Pathologist Nicole Angemi shares some of her favorite stories from the pathology lab and then challenges Dr. Drew and Dr. Bruce to a round of Mystery Diagnosis. Find Nicole at @Mrs_Angemi on Instagram! See the live video and photos on YouTube/Drdrew and play along!
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Steve Kardian, self defense expert and author of THE NEW SUPER POWER FOR WOMEN, breaks down the mind of a predator and teaches women how to recognize them and protect themselves in vulnerable situations. Elizabeth Smart: Questions Answered: with host Dr. Drew Pinsky airs Nov 20 at 10 p.m. after the two part special Elizabeth Smart: Autobiography on A&E. Go to The Elizabeth Smart Foundation for more details about bringing hope and ending victimization through prevention, recovery and advocacy.
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Drew welcomes the popular host of You Are Not So Smart Podcast David McRaney to the show. They discuss the Dunning-Kruger Effect, flat-earthers, the backfire effect and much more.
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Dr. Omid Hamid, who is at the forefront of this research, shares the latest news of how he and scientists are making incredible advancements in the treatment melanoma with a variety of groundbreaking therapies.
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Duke University Pediatric Neuro-oncologist, Dr. Henry Friedman talks about the latest research and treatments for brain cancers. Included is a discussion of his colleague, Matthias Gromeier, who is successfully using the polio virus to treat the most virulent brain tumors.
You can find Dr. Freidman at the PRESTON ROBERT TISCH TUMOR CENTER. This episode is sponsored by Hydralyte and Alliant CSP.
This episode is sponsored by Hydralyte and Alliant CSP.
This Episode is sponsored by Hydralyte and Alliant University CSP.
Five-time World Champion boxer, Mia St. John shares her passion for helping the mentally ill homeless people and the unique strategies that she and her foundation use to help those who are suffering from it.
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Distinguished neuroscientist talks about his ground-breaking work with Phantom Limb Syndrome, Capgras Syndrome and visual psychophysics.
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Actress Tawny Kitaen joins Dr. Drew to discuss her thirty year odyssey with breast implants. Implant-free now, she is on a crusade to help women understand the implications of choosing implants. Plastic surgeon, Dr. Elliott Hirsch is on hand to share his expertise.
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September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month! Dr. Matthew Rettig of UCLA's David Geffin School of Medicine is here on behalf of the Prostate Cancer Foundation to educate us on prostate health and share all the latest research regarding prostate cancer.
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Mary Roach, author of Grunt: The Curious Science Of Humans At War
is a bestselling pop science writer and joins us to talk about orgasms, beer aroma wheels, attending mediumship school and a host of other interesting topics!.
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Pathology Assistant Nicole Angemi returns to discuss the stigmas associated mental illness and the difficulties that many people face while seeking treatment for it. She talks about her own diagnosis of bi-polar disorder and her experiences with the condition.
Can Dr Drew and Dr Bruce guess one of her mystery diagnosis??
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Dr. Sue Johnson and Dr. Lisa Palmer join Drew for an in-depth discussion on Emotionally Focused Therapy and ways it can be applied to our everyday lives oaths crossover Dr. Drew Podcast 15. The three of them then take calls on single parenting, schizophrenia and post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Dr. Joel Salinas. professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, has mirror touch synesthesia, a perceptual condition that affects his senses to the point where he experiences the painful physical sensations of his patients. Joelsalinamd.com
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Dr. Jill Weimer discusses her work on the extremely rare Batten's Disease, a neurodegenerative disease that affects children. Chris Velona joins to discuss his son Sebastian's experience with the illness and his goal to eventually find a cure. CureBattencln8.org for more.
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Dr. Drew's favorite guest on his Dr. Drew Podcast. Dr. Allan Schore is on the clinical faculty of the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, and at the UCLA Center for Culture, Brain, and Development. His Regulation Theory, grounded in developmental neuroscience and developmental psychoanalysis, focuses on the origin, psychopathogenesis, and psychotherapeutic treatment of the early forming subjective implicit self.
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Scott Flansburg regales us with his astounding mathematical abilities, by using only his brain to make complicated calculations. This Guiness Book Of World Records Holder shares some of his secrets about numbers with Dr. Drew and Dr. Bruce.
Dr. Stephen Porges, originator of Polyvagal Theory, discusses the evolution of the human autonomic nervous system with special guest Cheryl Arutt PsyD.
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DNA Analysis for Common Cancers is the topic. Color.com founder Othman Laraki describes how his company can help determine your risk for common hereditary cancers
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Renowned neuroscientist James Fallon talks about his family's violent history and how he discovered that his own brain's anatomy predisposes him to psychopathy.
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In an effort to eventually produce transplantable heart muscle, scientists have pioneered a way to grow functioning human heart cells on the cellulose scaffolding of spinach leaves, which closely resembles the organ's veiny structure. Worcester Polytechnic Institute's Dr Glenn Gaudette and Joshua Gershlak join Weekly Infusion
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