August 10, 2018

Doctor, Doctor

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August 10, 2018 ~ DD #30 – Confessions of a Catholic Medical Student: Year One


Feature Interview (15:00) – Brendan Rhatican, who recently completed his first year of medical school at Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine, gives an insider view of the triumphs and trials of a first-year medical student.

Also in this episode:

News (00:55) – How writing before bed, even just a to-do list, can help you fall asleep (http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/xge0000374) and how rubbing alcohol can help you deal with nausea (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annemergmed.2015.09.031)

Preventive Medicine Tip (8:40) – Pre-Eclampsia Screening and Prevention (https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/)

Medical Trivia (Answer at 42:25) – What is the Bacchus maneuver, and how can it prevent early death?

Linacre for Laypeople (41:20) – Dr. Wes Ely discusses his work in the intensive care unit and how his faith gives him special tools to help patients in danger of death with the offer of baptism (“On Being a Catholic Physician: Baptism in the ICU,” Linacre Quarterly, Vol. 84, May 2017)


August 3, 2018 ~ DD #29 – The Catholic Church and Healthcare


Feature Interview (15:00) – Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades, Bishop of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend and chairman-elect of the USCCB Committee on Doctrine that oversees the Subcommittee on Health Care Issues, addresses the role the Catholic Church plays in healthcare and the misconception that Catholic teaching requires providers to “discriminate” against non-Catholic patients.

Also in this episode:

News (00:55) – “Gender and Graduate Medical Education” – how gender gaps are growing in certain fields and whether discriminating against men in obstetrics and gynecology is a justified approach (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mayocp.2018.02.025)

Preventive Medicine Tip (8:40) – Tuberculosis Screening Recommendations (https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/)

Medical Trivia (Answer at 42:25) – What is Trendelenburg Position and why is it used?

Medicine You Need to Know (45:45) – Infectiou s Disease Specialist Dr. Paul Carson talks about clostridium difficile (C. Diff.), how to catch it, and how to treat it.

July 27, 2018 ~ DD #28 – Screen Addiction


Show Notes – Episode 28 – Screen Addiction

Feature Interview (15:00) – Psychiatrist, Sister Marysia Weber, R.S.M., D.O., a Religious Sister of Mercy in St. Louis, discusses the growing problem of internet and screen addiction.

Also in this episode:

News (00:55) – Reflections on Ireland repealing their pro-life amendment this Spring , but then some good news about pro-life legislation in the United States in Arkansas and Iowa.

Women’s Healthcare Tip (8:40) – Healthy Exercise in Pregnancy

Medical Trivia (Answer at 42:25) – When you look at our forearms, you can see your veins, and they look blue. Royalty have been referred to as ‘Blue Bloods’ since at least 1834 in Spain. Which brings up the Trivia Question – is the blood in veins actually blue? If not, what color is it, and why do veins look blue? If the blood in veins is blue, why don’t we ever see blue blood leaking from a bleeding wound?

Medicine You Need to Know (45:45) – Catholic Witness in Healthcare editor Dr. John Travaline discusses how St. Padre Pio’s vision for authentic Catholic healthcare is coming to the United States

July 20, 2019 ~  DD #27 – Embryo Adoption


Feature Interview (13:15) – Bioethicist Fr. Ryan McCarthy discusses embryo adoption and the ethical questions Catholic theologians are considering about how we might ethically respond to the crisis created by leftover embryos from in vitro fertilization.

More info:
Fr. Ryan McCarthy’s Book: What to Do with the Least of Our Brothers?: Finding Moral Solutions to the Problem of Endangered Embryos (http://a.co/cYjRzFo)

National Catholic Bioethics Center – Human Embryo Adoption: Biotechnology, Marriage, and the Right to Life (https://www.ncbcenter.org/store/books/human-embryo-adoption-biotechnology-marriage-and-right-life/)

Also in this episode:

News (00:55) – New study answers “Can you make up for lost sleep on the weekend?”  (https://doi.org/10.1111/jsr.12712) and why are US birthrates at an all time low? (https://www.livescience.com/62592-birth-rate-declines-2017.html)

Women’s Healthcare tip (6:45) – Healthy Weight Gain in Pregnancy

Medical Trivia (Answer at 39:15) – While there are no house villas in the human body, there are villi.  Where are villi found and what do they do?

Linacre for Laypeople (41:20) – Dr. Natalie Rodden discusses her work as a palliative care doctor and how she honors the dignity of her dying patients and helps shepherd them toward a holy and happy death (“On Being a Catholic Palliative Medicine Physician,” Linacre Quarterly, July 2018)


July 6, 2018 ~ DD #25 – Stem Cell Research


Feature Interview (13:25) –  Dr. Alan Moy, the Founder and Scientific Director of the John Paul II Medical Research Institute, discusses stem cells: what they are, how they are used or misused, and what they promise for the future of medicine.


