Actor and comedian Fred Stoller returns to The Dr. Drew Podcast to give us an update on his protracted legal battle with the real-life Kramer on which the famous Seinfeld character is based. He also gives us an update on how his mom is doing, and the success of his bo 'Maybe We'll Have You Back'.
Drew welcomes marketing executive and author Ryan Holiday to the podcast to hear his unusual journey and talk about Drew's personal involvement in shaping Ryan's journey. They also explore Ryan's latest bo on Stoicism and how he has applied those ideas to all other portions of his personal and professional life.
Dr. Drew Pinsky — better known as just Dr. Drew — has been a prominent voice of the medical profession in popular culture for than two decades, dispensing advice on both radio and television and working with everyone from actors and musicians to everyday folks as an addiction specialist. This Thursday, September 18, Dr.
Dr. Arul Chinnaiyan joins Dr. Drew for a discussion about Prostate Cancer Research as well as a general discussion about medical research and how one gets into that discip. Dr. Chinnaiyan helps guide Dr. Drew and the listeners as to how medical researchers are born and how they take their curiosities and develop them into applications that can be used to help cure or at least curb a particular disease.
18th Annual PRISM Showcase MARK YOUR CALENDAR! The 18th Annual PRISM Showcase will air on FX Network Saturday, September 6 at 12 noon. For the PRISM Awards airing schedule, please see your local listings. For other information and updates, visit: www.prismawards.com Meet Our Hosts! Dr. Drew Pinsky is a practicing physician, Board Certified
Dr. Drew on His Private Battle with Prostate Cancer (Extra TV) Dr. Drew Pinsky returned from a Caribbean vacation two years ago feeling ill, with chills so rattling that he had to go to the hospital. He figured he must have caught a tropical disease. Although his symptoms passed, his wife urged him to get
Dr. Drew Pinsky knows the value our culture places on celebrity, and he winces when it’s not used to its maximum effect. “I’ve seen a lot of celebrities champion causes that they’re paid to champion, which is OK, but they really don’t know much about it except what they’ve been told to say,” Dr. Pinsky