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There are a lot of misconceptions about what constitutes effective medicine. In this episode of Skepticality, Derek speaks with emergency room doctor Angie Feazel Mattke who reveals some of the most common (and sometimes funny) treatments that patients say they have tried when they visit doctors' offices and emergency rooms. Mattke gave a talk at Dragon Con aimed at explaining just how ubiquitous these “unscientific” medical ideas have become.
Show Notes
 

– Date – October 18th, 2016
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Wikipedia Update [x:xx]
– Invocations at government meetings.
– More about Susan Gerbic.

Skeptical Humanities [x:xx]
– CLOWNS!
– Bess Lovejoy, “What Do the Scary Clowns Want?”.
– Ronald Hutton, “The Wild Hunt and the Witches’ Sabbath
Skeptical Humanities.

Win A Copy of The Story of God [x:xx]
– Win a copy of ‘The Story of God’ by Chris Matheson.
– To enter the contest is go to the Skepticality Facebook page and mention the contest and what would you do if you found out you became God.

Skeptrack 2016 Talk: Medical Nonsense [xx:xx]
Skeptrack at Dragon Con.
– The talk audio was provided by Mark Distler and his company, Abrupt Media.
Angie Feazel Mattke.
– Angie on Twitter at @diverdowndoc.

Outro Music [x:xx:xx]
– Outro music donated by Trent Brusky of Dropfox.

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