Dr. Drew Pinsky is usually the one treating, but a bout with prostate cancer thrust the TV doc into the role he’s usually playing opposite — patient. While Dr. Drew tends to work with addiction and recovery issues on his Celebrity Rehab, …
In the wake of Mindy McCready's suicide, critics of the reality television show Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew are questioning its intentions and efficacy in healing cast members. The 37-year-old country singer appeared in the third …
Giving recovering stars a break from showing their struggles with addiction on national TV, Dr. Drew Pinsky is taking the "celebrity" out of his VH1 reality show and is opting to work more with everyday people. Pinsky's new program is …
2016 has been a pretty eventful one for a lot of people, and Dr. Drew Pinsky certainly knows something about that. His longtime radio show Loveline came to a close earlier this year, and now TV viewers will also be getting a lot less of him, …
It’s not quite having sympathy for the devil, but it may be close. Celebrity physician “Dr. Drew” did say he “felt awful” for the victim when he watched the infamous Facebook Live video last week that showed four African Americans tying up …
Prince’s cause of death still remains a mystery, but Dr. Drew Pinsky believes the singer may have died from an …
Two months after news broke that Nancy Grace would not renew her contract after 12 years with HLN, the network announced Thursday it will not move forward with production on another show hosted by one of its long-time on-air …
Dr. Drew joins the NBC4 News at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, September 12, 2017 to talk about a new report on heroin use in the U.S. While the writers of the report did "a wonderful job," Dr. Drew says, the conversation needs to shift to how heroin …
host of the nightly show Dr. Drew On Call on cable television network HLN, will deliver a talk, “When Painkillers Become Dangerous,” Thursday, March 20, at 7:30 p.m. at Vanderbilt University in the Student Life Center’s ballroom. The …
(NEWS 8) - Prostate Cancer takes a life in the United States every 20 minutes. The disease threatens 1 in 8 men, African American men are 1.6 times more likely to develop it and are twice as likely to die from it. Celebrity doctor Dr. Drew