Drew Pinsky

The medical doctor and media personality didn't seem to realize that vaccinations have been required for international travel for decades.
Are Dr. Drew's "concerns" about Hillary's health politically motivated?
Unknown to many Americans, Hillary Clinton has shown courage in overcoming the challenge of recurrent blood clots. Her story reminds us of the health threat that excess blood clotting poses.
Thursday's Fox Business News Republican presidential debate in Charleston will likely overshadow Sunday's Democratic debate in that same city.
See the full HuffPost Live conversation with Dr. Drew here. As an internist, Dr. Drew said it is "overwhelmingly obvious
When a viewer asked Dr. Drew to weigh in on the idea that marijuana can cure cancer, he said that simplified way of thinking
In the following interview Dr. Drew Pinsky talks about why he decided to be part of Divorce Corp, why he believes people should still get married despite the divorce rate in America, how he would change the family court system so that it's fair, and his best advice for you.
Pinsky, who is now 55, initially went to the doctor for a check-up in 2011. There, he took a prostate specific antigen (PSA
"The only thing going on in an active addict's brain is, 'I've got to use.' And as a non-addict, I have to get re-directed on that all the time."
One of my goals in choosing to participate in mass media is to help viewers and listeners wade through the nonsense that