Dr. Drew Pinsky, board certified internist and addiction medicine specialist, takes listener calls and talks to experts on a variety of topics relating to health, relationships, sex and drug addiction.
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Friend of the show Phillip Stutts joins Dr. Drew to discuss the fascinating research he and his team have been doing on consumer reactions and purchasing behavior as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Learn more at his website winbigmedia.com
Enjoy today’s Bonus ACS! Adam opens the show with Dan Crenshaw on stage at the Houston Improv. The guys talk about all of the proceeds from today’s show going to the Houston Food Bank, and then Adam asks Dan about his experience on Saturday Night Live. They also talk about Dan’s time in combat, the pain of getting blown up by an IED, and when movies don’t get the details right. Later, Adam asks Dan about his glass eye, and Adam talks about Dan’s pragmatism as a politician. Up next, a musical interlude from both John Hiatt and Graham Parker. In the last part of the show, Adam takes suggestions for a round of ‘Adam Carolla is Unprepared’.
Professor Neil Shubin joins Dr. Drew this week to discuss his new book 'Some Assembly Required: Decoding Four Billion Years of Life, from Ancient Fossils to DNA' as well as his very notable previous book 'Your Inner Fish: A Journey into the 3.5-Billion Year History of the Human Body’. Learn more about Neil at neilshubin.com
Former Secret Service agent and author Evy Poumpouras joins Dr. Drew to share the experience she learned over a long career protecting both Presidents Bush as well as Presidents Clinton & Obama. Evy's new book 'Becoming Bulletproof: Protect Yourself, Read People, Influence Situations, and Live Fearlessly' is available now anywhere you get books.Tru Niagen: Visit DrDrew.com/truniagenTheragun: Visit Theragun.com/drew
Dr. Drew is joined by board-certified psychiatrist, translational neuroscientist Dr. David Rabin. Dr. Rabin specializes in the treatment of PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, & Substance Use Disorders and is the inventor of the Apollo Neuro device. Learn more about Dr. Rabin at DrDave.io and learn more about his invention at ApolloNeuro.com.
Drew is joined by friend of the show and urologist Ashley Winter to discuss what's new in her field of urology and for a candid discussion about topics that many shy away from. You can learn more about Ashley by following her on Twitter & Instagram @AshleyGWinter or by listening to her podcast 'The Full Release Podcast' with her co-host and fiance, comedian Mo Mandel.
Joining Drew this week is returning guest Ruthie Lindsey who gives Drew an update on her harrowing story that we first heard in her debut appearance on Episode 325 and tells Drew about her new Podcast 'The Unspoken Podcast' and new book 'There I Am: The Journey from Hopelessness to Healing—A Memoir' - both available now.
Dr. Drew is joined this week by Dr. Tom Yadegar who takes a break from his work on the front lines of Los Angeles' fight against Covid-19 to talk about the latest science being deployed to fight and treat the pandemic.Masszymes: go to masszymes.com/drewfree
Drew is joined by author, reporter and former host of Good Morning America Joan Lunden for a conversation about aging, Joan's storied career & much more. Joan's new book 'Why Did I Come Into This Room? A Candid Conversation About Aging' is available now anywhere you get books.Magnesium Breakthrough: Visit https://magbreakthrough.com/drew and use promo code DrDrew10 for 10%off
Returning guest Sophia Silva joins Drew to discuss both her work in the field of positive psychology as well as her newfound work in the field of addiction at 'Hotel California By The Sea'. Learn more about Sophia at SophiaSilva.orgP3-OM: Visit p3om.com/drewfree for a free bottle
Founder and General Counsel of 'A Better Life Recovery' Jeff Robbins joins Dr. Drew to talk about the state of homelessness and lack of substance abuse treatment for that at risk community. Learn more about Jeff and 'A Better Life Recovery' at abetterliferecovery.comMagnesium Breakthrough: Visit https://magbreakthrough.com/drew and use promo code DrDrew10 for 10%off
New York Times Best Selling Author and contributing editor to The Manhattan Institute's 'City Journal' Heather Mac Donald joins Dr. Drew in today's show to discuss campus culture and her new book 'The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine Our Culture' available now anywhere you get books. Learn more about Heather by following her on Twitter @HMDatMI.Magnesium Breakthrough: Visit https://magbreakthrough.com/drew and use promo code DrDrew10 for 10%off
Drew is joined by his good friend and returning guest Mike Carano for a very current conversation about the state of the coronavirus pandemic and Drew's thoughts on the irresponsible media coverage going along with it. Learn more about Mike Carano at mikecarano.comMagnesium Breakthrough: Visit https://magbreakthrough.com/drew and use promo code DrDrew10 for 10%off
In today's flashback episode, Theoretical physicist Sean Carroll from the Mindscape podcast returns to continue his conversation with Dr. Drew about quantum mechanics and physics. Check out Sean's book 'Something Deeply Hidden: Quantum Worlds and the Emergence of Spacetime' on Amazon. Find out more at PreposterousUniverse.com
Drew is joined by returning guest and good friend of the show Ryan Holiday. Learn more about Ryan at his website RyanHoliday.net, follow him on twitter @RyanHoliday and order his newest book 'Stillness Is The Key' available now on Amazon.Masszymes: go to masszymes.com/Drew and enter DRDREW10 for 10% off your order
In today's flash back episode, Dr. Drew's guest is Judson Brewer M.D. Ph. D. creator of the Unwinding Anxeity & Eat Right Now apps and his book 'The Craving Mind: From Cigarettes to Smartphones to Love - why We Get Hooked and how We Can Break Bad Habits' is available now on Amazon. Find out more and receive a special discount to his apps by visiting https://www.drjud.com/drdrew .
Famed investigative reporter turned author Dennis McDougal joins Dr. Drew to discuss the heart wrenching story of his daughter's untimely death and how the laws surrounding mental health and homelessness impeded his ability to try and intercede. Read Dennis' op-ed on the subject in the LA Times and learn more about his books at DennisMcDougal.comMasszymes: go to masszymes.com/DrewFree to claim your free bottle.
In today's flash back episode, Dr. Drew welcomes back psychopathy expert Dr. Michelle Ward and they do a deep dive on psychopaths, what to look for in identifying them, and what to do if you discover you have one in your life.
Actor Derek Theler joins Dr. Drew to discuss his new show '68 Whiskey' airing now on Paramount Network and the SANDD needle destruction device and both he and Drew are partnering with in an effort to revolutionize safe needle disposal. Learn more about the SANDD device at NeedleDestructionDevice.com. Drew also takes some listener phone calls and answers questions from fans.Social CBD: Go to DrDrew.com/socialCBD and save 20% with code DRDREW HealthIQ: Visit HealthIQ.com/Drew and take the proprietary Health IQ quiz
Returning guest Brandon Stogsdill joins Dr. Drew for an update on his life, thriving counseling practice and other profound changes since his last appearance on the show in 2013. You can get Brandon's book 'The Boy With The Gun: From Incarceration to Higher Education' available now on Amazon.Masszymes: go to masszymes.com/DrewFree to claim your free bottle. HealthIQ: Visit HealthIQ.com/Drew and take the proprietary Health IQ quize
Drew is joined by former Details Magazine editor Dan Peres to talk about his new book 'As Needed For Pain: A Memoir of Addiction' wherein he details his battle with opioid addiction. Learn more about Dan by following him on Twitter @DanPeresNY or order his book available now on Amazon.HealthIQ: Visit HealthIQ.com/Drew and take the proprietary Health IQ quize Social CBD: Go to DrDrew.com/socialCBD and save 20% with code DRDREW
Dr. Drew welcomes back fitness trainer Vinnie Tortorich to talk about diet and Vinnie's recent move to Virginia.P3-OM: Visit P3OM.com/Drew and enter the code DRDREW for 10%off HealthIQ: Visit HealthIQ.com/drew to take the proprietary Health IQ quiz Social CBD: Visit DrDrew.com/socialCBS for 20% at checkout
Today Drew is joined by dentist, podcast host & philanthropist Dr. Brady Smith. Learn more about Brady and his work by going to DrilledWithDrBrady.com and subscribe to his podcast "Drilled" anywhere you get podcasts.Masszymes: go to masszymes.com/ifpodcast and use code DRDREW10 to receive a 10% discount CBDMD: Visit CBDMD.com use DrDrew at Checkout for 20% off your next order
Dr. Drew heads to the phone lines for and answers listener questions.HealthIQ: Visit HealthIQ.com/Drew and take the proprietary Health IQ quize
The Dalai Lama says Akshay Nanavati’s book Fearvana “inspires us to look beyond our own agonizing experiences, suggesting means for overcoming our fears.” Dr. Drew sits down with Askhay and answers listener questions in a special live podcast.Social CBD: Visit DrDrew.com/SocialCBD and use code DRDREW at checkout for 20% off Masszymes: go to masszymes.com/ifpodcast and use code DRDREW10 to receive a 10% discount Plexaderm: Go to TryPlexaderm.com and use code DREW for 50% off plus an additional $10 off!
