Unpopular Opinions Holiday Episode

Nov. 23, 2022

This short episode will be great as a background for whatever you have going on this week! I asked my Instagram followers what they wanted me to cover in a brief episode while on break this week, and they overwhelmingly said…

Biology, Diabetes, and YouTube

Nov. 9, 2022

Dr. Vanessa, a science communicator, talks about the importance of educating the public about new research in ways that everyone can understand and find interesting. She also shares more specifically why biology is important…

Tuskegee, Milgram, and Moral Psychology

Oct. 26, 2022

This is a solo episode where I discuss ethics in psychology, mental health, and medicine. I also review horrifying historical examples of experiments that reflect our collective values. I also make an argument against our ap…

Serotonin, Gut Health, and St. John's Wart

Oct. 12, 2022

Dr. Nicole Lippman-Barile, a clinical psychologist, shares all about her unique expertise in the intersection between gut health and mental health. She breaks down helpful and interesting research about what we know and don'…

Call to Action: Medical Residency

Sept. 27, 2022

Dr. Laura Vater, a physician, shed light on the horrific working conditions that medical residents sometimes face from multiple sources. She also discusses examples of working conditions and consequences, including ones that…

Alzheimer's, ALS, and Conversion Disorder/FNS

Sept. 14, 2022

Dr. Michael Kentris, a neurologist, corrects misconceptions and shares updated research about many important illnesses, including dementia and ALS. He also shares fascinating insights into functional neurological disorder (f…

Stalking, Mass Shootings, and Threat Assessment

Aug. 31, 2022

The first episode of the new season features Dr. Stephanie Leite, a forensic psychologist who specializes in threat assessments. She explains all about these specific assessments, shares new research, and corrects misconcept…