My Thoughts On Vaping + ASMR | Responding to Your Comments | Doctor Mike
- Published: 01 July 2018
- **Update** As you can probably tell I answer these questions completely relying on my knowledge and we don’t do extra takes. In the Vaping question I mistakenly said it’s Propylene Glycol that causes popcorn lung, when it is actually diacetyl (found in some flavorings). I will constantly try to improve my knowledge and give you the most honest, evidence based medicine info. Thanks for watching, love you all!
We are back at it responding to your comments and questions via this monthly video series. I love reading and responding to your comments and as you can tell I'll jump into the comments section with a reply or a heart quite often.
A couple favorite questions/comments from this video are
1) Why do men have nipples?
2) Why do doctors smoke?
3) What are the health effects of vaping aka what are my thoughts on vaping ?
4) What medical procedure makes me nauseous?
5) Is pimping easy?
6) Do I have doctor's handwriting?
7) Can doctors prescribe themselves medications?
8) My thought on makeup
9) Will I ever make an ASMR video?
Doctors are traditionally unreachable and I want to change that. So hop into this video’s and any other of my video’s comment section and ask dr mike! I want to see your username pop up on my next responding to comments video.
If you have an idea of something you want me to cover in depth, please let me know because I take your requests seriously. We will be back with more Medical Drama Review Series in a couple of weeks so please submit more names of shows/episodes you'd like for me to watch. Love you all!
- Doctor Mike Varshavski
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