January 26, 2021

Hurts to be awesome: Mind Body Syndrome

Mayim breaks down how our overall stress can have real physical impacts and Iliza Shlesinger discusses being a female stand up comedian among men in her profession, how we as a society struggle to communicate, and how her hectic work life caught up with her in the form of debilitating nerve pain.

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Mayim Bialik

Host, PhD in Neuroscience

Jonathan Cohen


Iliza Shlesinger

Comedian, Actress and TV Host

@ ilizas


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