Aug. 3, 2021

Paging Dr. Goog L. Webb, MD


Although I admit I find a certain level of satisfaction witnessing a conversation between a doctor and a civilian regarding self-diagnosis, I must point out that typing symptoms into a search engine looking for a diagnosis is at least dangerous. We need to be careful about what we read on the internet, and more importantly, be open and listen to health professionals.


In this episode, we talk about Google University doctors, Google prescriptions, and the usual funny interactions between self-diagnosed civilians and night shifters. I also travel back in time and remember a series of lectures in nursing school about the reproductive system, which had a devastating effect on my colleagues and me. 


In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • A memorable last semester in nursing school (2:33)
  • Do I have a prostate? (4:21)
  • Memes save me more than I save them (6:10)
  • The funny side of getting a diploma from Google University (9:29)


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