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Dr. Mikhail "Mike" Varshavski D.O.
Actively Practicing Board Certified Family Medicine Doctor living in NYC
#1 Health/Medicine Influencer w/ 13,000,000+ followers
An avid explorer of life. Just a man and his dogs against the world. Human first.
My goal is to make the field of medicine relatable, understandable, and fun!


15:00Doctor Reacts To LOST TV Show Medical Scenes
1:00Doctor On Elon Musk's Health Reveal #shorts
13:45Doctor Reacts To Nickelodeon Medical Scenes
7:48Doctors React To Medical Stand Up Comedy
10:01Doctor Reacts To Family Guy Medical Scenes
9:55Doctor Challenges Skin-Specialist Hyram
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10:12Doctor Reacts To SHOCKING TikToks #5
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11:01Dr. Mike Takes A Love Language Test
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  • I'm guessing someone may have heard something about the studies that suggest practicing music has long term beneficial effects on cognitive functions, including memory etc. But saying that dancing does all that is stretching it (unless we're talking about career balet dancers :P).

  • Just when I am about to start having probiotic supplements. Thank you 😁

  • Wooooh.... So according to this person (who called dr Mike fatphobic) is actually trying to refer all nutritionists as fatphobics too. Because theoreticallay and both practically speaking, what a nutritionist does, he /she actually promotes healthy eating behaviors and patterns.

  • guys please we need to talk about the genocide that is going on in Palestine , a horrible ethnic cleansing done by the israeli government against the palestinian people , stand against this oppression , educate yourself , use your voice to raise awareness

  • Dr Mike it's the beans

  • I'm greek and eating a Greek salad without feta, is like eating just a normal salad

  • There was an ad for this video where they mentioned about a device called 'lumen', which tells you what should be your diet based on your breath...... Is it true in any way?

  • alive person alive people alive body

  • DUDE! I loved lost when I watched it, I stopped at like season 5 tho

  • The 5W appears in the first episode of Grey's!

  • I love LOST. I saw it with my family as a kid and will never forget it. The sea urchin scene was cool because it seemed to surprise Dr. Mike with it’s novelty and plausibility. I would have been curious to hear what he thought about the main characters getting knocked out every other episode, but I guess the video would have been too long.

  • Now I know that if I ever see you anywhere (which is highly unlikely), I'll have to either say "More House M.D. Please" or "Are you a REAL doctor?".

  • I clicked in hoping to see Doctor Mike's shower scene

  • Ahhh no butters psych eval huh lol

  • I love house md. the most ,But i didn't watch ER , now i will I want more videos for house md. please 🥺 Doctor mike stay happy and healthy ❤️

  • 2:16 This explains the bruises I wake up with in the morning.

  • I’m the dad of twins. I can say in my experience, most of the time when a baby is crying, it’s because they need burp, they are hungry, or need to be changed. Obviously there other reasons a baby can be crying, but I always checked those first

  • Me: Your FOV is killing me Dr Mike: CHEST COMPRESSIONS

  • Hey doc. Do you know if there’s been any substantial studies on curing asthma/allergy induced asthma? I feel like I’m constantly treading water when I’m outside and it’s a plague to me. Would a lung transplant be an option?

  • are you in a relationship and will you ever have kids

  • 10:55 Dr Mike as a cartoon

  • If patients are scheduled for 15 minutes and you're rushed..... maybe 20 min...

  • Does...dying from a tumor....hurt?...or do you feel nothing like going to sleep....

  • what's the benefit of conducting a correlation study instead of a causal study?

  • The bean and sweet potato burgers aren't necessarily supposed to taste like beef. I am vegetarian and I eat veggie burgers and most of the ones I have eaten until recently were not pretending to be meat at all. In fact, in my opinion, the best veggie burgers are the ones that taste good for what is in them and not because they taste like beef.

  • what's the benefit of conducting a correlation study instead of a causal study?

  • Ever watched Call the Midwife?

  • Shower and washing hair also depends on the weather in the country. If it's hot like hell and choose not to shower or wash hair, imagine how one will smell. 🙊

  • So anyone remember that guy who had a Gynecologist office but didn't have a medical degree at all?

