Welcome to the 2 Minute Medicine® Podcast, summarizing the latest medical studies, curated and written by practicing physicians. On this podcast, twice a month, we cover the latest in health care news and research evidence.
We begin this episode by discussing two articles of the week, “Single-dose psilocybin for a treatment-resistant episode of major depression” and “Short-course vs long-course antibiotic therapy for children with non-severe community-acquired pneumonia: A systematic review and meta-analysis”. In the second half of our episode, we bring a medical eye to popular events. We begin by discussing how Twitter implementing an $8 payment to obtain a verified profile impacted Eli Lilly and have a conversation about why Insulin is so expensive. We then delve deeper into IVF in light of Jennifer Aniston’s recent interview, talk about why RSV and Influenza have been on the rise this year and end with a discussion about why the founder of Thernaos has been sentenced to 11 years in federal prison.
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