Ever wondered what a doctor really thinks of the latest health crazes, the anti-vax movement and vegan diets? Join Dr Polyvios, a doctor who discusses everyday topics in health, fitness and mental wellbeing including health issues that can affect all of us in today’s society.
By teaming up with special guests and experts in their field, this podcast also provides an insight into medical life and its challenges including work related stress and burnout. All from a light-hearted but opinionated doctor’s perspective.
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*Disclaimer* Please note that all opinions and the content of this Podcast represent those of the host and the show's guests. The content of this podcast is for informational and/or entertainment purposes only and should not replace the medical advice given to you by your own GP/doctor. Please ensure you seek medical advice from your own doctor or healthcare professional if you have any concerns regarding your health or have any medical questions. Under no circumstances shall the Podcast's host or guests be responsible for any damages arising from the use of the Podcast.
Organ donation - A recipients view
Danny Hiles, received a liver transplant which saved his life. He shares his story about receiving his diagnosis and what it means to be an organ recipient.
Season 3 Trailer
Join me, Dr Polyvios for an opinionated view on popular health topics and an insight into medical life.
Always pleasing others – Cause of unhappiness?
A look at anxiety and being a ‘people pleaser’ and how many don’t realise this might be causing their unhappiness and depression. let alone realise they even have it.
Nursing on the front-line. When feeling alone doesn't mean you are
Joined by Hollie Lawrence, a student nurse and creator of ProVent, group where healthcare workers can discuss openly and confidentially matters that may be contributing to stress and burnout in the workplace including the ever increasing feeling of guilt that healthcare workers have felt when they themselves have had to self-isolate.
When controversy meets laughter - a roundtable discussion
A highly charged yet entertaining discussion between friends searching for answers to controversial topics within the NHS
Caffeine - Harmful? How much is too much?
Explaining the physiological effects of caffeine on the brain and a look at the literature to determine whether caffeine is safe and whether we are drinking too much tea and coffee.