Venus 'Dr. V' Nicolino joins Dr. Drew today to talk about her new book 'Bad Advice: How to Survive and Thrive in an Age of Bullshit'. Lear more about Dr. V by following her on Twitter @Dr_V_Tweet or on Instagram @Doctor_V_GlutaDose: visit GlutaDose.com and use the promo code DrDrew5 Social CBD: Visit DrDrew.com/SocialCBD and use code DRDREW at checkout for 20% off Blinkist: Visit Blinkist.com/drew for 7 day trial
Founder and CEO of dClutterfly Tracy McCubbin joins Dr. Drew on today's episode. Learn more about Tracy at dClutterfly.com or by following her on twitter @Tracy_McCubbinGlutaDose: visit GlutaDose.com and use the promo code DrDrew5 Social CBD: Visit DrDrew.com/SocialCBD and use code DRDREW at checkout for 20% off
Dr. Drew is joined this week by neuroscientist and operatic soprano Indre Viskontas to talk about her podcasts 'Inquiring Minds' and 'Cadence' as well as her latest book 'How Music Can Make You Better' and much more. Learn more about Indre at indreviskontas.com.GlutaDose: visit GlutaDose.com and use the promo code DrDrew5 Masszymes: go to masszymes.com/ifpodcast and use code DRDREW10 to receive a 10% discount
Dr. Drew is joined by Chief Sexecutive Officer of MrSkin.com, Mr. Skin himself. Learn more about Mr. Skin and see his 'Top 10 Nude Scenes of 2019' at mrskin.com
Dr. Drew gives advice to listeners calling in to the podcast.Blinkist: Visit Blinkist.com/drew for 7 day trial Masszymes: go to masszymes.com/ifpodcast and use code DRDREW10 to receive a 10% discount HealthIQ: Visit HealthIQ.com/Drew and take the proprietary Health IQ quize
311's Nick Hexum reconnects with Dr. Drew to talk about 311's upcoming 30th anniversary,recovery, and a new hemp-based CBD line.Visit 311.com for tour dates and more informationSocial CBD: Visit DrDrew.com/SocialCBD and use code DRDREW at checkout for 20% off Blinkist: Visit Blinkist.com/drew for 7 day trial Women in Government: For more information visit womeningovernment.org
Dr. Drew sits down with Dr. Tere Linzey, a Licensed Educational Psychologist, about brain optimization and her new book Measuring Up: A Guide to Help Students Retrain Their Brains for Maximum Academic Capability. Later, Dr. Drew takes some listener calls.For more with Dr. Linzey, visit BrainMatterZ.comBiOptimzers: Visit bioptimizers.com/drdrewbrain
Drew is joined this week by former reality TV personality and current E! host Justin Sylvester. Learn more about Justin by following him on Twitter @TheLadySitter or follow his YouTube channel 'Just The Sip'.Blinkist: Visit Blinkist.com/drew Women in Govermnment: For more information visit womeningovernment.org Purple Mattress: Get a free pillow by texting DREW to 474747
Theoretical physicist Sean Carroll from the Mindscape podcast returns to continue his conversation with Dr. Drew about quantum mechanics and physics. Check out Sean's book 'Something Deeply Hidden: Quantum Worlds and the Emergence of Spacetime' on Amazon. Find out more at PreposterousUniverse.comP3-OM: Visit p3om.com/drew and use the coupon code "drew" for 20% off Purple Mattress: Get a free pillow by texting DREW to 474747
Dr. Drew opens the show taking listener phone calls before being joined in studio by childhood cancer survivor Tory Lackie who shares his harrowing story of battling cancer and surviving life in Lansing, Michigan before making his way to Southern California.CBDMD: Visit DrDrew.com/socialCBD use DrDrew at Checkout for 20% off your next orderP3-OM: Visit p3om.com/drew and use the coupon code "drew" for 20% offPlexaderm: Go to TryPlexaderm.com and use code DREW for 50% off plus an additional $10 off!Women in Govermnment: For more information visit womeningovernment.org
Economist, Author and now Crypto Currency pioneer Stephen Moore joins Dr. Drew to talk about his Crypto company Frax as well as his time working with the Trump campaign as an economic advisor. Learn more about Frax by going to frax.finance and learn more about Stephen by following him on twitter @StephenMoore.CBDMD: Visit CBDMD.com use DrDrew at Checkout for 20% off your next orderP3-OM: Visit p3om.com/drew and use the coupon code "drew" for 20% offPlexaderm: Go to TryPlexaderm.com and use code DREW for 50% off plus an additional $10 off!GAINSWave: visit drdrew.com/wave
Reporter, essayist and author Meghan Daum joins Dr. Drew to talk about her new book 'The Problem With Everything: My Journey Through the New Culture Wars'. Learn more about Meghan at MeghanDaum.com or follow her on twitter @Meghan_Daum.Women in Govermnment: For more information visit womeningovernment.org
Author, Actress & Entrepreneur Felicia Day joins the podcast to discuss her new book 'Embrace Your Weird: A Guided Journal for Facing Your Fears and Unleashing Creativity'. Learn more by following Felicia on Twitter @FeliciaDay or at her website feliciaday.comBlueChew: Visit BlueChew.com and get first order free using promo code DREW CBDMD - Visit CBDMD.com use DrDrew at Checkout for 20% off your next order GAINSWave - visit drdrew.com/wave
Author and addiction expert David T. Courtwright joins Dr. Drew to talk about the findings in his new book, The Age of Addiction: How Bad Habits Became Big Business. Then Dr. Drew answers a few listener questions.CBDMD - Visit CBDMD.com use DrDrew at Checkout for 20% off your next order
Jordan Harbinger returns to the podcast to catch up with Dr. Drew. The guys also talk to callers with questions about the dangers of vaping, adjusting to a traumatic injury and more.Listen to Jordan Harbinger on his podcast, The Jordan Harbinger Show.CBDMD - Visit CBDMD.com use DrDrew at Checkout for 20% off your next orderLaCroix: Visit LaCroixWater.comGAINSWave - visit drdrew.com/waveBlinkist: Visit Blinkist.com/drewTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Steven Taibbi joins Dr. Drew to discuss his wild medical ride and the book it inspired him to write ‘Grateful Guilt: Living in the Shadow of My Heart’. Learn more about Steven by following him on Twitter at @StevenTaibbiCBDMD - Visit CBDMD.com use DrDrew at Checkout for 20% off your next order GAINSWave - visit drdrew.com/wave TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Stephen W. Porges is a "Distinguished University Scientist" at the Kinsey Institute, Indiana University Bloomington and professor in the department of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in North Carolina. Learn more by visiting his website at stephenporges.com.CBDMD - Visit CBDMD.com use DrDrew at Checkout for 20% off your next orderLaCroix: Visit LaCroixWater.comGAINSWave - visit drdrew.com/waveBlinkist: Visit Blinkist.com/drewTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Dr. Judson Brandeis, board certified Urologist, joins Dr. Drew to talk about GAINSWave therapy and restoring sexual performance for men. Visit drdrew.com/wave for more information!TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience BlueChew: Visit BlueChew.com and use promo code Drew to get first order free
Author, philosopher & host of 'The Daily Stoic Podcast' Ryan Holiday joins Dr. Drew to talk about his new book 'Stillness is the Key' which is available now for pre-order. Find out more at RyanHoliday.netLaCroix: Visit LaCroixWater.comGAINSWave - visit drdrew.com/waveBlinkist: Visit Blinkist.com/drewTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experienceEttitude: Text DREW to 474747 for 20% off
Dr. Nicholas Christakis is a sociologist and physician known for his research on social networks and on the socioeconomic, biosocial, and evolutionary determinants of behavior, health, and longevity. Follow Dr. Christakis on Twitter @NAChristakis or go to www.humannaturelab.net to learn more.Purple Mattress: Get a free pillow by texting DREW to 474747 TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Drew's guest today is board-certified clinical and forensic psychologist and Associate Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University who regularly contributes to Dr. Drew Midday Live as well as CNN, HLN, Lifetime & more, Dr. Judy Ho. Find out more at DrJudyHo.comButcherBox: go to ButcherBox.com/DREW for $20 off your first box and a package of 6 burgers for FREE in every box all summer long TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience Blinkist: Visit Blinkist.com/drew Purple Mattress: Get a free pillow by texting DREW to 474747 Ettitude: Text DREW to 474747 for 20% off
Today our guests are health guru Vinnie Tortorich and director Peter Pardini from FAT: A DOCUMENTARY available now on iTunes. Find out more at fatadocumentary.com or vinnietortorich.comFor Hers: visit ForHers.com/Drew Purple Mattress: Get a free pillow by texting DREW to 474747 TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Today our guest is theoretical physicist Sean Carroll from the Mindscape podcast and his forthcoming book 'Something Deeply Hidden: Quantum Worlds and the Emergence of Spacetime' coming out soon and available now for preorder on Amazon. Find out more at PreposterousUniverse.comButcherBox: Visit ButcherBox.com/Drew TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience BlueChew: Visit BlueChew.com and use promo code Drew to get first order free
Today our guest is Judson Brewer M.D. Ph. D. creator of the Unwinding Anxeity & Eat Right Now apps and his book 'The Craving Mind: From Cigarettes to Smartphones to Love - why We Get Hooked and how We Can Break Bad Habits' is available now on Amazon. Find out more and receive a special discount to his apps by visiting https://www.drjud.com/drdrew .Blinkist: Visit Blinkist.com/drew TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience BlueChew: Visit BlueChew.com and use promo code Drew to get first order free
Our favorite Health & Fitness guru Vinnie Tortorich of The Fitness Confidential Podcast joins Dr. Drew today to talk about his impending film called Fat: A Documentary, which features many experts to include Dr. Drew as an on-camera contributor. Vinnie and Drew talk about sugar laden American diets, health problems, how we got into this mess, and what we should be doing to buck the unhealthy trends that the country has been lulled into. Presale available on iTunes.ButcherBox: go to ButcherBox.com/DREW for $20 off your first box and a package of 6 burgers for FREE in every box all summer long
Drew welcomes Mr. Skin himself to talk about how one goes from midwestern commercial real estate agent to running the internets premiere celebrity nudity catalog. Drew & Mr. Skin also discuss their long friendship and Mr. Skin's new book 'Being Mr. Skin' which is available now
Dr. Drew welcomes back psychopathy expert Dr. Michelle Ward and they do a deep dive on psychopaths, what to look for in identifying them, and what to do if you discover you have one in your life.
