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Join hosts Jeremie, Brian, and Taylor as they hangout and have an unapologetic, unpolished and unfiltered discussion about what it's like to live life with a disease, in the hopes of finding humour in an otherwise taboo and sometimes dark subject.
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This week we shake it up with a podcast mish-mash! The fellas are joined by the co-hosts of Canadian Politics Is Boring to talk about Ol' Tommy Douglas and his shady background in the practice of Eugenics. Turns out, he made an oopsie. Big shout out to Jesse and Rhys for the history lesson! If you want to check them out head on over to https://www.canadianpoliticsisboring.com/ Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d
Eugene lives a rockstar lifestyle. Owning one of the most renowned clubs in Canada the man knows a thing or two about how to party. So it sort of makes sense that he mistook a full-blown stroke for a raging hangover. Thankfully he was able to get the help he needed! This week we follow Eugene along on a wild tale from Mexico, to Canada all in the search for what the heck was going on in his brain!  For more info on strokes and the great work being done by the Heart And Stroke Foundation go to: heartandstroke.ca Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d
We're approaching the new normal. Stuffed animal audience members. Masks and doggy style for coitus. $1.1 Million hospital bills and more! Then the gang chat with Crystal Watson, executive director of Recreation Nova Scotia to talk about the importance of rec therapy, the misconceptions, and the important work being done to provide better services to the black community here in Halifax!  Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d  
Diane is fully blind. So naturally, she has superhuman hearing, right? Nope. That's not how it works. Diane spent her entire life learning to navigate the world without vision to guide her and boy, did she figure it out. Diane suffers from Retinitis pigmentosa but that doesn't hold her back from being a tri-athlete, a former stand up comic, and currently the director of the CNIB Guide Dogs. We dive into the lack of accessibility, her love of cycling, and ALL things guide dogs!  Ticket to our LIVE show - www.sickboypodcast.com/shows Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d
The world's dumbest world leader gets dumber. Jeremie has been watching too much porn. Lauren is down for some Robot Oral. Then the gang chat with DKT (aka Dr. Karina Top) a vaccine specialist about the future of COVID Vaccines. Spoiler alert, they are likely to be microchip free and cause little to no autism. Sign us up!  Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d
We can't contain our excitement for this weeks episode! We sit down with long time dream guest of Sickboy, Dr. Brian Goldman. A Canadian emergency physician, author, public speaker, and host of CBC's The Dose and White Coat Black Art. We talk about the behind closed doors culture of health care workers, the harsh realities of COVID, and Brians recent search for what kindness truly looks like—in himself and in others, during his work on writing his latest book The Power Of Kindness. Referenced in the episode: Ted Talk - Doctors Make Mistakes. Can we talk about that?: https://www.ted.com/talks/brian_goldman_doctors_make_mistakes_can_we_talk_about_that?language=en Be sure to check out White Coat Black Art and The Dose  Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d
We're back with another edition of Feel Good Friday! This week we talk about the world opening back up! If you got your cigs, smoke em' like Brians father slamming his drum kit and 2nd hand smoking out the Stever boys! Taylor gets tested for COVID and acts tough about it, and Jeremie is installing a glory hole in his back yard as directed by public health! Then we ask: what is COVID like for folks who use their mouths for their hands?  Check out @artbykaileen for some amazing artwork!  Videos links:  Las Vegas Smoker - https://twitter.com/rexchapman/status/1270342876778631168?s=21 Testicle-checking booth - https://youtu.be/u54H2TZX3vs Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d  
243 - Black Lives Matter

