Super Bowl champion Marvin Washington @mwas52 talks health after football, his role @Isodiol , and the possibilities of Cannabinoids.
Then Dr Jeff Flores DDS demystifies modern dentistry and talks about the work he's done on Bob Forrest at Rancho Dental Studio.
#YouLive #HappyNewYear #NewYearNewYou
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Krissy Mae Cagney is a personal trainer and entrepreneur. brainchild of “Deadlifts and Donuts,” and she also is a recovering addict who founded “reps 4 recovery” to help those who struggle with addiction find solace in fitness. This is an inspirational podcast with Co-host Mike Catherwood and Dr. Drew. #youlive
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Anna David is a journalist and New York Times Bestselling author, plus has written about relationships, sex, healing and recovery for many publications. After his interview, Anna is contemplating writing the book about Celebrity Rehab and returns This Life to tell Drew and Bob her stories of addiction lore, announces her new audio book PARTY GIRL. #YOULIVE
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Bai Ling is a Chinese-American actress best known for her work in films such as “The Crow,” “Red Corner,” and “Crank:High Voltage,” as well as TV shows including “Entourage” and “Lost.” At the age of fourteen Bai passed the People's Liberation Army's exams and became a musical theater artist/soldier in Tibet where she was sexually abused by her superiors. On today’s show, she shares how this experience contributed to her addiction problems and led to some crazy behavior in her twenties before appearing on “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.” She also tells Drew and Bob about a private meeting with PresIdent Bill Clinton.
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Joining This Life, Kevin Schaefer (Intervention Specialist), Patrick Reilly (Drug Counselor) and Ryan Gorman (Resident Junkie) are hosts from “Don't Die Wisconsin,” a podcast that focuses on the heroin and opioid epidemic in their home state. #YOULIVE
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A special "Best of Episode" featuring previous appearances from some of our special Celebrity Rehab guests to include Tom Sizemore, Mackenzie Phillips, Mary Carey, Shelly Sprague, Heidi Fleiss, Steven Adler, and Dennis Rodman @DennisRodman. #YOULIVE
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Award-winning personal trainer, author and business owner Doug Bopst boasts credentials and accolades as a result of his own transformation. A former felon and drug addict, sentenced to months in jail due to being found guilty of “possession with intent to sell,” he had a moment of clarity and chose to use his time locked in that cell to beat his demons and reinvent himself thanks to a combination of faith, family and fitness. His upcoming new book, "The Heart of Recovery: Real People. Real Hacks. Real Success Stories” where he interviews many of the most inspiring sober individuals of all walks of life to learn and understand what they are doing to thrive in recovery from addiction. Due out in March of 2019.
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Author of “My Fair Junkie” Amy Dresner is a former professional stand-up comic. Amy became an addict at 24 and suffered through many years of addiction before finally getting clean in her 40s. She entertains Bob and Dr. Drew with stories about her life. Since 2012 she has been a contributing editor of the on-line addiction and recovery magazine, The Fix.com. Find her on twitter: @AmyDresner IG: @amydresner FB: @amydresnerofficial #YOULIVE
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Celebrity Rehab Alum Dennis Rodman and his agent Darren Prince are here today to talk to Bob Forrest and Dr. Drew about their experiences in Korea together, and how Dennis became friends with Kim Jong-un. Darren tells his story of opiate addiction and how he survived 23 years of abuse and now 10 years sober, and a has an amazing new book AIMING HIGH that Rodman and Drew fully endorse. #YOULIVE Follow Dennis @dennisrodman & Darren @agent_dp on Instagram.
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Zach Skow was 28 years old and dying of end-stage liver disease due to a crippling alcohol addiction. In order to receive a transplant, he would need to accrue 6 months of sobriety. He found the kinship, strength and unconditional love needed to accomplish this task in his dogs. A decade later, he’s sober, married with a child and is the founder of Marley’s Mutts, a dog rescue organization that heals and rehabilitates shelter dogs. The rescued dogs are then used in a variety of therapeutic programs that benefit both people and the animals. To date, Marley’s Mutts has placed over 5000 dogs. Hear his story. #youlive
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Dr. Drew’s anger about the current homeless crisis comes to a head as he demands accountability for the situation. Frustrated at watching his own predictions about a typhus outbreak come to pass, he addresses the epidemiology that connects mental illness and homelessness. He and Bob welcome 5th District Supervisor, Kathryn Barger, Los Angeles Mission CEO, Herb Smith and local activist, Rick Swinger, who offer their own opinions about how to solve this problem.
Los Angeles Mission and Anne Douglas Center For Women are hosting their 8th annual Legacy Of Vision gala on October 25th, and Honoring Dr. Drew. You can support at http://LOV18.givesmart.com
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Dr. Drew and Bob take a comprehensive look at American issues. They welcome former Navy SEAL, Carl Higbie, who talks about fighting to win, defending one’s country and the psychological implications of taking a life. Bob, formerly an “uber liberal,” announces the formation of his new Radical Center Party. Then the guys discuss Civil War conspiracy theories and Mexican immigration. Carl proposes the "Higbie Policy," which entails the stapling of a green card to your diploma upon completion of your degree. Afterwards, Drew responds to emails. Higbie’s book: Enemies, Foreign & Domestic: A SEAL's Story. #YOULIVE
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Prominent sports and celebrity agent Darren Prince represents stars like Magic Johnson, Hulk Hogan, Charlie Sheen, and our own Celebrity Rehab alum/friend, Dennis Rodman. Now ten years sober, Darren shares the miraculous story of his survival with Dr. Drew and Bob. His new book, Aiming High: How A Prominent Sports And Celebrity Agent Hit Bottom At The Top, chronicles his journey. #YOULIVE
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Dr. Drew and Bob discuss the implications of Dr. Blasey Ford’s appearance at the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. They are joined by criminologist, behavioral analyst, attorney, and host of “Wives and Knives,” Dr. Casey Jordan, who offers her perspective about Kavanaugh’s temperament and his fitness to serve on the highest court in he land.
