Bring on the Pain!: Full Transcript

...how you experience the pain, how you remember the experience. I’d like you to meet Donald Redelmeier. He’s a doctor. Who better to talk about pain? Donald REDELMEIER: I’m usually called...

Radio in Progress: One Upside of Aging

...We’re working on a Freakonomics Radio episode about pain. One component is the very interesting research by Daniel Kahneman and Donald Redelmeier about how colonoscopy patients remember the pain...

Is Voting Dangerous for Your Health?

...the world works, there’s very little value in a single person’s voting. But according to Donald Redelmeier, a professor of medicine at the University of Toronto, voting might actually be...

Bring on the Pain!

...pain, and those words are painful. Governor’s Press Office Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley The heavyweight of our pain episode is Donald Redelmeier, a Toronto physician and researcher whose clever and...

How to Live Longer: Full Transcript

...“Oscar Effect.”  Donald Redelmeier, who is a medical professor at the University of Toronto, has done research and now argues that Oscar winners outlive their peers.  Here’s his best guess...

How to Live Longer: a New Marketplace Podcast

...Academy Award-Winning Actors and Actresses,” by Donald Redelmeier (who has appeared here before, including in our “Bring on the Pain!” podcast) and Sheldon Singh. Also, for a challenge to the...

If It's Raining, You Might Want to Reschedule That Interview

...weather. Now along come Donald Redelmeier and Simon D. Baxter from the University of Toronto with an interesting question: do applicants to medical school suffer if they happen to be...

Need to Go to the ER? Not Until the Game's Over!

...Redelmeier, a professor of medicine at the University of Toronto, and Marian Vermeulen, an epidemiologist and a lecturer at the University of Toronto, believe the results show just how often...

Painful Lessons

...last year and was back on the ice in just a few weeks. And there’s Donald Redelmeier, a doctor who discovered he could ease the pain of colonoscopy by making...

How’s My Driving? A Q&A With the Author of Traffic

...may be losing vehicles because of an impending off-ramp. But there’s a curious bias that plays out in oscillating shifts of traffic, observed by the researchers Donald Redelmeier and Robert...