Also in this episode:

News (00:50) –  American Medical Association Ethics Committee Recommends Against Physician Assisted Suicide (https://www.ama-assn.org/sites/default/files/media-browser/public/hod/a18-ceja5.pdf)

Preventive Medicine Tip (7:45) – Physical Therapy to Help the Elderly Prevent Falls (https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/)

Medical Trivia (Answer at 42:40) – Medicine is becoming more and more reliant on numbers, and we have discussed many of those number on the show – blood pressure, body mass index, cholesterol, fasting blood sugar etc.

What two numbers will most accurately predict your life expectancy?  This is incredibly objective, and these numbers are being used by different agencies as they make decisions about you.  What are these two numbers?

Listener Question (45:50) – How should patients prepare for their doctor’s appointments?  And how do doctor’s feel about patients taking notes?

June 29, 2018 ~ DD #24 – Vatican Medical Conferences


Feature Interviews (15:00) –  First, OB/GYN Dr. Christine Hemphill of Harrisburg, PA reflects on the Vatican-sponsored forum “Humanity 2.0” on Maternal Health she attended in Rome back in April 2018.  She explains the conversations and plans she participated in about how doctors and laypeople can work together to improve care for mothers and babies, including the role tenderness can play in health.


Then an interview from the back of a Roman taxi with neuro-radiologist Dr. Jack Lane from the Mayo Clinic, who discusses what he learned about innovative treatments at the various sessions of the Unite to Cure Conference with Dr. McGovern.


Also in this episode: News (1:25) –  Broadening the Human Genome Project (https://allofus.nih.gov/)

Preventive Medicine Tip (8:00) – Blood Pressure Screening (https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/)

Medical Trivia (Answer at 42:50) – Blood-letting originated with ancient Greeks (Hippocrates and Galen) and the four humor theory of disease.  Too much of a good thing (blood) was deemed a bad thing (disease), and so the blood had to be removed. (or black bile, or yellow bile, or phlegm)

Surprisingly, blood-letting has not gone the way of the Do-Do Bird, Passenger Pigeon, and Disco Dancing, but is still among us.

Can you name one of the three disease still legitimately treated by blood-letting?  While you may not know the name of the diseases, think about what condition in the body might required removing whole blood for the health of the body.  As a clue, I have prescribed this in the past for a certain skin condition.

Listener Questions (46:30) – Our own dermatologist Dr. McGovern answers a question about what could be the cause of chronic in-grown facial hairs.

June 15, 2018 – DD #22 – Perfectly Human: Children with Disabilities


Feature Interview (13:10) – pediatric orthopedic surgeon and author Dr. Joseph Dutkowsky discusses his book Perfectly Human and what he has learned from children with disabilities about what it means to suffer, to be human, and to be happy.

More from Dr. Dutkowsky: www.nycpdoc.com

NYC Ballet Video: https://youtu.be/wp6LeOIkUuQ

Also in this episode:

News (0:45) – “Older Americans are ‘Hooked’ on Vitamins” (https://nyti.ms/2q3PN8H)

Women’s Health Tip (6:25) – Recommended BRACA Screening for Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk (https://www.hereditarycancerquiz.com/)

Medical Trivia (Answer at 40:20) – What percentage of American physicians currently belong to the American Medical Association (AMA)?

Listener Question (00:00) – What is the Catholic Church’s stance on circumcision? Are the amount of people choosing not to circumcise increasing? Are there any psychological or health reasons to circumcise?

June 8, 2018 – DD #20 – Pornography Addiction


Feature Interview (13:10) – Chicago Psychiatrist Dr. Joshua Williams talks about why pornography might be the strongest form of drug addiction known, how viewing pornography changes the anatomy and chemistry of the brain, and how doctors and families can work together against the addiction.

Also in this episode:

News (0:45) – Married people are less likely to be diagnosed with dementia (http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/early/2017/10/30/jnnp-2017-316274) and people with positive attitudes and beliefs are less likely to be diagnosed with dementia (https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0191004)

Preventive Medicine Tip (6:25) – Fluoride for Kids (https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/)

Medical Trivia (Answer at 40:20) – According to the GoodRx website, as of September 17, 2017, what is the most dispensed prescription medication in the United States? Hint: It’s used to treat a disease that is 10x more common in women than men.

