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This week, with help from LJ Agostinelli, Irisa Mahaparn, and new co-host Fili Bogdanic, Dave offers listener Karstan some advice for med students (and others) who want to start a podcast. It’s a worthwhile activity, without question, for discovering and understanding the field you’re growing into, provided you can find the time!
Listener Coleman writes in to find out what kind of plan we’d suggest having for visiting medical schools. Dave has ideas…but to his surprise his co-hosts weren’t even sure pre-interview visits were necessary! Vive la difference!
And we once again plumb the depths of Yahoo! Answers for some real-life medical questions, the excuse Dave always gives for doing this to his co-hosts.
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To Dave’s relief, scientists have found that declines in working memory can be temporarily reversed using transcranial alternating-current stimulation, but to his eternal dismay, his co-hosts always…uh, the always…wait, what was I writing about?
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