International consensus statement on endoscopic skull‐base surgery: executive summary. Read the article in International Forum of Allergy and Rhinology Listen and subscribe for free on iTunes , Google Play Music and Subscribe on Android.…
 
In this week’s episode, I broadly discuss the etiologies and management of intractable aspiration.By NATS NOTES IN OHNS.
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/OI5pnCcaYbc Health News You Should Use, the latest medical discoveries and commonsense advice that you can use in a practical way to keep yourself and your family healthy. Here’s a run down of this weeks stories: The Healthiest Breakfast For Diabetics Kids’ Foreign Body Ingestions Double Over 20 Years Muscle Power Vers ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/K3jUwpv4zXE A viewer on YouTube asks the following question: I am not type two diabetic but my doctor has given me farxiga for weight loss cause I am 225 lbs and 5' 2 with a bmi of 39.9. Would you consider this drug safe for just weight loss? I responded to her with the following: Farxiga is not FDA-approved for any us ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/e4ZbolZk2_g Eating foods high in antioxidants will lower your risk of developing age-related cataracts. This is the conclusion of a meta-analysis from Australia and China recently published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The investigators reviewed 20 studies from as many world nations. Their data indica ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/gBkcwslZo1w Tired of shelling out 3 bucks for that Starbucks Latte. You might just derive some of the same emotional and psychological effect by looking at a picture of it. Management researchers at the University of Toronto’s Rotman Management School studied responses to seeing even glimpses of coffee-related images. ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/EyLBqke2qcI Here’s a quickie exercise routine that can lower your blood pressure, reduce your risk of heart attack, boost your fitness, and sharpen your brainpower. The best part is that there is no weight lifting, jogging, or sweating involved. Integrative physiologists at the University of Colorado reported to the re ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/B8MTjm8lgMQ Building on increasing evidence that the bacteria residing in our gastrointestinal system influence our brain function, a team of biotechnologists at Arizona State University report beneficial effects of gut bacterial manipulation on the behavior and GI symptoms of autistic subjects. Their latest report in ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/3YqEXRoSpzw Usin whitening strips to wipe away those coffee and nicotine stains from your dental enamel makes your teeth sparkle. But…..the chemical reactions that occur beneath the surface could trigger a time bomb. This warning comes from biochemical studies at New Jersey’s Stockton University that were presented las ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/IUS_Wp0n4yk CTE, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the disease caused by repetitive head trauma is typically only diagnosable by autopsies. It was discovered by post-mortem brain examinations of professional football and soccer players that sustained repetitive head trauma. CTE may soon be routinely diagnosable in the ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/z99bXE9KVcI The drugs in question are those that make men’s urine flow and their hair grow. Many men take finasteride, better known as Proscar and Propecia, to shrink their prostates to improve urine flow and others take the same medicine help hair grow on their scalps. A new study from Scotland’s University of Edinbur ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/YuySgR0brbM If you are trying to teach yourself new skills, either physical or mental, give your brain a short break during the learning process. Neurophysiologists at the National Institutes of Health make this recommendation after analyzing the brain activity of volunteers as they master the task of reproducibly pres ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/PVtH56EdCSQ Nasty bacteria are everywhere, and petting zoos turn out to have some of the nastiest. An Israeli study of some 8 randomly selected petting zoos in that country reveals that an alarming number of animals are carrying drug resistant E. coli that can and do spread to human visitors. These results were present ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/rBYdLg2PUlg Patients admitted to an ICU for any medical problem, whether it directly affects the mind or not, is likely to be discharged with a thought disorder properly labeled a neuropathy. Neuroscientists at Ontario’s Western University report this result after studying 20 patients who entered their hospital’s ICU w ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/NsMPlTzykEk Psychologists have been debating over the past century whether or not smiling will actually make you feel happier. Most thought that smiling was indeed a picker-upper until 3 years ago when a landmark study questioned that premise. Psychologists at the University of Tennessee now provide a more definitive a ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/jBofMI-f1Kw A long, healthy life with continued mobility depends on healthy, toned muscles, and many turn to weight lifting to achieve that goal. Turns out, though, that not all types of weight lifting exercises do the trick. A study presented just last week at the congress of the European Society of Cardiology shows m ...…
 
Vidcast:https://youtu.be/6TU_86VpCwU The turn of the century has not been good for kids choking on and swallowing foreign bodies. Data from the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System just published in the journal Pediatrics shows that twice as many kids are choking on and swallowing foreign bodies now compared with 20 years ago. A major ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/RjgMACy-N8U Should you eat fruit with toast or eggs and ham for your first meal of the day if you’re a type 2 diabetic. The answer comes from the University of British Columbia, and the eggs win hands down. Researchers there studied 23 adults with non-insulin dependent diabetes and randomly fed them a meal plan that co ...…
 
Interview with Michelle Arnold, AuD, PhD, author of Hearing Aid Prevalence and Factors Related to Use Among Older Adults From the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
 
Interview with Michelle Arnold, AuD, PhD, author of Hearing Aid Prevalence and Factors Related to Use Among Older Adults From the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
 
Host Mike Koriwchak, M.D. tackles the news in part one of this week's Doctor's Lounge.By Dr. Mike Koriwchak.
 
Host Mike Koriwchak, M.D. tackles the news in part one of this week's Doctor's Lounge.By Dr. Mike Koriwchak.
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/P7jQ9uSWZbAThis is Health News You Should Use, the latest medical discoveries and some commonsense advice that you can use in a practical way to keep yourself and your family healthy. Here are this weeks stories: Baby Sleeper-Rockers Kill Phone App Relaxes PTSD Victims Flossing Helps Prevent Dementia Medical Applicatio ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/u65P0vJGT3Q Children as young as four can learn the principles of responsible philanthropy, and they are more than willing participants in the decision-making process. This is the finding from a study at Britain’s University of Kent. A group of 150 children aged 4 to 8 years were presented information about a series of ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/IvZRlvtWJ-o Walnuts can suppress the expression of genes in breast cancers. In so doing, the nuts may be able stop breast cancer from growing locally and and spreading. Oncologist researchers from Marshall University just published a study in the journal Nutrition Research that conclusively demonstrates in both women w ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/KpcGVJYjk-g The majority of American parents believe that young children should not be playing tackle football. A study recently published in the journal Pediatrics tabulated the results of a nationwide survey. Over 1000 parents completed the survey. Sixty-one percent definitely favored restrictions and another 24% wer ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/pk5wJguNNLw Pregnant women with long work commutes may are more likely to experience a slow fetal growth rate and to deliver a low birth weight baby. Health economists at Lehigh University drew this conclusion from New Jersey birth records and information about the lengths of the associated maternal commutes. Each 10 m ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/iasDGPN5naM The FDA has just issued a special warning that some e-cigarette users have developed seizures. Nicotine toxicity can lower a persons seizure threshold. Seizures have previously only been reported in cases of accidental e-cigarette liquid ingestion. Now case reports are coming in where seizures are occurring ...…
 
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/nu3KJdwFFJw Nearly 20% of fatal strokes occurring in younger persons are due to illicit drug use and abuse. This is the conclusion of a new study from Australia’s National Drug and Alcohol Research Center. The investigators studied 279 persons aged 15 to 44 years who died of stroke. The most frequent drug implicated wa ...…
 
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