1             Levothyroxine (Synthroid, Levoxyl) – hypothyroidism

2             Atorvastatin (Lipitor) – high cholesterol

3             Lisinopril (Prinvil, Zestril) – high blood pressure & heart failure

4             Hydrocodone/Acetaminophen (Vicodin, Norco) – pain

5             Amolodipine (Norvasc) – high blood pressure & angina

June 1, 2018 – DD #20 – Physician Assisted Suicide


Feature Interview (13:00) – Dr. Andrew Mullally, Indiana State Director of the Catholic Medical Association, gives an update on the push for Physician Assisted Suicide in the United States, what the Catholic Church teaches about the practice, and how physicians and patients can advocate for respect of all human dignity.

Also in this episode:

News (0:30) – How bacteria can protect us from skin cancer (http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/4/2/eaao4502)

Preventive Medicine Tip (6:25) – Osteoporosis Screening (https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/)

Medical Trivia (Answer at 40:20) – True of False.  The arm bone is called the ‘humerus’ and takes its name from what happens when you bump it in just the right place near the elbow where it feels kind of ‘funny, and thus this bone is also called the ‘funny bone’?

Listener Question (42:25) – I have heard that cancer can spread once cut open. Is this true of skin cancer too?

Listener Question (48:00) – What are some ways I can improve the natural immunity of myself and my family

May 25, 2018 – DD #19 – When Parents Become Patients


Feature Interview (11:20) – Sr. Mary Diana Dreger, physician and a member of the Dominican Sisters of the Congregation of St. Cecilia in Nashville, discusses how to care for elderly parents, including her experiences caring for her own aging parents, important things to remember when making decisions, providing for physical and spiritual needs, and how to make the best of the last years of life.

Sr. Mary Diana’s chapter on this topic, “Caring for Older Adults,” in Catholic Witness in Health Care: Practicing Medicine in Truth & Love (CUA Press) http://a.co/4oFzxm2

Dr. Peter Morrow’s article from the Linacre Quarterly, “The Catholic Living will and Healthcare Surrogate: A Teaching Document for Evangelization, and a Means of Ensuring Spirituality Throughout Life” http://bit.ly/CathWill

Also in this episode:
News (0:45) – New Canadian law requires physicians to refer patients for euthanasia

Preventive Medicine Tip (7:20) – Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening

Medical Trivia (Answer at 38:15) – When somebody is exhibiting uncontrolled, extreme emotion, they may be labelled hysterical. Hippocrates thought that one of the organs actually travelled within the body to cause hysteria.  From what part of human anatomy does the term hysterical come?  And why?

Medicine You Need to Know (47:15) – High Rates of Physician Depression and Suicide

May 18, 2018 – DD #18 – Gender Dysphoria


Feature Interview (15:00) – Pediatric Endocrinologist Dr. Paul Hruz discusses gender dysphoria, sometimes called transgenderism, including the latest research, the harm being caused by current medical and cultural approaches to treatment, and what better faithful and scientific treatment might look like.

Also in this episode:

News (0:55) – A study on the effects of gratitude and generosity on the brain activity of people in treatment for anxiety and depression (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.12.040)

Preventive Medicine Tip (8:30) – Who should be taking a baby aspirin?

Medical Trivia (Answer at 44:30) – Ultraviolet light is responsible for about 90% of all skin cancers (5.4 million annually in the U.S.).  Additionally, ultraviolet light is responsible for 80% of all skin wrinkling.

If it takes one hour of ultraviolet light exposure from the sun for you to get a sunburn, how long can you be in the sun before you start forming irreversible skin wrinkles?

Bonus Question:  What is “Tanorexia”?

Music Recommendation (47:15) – Hillbilly Thomists (https://www.dominicanajournal.org/music/the-hillbilly-thomists/)

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May 11, 2018 – DD #17 – Oral Contraception: Fact and Fiction


Feature Interview (12:45) – Dr. Patrick Yeung, an OB/GYN from St. Louis, discusses so-called “medical use” or “non-contraceptive use” of oral contraceptives, especially whether the common practice makes medical or ethical sense.

Also in this episode:
News (01:00) – Ethical and unethical official positions of professional health care organizations, and why patients should find out what their own doctors believe.

Preventive Medicine Tip (11:55) – Pneumonia Vaccine

Medical Trivia (Answer at 40:30) – What organ was first successfully transplanted from a LIVING donor? What organ was first successfully transplanted from a CADAVER?

Listener Question (40:45) – At age 61, I expect to have a life expectancy of 95 and I am not interested in living a longer life than that. But I want to live healthily for as much of my life as possible, are there things I should do that will keep me healthy but not extend my life expectancy?

