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Menstrual Patterns in Adolescents

Here's another podcast from Pediatrics in Practice, Childrens Mercy Kansas City. My guest is pediatric endocrinologist Emily Paprocki, DO, an expert in the field. You can listen to this 10-minute episode here:

https://www.childrensmercy.org/health-care-providers/providers/connect-with-childrens-mercy/podcasts/pediatrics-in-practice/


For more interesting interviews, please check out "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner," which comes out every two weeks. The next episode will post Sunday, January 23, 2022, and it is definitely one of my favorites. My guest is Thomas Schneider, MD, author of "The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man."


I first heard Tom talk about his book on Burke Allen's podcast, "The Big Time Talker," and I was totally blown away. Tom started as a ne'er do well, almost became a Jesuit Priest, enlisted in the Navy and became a fighter pilot (think Top Gun), survived being shot down three times, had a brief stint as a test pilot (crashed again!), became a Navy family physician, an ENT surgeon, and the list of adventures goes on. Tom has had an incredible, unusual, and not entirely pleasant life, from which he has taken away awesome lessons.


Watch on YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/andrewwilnermdauthor


Listen on the web: https://andrewwilner.buzzsprout.com/


Or listen on your favorite podcast player (i.e., Apple, Goodpods, GooglePlay, iHeart, Spotify, Stitcher).


Your feedback is welcome! Please rate, review, and share those episodes that you like!


Thanks for listening!


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Thanks to Lisa Grabl, President of the CompHealth staffing agency, for including my comments in her Medical Economics article, "Why Physicians Need Work-Life Balance."