Dr. Drew & Dr. Elliot Hirsch discuss everything plastic surgery from breast reconstruction to face lifts. They discuss the dangers of DIY surgeries and we break down the differences in the trainings of different surgeons out there doing cosmetic procedures.Select: drdrew.com/select and use code drdrew TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Michelle after contacting Drew on Twitter is finally a guest on the show. She is here to bust myths about agriculture such as food labels, factory farming, GMOs political subsidies and they conclude with a long discussion about farmers and their values.TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
It’s a case nightmares are made of. We’ve got your sneak peek into the new true-crime series, 22 Hours: An American Nightmare. It's the frightening story of a D.C. power couple, their 10-year-old son, and housekeeper who were held hostage, tortured, and brutally murdered inside their burning D.C. mansion. You won’t believe what happened during those last 22 hours alive, and the shocking trail of evidence that led police to the killer! Did he have help? Hear from key witnesses who reveal never-before heard details. Will this investigation lead to the release of newly-discovered and confidential audio recordings so the public can hear the trial for the first time ever? Listen to the first episode now: http://bit.ly/2XDFub0New episodes will be available every Monday on PodcastOne.com and Apple Podcasts.Don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review!
Anthony brings a deep understanding of biochemistry. In his career as a biochemical researcher he became very concerned about the effect of estrogens on humans given the widespread exposure. He reviews ways to avoid multiple sources of estrogens in the environment including: Phytoestrogens, Mycoestrogen, Atrazine, Triclosan & APEs, BP & 4-MBC, Red 3 & 40, Parabens, Phthalates, BPA & BPS, EE2Select: drdrew.com/select and use code drdrew GarmaGuard: GuarmaGuard.com, use promo code DREW15 for 15%off TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Comedian, Podcaster and former Facebook Executive Paul Ollinger joins Dr. Drew to discuss the journey from stand-up comedian to high powered Silicon Valley executive and back again.TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Indre is joined by Jordan Harbinger and we discuss some of her favorite interviews, we also get into a deep discussion about our brains, the source of consciousness and regions responsible for feeling, affects and a sense of self. Indre discusses her new book 'How Music Can Make You Better' and why Indre believes “Music isn't music until the brain makes it so.” Jordan discussed cognitive distortions and logical fallacies and Indre addressed why we have such difficulty with logical discourse today.Select: drdrew.com/select and use code drdrewBioWave Go: Visit BioWaveGo.comTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experienceGarmaGuard: GuarmaGuard.com, use promo code DREW15 for 15%off
A.J. Benza shares stories and insight about major Hollywood scandals and tragedies, but then takes a turn toward his own life to discuss his recent separation and his struggles with substance use.American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Register at Overnight.org/drew GarmaGuard: GuarmaGuard.com, use promo code DREW15 for 15%off TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Tia Carrere discusses her new projects coming soon to Netflix & Hulu. Drew is amazed that Tia is here because his wife and he had been talking about Tia for several days after accidentally running into her performances on Wayne's World & True Lies. Tia describes her history growing up in Hawaii and experiencing abandonment by her family. Tia is very open about her years in therapy and the benefit it has had.American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Register at Overnight.org/drew BioWave Go: Visit BioWaveGo.com TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience Select: drdrew.com/select and use code drdrew Zoom: Set up your free account today at Zoom.us
Dr. Drew welcomes 5x international boxing champion Mia St. John to the show to talk about her illustrious career in addition to the importance of mental health. She also shares a very personal story about the loss of her son. Later, Dr. Drew talks to some callers.American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Register at Overnight.org/drew Zoom: Set up your free account today at Zoom.us TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Dr. Drew welcomes Dr. Christine Moutier from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention for a wide ranging conversation on the state of suicide in society today and what can be done to help those contemplating taking their own lives.American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Register at Overnight.org/drewTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experienceBlue Emu: Go to Amazon and use code 3DREW for $3 off
Documentarian Sebastien Paquet brings the subject of his documentary Brandon Mendenhall to discuss the inspirational story told in his documentary 'Mind Over Matter'. Brandon suffers from cerebral palsy and yet inspired by Korn he is able to pursue his dream of being a rock guitarist.
Dr. Drew welcomes Laura Rhodes-Levin from The Missing Peace Center for Anxiety. They discuss several physiotherapeutic modalities, including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy and neurobiofeedback. They address the application of these techniques for common conditions like anxiety & fibromyalgia. They also have a special focus on trauma & newer ways of thinking about the brain body connection.For Hers: visit ForHers.com/DrewAmerican Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Register at Overnight.org/drewTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experienceSelect: drdrew.com/select and use code drdrew
Drew welcomes his friend, writer Roger Wolfson. The twosome discusses their writing adventures together and then move into a discussion about the potential benefits of psychedelics. Roger shares details of his latest venture, Writers Action, a group of Hollywood writers and political insiders whose mission is to help progressive candidates connect more meaningfully with large and diverse groups of people.Genucel: text 'drew' to 77453 or go to genucel.comSunday Scaries: Visit SundayScaries.com and use promo code DrDrew for 10% off and free shippingPaint Your Life: Text 'drew' to 484848Zoom: Set up your free account today at Zoom.usBlue Emu: Go to Amazon and use code 3DREW for $3 off
Simply put, Dave Feldman is a network engineer whose professional training makes him particularly suited to analyze lipid physiology. David & Drew slowly talk though the complexities of the lipid theory as Dave now conceives it.American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Register at Overnight.orgGenucel: text 'drew' to 77453 or go to genucel.comSunday Scaries: Visit SundayScaries.com and use promo code DrDrew for 10% off and free shippingTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experienceSelect: drdrew.com/select and use code drdrewPaint Your Life: Text 'drew' to 484848Sunday Scaries: Visit SundayScaries.com and use promo code DrDrew for 10% off and free shipping
Dr. Kevin Folta discusses science communication (the communication of science-related topics to non-experts). Part of his work is helping people to understand the extraordinary benefits of scientific advances in horticulture. These developments promise to provide a healthier, better tasting food supply and protect those who may be at risk of famine.American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Register at Overnight.orgSelect: drdrew.com/select and use code drdrewPaint Your Life: Text 'drew' to 484848Genucel: text 'drew' to 77453 or go to genucel.comModern Fertility: Go to ModernFertility.com/drew
Author Robert Greene joins the show to talk about his newest book 'The Laws of Human Nature' in which he attempts to discover what drives people, even when they may not know it. They also discuss Robert's past works including 'The 48 Laws of Power' and 'The 33 Strategies of War'.For Hers: go to ForHers.com/drewP3-OM: Visit p3om.com/drew and use the coupon code "drew" for 20% offSelect: drdrew.com/select and use code drdrewTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Dr. Alex Alva is the medical director at True Recovery in Newport Beach, California. Drew and Dr. Alva discuss current trends in the treatment of addiction with an emphasis on co-occurring disorders. They address the need for treatment programs to emphasize comprehensive care, including longterm structure and vocational rehabilitation. Later, Drew is joined by Dr. Ashley Winter, a urologist & sexual health expert. They analyze the current state-of-the-art hormone replacement therapies and lament how, despite their overarching importance in sexual health, they are rarely addressed by physicians.Sunday Scaries: Visit SundayScaries.com and use promo code DrDrew for 10% off and free shippingBlinkist: Visit Blinkist.com/drewP3-OM: Visit p3om.com/drew and use the coupon code "drew" for 20% offBlue Emu: Go to Amazon and use code 3DREW for $3 off
Chris Distefano earned his doctorate in physical therapy and built a successful career only to leave it all behind to pursue his dream of becoming a comedian. He regales Dr. Drew with stories from his youth and the twosome discusses their mutual love of history and how it can be used to understand current trends. Chris taps into his expertise as a physical therapist to fix Drew’s subscapularis.Sunday Scaries: Visit SundayScaries.com and use promo code DrDrew for 10% off and free shippingBlue Emu: Go to Amazon and use code 3DREW for $3 offTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experienceP3-OM: Visit p3om.com/drew and use the coupon code "drew" for 20% off
Professor Edith Hall discusses how Aristotle and philosophy can be useful guides for leading a good life. You will not want to miss her description of eudaemonia and her insight on what the implication could be for building healthy society.Edith's book, Aristotle's Way: How Ancient Wisdom Can Change Your Life, is available now.Select: drdrew.com/select and use code drdrew P3-OM: Visit p3om.com/drew and use the coupon code "drew" for 20% off TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Dr. Drew speaks with listeners today and gets an unusually rangey and intense series of calls.Select: drdrew.com/select and use code drdrew TrueRecovery: Visit DrDrew.com/true P3-OM: Visit p3om.com/drew and use the coupon code "drew" for 20% off TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience Blinkist: Visit Blinkist.com/drew
