Podcast Recommendations: Health and Science Related Podcasts

Health-related podcasts:

Here are some of my favorite podcasts for learning from experts in their field.

 

STEM-Talk (iTunes, website):
Conversations with some of the most interesting people in the world of science and technology

Dr. Peter Attia’s The Drive (iTunes, website):
The Peter Attia Drive is a weekly, deep-dive podcast focusing on maximizing longevity, and all that goes into that from physical to cognitive to emotional health. With over 25 million episodes downloaded, it features topics including fasting, ketosis, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, mental health, and much more.”

Genetics Unzipped (iTunes, website):
Podcast produced by the Genetic Society in the UK that includes interviews and educational content surrounding genetics.

Collective Insights (iTunes, website):
Podcast from the Neurohacker Collective with some interesting interviews on health, biohacking, and cognitive enhancement.

Found My Fitness (iTunes, website):
Interviews and thoughts on health and fitness – Rhonda Patrick, PhD.

HumanOS Radio (iTunes, website):
Interviews on health and fitness – Dan Pardi, PhD


Member Recommendations:

Huberman Labs (iTunes, website):
member recommendation: “My favorite podcast is by Andrew Huberman called – Huberman Labs – he’s a neuroscientist at Stanford. So easy to listen to and great guy all the way around. Brilliant and accessible.

Send me your recommendation:

I would love to hear from you and create a list of member recommended podcasts!  Let me know your favorite science, health, or medicine related podcasts:



Author Information:   Debbie Moon
Debbie Moon is the founder of Genetic Lifehacks. She holds a Master of Science in Biological Sciences from Clemson University and an undergraduate degree in engineering from Colorado School of Mines. Debbie is a science communicator who is passionate about explaining evidence-based health information. Her goal with Genetic Lifehacks is to bridge the gap between the research hidden in scientific journals and everyone's ability to use that information. To contact Debbie, visit the contact page.