Medicine You Need to Know (42:45) – Pulmonologist Dr. Eustace Fernandes discusses the health consequences of smoking, whether there are healthy alternatives, and the advice he shares with his patient who are trying to quit

May 4, 2018 – DD #16 – A Proven Approach to AIDS in Africa


In this episode:

News (00:50) – Who is doing reconstructive surgery for Medicare patients? (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jaad.2017.09.032) and Impact of spray sunscreen popularity on sunscreen formulations (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jaad.2017.07.040)

Women’s Healthcare Tip (07:30) – Bone Density Testing

Guest Interview (13:20) – Dr. Kim Dernovsek, a dermatologist from Pueblo, CO shares her work as co-founder of Universal Chastity Education that works in three African Countries and the USA to prevent HIV/AIDS and promote chastity with astounding results.


Medical Trivia (Answer at 40:30) – With which of the following is ‘Bariatric Surgery’ concerned?

  1. Treating people with ‘Beri-Beri’ due to Vitamin B1 insufficiency?
  2. Treating SCUBA divers who ascended too quickly and have the bends
  3. Treating non-healing wounds that will not heal with typical topical wound care procedures?
  4. Treating obesity
  5. Treating cancer of the appendix (no)

Listener Question (44:20) – Is gluten a legitimate concern or overblown? There are people suggesting we try it for behavior issues with our child. Could gluten, dairy, and/or sugar be the cause?

April 24, 2018 – DD #15 – Caritas Baby Hospital


Holy Land Introduction (00:40) – Dr. McGovern gives some facts and fictions about the Holy Land and shares some of his own experiences traveling in Israel and Palestine.

Guest Interview (12:20) – During Dr. McGovern’s trip to the Holy Land in February, he interviewed Dr. Hiyam Marzouqa (Chief Physician) and Dr. Iyad Abu Irmeleh (Resident Physician) at Caritas Baby Hospital in Bethlehem about their work serving babies and their families in the war-torn Middle East.



Medical Trivia (Answer at 50:00) – While The Wind in the Willows is a children’s book published in 1908, something other than wind found in willows has been used for over 2000 years as a medication, and a form of this is still accounts for 44,000 tons of pills taken annually worldwide. What is this medication?

Preventive Medicine Tip (47:10) – Vision Screenings for Children (https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/)

Full Episode – 2018 – April 6 – HHS Conscience Protection https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/2018-march-9-catholic-witness-in-healthcare

In this episode:Medical News (1:50) –  Link between nighttime light exposure and depression
Preventative Medicine Tip (5:55) – Diabetes Screening Recommendations (https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/)

Guest Interview (13:50) – Ariana Grossu, Outreach Advisor at the Office for Civil Rights at the US Department of Health & Human Services, discusses the newest HHS initiative – the Conscience and Religious Freedom Division – and what current and potential policies protect health care workers from having to violate their conscience in their practice. For more information visit: www.hhs.gov/conscience

Medical Trivia (Answer at 39:15) – According to MedScape.com, which of these prescription medications garnered the most sales in 2016 – at $13.6 billion?  1. Enbrel (etanercept)

               2. Harvoni (ledipasvir sofosbuvir)

               3. Lantus Solostar (insulin glargine injection)

               4. Humira (Adalimunab)

               5. Remicade (infliximab)

Listener Question (42:30) –  If I took birth control when I was younger before I knew about the harmful effects, is there anything I can do now to decrease my risk of getting cancer?

Medicine You Need to Know (45:20) – Catholic Witness in Healthcare editor Dr. John Travaline discusses how St. Padre Pio’s vision for authentic Catholic healthcare is coming to the United States

Full Interview – Ariana Grossu – HHS Conscience Protections https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/full-interview-arina-grossu-hhs-conscience-protection-policies

Full Episode – 2018 – March 9 – Catholic Witness in Healthcare https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/2018-march-9-catholic-witness-in-healthcare

Louise Mitchell (Adjunct Professor at University of Mary) and Dr. John Travaline (Catholic deacon and critical care specialist at Temple University) to talk about their book “Catholic Witness in Health Care: Practicing Medicine in Truth and Love.”

Full Interview – Louise Mitchell and Dr. John Travaline – Catholic Witness in Healthcare https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-03-09-full-interview

 Trivia – Hooves, Hair, and Nails? https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-03-09-trivia-hooves

News – High Blood Pressure Guidelines  https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-03-09-news-high-blood

 Preventive Medicine Tip – Skin Cancer Prevention https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-03-09-preventive

The Doctors (Dr. Thomas McGovern and Dr. Andrew Mullally) interview Arina Grossu, the Outreach Advisor at the Office of Civil Rights at the US Department of Health and Human Services regarding the new Conscience and Religious Freedom division. During the Obama Administration, there were 10 complaints. During the Trump Administration, (14 months) there are already 496 complaints of religious and conscience protection violation complaints.

