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This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

Author: Exactly Right / Erin Welsh & Erin Allmann Updyke

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This podcast might not actually kill you, but it covers so many things that can. Each episode tackles a different disease, from its history, to its biology, and finally, how scared you need to be. Ecologists and epidemiologists Erin Welsh and Erin Allmann Updyke make infectious diseases acceptable fodder for dinner party conversation and provide the perfect cocktail recipe to match

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Kerri Fogarty

my new favourite

Dec 12th
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Alison Morgan

how often does this come out?

Dec 10th
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Accordionbabe

Learning so much! Love the evidence based citations and bibliographies. Excellent 5 Star podcast and content. Quarantinis are pret-ty taste-y too.

Dec 9th
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Ian Cole

Listened to an episode, was great! Look forward to the rest.

Dec 9th
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Brent Buttorff

Partway through your first episode, great and interesting content! I'm definitely adding this to my regular batch of podcasts!

Dec 8th
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Dec 7th
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Dec 7th
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Tracey Burbridge

Love the podcast ladies! Especially liked the stomach turning excerpt from "Demon in the freezer". My favorite book is "The Hot Zone", also by Richard Preston. It scares the hell out of me! How about getting into a little ebola?

Dec 7th
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Bret Clikeman

what about lymes ?

Dec 6th
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Ashley Westfall

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Dec 6th
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Lazy

Ashley Westfall @_@

Dec 12th
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Felicia DeLappi

These episodes are very difficult for me to listen to. As a woman starting out as a hairdresser, right at that time, all of my friends were gay. All of them. I lost so many. The cocktail was a miracle. But, I still miss so many.... So many. Thank you for not letting anybody forget.😘

Dec 6th
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Mike Matthews

These girls are great, and the subjects so interesting! Been listening back to back! WASH YOUR HANDS!!!

Dec 5th
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Xiao Forrest

I agree that politics are everywhere but in this case taking about it is necessary. A large contributing factor of why this disease was not treated as quickly/aggressively as other public health risks is because of the group most affected. Like in many previous episodes we see that there is a history of ignoring or neglecting diseases that don't directly affect the majority and/or the socially enfranchised in the white/European/rich countries. Plus part of the podcast is about the histories and the historical impacts of the epidemics and laws and stuff are parts of history

Dec 4th
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Taylor Harrell

Xiao Forrest You’re right I can agree with that but I can’t help but sense a personal level of political input and that’s what irritates me. I totally get what you are saying though it does make sense to include the historical politics on the topic.

Dec 5th
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Todd Pursel

I like your content but I'm also not trying to listen to MSNBC. Leave the politics out, this is about disease.

Dec 4th
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Taylor Harrell

Great episode but please god leave the politics out! I’m so sick of not being able to listen to or watch literally anything without politics coming into play.... why is it so hard to not mention polical bs?! It’s sadly inescapable.

Dec 4th
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Sarah Dyer

Taylor Harrell considering they're talking about how disease plays a part in the modern world and that's going to automatically get into politics of how diseases are controlled per country and how health funding is used Etc I don't see how you think they can leave the politics out

Dec 13th
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Xiao Forrest

Taylor Harrell But I would love to keep discussing this!

Dec 4th
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Seth Anderson

really enjoy but volume is so low. please turn up.

Dec 2nd
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Justin Albright

Seth Anderson You know you can do that, right?

Dec 3rd
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Jenn R.

Thank you for your channel! Would you like to know more truths behind our society's infectious diseases? Learn more at TruthCures.org

Dec 1st
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Elise Cara Klein

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Dec 1st
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Sammantha Fabish

Is the Steven they talk to THE Steven Ray Morris???

Nov 30th
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Tiffany Reese

Courtney Russ maybe not though. they are on exactly right network now, but they didn't start there. Karen used their podcast episode when she covered typhoid mary and that was MONTHS ago.

Dec 6th
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Courtney Russ

Sammantha Fabish This is a part of karen and georgia’s podcast network, so im guessing so

Dec 2nd
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Felicia DeLappi

I am loving this podcast so much! I am fascinated by the flu pandemic, and I didn't know they had figured out which one it was. Thanks for this great info!! I'm your fan for life now. You both are like the Georgia and Karen for disease!😘😘

Nov 30th
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