Dr. Drew welcomes Darren Schreiber, who develops, tests and publishes his unique work regarding political systems. The duo chats about classic paradigms of social science and social science experimentation, as well as their relevance in today’s world. Schreiber uses functional neuro-imaging to study how people think about politics, which serves as a backdrop for their discussion of his theory of “a neurological basis for political partisanship.” These theories are the basis of his book, “Your Brain is Built for Politics.” Schreiber’s ultimate goal is to, “develop a model for the emergence of ideology.”TrueRecovery: Visit DrDrew.com/true TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Professional skateboarder and Jackass film alumnus, Brandon Novak shares the story of his addiction and recovery. Dubbed “the guy no one ever thought could get sober,” he is closing in on his fourth year of sobriety and currently travels the country on behalf of a treatment program to raise awareness and help addicts find the treatment they need. Today, he shares his thoughts about what it takes to reach someone who is in his or her disease, and what families must do to recover themselves.Follow Brandon on Twitter @Brandon_NovakSimple Habit: Visit SimpleHabit.com/drewBlinkist: Visit Blinkist.com/drewSelect: drdrew.com/select and use code drdrewPenguin Random House: Visit https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/selfcareTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Dr. Drew addresses several intense topics during a series of listener calls. Later, he is joined by Lynette Carolla, (Adam’s wife and host of the For Crying Out Loud Podcast). Lynette shares the story of their family’s recent move and her frustration over Adam’s refusal to hire help of any kind to get the job done.Follow @LynetteCarolla on TwitterPenguin Random House: Visit https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/selfcareTrueRecovery: Visit DrDrew.com/trueSelect: drdrew.com/select and use code drdrewPurple Mattress: Get a free pillow by texting DREW to 474747TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Comedian Fred Stoller returns to update Dr. Drew about what’s happening in his life. He also shares details about a new relationship. Tune in to learn why Dr. Drew hopes it doesn’t work out! We wrap up the show with some listener calls.Follow @FredStoller on Twitter or visit FredStoller.netPurple Mattress: Get a free pillow by texting DREW to 474747TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Best-selling author, podcaster and creator of The Four Tendencies Framework, Gretchen Ruben, is one of today’s most influential and thought-provoking observers of happiness and human nature. Today, with Dr. Drew, she shares her ability to distill and convey complex ideas with humor and clarity.http://gretchenrubin.com/Blinkist: Visit Blinkist.com/drewTrueRecovery: Visit DrDrew.com/trueColor: Go to Color.com/drewPurple Mattress: Get a free pillow by texting DREW to 474747TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Dr. Drew is joined by New York Times best Selling author James Clear to discuss habits and continuous improvement.Color: Go to Color.com/drewTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Dr. Robb Flannery joins Drew to discuss his work in the field of cannabis as well as his traditional training as a plant biologist. He also share's with Drew his work to find a product that could aid his mother during her cancer treatment and the business that search spawned.TrueRecovery: Visit DrDrew.com/trueTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
International Yoga Instructor and creator of Primal Yoga, Liz Arch, joins Dr. Drew to discuss her debut book, “The Courage to Rise: Using Movement, Mindfulness, and Healing Foods to Triumph over Trauma,” a prescriptive, transformative plan using yoga to cope with pain, anxiety, depression, and other manifestations of unresolved trauma. In addition, she shares her own experience healing from trauma and how plans to pave the way for others in need.Theraworx Relief: Learn more at TheraworxRelief.com/homeToxProtect: Visit DRDREW.com/TOXPROTECTCOPD Awareness: for more info visit WomenInGovernment.orgPurple Mattress: Get a free pillow by texting DREW to 474747TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experience
Jason discusses his successes and failures struggling with the disease of addiction as well the challenges of working in the field of recovery. He explores a recent and difficult relapse from which he emerged with a deeper understanding of his illness.Purple Mattress: Get a free pillow by texting DREW to 474747TrueRecovery: Visit DrDrew.com/trueTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experienceTheraworx Relief: Learn more at TheraworxRelief.com/home
Lisa discusses her evolution from insult comedian to transformational life coach. If you love Lisa Lampanelli, you will love her even more after you hear about her new commitment to service and personal growth.TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experienceTheraworx Relief: Learn more at TheraworxRelief.com/homeZoom: Set up your free account today at Zoom.us
Heather Monahan discusses her transition as a successful businesswoman who suddenly finds herself cast off from her company trying to find new purpose. Along the way Heather’s journey highlights experiences and insights that can teach us all important priorities.TrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experienceHydralyte: Visit Hydralyte.com/DrDrew and use the code DREW18Theraworx Relief: Learn more at TheraworxRelief.com/homeZoom: Set up your free account today at Zoom.us
Laura Wasser discusses her observations about human nature during the fearful and tense circumstances of divorce. ItsOverEasy.com is a new technology where people can walk themselves through divorce without the high price of an attorney. Laura discusses her philosophy when it comes to divorce and why it sucks.Sunday Scaries: Visit SundayScaries.com and use promo code DrDrew for 10% off and free shippingTheraworx Relief: Learn more at TheraworxRelief.com/homeToxProtect: Visit DRDREW.com/TOXPROTECTCOPD Awareness: for more info visit WomenInGovernment.org
Mark Fitzgerald runs the Elite Training System for professional athletes, he's also an expert in nutrition. Mark addresses some general concepts in training and has some specific common sense advice for nutrition for us all. In the second half of the show Drew goes one on one with the listeners answering some of their phone calls.Sunday Scaries: Visit SundayScaries.com and use promo code DrDrew for 10% off and free shippingZoom: Set up your free account today at Zoom.usTheraworx Relief: Learn more at TheraworxRelief.com/homeTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experienceHydralyte: Visit Hydralyte.com/DrDrew and use the code DREW18Pluto TV: Download now on all your favorite devices
Kat Timpf of the popular Greg Gutfeld Show gets into details about her political philosophy as a strict libertarian. She shares her career story and how she got involved with Fox News. Dr. Drew and Kat struggle with the means whereby accusations can be processed in a respectful manner. In the second half of the show, Drew goes one on one with the loyal listeners by answering phone calls.Green Chef: Go to GreenChef.com/DrewTheraworx Relief: Learn more at TheraworxRelief.com/homeSunday Scaries: Go to SundayScaries.com and use promo code DrDrewHydralyte: Visit Hydralyte.com/DrDrew and use the code DREW18
Dr. Greene discusses his famous experiments elucidating the neurobiology of common moral dilemmas, i.e. the trolley thought experiments. Dr. Greene is a pragmatist who discusses his book on the tendencies for humans to separate into tribes and amplify the differences between us and them. We discuss the classic experiment of the Robbers Cave.Purple Mattress: Get a free pillow by texting DREW to 474747Theraworx Relief: Learn more at TheraworxRelief.com/homeTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experienceHydralyte: Visit Hydralyte.com/DrDrew and use the code DREW18Pluto TV: Download now on all your favorite devices
Today’s guest is Dr. Daniel Siegel, clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and the founding co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA. He and Drew discuss the Wheel of Awareness, a life-changing tool for cultivating more focus, presence, and peace in one's day-to-day life. Together they theorize about the energetic source of becoming “aware of awareness.”ToxProtect: Visit DrDrew.com/toxpreotectPurple Mattress: Get a free pillow by texting DREW to 474747Theraworx Relief: Learn more at TheraworxRelief.com/homeTrueCar: Visit TrueCar to enjoy a more confident car-buying experienceHydralyte: Visit Hydralyte.com/DrDrew and use the code DREW18
Dr. Drew is joined by Amber Rose and they discuss Amber's new podcast, AS WELL AS the philosophy behind her Slut Walk. She describes her rough upbringing in south Philly. Fighting every day was a cultural norm for Amber. She shares with Dr. Drew some of the extraordinary experiences. After some self reflection and psychotherapy, Amber has emerged as a champion for women against rape culture.
Former professional poker player Annie Duke tells us why it's more important to be accurate than right. Annie and Drew discuss critical thinking, decision making, and how outcomes color our assessment of both.
Drew and Eric discuss the neuronal basis of brain function and how understanding microprocessors might help reveal some insights and patterns that have yet to be understood. They also discuss memory and new technologies for unlocking the brain’s secrets.
Dr. Steven Gundry is a nationally known cardiothoracic surgeon who has now dedicated his life to dietary interventions for human disease. He explains in detail his fascinating and controversial theories about the hidden liabilities of some of our commonly held dietary beliefs.
Drew goes solo today and spends the whole podcast taking phone calls from the listeners. Drew and his callers touch on an eclectic range of subjects from alcoholism, low self- esteem, strategies for dealing with a sociopath and much more.
Dr. Drew welcomes CUNY Professor and secularism/science education advocate, Massimo Pigliucci. They discuss the interface between evolutionary biology and philosophy. They also explore the philosophical nature of happiness and talk about stoicism’s applicability in modern life.
Erica and Drew discuss financial planning for young families as well as attempting to gain insight into and tackle the homelessness problem. Erica has a distinctive point of view and is actively involved in service to enact policies to help the homeless.
Greg Behrendt and his wife Amiira Ruotola join Dr. Drew to discuss why their marriage ended up sucking and providing recommendations as to how you can avoid that. Greg, Drew & Amiira discuss addiction and codependency and take phone cals on the topic.
