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Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

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Join Dr. Sydnee McElroy and her husband Justin McElroy for a tour of all the dumb, bad, gross, weird and wrong ways we've tried to fix people.
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I Hate Podcasts!

Thank you for your Mental Health Story episode. This episode helped in the fight against stigma towards mental illness. You guys rock!!!

Jun 23rd
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eimme lee

Wow, both of their stories, especially Justin's were extremely relatable. Justine and Sydney were able to describe anxiety and depression in such good, unique ways. I'm so thankful for hearing these perspectives. I feel so much relief that Justin shares my flavor of anxiety. It's so wonderful hearing your heros describe what they went through/are going through. Generalized anxiety/depressive solidarity. The most helpful episode for me thus far. ❤️

Jun 21st
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Sirius Black

I swear these two are goals❤️

Jun 19th
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Evan Brown

Thank you for sharing.

Jun 15th
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Dylan Platt

Justin called Sydnee out for saying bullshit and bleeped it... then said it twice in a row later in the episode. Not cool, Juice.

Jun 6th
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Zoe Delapenha

this came out on my birthday I will accept it as a present

May 28th
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holt russell

this reminds me of that one episode of house.

May 4th
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Finn Hartley

jesus, this episode's topic is /w i l d/.

May 1st
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MrPatchnfletch

Although I'm thankful to live in modern times, I had two stents in over 6 weeks & recently had the last removed. Horrific experience. I don't love it & definitely wouldn't recommend it. Drink more water & eat right people!

Apr 30th
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Finn Hartley

I don't understand one thing they said: they said that they were the last generation to have the chicken pox "rite of passage", as Justin put it. But I was born in 2000, I wasn't vaccinated as a baby, and I had the virus. A lot of my friends had chicken pox as children as well, and another friend of mine who hadn't had it, was actually vaccinated against it in Year 7, with the school vaccinations (HPV, Diptheria/Tetanus, Hep B, and chicken pox). It might be that the vaccine wasn't in Australia until later on but that seems odd. My little brother, born in 2006, was vaccinated.

Apr 30th
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Finn Hartley

Finn Hartley Just looked it up, the vaccine was introduced in Australia in 2001 and only given to 18 month olds from 2005.

Apr 30th
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Jim Clark

I love this podcast. most of the ones I have tried to listen to are boring. I like the way they approach subjects and the facts I learn, but I am on Justin's mental wavelength so the dumbing down of the info is super helpful.

Apr 26th
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Fake Name

They could really stand to edit their podcasts better. Between the first 5 minutes being completely skippable, the ads and the directionless waffling there's probably 15 minutes of interesting content per 50 minute episode.

Apr 19th
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Zoe Delapenha

tbh I thought you weren't supposed to eat before a surgery so you don't shit yourself on the table

Mar 31st
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deltabravo73

interesting episode for me. Charcot Marie Tooth runs in my family. It is one of the most common inherited sensory motor neuropathy in the world.

Mar 28th
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Cole Belle

I just really love Justin and Sydnee's dynamic ❤

Mar 6th
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Tiffany Thayne

I love Sawbones. It helps keep me awake during my early morning job on campus, and it makes me feel so much more educated as I clean up the anatomy labs. Love the fair, equal treatment of all subjects and the thorough research Syd does.

Feb 3rd
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Jesse Moser

Syd, you are wonderful for sharing this with us, even though you must be very busy with your doctor job. Justin seems to have fun as well. (sorry about the people that complain about Syd's breathing when she's pregnant, she's kinda gotta breathe and a fetus can make that hard)

Feb 1st
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Emily Froese

I love this show so much, and it also made my psych prof think i'm very smart when he brought up the 4 humours with the assumption that no one had heard of it. Now he thinks I'm highly educated and not that I spend all day listening to podcasts. Thanks Sydnee!

Jan 29th
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Matthew Jameson

I love love this show.. Sorry you need to tell people not to drink dirty water and not to eat tide pods.. And for the record not put off by the heavy breathing if Syd is preggo.

Jan 28th
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Gloom Moon

I mean weren't bloodlines kept by incest @ this time so likeee there are a great chance that all of them had the same or similar ? genetic weakness? I'm think its first immune and than brain damage

Jan 24th
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