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Brady Granier joins Bob and Drew to talk about BioCorRx®, a recovery program focused on improving the lives of those struggling with alcohol and opioid addiction. The centerpiece of the program is a proprietary long-lasting implant of Naltrexone, the FDA approved oral based drug, which is proven to substantially reduce cravings for drugs and alcohol. Go to Beataddiction.com or call 888-993-1099 for more details. This implant is not FDA approved but available by prescription.#YOULIVE
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Ray Oldhafer, Chris Boehm, and Colin Cheer join This Life to talk about their podcast, Do Tell Ray, and Chris' role in getting Bob sober back in 1996. The boys get gross and discuss all the antics they have experienced in their past together. Always seems funny to them. #youlive
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Theo Von makes a cameo appearance with Drew and Mike Catherwood who chat about the latest news and this life. #youlive
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Recorded live at Dr Drew's 60th Birthday Party Toasty (non) Roast.
Featuring guests (In order of appearance):
Adam Carolla, Lauren Sivan, Mike Carano, Bob Forrest,
Theo Von, Heather McDonald, Bob Saget, Ginger Gonzaga,
Steve-O, Tom Arnold, Craig Shoemaker, Jeanie Buss,
Nikki Glaser, Joel McHale, Jimmy O. Yang, Mike Catherwood
Fred Stoller, Loni Love, Susan Pinsky, Mark Geragos,
and Jason Patric.
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Owen Elliot Kugel and Mackenzie Phillips are childhood friends brought together by their musician parents, the Mamas and The Papas. Bob is also connected to Mama Cass (Owen's mother), as she was the person who rescued his sister-mom in the 60s while living on Laurel Canyon in Hollywood. Mackenzie, daughter of singer John Phillips, runs Breathe Life Healing Center in Hollywood California, which helps addicts and their families survive this disease. Owen and Mack describe what it was like to be raised by drug addicts who also happened to be musical geniuses. Check out Mackenzie in her new role as an addict on Orange is the New Black! #YOULIVE
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Infamous “Tan Mom,” Patricia Krentcil, explains how numerous harrowing experiences of her youth contributed to her current medical conditions. She recounts a life affected by sexual abuse, head injuries and damaging personal relationships.This October, 2017 excerpt is from the short-lived Howard Vortex podcast, hosted by Dr. Drew and Ami Horowitz. We mention this interview on the most recent #YOULIVE!
A year in the life of Tan Mom! In Oct, 2017, Patricia Krentcil chatted with superfan, Ami Horowitz on The Howard Vortex podcast (see bonus content). This week she joins Dr. Drew to give us an update on her curious life as a followup of her interview April of this year with Drew & Mike. Today, She's finding inner peace with the release of her new single heard on the Stern Show, “Free to be Me,” coming out in the next couple weeks. This episode also features an archival interview with and Jason Ellis. Bringing Ellis up to date, Mike talks about his upcoming fight at Ellismania 2018 on August 24, 25 and 26. Dr. Drew will be there sing the National Anthem at the Hard Rock event. Get tickets today! #YOULIVE
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Bob and Dr. Drew welcome Dave, co-host of the popular Dopey Podcast. They discuss the tragic and unexpected death of Dave's podcasting partner Chris, who died from a heroin overdose two weeks ago. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of our dear friend. #youlive. Sponsored by Hydralyte.
Marina Anderson has worked in nearly every facet of Hollywood over the course of her career. She is an actor, writer and producer, and is artistically creative as well. In 2010 she wrote a book about her relationship with actor David Carradine, to whom she was married for six years.
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Shelly Sprague returns to join Bob Forrest and Dr. Drew. Becky Savage lost two of her four sons in one night to acute alcohol and oxycodone overdose. Nick, 19, who had just finished his first year of college died alongside Jack, 18, who had just graduated from high school. The two were celebrating with their friends when they made the choice to take this deadly combination at a party. Determined to save other parents from experiencing a similar tragedy, Becky started the 525 Foundation. The foundation is named for the boys’ hockey numbers, 5 and 25. Becky is actually a nurse, which makes this even more upsetting – it can happen to anyone.
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Lahna Turner, widow of late comedian Ralphie May, joins Dr. Drew, Bob, and Shelly to discuss her upcoming special project. The documentary features never-before-seen clips of Ralphie's private life. The inspirational interview gives insight into the life of a man who loved making us laugh even as he battled daily with food and drug addiction. Help support this project at: indiegogo.com/projects/love-you-ralphie-standup-comedy-special#/ and find the link on drdrew.com. Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also see the podcast in live video form on youtube.com/drdrewtoday. Share this. Sponsored by Bergamet.com.