A festive romp thorough the unbelievably traumatic past of actor and comic Scott Thompson. Drew and Scott not only have a few laughs, they also shed a few tears over a period of history they both experienced from different perspectives, the AIDS crisis. Scott talks about his optimism particularly for the LGBT community.
Dr. Drew is joined by Dr. Cate Shanahan and they do a deep dive on nutrition and weight-loss particularly as it pertains to fat metabolism. Cate also breaks down Drew's experience with the carnivore diet.
This week we're visited by Dr. Dean Sherzai & Dr. Ayesha Sherzai, experts in neurology and nutrition for a free wheeling conversation about what we can do to avoid the horrible disease of dementia. Be prepared for specific recommendations that can be gleaned from this podcast, Vinnie Tortorich may not agree with all of them.
Dr. Drew is joined by Stanford Professor Keith Humphreys, Professor and Section Director for Mental Health Policy in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. The two experts share their perspectives and the expertise they’ve gained while working in the field of addiction and recovery.
Author and journalist Sam Quinones joins Dr. Drew for this week's podcast and they dive deep on the process behind Sam writing his hit book Dreamland, and how the process of trying to write a book about heroin proliferation eventually forced Sam into the dark world of pain management doctors and the opioid epidemic that has been plaguing America of late and fueling the heroin trade.
Parks and Recreation alum, Jim O'Heir chats with Dr. Drew about his career, which began on Midwest radio and led to Second City. Eventually, the comedian landed in Hollywood, where he's continued to work to this day. They also discuss what's next for Jim and then Jim’s sister shares her thoughts on Drew's work with the Teen Mom girls.
Former Senator Barbara Boxer and Nicole Boxer of the Fight Back with Barbara Boxer podcast join Dr. Drew in a discussion about her personal #metoo experiences, and about her latest book, The Art of Tough: Fearlessly Facing Politics and Life (2016). Drew talks about mom mentality and other topics that are pertinent to women’s issues.
Dr. Drew takes listener phone calls this week. He answers questions that range from how deal with liars, to what to look out for in a relationship between two people who were both sexually abused during childhood. He also speaks to a caller about Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and Lynette Carolla stops by the studio with her own query for Dr. Drew!
Drew is joined by Chairman of The Department of Biochemistry and Director of the Obesity Initiative at the University of Iowa Charles Brenner for an in depth discussion about his discoveries surrounding Nicotinamide Riboside (NR) being a vital precursor of Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+). This one goes deep into biology but had Drew riveted and ready to potentially explore for himself.
This week Dr. Drew welcomes Associate Professor of Psychiatry in the field of Addiction Medicine at Harvard Medical School & Founder and Director of the Recovery Research Institute at Massachusetts General Hospital Dr. John Kelly and they do a deep dive on addiction treatment in terms of both where we've been, where we are now and perhaps most importantly where we are headed in the future.
Dr. Drew welcomes psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, columnist, television commentator, & bestselling author of “The Power Of Different: The Link Between Disorder and Genius.” Topics today include psychotherapeutic methods and the efficacy of psychoactive medications. They also discuss the current state of mental healthcare in America. Find more about Dr. Saltz’ new book and her work at drgailsaltz.com
Dr. Drew opens up the phone lines this week and takes your listener phone calls. Touching on a wide range of topics from psychics to drug and alcohol abuse treatment and even some talk on the #MeToo movement.
Psychobiology expert and former Deputy Director of Demand Reduction in the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy Bertha Madras joins Dr. Drew today for a conversation about drug use in America and how the medical community is focusing its efforts to try and better understand the way that our brains interact with drugs, especially when it comes to the opioid crisis in America.
Teacher, writer & mother Jessica Lahey join's Dr. Drew to talk about her New York Times bestselling book, The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed. Jessica and Drew do a deep dive on Jessica's history working the fields of education and drug treatment as well as her career as an author and her upcoming book on how to raise our next generation as more addiction resistant.
Dr. Drew is joined by you, the listeners this week on The Dr. Drew Podcast as Drew turns to the phones and speaks to callers with a wide variety of questions ranging from a question about a-sexuality to testosterone supplementation and everything in between.
Author and political marketing expert Phillip Stutts joins Dr. Drew for a long form podcast about both Phillip's work in the space of digital marketing and disruption as well as a deep dive on the Esophageal Achalasia that Phillip has been battling for years and trying to find his own path to a cure. Drew and Phillip also talk about how Phillip has brought his experience in business disruption to his approach to disrupting the medical community in an effort to find a cure for his disease.
Dr. Drew welcomes Ruthie Lindsey for a podcast exploring her very interesting life story including an exceptionally traumatic incident in her teenage years as a result of a car accident wherein she was broadsided at speed by an ambulance. Ruthie's crazy story doesn't end there, and she and Drew do their best to examine her entire journey and how she was able to persevere and find a way back to living a rich and fulfilling life.
Dr. Drew welcomes comedian and writer Laurie Kilmartin to discuss her career writing on Conan, her childhood swimming coach's creepy behavior. her experiences as a mother and her new book 'Dead People Suck: A Guide for Survivors of the Newly Departed' which examines Laurie experience of losing a parent to lung cancer.
Former WWE diva and host Lilian Garcia joins Dr. Drew for a wide ranging conversation about her unconventional path and her time working with one of the worlds largest entertainment companies
Fan-favorite Ryan Holiday returns to the podcast to talk about his newest book, Conspiracy, and the interesting connection between Peter Thiel, Hulk Hogan, and the downfall of Gawker.
OBGYN Dr. Pari Ghodsi joins Dr. Drew this week for a wide ranging conversation on Dr. Ghodi's experience in the world of women's health. They explore Dr. Pari's personal journey through her young life and education as well as taking listener phone calls on topics ranging from reconciliation to weening off postpartum medication.
Real estate mogul and reality TV star Tarek El Moussa joins Dr. Drew for a wide ranging conversation including talk about his very public divorce, his health battles, optimism about the future and much more.For more on the Prostate Cancer Foundation, go to pcf.org/true
Dr. Drew turns to the phones today and answers some listener questions. Drew opens the show talking to a past caller who appears to be at an impasse with his wife and is contemplating divorce before speaking to a caller with an alcoholic father who recently suffered a stroke. He also speaks to a caller who suffers from severe anxiety that is bordering on depression as well as a question about popping joints and more.
Drew is joined this week by Dr. Ernst R Von Schwarz for an in depth conversation about stem cell therapy, where the research is today and what Dr. Von Schwarz sees coming in what he calls 'the medicine of the future'.For more on the Prostate Cancer Foundation, go to pcf.org/true
Kristen Bell talks to Dr. Drew about prostate cancer awareness. Then Dr. Drew takes a wide range of listener questions on topics from opioid addiction to eating disorders, swingers clubs and much more. Plus, we take a call from a long time fixture in the Howard Stern radio show universe.For more on the Prostate Cancer Foundation, go to pcf.org/true
The Sklar Brother Jason & Randy join Dr. Drew for an conversation about their upcoming movie 'Poop Talk' which Drew is featured in. On top of their extensive fecal conversation the guys also discuss some of the Sklar's upcoming projects, everyone's shared family history of medical anomalies as well as the opiate epidemic.For more on the Prostate Cancer Foundation, go to pcf.org/true
Dr. Drew takes listener calls about healing crystals, mixing benzodiazepines with opiods, REM sleep behavior disorder, and much more.For more on the Prostate Cancer Foundation, go to pcf.org/true
Author Joyce Maynard joins Drew for a frank conversation about her life as an author, the reasons that she walked away from a full ride at Yale University and they get into detail about her time being in a tumultuous relationship with famed author J.D. Salinger.
Vanderpump Rules' newest cast member, transgender activist Billie Lee, shares the story of her own transition and her passion for helping others who are on a similar path.
Fitness Genes co-founder Dr. Dan Reardon joins Dr. Drew at the start of the show to talk about the company and give Drew his personal results. Later Dr. Todd Hutton joins to talk about the work that he and others are doing to explore alternative treatments to depression.
Diann Valentine joins Dr. Drew to discuss her new Bravo show, “To Rome For Love.” She shares what she’s learned about love and relationships during her career as an event designer and tv host.
Dr. Drew is joined by former Loveline cohost Mike Catherwood and Sex with Emily's Emily Morse for a live podcast from The Ice House in Pasadena.
Historian and podcaster Dan Carlin joins Dr. Drew for a wide ranging conversation of a variety of historical topics that Drew wants clarification on as well as discussing Dans exceptional podcast Hardcore History.
Dr. Drew welcomes Dr. V - relationship expert from WeTVs Marriage Bootcamp.
Radio host Jason Ellis joins Dr. Drew and the good friends discuss their mutual love for Howard Stern, Jasons Podcast Ellistronics and much more.
Comedian Iliza Shlesinger joins the show to talk about her new book, her impending marriage after meeting her soon to be husband on a celebrity dating app, upcoming USO Tour, experiencing sexual harassment in Hollywood, men in standup and much more.
Mike "Zappy" Zapolin joins Dr. Drew to talk about his cannabis development company Zappy Inc. as well as his new documentary 'The Reality of Truth' and much more.
Drew is joined this week by Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin to examine her area of expertise, eating disorders. Dr. Nina walks Dr. Drew through her own experiences with eating disorders in her own life and how she was able to seek treatment and overcome the disorders and her ultimate journey to getting a doctorate in psychoanalysis and starting to help others struggling with eating disorders.