243 - Black Lives Matter

2020-06-0801:20:45

This week we throwback to two conversations we've had in past episodes about racial inequities within the Canadian healthcare system due to systematic and institutionalized racism. First, we hear from Verena Rizg, a nurse practitioner, about what she's learned about how race affects both giving and receiving care in her time having worked in the prison system. Then we dive into the world of Social illness Dr. Ingrid Waldron. Dr. Waldron is the author of the book, There's Something in the Water: Environmental Racism in Indigenous and Black Communities. The book was also the inspiration for the Netflix Documentary by the same name. It examines the legacy of environmental racism and its health impacts in Indigenous and Black communities in Canada, using Nova Scotia as a case study.  For resources, we've been taking in throughout the week on how to be a better ally go head to our linktree - https://linktr.ee/sickboypodcast Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d  
This week the boys talk to Ella from down under about lump that she found down under. Turns out that lump turned out to be cancer inside her anus. From intense hypochondria and anxiety to navigating a very rare cancer while raising a young child, Ella brings lots of laughter and levity to a very scary situation. We talk about the Australian health care system, "auditioning your treatment team, butt hole measurements, and portable chemo treatment.  Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d  
It might be Feel Good Friday, but Jeremie is in full panic mode because he may or may not lose his right eye. The fellas discuss the potential for a future vaccine (could it be a year? could it be 10? who knows). Then they chat with Martha! A new mom over in France. What is it like to give birth during the worst global pandemic of our lifetime? Not easy. Chuck a positive COVID test into the mix and howdy duty, you're in for a wild few weeks! 
Steve spent the majority of his life with Hepatitis C and didn't know it. There's no way to know where he got it exactly, but it could have been from a sketchy garage tattoo while indulging in some devils lettuce and listening to some of that sinful "rock and roll" music. Today in honour of Hep C Awareness month we talk about how far we've come in the treatment of the disease that is now curable.  Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d  
What do sex dolls, drive-thru go-go dancers and the Canadian elderly population have in common? Not a whole lot aside from all being topics that were covered on this week's edition of Feel Good Friday. We kick things off REAL light and loose with some interesting news stories. From Korean action figure models causing controversy to the ingenuity of one Portland strip club on keeping business flowing. Then a dose of reality. We speak with Dr. Samir Sinha, Director of Geriatrics at Mount Sinai Toronto to discuss how our healthcare system is failing our elderly population and what needs to change! 
Grief can be an incredible teacher. This week we bring you a special and intimate conversation between Jeremie and his wife Bryde about the death of Bryde's father and PEI treasure, Rev. Izzard Goate AKA Bill. They explore and unpack some of the things that Bryde felt, saw and learned about love over the seven weeks she cared for him while he transitioned.  Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d  
This Friday the fellas get extra silly willy. Taylor's conspiracy theories are evolving as he actually for real believes in the existence of Aliens now. Brian admits that he's a fake sweet version of himself on Monday episodes. Jeremie shares his hot wax masturbatory end of day rituals. Other highlights include mannequin Michelin star restaurants, Canadian/Chinese vaccine partnerships, irate car rants and the world's most evil human experiments. Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast
Ryan's name starts with the letter R. But, Ryan has a really hard time pronouncing words with the letter R. God DAMN that's frustrating! Ryan lives with acquired Apraxia. According to Wikipedia: Apraxia is a motor disorder caused by damage to the brain in which the individual has difficulty with the motor planning to perform tasks or movements when asked, provided that the request or command is understood and the individual is willing to perform the task. We talk about the social challenges Ryan has faced and how he manages to cope with such a frustrating disorder.  Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast
Jeremie eat's a bag of dicks, Brian's GF is an athletic goddess, Lauren earns her week free of lashings and Taylor is not only a flat earther, but he also has an interest in swinging now, apparently. Will Jeremie show him the ropes? The gang then talk to Hannah all the way from Little Rock, AK about her experience in fostering two toddlers in the midst of a global pandemic. A true hero, doing wonderful work, all while rocking a sick paid of COD headphones. 
Today from our apocalypse bunkers we shoot the literal and metaphorical shit with our new friend Tess Koman! Coming to us from her childhood bedroom closet, Tess shares with us her coming of age tale of a girl living with such a severe case of Crohn's disease that it even messed up her lungs!! She also manages to win the award for the most grotesque/gnar-gnar story we've ever heard on the show. Congrats Tess!  Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast
Brian would like everyone to know that peeing sitting down = vulnerable. Taylor goes even deeper into a hole of alt-right beliefs and conspiracy BS. Lauren does not receive her weekly intern beating this week and Jeremie is pro endangered species murder. Although on the bright side the gang chat with Dr. Alex Chase-Levenson about the history of Quarantines and talk about what history can teach us about moving forward as a society going through a bizarre and traumatic event together!  Shout out to Todrick Hall for the killer Quarantine Jams! Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast  
We spend most of our time talking about personal illness, but this week we dive into the world of Social illness with none other than the wise and poignant Dr. Ingrid Waldron. Dr. Waldron is the author of the book, There's Something in the Water: Environmental Racism in Indigenous and Black Communities. The book was also the inspiration for the Netflix Documentary by the same name. It examines the legacy of environmental racism and its health impacts in Indigenous and Black communities in Canada, using Nova Scotia as a case study, and the grassroots resistance activities by Indigenous and Black communities against the pollution and poisoning of their communities. This conversation is an important one. Sit down, open up your ears and your hearts and enjoy!  Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcas
Today’s Feel Good Friday episode is all about Mindfulness & Self Love. There’s no doubt about it, these are strange and trying times. So if you need a pick me up, settle in for a stimulating session with the boys and their new friend Dr. Timothy Walker. He's a psychotherapist with a specialty in mindfulness but more importantly, he's a dude with a kind soul and some incredible wisdom to share. Support the podcast on Patreon - www.patreon.com/sickboy  Thanks to Thisten for transcribing this episode - https://thisten.co/event/cbe4d Follow us on Instagram & Twitter - @sickboypodcast
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Comments (12)

Jailen Brown

hi my name is jailen i have sickle-cell ss I'm 13 years old this is my first time listening to a podcast

Jun 29th
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Ashley Clark

I know someone who suffered for decades with mental illness and after 30+ years is doing really well without any incidents of suicidal actions in years now. I'm glad that they are still with us and I think they are too. there's also the issue with mental illness of loved ones having an easier time manipulating people with mental illness to access m.a.i.d. I'm really against people accessing m.a.i.d for the sole reason of mental illness, however I dont think mental illness should be considered when making the decision to allow access for other reasons.

Jan 27th
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Amber Harris

I’m listening to these in order from the beginning, this is by far the best episode.

Aug 15th
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Shanna Carlile Roy

Shout out to a Fibro from a Cyster!

Feb 12th
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Jennifer Duggan

"Jurisdiction"; for medical personnel, is "scope of practice"...🤓

Dec 20th
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Laura Mess

Love this podcast! These guys are hilarious and I've learned a lot! These bros are teaching acceptance and battling stigma one terrible joke at a time!!

Dec 7th
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Anne Bivalent

I also have bipolar and empathize with this woman soooo much

Oct 22nd
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haley bradley

I would love to see an episode about delirium as recently my grandmas doctor believes she has delirium and I think it would be beneficial to learn about others experience with delirium. I have listened to your podcasts for over a year now and believe everyone should listen to you guys!!! it's an easy way to be informed about general health and illnesses.

Oct 9th
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Sheena Martin Svitich

This podcast says to me that we really should be circumsizing babies like the old days...

Apr 11th
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Taylor Jane Cardinal

would love for a diabetic episode as I am diabetic I would love that !!

Oct 24th
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