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.
Dr. Drew filmed a public service announcement addressing the effects of rampant opioid addiction that has already claimed the lives of countless people across the world. The United States represents 5% of the world’s population, and yet we consume 80% of the pain medication – medicine that was not designed to be used for longer than 2 weeks. Watch the video below.
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Comedy writer Amber Tozer stops by to discuss her journey and her memoir “Sober Stick Figure” with Dr. Drew and Bob! Plus, film and music video producer Sharon Oreck makes a return appearance on the show!
National headlining and top grossing recovery comedians Mark Lundholm (Broadway), and Kurtis Matthews (BBC1, VH1) team up to share funny, poignant stories about recovery and overcoming life challenges as comedians and ...
In this week’s This Life Podcast, Evidential Music City Medium Cindy Kaza does a psychic reading for Bob and delves into her history. Hear her story of how she coped with her heroin addicted mother and inspiring messages from her travels around the globe.
In this week’s episode, Andy digs into his relationship with a younger woman and his battles with depression. Sex expert Simone Bienne offers her view and we close out with a cameo by comedian Paul Mecurio.
In a recent segment of The Steve Harvey Show, Dr. Drew spoke with a mother and her three daughters who are scared that their 20-year-old son and brother Munir will die from his heroin addiction. In this week’s THIS LIFE podcast, Mackenzie Phillips and Tim Ryan (founder of A Man In Recovery Foundation) joins Dr. Drew and Bob to discuss “The New Face Of Heroin” and to check in with Munir’s sister Tina.
Mike Carano returns joining Patrick R. Krill, director of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Legal Professionals Program. In this role, Patrick helps attorneys, judges and law students prepare for and overcome the distinctive challenges they face in recovery from chemical dependency.