|The Rapping Doctor takes on Diabetes on WGN Video|
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Date uploaded: 2007-10-04
Length: 1:35 minutes
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Average Rating: 4.8 (139 votes)
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Description: Dr. John D. Clarke, AKA The Physician Musician, raps about how to prevent diabetes. This guy is on a mission to reach "da youts" about a variety of health problems. Gotta love him.
The Rapping Doctor takes on Diabetes on WGN Video
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this guy is a real MC and is quite serious
Wow! He's brilliant! Wish his allergy rap was on youtube!
He can rap i like that lol
so what do (Hitler and IG farben) have to do with diabetes they stop someone beta cells from making the insulin your body needs as in type 1, or do they tell you to eat get overweight or be stressed and not control type 2 diabetes. So if you could explain how they fit into this picture then ill stop being blind and ignorant i guess and step into the light. So please teach me concerning those two guys and diabetes
doesn't matter what else he did the four rule he laid out on this track was clear and will help anybody even if you don't have diabetes. So really he has the right message and his flow was okay to me it's a winner
The doc is the bomb!
ya, thats true, but then again, who doesnt? lol
holy crap hes amazing
this guy could rap circles around weezy while teaching him about proper nutrition at the same time
No it gets better and better everyday. Dr. Clarke shows how diverse the genre is.
hip hop just gets lamer and lamer everyday
This guy is one of the very few rap artists that actually have a good meaning in their music. EACH SONG HAS A CLEAR MESSAGE!
Unbelievable! 'Neva try to pie yo plate!' I suggest a gold stethoscope and some nurses singing backup. Mad props to tha HBA1C!
THIS GUY RULES!!!!!
Video is superb, taking a serious condition and breakin' it down to everyone! Excellent, outstanding....I would love to buy the CD. Thank you Doctor for sharing your passion!
what a great way of putting it, i got my juvenille diabetes in 1982, and there is much truth in what you just said, went throug alot of... this is no big deal, almost 30 years later, if i only knew then....
i just fell in love...and i learned not to pile my plate =)
I love your rymes i wish i had you on my ipod
who knew rap could be educational, lol
I LOVE THIS!!!! (Nursing Student) BOSS!
fail. fuc outta here
Dr. Clarke is ILL!