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Mar 29, 2017

Dr. Drew and Dr. Bruce are joined by John Brenkus, creator of ESPN's Emmy winning series, Sport Science.  John explains how he and his team use cutting edge science to analyze and predict maximum athletic performance in any given sport.  John is the author of New York Times bestseller, The Perfection Point, and creator/host of The Brink of Midnight Podcast.   


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Mar 22, 2017

Dr. Drew and Dr. Bruce discuss the topic of LSD microdosing with author Ayelet Waldman, who practiced the controversial technique for a period of one month as a treatment for her unbearable mood storms.  She describes the profound benefits she experienced from taking sub-clinical doses of the drug, which she chronicles in her new book, A Really Good Day:  How Microdosing Made a Mega Difference in My Mood, My Marriage and My Life.  Afterwards, psychiatrist Dr. John Sharp weighs in the subject.  

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Mar 15, 2017

Dr. Jake Lentz shares his journey from the writers' room to the emergency room this week with Dr. Drew and Dr. Bruce.  After graduating from Harvard, Jake moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in comedy writing and quickly found his way to a position at the Jimmy Kimmel Show.  After several successful years under his belt, however, Jake decided it was time for a career change and applied to medical school and he is now a physician.Drdrew.com has all the latest podcasts. Subscribe and please tell a friend. 

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Mar 9, 2017

Former concert Oboist Marcia Butler discusses her new book "The Skin Above My Knee - A Memoir"

Marcia Butler's childhood was an emotionally and physically abusive wasteland.  Populated with a cold and distant mother, a sexually abusive father, and an older sister (who was also abused), young Marcia found solace only in music.  At four years of age, her spirit was forever imprinted after emotionally connecting with Norwegian opera singer Kirstan Flagstad's inimitable performance in Tristan and Isolde.  Every Sunday her mother blasted the Wagner aria at high volume as she vacuumed the family home, thus creating a ritual that Marcia eagerly anticipated every week. Flagstad's profound impact on Marcia lead her to pursue a career in music.  Ultimately, Marcia became an extremely accomplished oboist, performing at the highest orchestral levels - even as she fought her childhood demons.  Marcia Butler talks with Dr. Drew and Dr. Bruce about how music literally saved her life.

Outro contains a public domain excerpt from Tristan Und Isolde courtesy of the www.the-wagnerian.com


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