Should I do a juice cleanse? Do I really need 8 glasses of water a day? Is it actually possible to "boost" my immune system? You’re constantly bombarded with news stories, ads, and social media posts telling you how to optimize your health—but a lot of these sources that pretend to be backed by science have another agenda. Dr. Jen Gunter is here to bust the lies you’re told—and sold—about your health, debunking some of the stickiest myths out there while helping you to understand how your body really works. Produced in partnership with Transmitter Media.
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This is an episode of Fixable, a new business call-in podcast from the TED Audio Collective hosted by Harvard Business professor Frances Frei and CEO and best-selling author Anne Morriss. Kelli is a nurse at a leading teaching hospital where communic... more
This week on Body Stuff we’re excited to introduce TED’s newest podcast, Good Sport, hosted by veteran sports producer Jody Avirgan. What can sports teach us about life – and each other? Good Sport brings you invigorating stories from on and off the ... more
Back pain is extremely common. (The U.S spent around $135 BILLION on it in 2016 alone!). It’s also complicated, because sometimes it’s one thing, but often it’s a combination of factors with no single “root cause” or fast fix, and many doctors unfort... more
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Just saying “the data is clear” doesn’t make it clear at all. Insulting how the lack of information is present like the answer to clearing the air to misinformation on the internet.
Feb 22, 2023. Dr Jen is great but it seems TED is trying to get us to listen to shows on the Dr Jen health channel that are NOT Dr Gunter. The latest show on the Dr Jen feed was some guy talking to Steph Curry. Steph is great, but that is not what I am here for. Please bring Dr Jen back and stop trying to trick us into listening to crap we don’t want. This is supposed to be a health show. We certainly aren’t listening just because this is TED. WE WANT DR JEN! 5 stars for Dr Jen. 0 stars for the ... more
This doctor is dishonest. She slanders other physicians gaslights women, and has negative reviews of her book removed from Amazon. Do yourself a favor and listen to Fertility Friday or Confessions of A Male Gynecologist instead.
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