This week Drew is joined by good friend, actor & podcaster Michael Rapaport as they discuss their mutual history with the Howard Stern Show, Michaels new book This Book Has Balls and we get an impromptu medical examination as well.
DJ and Radio legend Richard Blade joins Dr. Drew this week to tell Drew about the journey it took for him to write his new book 'World In My Eyes' and they guys touch on a ton of crazy stories from Richard's career.
Jill Dodd comes on the show this week to talk about her tumultuous journey over the years including her past failed marriages, her time as a member of a harem and creating a huge women's apparel and lifestyle brand Roxy.
Journalist and Author Ken Baker joins Dr. Drew this week to talk about the long journey he went on interviewing people of different faiths for his new book 'Ken Commandment: My Search For God In Hollywood' including Drew's good friend Adam Carolla.
Dr. Drew talks to a variety of callers asking about panic attacks, gender identities, marijuana usage, and Huntington's Disease.
Comedian and actor Rob Corddry joins Dr. Drew this week and they guys examine much of Rob's journey starting before college and going all the way through to the very busy working actor, writer and creator he is today. They also take some time to examine Rob and his families genealogy and the history of his family.
Mark Linsenmayer joins the show and he and Drew discuss Mark's obsession with music as well as going very deep on Mark's deep love of philosophy and much more.
Nicole Angemi joins Drew this week to discuss her journey from childhood to her very interesting career today and they also carve out some time to talk about her very unique and extreme Instagram feed.
Greg Grunberg (Star Wars, Heroes) joins Drew to discuss his firsthand experience with epilepsy. Diagnosed with the seizure disorder at age seven, Greg's son, Jake (now twenty-one), endured a variety of procedures related to his diagnosis and treatment. Greg is an advocate and fundraiser for the Epilepsy Foundation, devoted to raising awareness.
Comedian Jen Kirkman joins the show today to talk about her recent return from a silent retreat, her latest comedy special and how she's managing her love life as she grows into her 40s.
Drew is joined in studio this week by the first lady of Carolla Digital, Lynette Carolla as well as his own wife, Susan Pinsky. They discuss both Susan and Lynette's childhoods and journeys into adulthood as well as their respective stories of how they originally met their now husbands.
Dr. Drew is joined this week by actor and comedian Jimmy O. Yang of HBO's Silicon Valley. Jimmy shares his story about growing up in Hong Kong and his family's immigration to America. They discuss intra-race discrimination within the Asian community and Jimmy's own experience of it before taking some calls from listeners.
Dr. Drew kicks off the show talking to Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Haesue Joe about mental health and BetterHelp. Then Drew welcomes Mark Geragos to the show and the guys chat briefly about their history growing up together as well as their somewhat unique shared experience of co-hosting shows with Adam Carolla. Drew and Mark also discuss some of their concerns within current events.
Drew spends today's whole show taking your phone calls. Drew talks to a variety of fans with questions ranging from why addictive tendencies continue after the substance is no longer present, how anxiety plays into someone in addiction recovery, the recent positive drug test of MMA fighter Jon Jones and more.
Dr. Drew goes straight to the phones this episode and spends the entire episode talking to fans and answering their questions. Callers include one person who is newly on mood altering medication who is wondering how long they will take to stabilize, another with thoughts on the impact of the recent Netflix series '13 Reasons Why', a question about a vasectomy and many more.
Drew welcomes podcaster Wes Alwan (The Partially Examined Life) to the show to discuss his area of expertise - Psychology. The guys dive deep on Wes' history working in the field and how the study of philosophy has evolved thought the generations.
Drew welcomes podcaster and author David McRaney to the show and them immediately dive in and have a very in depth conversation about the Dunning-Kruger effect. Drew also touches on the idea that he has thought about trying to convert the thoughts of a flat earth supporter to his form of thinking. They also discuss the backfire effect and much much more.
Drew opens the show by welcoming in Kim Litton to tell her story about her history with substance abuse and her journey to get her life in order and eventually get into counseling, specifically when it comes to other women. They discuss the different stigmas that are thrust, rightfully or not, on women who use substances as opposed to men. As the show wraps up Drew goes to the phones and takes some listener phone calls.
A special crossover podcast with This Life. Dr. Drew and Bob Forrest sit down with Steve-O
A special crossover podcast with This Life. Dr. Drew and Mike Catherwood sit down with Dave Navarro of Dave Navarro's Dark Matter Radio, Ink Master Shop Wars, and Jane's Addiction!
Drew welcomes Dilbert creator and expert on persuasion Scott Adams to today's Dr. Drew Podcast and they dive right in talking about Scott's experience as a trained hypnotist, his long running history of correctly predicting US Presidential elections and his expert level knowledge is the art of persuasion. You can pre-order Scott's new book 'Win Bigly: Persuasion in a World Where Facts Don't Matter' now on amazon, releasing this October.
UC Berkeley Professor of Psychology Dr. Stephen Hinshaw joins Dr. Drew for an in-depth conversation on phsychology and mental illness.
Dr. Janina Scarlet calls in to talk about Superhero Therapy and geek culture. Wes Chapman also joins the show to further investigate more evidence based treatments and the effects of a hero's journey through acceptance. After the break, Dr. Drew talks to Tim Ryan, founder of A Man In Recovery Foundation.
Wes Chapman returns to the show to delve even further into his fascinating story that he introduced on episode 275.
Drew opens today's show speaking about some of the recertification tests he has been taking recently and the changes that have been made to them over the years. He then turns to the phones and speaks to callers on a variety of topics including 'Trump Anxiety', complications arising from sarcoma, HPV and more.
Adam and Drew open the show hitting on the Oppositional Defiance Disorder they discussed yesterday and Drew observes that Adam is surrounded by so many of those kinds of people that it must be that he is attracted to them. They then turn to speaking about Adam's relationship with his father and how Adam has had to evolve that relationship over the years. Later they turn to the phones and speak to a caller who lost a sibling to a heart defect and a caller wondering what's going on with Drew's shoulder.
Radio host and documentary filmmaker Dennis Prager joins Dr. Drew today to discuss his upcoming project he's making in concert with Adam Carolla titled 'No Safe Spaces'. Drew and Dennis have an in depth conversation about the state of college campuses today and how the next generation of college students are being prepared to enter the world.
Drew goes solo on this podcast and takes your listener phone calls including calls about sobriety in general, one wondering how to deal with the tricky subject of teen drinking, another worried about refugees pouring into her home state and many many more. He also comments on Steve-O's latest interview with Joe Rogan.
A Human Project's Wes Chapman joins Dr. Drew today for an intense and in-depth look at Wes' journey from a tumultuous upbringing and how he eventually got to where he is today as a healthy well adjusted member of society trying with all his might to make the world a better place.
Dr. Drew is joined this week by Betty Fords Joelle Jacobson for a conversation about the state of the recovery community as well as a recent study conducted by The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Addiction that suggests older women are binge drinking on a more regular basis than in the past. Drew then turns to the phones and takes calls alone for the remainder of the show including one about addiction, another about auto immune disease and more.
Dr. Drew chats with comedian Maria Bamford about medicines, psychiatric experiences, and hospitalizations. They also discuss suicide and Unwanted Thoughts Syndrome before diving into some talk about Maria's Netflix series Lady Dynamite.
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Fred Stoller join's Dr. Drew this week to talk about his new book 'Five Minutes To Kill' about comics getting their start in the HBO Young Comedian specials from the 1980s. They also catch up with Fred's mother Pearl.
Dr. Drew is joined this week by Vinnie Tortorich and his friend Anna Vocinio to talk about Vinnie's #NSNG lifestyle and Anna's book 'Eat Happy' that follows his plans.
Dr Drew is live from the Pasadena Ice House where he is joined by his good friend Mike Catherwood. The guys reminisce on their days growing up in the Pasadena area, take audience questions and speak to a few of Mike's good friends who joined as well.
Dr. Lisa Strohman returns to the Dr. Drew Podcast for an in depth conversation on a variety of topics with a special focus on sexting between teens and how the antiquated laws surrounding the topic make things exceptionally dangerous for today's children.
Jordan Harbinger joins Dr. Drew to talk about the 10,000 Hour Rule, luck, and The Art Of Charm.
Dr. Drew talks to listeners about stopping addiction before severe consequences, Richard Simmons, and anxiety disorders.
Dr. Drew welcomes Harvard trained, triple board-certified psychiatrist Dr. Shelley Uram to the program for an in-depth discussion about psychological trauma. Afterwards, Dr. Drew talks to Adam Tishman who co-founded Helix Sleep: an extremely innovative company selling affordable, customizable mattresses.
Pharmaceutical industry veteran and Dr. Drew Podcast listener Jeff St. Clair calls in to speak with Drew about his time in the industry. They also take listener phone calls.
Laila Ali joins the program to talk about her time on Celebrity Apprentice, her new podcast, and the life and legacy of her father, Muhammad Ali.
Dr. Drew is joined this week by media personality and author Nely Galan to talk about their shared history working in TV ad well as Nely's journey to becoming a TV personality and professional speaker as well as her personal history with Donald Trump as a contestant on Celebrity Apprentice.
Drew turns straight to the phones for this episode of the show and speaks to a variety of callers including one who is relatively newly sober and wanting to get in to a romantic relationship, another who is concerned that he is improperly tapering off of his medication and another who is explicably losing weight, amongst others.