  • If you wanted to know what "THAT THING" is. xD Its called a Head mirror. A head mirror is mostly used for examination of the ear, nose & throat. It comprises a circular concave mirror, with a small hole in the middle, and is attached to a head band. The mirror is worn over the physician's eye of choice, with the concave mirror surface facing outwards and the hole directly over the physician's eye, providing illumination like a ring light. :D

  • If onions did dleanse us we wouldnt have doctors

  • Watching this video one year later. Interesting how much we didn’t know back then .

  • Business School!

  • Imagine how nasty a sterilized m&m would taste.

  • Are doctors rich?

  • poor Luis was suffering omg

  • mike: ur phone has more poop bacteria than a toilet seat me: throws phone that I'm watching mike on across the room

  • While WD-40 does contain some oil and is often used as a lubricant, that's not what it was designed for. WD-40 is a water displacement compound, and rust inhibitor. So while it's used as lubricant frequently, because it does displace water, and helps loosen oxidation that often causes mechanical seizing, That isn't it's designed function. so even though the formulation is a trade secret and well guarded, we know it contains petroleum products. That concludes the lesson for the day. So yes it contains oil, yes it's often used as a lubricant, and it does function well in that setting, it's actually something else entirely

  • Thank god I am from a country with UHC. I wouldn't change the Canadian system for the American for anything.

  • dr mike: get 7-10 hours of sleep to be the most productive you can me: 3 take it or leave it

  • Can you review M.A.S.H

  • A Hairdresser I used to go to told me I shouldn't wash my hair more than every other day. Idk about others but when it comes to My hair I think I'm gonna trust a person running a business focused on haircare. She handled my hair, she knows her stuff. She knows what's good for My hair. Like Dr.Mike said. It's an individual thing. Ask your hairdresser/barber

  • Lmao watching Dr. Mike get frustrated at Jack "I'm A Doctor And A Control Freak" Shepard within the first 3 minutes of watching the show is giving me life

  • Aw Dr Graham Chapman did wonderfully inhospitable classic sketch

  • He sounds so much more triggered when you watch it at 1.5 speed and it's hysterical. You're welcome

  • How tf does his bed support 800 pounds my bed will collapse if I jump on it lol

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  • Cardio palmonary resuscitation. Hi I'm 16 years old. This summer I am going to start volunteering for my local rescue squad. I don't really have much experience in the field of real life medicine. I took a health assistant class and learned vitals, first aid and all the history of medicine. I have always been fascinate with modern medicine. I want to go to the U.S Navy and become a APRN (advanced practice registered nurse) I don't want to be a doctor because you are in and out with the patient. Ina hospital a nurse pract

    • In a hospital a you get more time with the patient and you can do almost as much as an MD can do.

  • Keep up the good work. There will always be miserable and negative people who will always play the victim game.

  • Head transplants HAVE been done...none have been successful though. In 1908 Alexis Carrel collaborated with the American Charles Claude Guthrie to attempt to graft the head of one dog on an intact second dog. In 1954, Vladimir Demikhov, a Soviet surgeon who had done important work to improve coronary bypass surgery, performed an experiment in which he grafted a dog's head and upper body including the front legs, onto another dog. In 2012, Xiaoping Ren published work in which he grafted the head of a mouse onto another mouse's body; again the focus was on how to avoid harm from the loss of blood supply; with his protocol the grafted heads survived up to six months. In 2015, Ren published work in which he cut off the heads of mice but left the brain stem in place, and then connected the vasculature of the donor head to the recipient body; this work was an effort to address whether it was possible to keep the body of the recipient animal alive without life support. All prior experimental work that involved removing the recipient body's head had cut the head off lower down, just below the second bone in the spinal column. Ren also used moderate hypothermia to protect the brains during the procedure. In 2016, Ren and Canavero published a review of attempted as well as possible neuroprotection strategies that they said should be researched for potential use in a head transplantation procedure; they discussed various protocols for connecting the vasculature, the use of various levels of hypothermia, the use of blood substitutes, and the possibility of using hydrogen sulfide as a neuroprotective agent.

  • Wtf is a middle case letter?

  • Bears voice would be very like high pitched but when his mad he will become DeMoN

  • Am I the weird one for thinking these tik toks were fine? “We know when y’all are faking” -> okay, so if a doctor can catch when a patient is faking, isn’t that a good thing? It doesn’t mean that all doctors assume a patient is faking. In the other, the nurse/doctor THOUGHT of cocaine as an option or possible problem not as a certainty. Which is perfectly reasonable since they have to spend time considering possible reasons for whatever the patient’s problem is. I’ve been asked about drug use and had to show my wrists at blood clinics and I don’t get mad at them for assuming I so drugs. It’s part of their job to consider all options

    • Tl;dr. -> tik tok is not meant to be taken seriously people.

