Talking Tuesday, On A Saturday, In A Blizzard

What else was I going to do while I waited out the great Northeast Blizzard of 2016 but do a podcast? And what is a better way to do it than to invite a couple of friends to chat with?

I used a new app called ZCast to record a chat with Briana Morgan and Craig Egan about “Impostor Syndrome” and “Trolling” against anti-vaccine people. It was a great talk. It goes for about half an hour. Enjoy!

As always, you can download it by clicking here.

I'm a doctoral candidate in the Doctor of Public Health program at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. All opinions posted here are my own, of course, and they do not necessarily reflect the opinions of my school, employers, friends, family, etc. Feel free to follow me on Twitter: @EpiRen

3 thoughts on “Talking Tuesday, On A Saturday, In A Blizzard

  1. Well, that white mess that you’re stuck with passed over us on Thursday. We had heavy rain, winds, tornado watches, then tornado warnings. If the radiologists ever hang up their phone, I’ll call to reschedule my mammogram (yeah, it’s that swollen).
    Meanwhile, I noticed an e-mail earlier today, doctor rescheduled my follow up appointment from mid February to next week. To hazard a guess, I suspect he’s as concerned as I am with my thyroid. It seems I’m one of the lucky ones who also become anemic with it.
    Oh well, when you want some fun, let the dog play in the snow.

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      • Well, on the positive side, my cholesterol numbers are better. Total,128, HDL 51.6, LDL 70.7, Triglycerides, 67, Chol/HDL ratio 2.5.
        My usual numbers are atrocious. Typically, my LDL and triglycerides are through the roof. So, there’s a plus to hyperthyroidism, sort of.
        Well, I most certainly have luck, it’s just that currently, it’s the wrong side of luck. At least, all this started going really wonky after I got health insurance. I guess I shouldn’t have kicked that black cat, while under a ladder, straight into a Gypsy fortune teller, who then fell into a mirror, breaking it.
        Did I miss any superstitions? 😉

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