Media personality, author and celebrity interviewer Carrie Keagan joins Dr. Drew for a long form conversation about Carrie's rise from one of the first stars created on YouTube to her dynamic career as it exists today. They discuss Carrie's experiences in Hollywood, her book, and the ways in which she came to hate and love her boobs with a ton of emotions in between.
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Back by popular demand, Dr. Drew takes the phones to speak with callers on the Dr. Drew Podcast and spends the entire episode taking listener calls to include one from a caller who is hearing a clicking sound coming from his heels. Then, Dr Drew tries to help another caller whom is dealing with loud and contentious neighbors and wondering whether or not she should get the police involved, Then, he addresses another caller with a question about penile sounding. We also hear from a caller with an addiction question amongst many others.
A special airing of Dr. Drew's new podcast, Weekly Infusion with Dr. Bruce. The guys pair up with pathologist assistant Nicole Angemi (of @mrs_angemi Instagram fame) to discuss the human body, diseases, and death.
Dr. Drew is joined by media personality and YouTube star Ami Horowitz for a long form conversation about how divergence between parties have transformed the nature of debate across all parts of our political and social systems.
Drew opens the show this week welcoming his guest Steve 'Stevie D' DuPin to discuss his career in stand up comedy and his experience working through prostate cancer. They also take some prostate cancer themed calls before Drew says goodbye to Stevie and moves on to more general phone calls. Drew speaks to a variety of callers including one who was recently broken up with looking for what to do next and another who is worried that a friend of theirs is being abused in a retirement home.
Drew opens up the show talking to a caller who has a question about Drew's recent colonoscopy before turning to the guys in the booth to talk about new years resolutions in general and how the idea may be inherently flawed. This leads to a more in depth conversation on social media and how it has evolved quite a bit in it's short lifespan and now may be the time for those services to look inward at themselves. Drew then turns back to the phones and speaks to a variety of callers including one with a ringing in his ears and another getting a pain in his groin after orgasm.
At the top of the show, Dr. Drew chats with Bobcat Goldthwait about his persona throughout the 80s, and how he met his friend, comedian Barry Crimmins. The guys then discuss why your career should be evolutionary, and why Bobcat has Jimmy Kimmel to thank for his latest iteration. Later, the guys talk about how surprised Bobcat was to find that his new documentary about Barry, 'Call Me Lucky', has impacted its audience. In the last part of the show, Bobcat speaks openly about his relationship with Robin Williams, and how he is just now finally recovering from a very difficult year. DrDrew.com
Reality TV producer Mark Cronin joins the show for a discussion about his extensive career working as the creator and executive producer of various reality TV shows starting with Singled Out in the 90s and continuing to his work today on hit shows like Bravo's Below Deck.
Dr. Drew is joined by Dr. Ken Levy for a wide ranging discussion on borderline personality disorder as well as other personality disorders and Ken shares some of the expertise he has acquired over his years working in the field.
Drew welcomes entrepreneur Ryan Blair to the podcast for an in depth conversation about Ryan's journey from juvenile delinquent gang member to highly successful businessperson. Ryan and Drew cover his entire journey before getting to his current life as a successful businessman and author.
Fran Drescher joins Dr. Drew for a conversation about health, cancer, and food.
Dr. Dan Siegel returns to the show for an in-depth conversation about the mind and body. After the break, Dr. Drew answers listener calls.
Drew welcomes Elizabeth McIngvale to the podcast to talk about her experiences with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. As well as being the Founder and President of the Peace of Mind Foundation, Elizabeth has extensive personal expereiences with OCD and more specifically the treatment of the disorder. Later in the show Drew and Liz turn to the phones and speak to a variety of callers on OCD and mental health in general.
Dr. Drew spends the entire show taking listener calls. Some of the topics include: friends with benefits, marijuana's effect on fertility, the Bicameral Mind, and why Drew doesn't recommend the medical field for his children.
The Fighter and The Kid's Bryan Callen and Brendan Schaub join Dr. Drew for a podcast about CTE. They guys also welcome Christopher Nowinski, co-founder of the Concussion Legacy Foundation, to weigh in on the topic. Later, Drew answers some listener phone calls.
Anderson Cowan joins Dr. Drew to talk about his upcoming film Groupers as well as reminisce about their years on Loveline.
For more about Groupers, visit GroupersTheMovie.com
Anna Vocino and Vinnie Tortorich join Dr. Drew for a podcast about fitness, diet, and Anna's new cookbook 'Eat Happy.' The guys also answer listener questions about lactic acid, building lean mass, and colonoscopies.
Entertainment journalist Ken Baker joins Dr. Drew to recall his battle with a benign brain tumor, resulting in him having to go through puberty in his late twenties. The guys also talk about the new movie based on that story, The Late Bloomer. Afterwards, Drew gives an update on his health before the guys share some thoughts about therapy.
Dr. Drew talks to listeners on the phone about interstitial cystitis, sex addiction, and reestablishing a connection with one's daughter. Also, Dr. Renee Dua calls in to talk about Heal.
For more on Heal, visit GetHeal.com
Dr. Drew talks to listeners on the phone about men watching porn, hair loss, and the long term effects of Tramadol.
Dr. Drew and Mike Catherwood are live from the Ice House in Pasadena for a live podcast featuring some history of Drew and Mike's connection with the Pasadena area as well as some fan interaction with Q and A.
Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi sits down with Dr. Drew and talks about Jersey Shore, motherhood, and true crime stories. Afterwards, Drew spends the second half of the show answering listener calls.
Jay Mohr joins Dr. Drew for a discussion about faith, parenthood, and race.
Robert Weiss LCSW, CSAT-S joins Dr. Drew for an in-depth conversation about sex addiction.
Adrianna Costa talks to Drew about marriage and motherhood before the pair interview one of Dr. Drew's superfans in-studio. After the break, Dr. Drew answers listener phone calls.
Poet Max Ritvo returns to the Dr. Drew podcast for a very emotional and honest discussion about the progression of Max's disease and much more, later Dr. Drew goes one on one with the fans answering listener phone calls.
Garry Meier joins Dr. Drew to talk about the transition from radio to podcasts, interviewing Howard Stern, and the influence of radio broadcasting on youth.
For more on the Garry Meier Show, visit GarryMeier.com
This week's epsiode is an unedited airing of the first ever live version of The Dr. Drew Podcast recorded on June 28th, 2016 from the world famous Hollywood Improv. Drew is joined on stage by returning guest and longtime friend Mike Catherwood as they examine their history together (as well as some of Mike's solo history) before welcoming a few friends of Mike's and taking audience questions.
Ben Greenfield and Mike Catherwood join Dr. Drew for a podcast about fitness, diet, and performance.
Check out Ben's book 'Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life' on Amazon!
Also listen to the Ben Greenfield Fitness Podcast and visit BenGreenfieldFitness.com
Fan Favorite Vinnie Tortorich joins Drew for a continued conversation about Vinnie's NSNG (No Sugar No Grain) philosophy and how he's been applying it to his client's lives. They also speak about their shared realizations about aging before being joined by their mutual friend Mike Catherwood to wrap up the show.
Dr. Erin Foster and Dr. Stacey Lowen join Dr. Drew to talk about how social media, technology, and parental involvement shape the adolescent mind.
Dr. Drew helps callers with questions about having relationships during recovery, the possible lingering effects of taking mushrooms, and chronic pain conditions.
Kevin Kerslake returns to the show with DJ Kevin Scott to further discuss the story of DJ AM.
Relationship therapist Dr. Erin Foster joins Dr. Drew for a conversation about maintaining healthy relationships and the work that goes into that endeavor. They also speak about Erin's past and get into the sometime scary experiences from her early life.
Dr. Drew addresses the tragic shooting in Orlando before answering listener phone calls about using Phentermine for weight control, what do do with an abusive daughter, and how to handle a possible beer allergy.
Drew welcomes Mike Mosberg to the show this week to talk about his work in the addiction and recovery community. The show opens with Drew and Mike recounting the A-list holiday party at which they met and the craziness that went on that evening before transitioning into Mike's work in the New York recovery scene. They also take some phone calls and help out listeners with their questions about recovery.
This week Dr. Drew opens the show taking listener phone calls and doesn't stop. Drew helps out listeners including one who has a close friend who is spiraling out of control with binge drinking and another whose wife is struggling with symptoms that may be helped with the hormone replacement therapy that Drew has spoken positively about in the past. He also helps out a police officer who is struggling with personal relationships, and several more listeners.
Drew opens to show talking to John and Danny from Pivot TV to talk about the upcoming second season of their show 'Secret Lives of Americans'. Later, Drew turns to the phones to talk to callers about issues including how birth control pills differ from abortion pills, DNA testing to learn about your ancestry and a man struggling with his girlfriend's relationship with her mother. DrDrew.com
Drew and Tanya Acker talk about her show 'Hot Bench' as well as their general overall feelings about the legal system and how lawsuits and trials work these days. They then turn to the calls and help some listeners on a variety of problems including opiate addiction and helping a partner getting onto an exercise regimen.
Returning guest Mike Carano joins Dr. Drew this week to talk about the final episode of Loveline and their shared experience being a part of the longtime Loveline family. Drew and Mike also discuss the tragic early passing of Mike's sister and how Mike and the whole Carano family has dealt with the grieving process.
