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The Doctor's Channel

Take a bite from the adults' table. The Doctor’s Channel is the world’s leading video site for physicians. Get the latest news in clinical medicine, disease resource centers, CME programs, and Doc Life, all in under 3 mins or less.

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5 Medical Breakthroughs That Will Change The World by 2020

Salim Ismail, the founding executive director of Singularity University, gives you the top 5 medical breakthroughs that will revolutionize the healthcare sector by 2020. Read more about Salim Ismail. Filmed at FutureMed, in February 2013, at Singularity...

Medstart’s Blue Button Challenge: The Best New Ideas in Medical Technology

The 2nd annual MedStart was hosted by Tufts University School of Medicine on January 17-19, 2014. This year, The Blue Button Boston Innovation Challenge brought together diverse minds from relevant fields of study (medicine, business, technology, engineering) to collaborate over a weekend to create a startup company. The code-a-thon was an opportunity for providers, patients, and the developers of consumer facing technology to come together to learn about Blue Button, identify high priority use cases, and build exciting new products ready to receive Blue Button...

Believe It or Not, Modern Tech Hurts Us in Global Crises

Sheri Fink, MD, PhD, Senior Fellow, New America Foundation, reminds us that low-tech solutions, and imaginative innovation are sometimes better than modern, electricity-dependent technologies in times of crisis.   Filmed at FutureMed, in February, 2012, at Singularity...

Aunt Hilda from Sabrina the Teenage Witch Discusses OAB

Caroline Rhea, comedian/activist, and Elizabeth R. Mueller, MD, discuss the latest treatments for overactive bladder including oral medications and sacral nerve stimulation. They urge physicians to consider botulinum toxin, which has been shown in studies to treat overactive bladder for up to 6 months, and can be administered as a single shot in the...

Can Medical Marijuana Be the Answer for Those Suffering from PTSD After 9/11?

Martin Lee, author of Smoke Signals, and director of Project CBD, discusses the results of a University of Calgary study that found New Yorkers suffering from PTSD after the 9/11 terrorist attacks had a lower baseline level of naturally occurring cannabinoids than those not suffering from...

Yes, The “Almost” Doctor’s Channel Has a Superbowl Halftime Ad. And It’s Awesome!

During halftime of Super Bowl XLVIII, we are happy to announce the launch of our new sister-site for med students, The “Almost” Doctor’s Channel (www.thealmostdoctorschannel.com). Pre-meds, Interns and Residents, you’re welcome too. Interested in writing for us? Check out the “Almost” Scholarships tab on our home page in order to submit an article for the chance of winning special prizes, including the chance to have your own recurring...

Top 5 Eats under $25 for Superbowl Week- New York, NY

It’s Superbowl week here in New York City and for those visiting the Big Apple, David gives an insider’s tips for food, theater, and shopping for a truly “New York” experience. Food 1. Little Poland 2. Han Dynasty 3. Breads Bakery 4. Cafe Edison 5. Sapporo Restaurant Theater 1. The Night Alive 2. After Midnight Shopping 1. Shinola 2. Cadet 3. Fishs...