  • Okay, I love all these. Great video, keep up the awesome content

  • You are a ravenclaw

  • That's a very good wig doc

  • I had two heavy nosebleeds from picking my nose, and possibly lost a girlfriend since the girl I liked saw me doing it (nah I didn't have chance already).

  • so youre saying i shouldnt pull out????

  • I love your quick witted comments. So cute ♡

  • My name is James I'm 17 yrs old in Texas, USA. 🇺🇸 I just wanted to say y'all have an amazing day.

  • LMAO Scrubs one spot above Grey's feels like trolling. Love it.

  • The late night Gross Anatomy Lab Creepshow is so real. In a lab of about 50 cadavers on dissecting tables, my lab partners and I literally ran screaming after we shifted our cadaver's upper body and some trapped air escaped through his throat. He let out a soft MOAN and we took off. In retrospect we always giggle about it, but oh my heart was racing that night.

  • The hysterical transaction relatedly brush because invoice centrally depend an a lean toilet. crooked, simple radar

  • Totally in love from the first view of Bear :)

  • apart from rthat these is a film your analysis shows me that your open mindedness in your profession is very shallow, yo go by the book but people who usually make strandfs and a mark in their professions are the ones who believe in coming up wit new ideas

  • Dr. Mike, in your opinion would chiropractic practice be helpful in herniated disc cases ??

  • Mike's sarcastic comments are on point !! "Oh!!! Oh!!! oh!! how about we don't breath in people's mouths anymore!" Hahhaah , Noice!

  • My insomnia said 4 is okay for me but I beg to differ.

  • You are just a fact checker of big pharma

  • Thank you for the smart entertainment Dr. Mike. I love learning while laughing. I love hearing from the actual professionals about these shows. I feel like I learn more as a layperson as a result. So much of our expectations are set from television and movies (unfortunately) so to hear them laugh and react to the fiction of it all is really---refreshing.

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  • Great joke

  • Here in UK there were hundreds of deaths daily from COVID during the winter AND we were locked down, can you imagine how bad it would have been if we weren't locked down? It had to be done

  • As someone diagnosed with Hashimoto’s Disease and who is in a constant struggle to lose weight, I just wanna say that Dr. Mike has by FAR been one of the most helpful channels to stay in touch with that’s helped me the most (besides my own doctor ofc 😂) Keep doing what’s right Dr. Mike! Don’t let the people who aren’t medical professionals try and get you down they just don’t know better 🤷🏻‍♀️

  • Dr. Mike your videos helped my 11 year old daughter nail her CPR training. Chest compressions, chest compressions, chest compressions.

  • Maybe I am strange, but the situation where they show the woman of the brain dead patient the patient with cf and talk to her about donating her partners lungs, to me that’s extremely unethical. It is guilt tripping someone into donating organs, because if she decides to not go along with it, it is her “fault” if the other patient dies. If I was that woman and felt that pressured into making that decision, my answer would instantly be no. But that’s just my view, maybe i’m wrong? I think organ donation is a great thing, but it 100% has to be a decision made by patients and/ or their families based on their own convictions and beliefs, not guilt

  • Can u plz give more information about plummeting sperm fertility and count in males in recent yrs.

  • Main reason people jerk round in bed (aside of medical reasons) is not just change of sleep cycle but NOISE! Most Humans do not grasp the brain is noise prone and can't fully rest if it is always reacting to noises. City people jerk round in bed a LOT more than people that have no such vast amounts of noises 24/7

  • when this claim is made anywere in the world: well disprove it with evidence when its made in america: 49% of the population agrees 49% disagrees and 2% actually fact check it

  • In New Zealand all peanut products are now banned from public school lunchboxes, in aircraft I've been denied peanut snacks because some person on the plane "claims" to have a peanut allergy so severe that even the smell of peanuts will put them in anaphylactic shock. That claim specifically has led to schools introducing the peanut free lunchboxes. Truly, I have had written warnings threatening expulsion if I kept packing peanut butter. Is it possible that the mere smell can cause such a reaction? What is your take on that policy?