Interviews with medical experts, researchers, policymakers, and others are featured in Dr. K’s lively podcast series “What the Doctor Say?” From economic topics like the fast food industry’s targeting of Black communities to government issues like Obamacare to disease-specific discussions, these conversations are designed to build knowledge and spread awareness.  

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As a part of ongoing discussions surrounding the rise of gun violence and the need for a cease fire, Dr. Kendra Outler, MD from MyUzima sat down with a panel

 Trauma psychology addresses the ways humans respond to stressors—especially stressors that are life-threatening or have the threat of causing psychological or physical harm. Working at a level one trauma

As a part of ongoing discussions on the rise of gun violence as it relates to health, both mentally and physically, Dr. Erich Conrad, MD, FACLP, discussed the effects

September is Sickle Cell Awareness Month.  More than 100,000 Americans are diagnosed with sickle cell anemia, an inherited blood disorder that affects the shape of red blood cells, which carry

In this podcast, DrK reviews the groundbreaking book by healthcare attorney Daniel E. Dawes and provides additional context on the difficult path toward equitable healthcare in the United States. 

This podcast - and book review - is about another Daniel E. Dawes book that Dr. K strongly reccomends : The Political Determinants of Health

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