Thanks for visiting the online office of The Healthy Humorist® --Brad Nieder, M.D.-- a funny doctor, keynote speaker and clean comedian who entertains at conventions and corporate events with his medical comedy, wellness advice and uplifting message. So come on in. Have a seat. Enjoy a magazine from 1987. This won't hurt a bit.
The Healthy Humorist's "Unhealthy Eating Adventure Across America" continued last week in one of America's top eating cities: Chicago! I completed my usual trifecta: deep dish pizza, a Chicago hot dog and an Italian beef sandwich. I also ran into celebrity chef Rick Bayless at one of his Mexican restaurants. Some trivia for you: Rick is the brother of sports columnist and TV personality Skip Bayless. Oh, by the way, I shared some laughs at Navy Pier with a great group of health insurance folks making a difference around Illinois!
Recent praise for funny doctor Brad Nieder: "'Awesome! What a way to open convention!' and 'This was great--I needed this laughter!' are just two of the MANY positive comments we received regarding your session. The evaluations had only the highest marks for you and were some of the best comments we have ever seen. The laughter you brought to that day will stay with our attendees for a long time to come. Our meeting planners truly appreciated the questions you asked in order to know our group better and give them a session that was directed to our audience. And it was kind of you to take time with us, before and after the event. Our members truly appreciate that personal touch. Again, thank you so much for a great session and for being such a pleasure to work with. We'll be enthusiastically promoting you to others who would benefit from and surely enjoy your presentation."
-Executive Director, Missouri Health Care Association
More comments about the doctor comedian: "It has been a long time since I've laughed that hard. Many comedians tell jokes, with little purpose other than to make us chuckle. However, Brad's humor is constructive and has a healthy message. By the end of his performance you just feel better. Isn't that what a good physician is supposed to do: make you feel better? Brad does just that."
-Executive Director, State Association for Continuing Medical Laboratory Education