Dr. Drew answers listener phone calls about Loveline, his theory on the relationship between the alcoholic gene with the survival gene, regulations for opioids, and more. DrDrew.com
Ken Kratz joins Dr. Drew to talk about recovery, the legal system, and how his life changed after 'Making a Murderer.' They are also joined by Patrick R. Krill, the director of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Legal Professionals Program, to discuss Ken's recovery.
Evan 'Bullet' James and Tony Pallotto talk to Dr. Drew about 'extreme' drug intervention services and their new A&E series, 'The Extractors.'
Psalm Isadora joins Dr. Drew to talk about her past, orgasmic yoga, and sexuality.
Alex Katehakis is a licensed Marriage, Family Therapist, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist and Certified Sex Therapist in Los Angeles. She talks to Dr. Drew about sexual perversions/addictions as well as the influence of porn in today's society. DrDrew.com
Professor and Author Dr. James Fallon joins Dr. Drew this week for a podcast focusing on Dr. Fallon's ares of expertiese which include Psychiatry, Human Behavior, Anatomy and Nuerobiology.
Addiction specialist Cali Estes joins Dr. Drew to talk about her work with high profile people in managing and overcoming their addictions. Dr. Estes tell's Drew about the personal one on one style of treatment she employs as well as opening up about her own past with food addiction. They also talk about addiction in the professional sports world and how the various organizations have differing levels of assistance for their players. DrDrew.com
Kevin Kerslake joins Drew to talk about his documentary As I AM: The Life and Times of DJ AM AM documentary. Drew opens the show talking about DJ AM's contributions to helping youth fight drug and alcohol addiction with friend and drummer Travis Barker. Then they talk abut DJ AM finding fame after his recovery, and how much worse it would have been had he been using when he got famous. After that they talk about the traumatic plane crash that both DJ AM and Travis Barker survived, and the aftermath which helped lead AM back to drugs and eventually overdose. This leads to a more in-depth discussion on AM's previous drug use and how he first became an addict. Before they wrap, Kevin talks about the making of his documentary.
Idiotsitter's Jillian Bell and Charlotte Newhouse join Dr. Drew to tell the story of how they met and their start in the Groundlings. The girls then compare their respective upbringings before Charlotte closes the show with a hilarious story about accidentally farting in a guy's face.
Watch Idiotsitter Thursdays at 10:30/9:30c on Comedy Central
Noah Levine talks to Dr. Drew about his history at a very young age with drugs, alcohol and trouble with the law. The pair then explore Noah's refuge recovery, and the similarities and differences between that and the usual 12-step recovery program.
Rabbi Mark Borovitz talks to Dr. Drew about the proliferation and damaging effects of opioid prescriptions. They delve into Rabbi Mark's personal story and recovery, and dissect the various methods of addiction treatment. DrDrew.com
Samantha Schacher joins Dr. Drew for an open and frank conversation about the challenges that have faced Sam throughout her career while examining how other women are facing similar challenges in their own careers. They also take listener phone calls including a man who is trying to stay present and connected in his relationship.
Clinical psychologist and adolescent specialist Dr. Jerry Weicham joins Dr. Drew for a discussion about the physiological and psychological needs of children and adolescents. DrDrew.com
For more with Dr. Jerry Weichman, visit DrJerryWeichman.com
Comedian Danny Lobell joins Dr. Drew for this week's episode and they open up talking about Danny's philosophy podcast and their mutual love of philosophy in general. They then get into which philosopher embodies each one of them the most closely. Danny then tells Drew the story about his getting kicked out of yeshiva and how that soured him on religion for a large period of his life. DrDrew.com
Dr. Nathan L. Guerette joins Dr. Drew to discuss women's pelvic issues. They also talk about robotic surgery and the stigma behind vaginal rejuvenation.
Dr. Drew welcomes Farrah Abraham this week, whom he has known for several years via his work on the various seasons of Teen Mom. Drew opens the show going back to the beginning talking to Farrah about how her life was going before the limelight and how her existence in media may have shaped the direction her life has taken. As the conversation goes on they discuss Farrah's future as well as taking some listener phone calls. DrDrew.com
Dr. Holly Thacker joins the show to discuss women's health, specifically with regards to women going through menopause. Then Drew takes calls about Steven Avery and Making a Murderer. He talks to the last person dismissed during the jury selection process and another woman who applied for the same Auto Trader position as Teresa Halbach. DrDrew.com
Dr. Drew speaks with Ann Thomas about her experiences coming out in a very conservative community. They also discuss the ways that people react to the transgender community, ranging from those who accept, to those who fetishize. Other topics of conversation include sexual identity vs. gender identity, and Ann's successful Transgender talent agency. DrDrew.com
At the top of the show, Dr. Drew chats with Bobcat Goldthwait about his persona throughout the 80s, and how he met his friend, comedian Barry Crimmins. The guys then discuss why your career should be evolutionary, and why Bobcat has Jimmy Kimmel to thank for his latest iteration. Later, the guys talk about how surprised Bobcat was to find that his new documentary about Barry, 'Call Me Lucky', has impacted its audience. In the last part of the show, Bobcat speaks openly about his relationship with Robin Williams, and how he is just now finally recovering from a very difficult year. DrDrew.com
Vinnie Tortorich joins Drew for this weeks episode of The Dr Drew Podcast. Drew opens the show talking to Vinnie about the history of body building and what it means to be fit. Plus they discuss the health benefits of eating fats and meats as well as the vegan lifestyle.
Simone Bienne talks about meeting Drew's wife and joins a discussion on spiritualism and natural energy. After that, Drew takes some phone calls on building a podcast audience and his stance on religion. Before they wrap, Drew and Simone talks about sex addiction and the availability of porn today. DrDrew.com
Dave Asprey, founder of Bulletproof Coffee, joins Drew for this weeks episode of The Dr. Drew Podcast. They talk about the differences between MCT oil, coconut oil, and Brain Octane oil. Then Dave talks about growing up overweight, as well as what led him to a more healthy lifestyle. After that, Dave talks about the places he's traveled in search of new and foreign nutritional products. Before they wrap, Drew and Dave talk about the importance of vitamins, and which ones you should definitely be taking. DrDrew.com
Joel McHale joins Dr. Drew for a discussion about Joel's speech at the White House Correspondent's Dinner, The Soup, and the recent tragedies in Paris. They also give their thoughts on political correctness in colleges before Joel shares some stories about his upbringing in Italy and Seattle. DrDrew.com
Adrienne Maloof joins Drew for his 200th episode of The Dr Drew podcast. Drew opens the show talking to Adrienne about her time on The Real Housewives and how reality television affects relationships. Then, Drew talks to Adrienne about her family and upbringing in Mexico. After that, Drew and Adrienne talk about Kim Richards' battle with drugs and alcohol, as well as alcoholism in general. Before they wrap, Drew takes a call on a young woman trying to mend her relationship with her mother.
Drew is joined for the first time on The Dr. Drew Podcast by author and television personality Tucker Max for an expansive conversation about his new book 'Mate: Become the Man Women Want'. Drew and Tucker go though the book topic by topic and give males a blueprint for how to present themselves to the opposite sex and eventually land a mate. DrDrew.com
Hypnotist, Motivational Speaker, and author Ricky Kalmon joins Dr. Drew this week for a discussion about the subconscious. The pair explore hypnosis as well and discuss practical uses of hypnosis for improving ones life. Drew gets in depth having Ricky explain the different ways hypnosis can be applied for a variety of outcomes. DrDrew.com
Dr. Drew is joined this week by Bob Forrest and Andy Dick for a frank conversation about where they all currently are in their recovery and personal lives. They also discuss Bob's new album Survival Songs and play a track called 'Elvis, We Are Waiting For You'. The gang then turn to the phones and talk to a recovering alcoholic trying to manage Xanax addiction, a woman worrying about a recently sober person getting married and pregnant, and a someone with a sibling who recently had to have open heart surgery as a result of heroin use. DrDrew.com
Dr Drew welcomes Erica Hirsch to this week's episode of The Dr Drew Podcast. They open the show talking about eating disorders and trauma. This leads into a conversation on body image issues and body dysmorphic disorder specifically. Then they get into the different treatment methods for eating disorders. DrDrew.com
Dr. David Buss joins Dr. Drew for an in-depth conversation about evolutionary psychology, the science behind attraction, and the differences between men and women. DrDrew.com
Model, Television host and former Miss USA Tara Conner joins Dr. Drew for a discussion about her battle with addiction and subsequent work as an addiction advocate. As the show goes on Drew and Tara are joined by other addiction advocates Bob Forrest and Jason Wahler for a more expanded conversation on addiction and recovery strategies. DrDrew.com
Ryan Holiday returns to the Dr. Drew Podcast for an extensive conversation on media marketing and philosophy. DrDrew.com
Derek Waters sits down with Dr. Drew to talk about the creation of his show, Drunk History. The two also discuss Drew's morning routine and Derek pitches a few ideas for Drew to be more involved with his show. Plus, they take a few phone calls and Derek shares a bit about his background.Watch Drunk History - Tuesdays at 10:30pm on Comedy CentralDrDrew.com
Drew opens the show welcoming guest Nikki Glaser whom he is a huge fan of and explains to Nikki how he became aware of her by way of Nikki's good friend Amy Schumer. The pair then get into Nikki's early life and her struggles with eating disorders and the resulting therapy. After Nikki tells Drew about her upcoming Comedy Central show they turn to the phones and talk a caller who is photoshopping her Tinder photos and another who wants to know if daily drinking can be normal for some.