Dr. Drew On Call

Driven by current events, "Dr. Drew" on HLN focuses on the human - and human behavior - at the center of the story.

When parents supply teens booze

Teens are celebrating everything from prom to graduation ... and those parties usually involve alcohol. Many parents allow their kids to drink by providing alcohol to teens at semi-adult supervised house parties. But is that really a good solution? Dr. Drew addresses the issue on an upcoming show.

In the meantime, what's your take? Answer our poll question below and comment on this topic.

Friday: Tornado-ravaged South, Royal wedding, Larry King

Seven states in the U.S. South were hit hard this week by twisters and violent storms. It is being called the worst U.S. natural catastrophe since Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The death toll has now climbed to 310. Dr. Drew will talk with families devastated by the deadly tornadoes, and will help viewers and those directly affected by the storms cope with this tragedy.

Plus, we know everyone is talking about the wedding of the century. Dr. Drew will talk about why we are so fascinated with the royal wedding. Is it an escape? Is their love real? Will it last in the spotlight?

TV legend Larry King talks Alzheimer’s epidemic

TV icon Larry King sat down with Dr. Drew on Friday's show to discuss his powerful documentary regarding the growing Alzheimer’s epidemic in America.

Drew also spoke to Larry about some hot button current issues, plus he takes calls and questions from viewers.

Why are girls beginning puberty at an earlier age?

Girls are going through puberty earlier and earlier, and while there are some theories and speculations, doctors aren't sure why it’s happening.

Dr. Drew talks through the different theories with mothers of young girls going through early puberty, finds if early puberty could be dangerous for your child, and what you can do if you start to see signs in your daughter.

Rock icon Nikki Sixx celebrating life

On Thursday, Dr. Drew talks to rock legend Nikki Sixx, now 20 years clean, a father, and a best-selling author.

Nikki’s wild days with the bad boys of Mötley Crüe included some notoriously wild times.

Tabatha Coffey talks staying true to self

Dr. Drew talked with reality TV star Tabatha Coffey on Wednesday night's show.

She's known for her strong arm tactics and saving salons on Bravo's "Tabatha's Salon Takeover."

Thursday: Nikki Sixx

Dr. Drew talks to Mötley Crüe founding member, mega rock star Nikki Sixx on Thursday's show. Drew will be discussing his new book and album called “This Is Gonna Hurt: Music, Photography And Life Through The Distorted Lens Of Nikki Sixx", which takes us on a journey of beauty and how we as a society view it. Also, Drew is going to get to the truth about how Nikki overcame his very serious addiction to heroin.

Then, Dr. Drew sits down with author and award winning journalist Tracy Ross who has written a new book, “The Source of All Things,” chronicling the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her stepfather, Donnie Lee. Tracy opens up about her painful childhood and how she had the courage, years later, to confront Donnie and have him admit to the abuse. Donnie joins the conversation to explain why he felt compelled to expose his dark past and how it is now helping him repair his relationship with his stepdaughter.

Victim faces her molester stepfather

Author and journalist Tracy Ross revealed in her book “The Source of All Things” that her stepfather molested her starting at age 8.

Amazingly, Ross recovered from the trauma after years of struggle. She even found it in her heart to forgive him.

Teacher-student relationship dangers

Joshua Ferrier, who had a sexual relationship with a teacher, wanted to kill himself after it was made public. The teacher pleaded no contest last month.

Hear Ferrier express his thoughts to Dr. Drew on the dangers of a teacher-student relationship.

Battling prescription drug abuse

The latest war on drugs isn’t being fought on dark street corners and in back alleys … millions of Americans are getting their fixes from neighborhood pharmacies, the medicine cabinet at home, and online.

Prescription drug abuse is so serious that President. Obama has just launched an initiative to fight it.

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