Full Episode – 2018 – February 23 –  Caring for Undocumented Immigrants: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/2018-february-23-caring-for-undocumented-immigrants

Critical Care Specialist Dr. Peter Rosario from the Southwest Indiana Catholic Medical Guild discusses the challenges and rewards of providing medical care for undocumented immigrants, the difficulty they face in getting treatment, and some ideas for overcoming some of the most pressing concerns.

Full Interview – Dr. Peter Rosario – Caring for Undocumented Immigrants: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-23-full-interview-dr

Medicine You Need to Know – Dr. Eustace Fernandes – Physician Assisted Suicide: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-23-medicine-you-need

Trivia – What is the only bone in the human body not connected to another bone?: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-23-trivia-the-only-unconnected-bone

News – The Sleep Gene?: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-23-news-the-sleep

News – How Sleep Affects Memory As We Age: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-23-news-how-age

Preventative Medicine Tip – Mammograms: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-23-preventive

Full Episode – 2018 – February 16 –  Ethics of Vaccines: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/2018-february-16-ethics-of-vaccines

The doctors talk to St. Louis Pediatrician Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann about the importance of vaccinations, ethical concerns behind some types of vaccinations, how to know which vaccinations are appropriate for your family, and how to discuss the best options for keeping your family healthy.  Plus find out about the doctor who discovered the cause of Downs Syndrome and might someday be a saint in this week’s trivia, hear about the link between birth control and suicide rates in the news; get need-to-know info on pap smears; and listen to doctors’ pet peeves that can make it harder to treat patients.

Full Interview – Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann – Ethics of Vaccines: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-16-full-interview-dr

News – Contraception Linked to Suicide: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-16-news

News – Fertility Testing for Egg Quality: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-16-news-fertility

Preventative Medicine Tip – Pap Smear Tests: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-16-preventive

Trivia – Who Discovered the Cause of Downs Syndrome?: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-16-trivia-who

Listener Questions – Patient Pet Peeves: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-16-listener


 Full Episode – 2018 – February 9 –  Choosing Wisely for Pediatric Care: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-09-choosing-wisely-for-pediatric-care

 The doctors talk to Pediatrician Dr. John Rice from South Bend, IN who discusses the importance of the CMA’s mission and vision in helping parents choose the best medical care for their children.  Plus find out about the biblical name for the thyroid cartilage in this week’s trivia, hear about the link between birth control and breast cancer in the news; get need-to-know info Vitamin D supplements; and a discussion on Medicine in the Movies.

 Full Interview – Dr. John Rice – Choosing Wisely for Pediatric Care: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-09-full-interview-dr

 News – Birth Control and Breast Cancer: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-09-news-birth

 Preventative Medicine Tip – Vitamin D Supplements: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-09-preventive

 Trivia – Thyroid Cartilage: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-09-trivia-thyroid

 Medicine in the Movies – Villains and Skin Conditions: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-09-medicine-in-the

The doctors talk to Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Paul Carson about the benefits and dangers of antibiotics and the importance of antibiotic stewardship.  Plus find out if synophrys (The tendency of eyebrows to meet in the center of the face) is deadly in this week’s trivia, hear about EpiPen loopholes and the health benefits of coffee in the news; get need-to-know info on lung cancer screenings; and find out what to add to your watch list with a movie recommendation.

Full Episode – 2018 – February 2  https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-02-antibiotic-stewardship

Antibiotic Stewardship: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-02-full-interview-dr 

News – EpiPen Loophole: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-02-news-epipen 

News – Health Benefits of Coffee: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-02-news-health 

Preventative Medicine Tip – Lung Cancer Screening: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-02-preventive 

Trivia – Does Synophrys shorten Your Life? https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-02-trivia-does  

Movie Recommendation – Gifted Hands: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-02-02-movie

Here are the links for episode 4, which first aired January 26, 2018

Full Episode – 2018 – January 26 – NaPro Technology: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/2018-january-26-podcast

This episode features an interview with Dr. Christopher Stroud about NaPro technology and how it guides medical and surgical treatments that can help solve many fertility issues.

Full Interview – Dr. Chris Stroud: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-01-26-full-interview-dr

News – Contraception Blog: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-01-26-news

Preventative Medicine Tip – Colonoscopies: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-01-26-preventative

Trivia – Islets of Langerhans: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-01-26-trivia-islets-of

Book Recommendation – Humanae Vitae: https://soundcloud.com/user-546435917/dd2018-01-26-book-rec-humanae

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