When you want to sort medical fact from medical fiction, Dr Karan is your man. This is the only book that will have you laughing and learning in equal measure' Dr Julie Smith, bestselling author of Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before
The hilarious, myth-busting survival guide to the human body from TikTok's favourite General Surgeon.
Though the odds are stacked against us, the human body has an extraordinary tendency to survive...
Full of hard-learned lessons and health hacks from Dr Karan Rajan's years working the hospital wards, This Book May Save Your Life is a head-to-toe ode to our amazing bodies - warts and all - that will help you to worry less and live better for longer.
Here, Dr Karan explains the weird and wonderful bodily functions that keep us going, and offers practical advice to help you thrive when things go wrong, including:
THE DANGERS OF PLUCKING YOUR NOSE HAIRS
YOUR UNTAPPED NATURAL REFLEXES TO COMBAT STRESS
HOW TO MANAGE PAIN WITH SIMPLE MIND TRICKS
AND WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER HOLD IN A FART
'I'll never look at my anus the same way' Hayley Morris, bestselling author of Me Vs Brain
|This Book May Save Your Life
|Dr Karan Rajan
|Century - PRH UK
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|28 December 2023
Dr Karan Rajan is an NHS surgeon and one of the biggest health & science creators on social media. Since 2020 he has amassed over 7 million followers across Tiktok, YouTube, Instagram & Facebook with his refreshingly frank medical myth-busting and health advice videos which combine education, entertainment and generous servings of dark humour.
Dr Rajan has been featured on BBC Morning Live, Good Morning Britain, BBC News, Sky News and national radio, with coverage in the Guardian, Independent, Washington Post, New York Post, Metro, Sun, LADBible and the Daily Mail as well as several other international online news outlets . A former weekly health columnist for Mail+, Dr Rajan was also a co-presenter on BBC Two's six-part series Your Body Uncovered. Over the past few years as well as being a regular advocate of health promotion on behalf of the NHS & the U.K. government he has also worked closely with the UN, the WHO & the British Red Cross in an ambassadorial capacity.
In addition to his roles on social media he is a senior clinical lecturer at the University of Sunderland Medical School and formerly at Imperial College London. He brings his passion for education, health & science to life in speaking engagements and has delivered key note speeches and talks at Oxford University, Imperial College London, Birmingham University, Uber, Peloton, Tiktok and General Electric.