Rank #1: Weekly Infusion 03 Candy Finnigan
Great minds think alike on Weekly Infusion, addiction specialists Dr. Drew and Dr. Bruce are joined by Candy Finnigan, star of A&E's, Intervention. Candy was one of the very first women to become an interventionist. The threesome discusses the condition of addiction, the history of intervention and various modes of recovery that are now available.
Rank #2: WI 56 : Hair Loss Solutions
Drs. Drew and Bruce tackle the topic of hair loss and discuss the most current treatments. They are joined by Bill Edwards, CEO of Regenix, who talks about the regimen that Susan Pinsky is finding success with, and hair replacement surgeon, Dr. Parsa Mohebi. Later, they speak with dermatologist Abel Torres MD/JD, Professor and Chairman of Dermatology at Linda Loma School Of Medicine and dermatologist Dr. Hal Weitzbuch who has successfully treated his alopecia patient, Max, with steroid injections and platelet rich plasma. Get 15 percent off a starter kit at Regenix when you mention Drdrew at checkout.
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Rank #3: WI 54 : Recognize a Predator
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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Rank #4: Weekly Infusion 30 - Dr James Fallon
Rank #5: Weekly Infusion 02 Simone Bienne
Transformational Leader, @SimoneBienne is this week's guest. Simone employs her expertise in sexual issues, neurolinguistic programming and hypnosis to help her clients "get to where they want to be in life." She helps them to establish a positive emotional state by reprogramming their brains and changing negative patterns. Together with Dr. Drew and Dr. Bruce, she addresses a variety of topics that range from the stigma of sexually transmitted diseases to fear of vaccines.
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Rank #6: WI 55 : Nicole Angemi
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!
This episode is sponsored by Alliant University CSP.
Rank #7: WI 50 : Mind Of A Mass Murderer
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Rank #8: WI 37 - Who Are You, Really?
Rank #9: Weekly Infusion 17 - Dr Sylvia Tara
Biochemist and author of The Secret Life Of Fat Dr. Sylvia Tara was discouraged for many years with her own battle of weight gain. Dr. Tara made it her personal mission to discover everything she could about it and its role in the human body. The result is a treasure trove of information for anyone who wants to understand and work with the good and bad types of fat in order to achieve ones own personal goals. She chronicles the myriad physiological reasons that people struggle with weight and enlightens her readers about the many important functions of fat in the human body.
Rank #10: Weekly Infusion 04 Bill Bass
Dr. William Bass is a legend in the field of forensic anthropology, having established the very first "Body Farm," in Knoxville Tennessee in 1971. The Body Farm is a piece of woodland acreage dedicated to the study of human decomposition. At any given time there are about one hundred bodies decaying in a variety of circumstances on the property, including under water in car trunks and in shallow graves. Bodies are also subjected to various weather conditions. Scientists accumulate information about how bodies are affected by these factors, and about time of death as well. Dr. Bass has solved countless complicated cases over the years and is one of the few people to have ever examined the remains of the Lindbergh baby. Drdrew.com
Rank #11: WI 35 - Dr Alan Schore
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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Rank #12: Weekly Infusion 22 - Dave Pelzer
Dave Pelzer, bestselling author of A Child Called It, describes how his picture-perfect childhood spiraled into a hellish nightmare of physical and psychological abuse when his mother became a raging alcoholic. Nearly killed by her on several occasions, Dave's case was one of the worst be documented in the state of California at that time. Dave is now a popular motivational speaker who extols the healing powers of resilience, optimism and hope.
Rank #13: Weekly Infusion 14 - Diagnosis: Current Events
This week Dr. Drew and Dr. Bruce pick each other's brains about a variety of current events. The topics range from clinical trials to prostate cancer to prescription drug prices to Shelley Duvall's recent and disturbing television interview. They also conduct a hilarious, in-depth analysis of a recent confusing text exchange between Dr. Drew and Adam Carolla.
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Rank #14: Weekly Infusion 26 - Nicole Angemi
Rank #15: Weekly Infusion 15 - The Return of Nicole Angemi!
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Rank #16: WI 41 - Nicole Angemi
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??
This episode is sponsored by Alliant University CSP and Hydralyte.
Rank #17: WI 40 - Dr. Sue Johnson and Dr Lisa Palmer-Olsen
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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Rank #18: Weekly Infusion 05 Mark Leyner and Dr. Billy Goldberg
Bestselling authors of "Why do Men Have Nipples," Mark Leyner and Dr. Billy Goldberg join us this week to answer interesting questions about the human body and some of its more amusing functions. The panel also discusses funny emergency room cases, how patients' instant access to medical research has changed exam room conversations, and how the advent of social media might be affecting the brains of future generations and their ability to communicate face to face.
Rank #20: Weekly Infusion 13 Dr Cate Shanahan
Dr. Catherine Shanahan is a board-certified family physician who runs the Los Angeles Lakers nutrition program. Her book, "Deep Nutrition," is based on the "four pillars of the human diet." In it she identifies and describes the commonalities between all the most successful nutritional programs people the world over have depended on for millennia to protect their health. It encourages the birth of healthy children so that the heritage of optimum health can be gifted to subsequent generations.
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