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The Dose With Dr. Billy

Get ready for your weekly dose of health tips -- with a quirky twist. Join physician Dr. Billy Goldberg as he takes an irreverent look at the most common real-life health complaints. From sleep to sugar, memory and more, Dr. Billy demystifies health topics and provides real solutions anyone can understand. 

 
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Episode 2 Never Forget

Forgetful much? In this week's episode of The Dose With Dr. Billy, see how memories are formed in the brain and learn memorization techniques from memory champ Nelson Dellis. Dr. Billy sharpens his own memory skills in a showdown with comedian Tom Shilue.

Air date
Sunday, Dec 8, 2013

Dr. Billy Explains The 'Memory Palace'

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Dr. Billy takes us on an animated tour of the "memory palace" -- a memorization technique that makes it easier to remember complicated lists.

What Inspires U.S. Memory Champ Nelson Dellis?

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Dr. Billy interviews U.S. memory champion Nelson Dellis on why his grandmother was such an inspiration to him -- and why he climbs some of the tallest mountains on the planet.

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Billy Goldberg, M.D.
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Dr. Billy Goldberg is a 20-year emergency medicine physician and two-time New York Times bestselling author. He currently practices clinically in the emergency rooms at Bellevue Hospital Center and the New York University Langone Medical Center in New York City. He has performed research and published on topics including trauma, cervical spine injury, pulmonary embolism and resident education. 

Known for examining the tough, and often weird, questions of medicine, Dr. Goldberg published “Why Do Men Have Nipples? Hundreds of Questions You’d Only Ask a Doctor after Your Third Martini” with comic-novelist Mark Leyner. The book became a bestseller, and its hilarious, yet stealthily informative tone set the stage for upwave’s YouTube original series “Why Do Men Have Nipples?” that Dr. Billy hosts.

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Julianne moore
Julianne Moore
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A Golden Globe winner and four-time Oscar nominee, actress Julianne Moore is best known for her work in films including The Hours, Boogie Nights and The Big Lebowski. She lives -- and tries to get a good night's sleep -- in New York City, with her husband and two children.
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Christopher winter
W. Christopher Winter, MD
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Dr. Christopher Winter is a board-certified sleep specialist and an expert on sleep and athletic performance. He is the medical director of the Martha Jefferson Hospital Sleep Medicine Center in Charlottesville, Va., and the owner of Charlottesville Neurology and Sleep Medicine. 
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Mark leyner
Mark Leyner
- Episode 1
A comedic novelist, columnist and screenwriter, Mark Leyner has coauthored several humorous books on medicine with Dr. Billy Goldberg and is Dr. Billy's cohost on the upwave digital series Why Do Men Have Nipples? 
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Nelson dellis
Nelson Dellis
- Episode 2
A former software developer turned memory consultant, Nelson Dellis is the 2011 and 2012 USA memory champion and holds several U.S. memory records. Dellis founded the nonprofit Climb for Memory, which raises funds and awareness for Alzheimer’s disease research.
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Steve ramirez
Steve Ramirez
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Steve Ramirez, a graduate student in the MIT Brain and Cognitive Sciences department, researches how to locate -- and alter -- individual memories in the brain. His work has been featured in Science, New Scientist, Discover, and Scientific American.
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Aaron Mattfeld
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Researcher Aaron Mattfeld, Ph.D. explores memory processes in the MIT Brain and Cognitive Sciences department. His research focuses on the neurobiological mechanisms that support how we learn and remember -- and why those mechanisms change as we age.
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Tom shilue
Tom Shillue
- Episode 2
Comedian Tom Shillue has been featured on Comedy Central, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and FoxNews, and has appeared as a correspondent on The Daily Show. He received two ECNY awards for his show Supernormal.
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