The Curious Clinicians is a medical podcast that asks "why?". Why do diseases present in certain ways? What are the mechanisms of treatments we use? Why does the human body function as it does? Join us to explore these questions and many more.
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On this episode, The Curious Clinicians learn about why hyperthyroidism is associated with atrial fibrillation. more
On this episode, The Curious Clinicians explore the liver's incredible ability to regenerate after injury or resection. more
This week, The Curious Clinicians are bringing back an episode from the archive that was originally posted in December, 2021. more
I am a mid-career medical executive (psychiatry background). What a fun way to explore questions I never learned in medical school, and refresh my basic internal medicine knowledge at the same time. A course always feels like a “chore” — but this podcast is fresh and fun.
Love the podcast music- it makes me smile and want to dance and be jolly 😊.. but I also love how you guys present information. I love that you admit you don’t know everything… and you all seem to have a great chemistry and are funny which makes learning that much more fun. more
I love how you guys come up with answers on why we do do the things we do. So often there are things we do because that is what we were taught but we don’t understand the why. Like in this last episode on steroids and edema in the brain.
I live in the northeast, but did live in NC and FL. Had hives, GI, swelling, heart racing for 10+ years. Doctors said it was stress. Found out last year -from Mayo Clinic website- it’s alpha gal. It’s nit just red meat/ carrageenan too.
I stopped listening to the Curbsiders due to their endless cringy dialogue and the variable quality of their guests. This show is interesting at times, but the annoying “we are funny people” puns limit the topics I am willing to endure. ED and critical care podcasts are not plagued by annoying hosts, why is IM this way?
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