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.

Tonight: Are doctors responsible when patients overdose?

A California physician has been charged with murder in the overdose deaths of three of her patients. Is she to blame? Did "Dr. Feelgood" overprescribe Xanax and other medications? Dr. Drew and his guests debate the professional, moral, and legal considerations in the doctor-patient relationship.

Plus, parents who say they gave their three-year-old son pot to save his life!

Doctor: Le Roy teens have PANDAS-like illness

On Monday night, New Jersey neurologist Dr. Rosario Trifiletti updated HLN’s Dr. Drew on the Pediatric Autoimmune Illness Associated with Streptococci (PANDAS) testing he has been doing on teen girls in Le Roy, N.Y. who have been affected by Tourette-like outbursts.

“We have some early results on some of the children,” Trifiletti said. “We’ve gotten the results, so far, [for] 6 of the 9 children back. I can tell you that they are testing positive – each one is testing for either Streptococcus or Mycoplasma, which are known triggers of the PANDAS syndrome.”

Bob Bowcock's open letter to Le Roy Superintendent Kim Cox

Tonight: Explosive, tragic end to missing woman story. Why?

Tonight, we are broadcasting from New York City.

The man who was a suspect in the disappearance of his wife turned on the gas in his home-ignited it-and blew up the house, himself and the couple's two children. The tragedy comes just days after he was denied custody of the kids and ordered to undergo a psycho-sexual examination. Dr. Drew and his guests ask 'why,' and examine the note he left his attorney.

EXCLUSIVE: Doctor reveals findings in Le Roy 'Medical Mystery'

We've just received big breaking news about the people in Le Roy, NY affected by tics and twitches.

A doctor who has tested the girls says early results for six out of nine teens show something in common. He’s informing the families of what he’s learned right now. It’s not conversion disorder or the environment. So what is it?

NY Dept. of Health releases Le Roy report

Medical Mystery breaking news: The New York Department of Health just issued a report. It says that their investigation did not find infectious or environmental causes for these illnesses.

Plus, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says they will remove barrels from near a 1970 train derailment spill site.

Tonight: Is your town toxic? Contamination controversy grows in NY. Plus, Jessica Alba!

Parents in upstate New York are not buying what doctors are telling them about the cause of tics and twitches in a cluster of Le Roy residents. Some are convinced that toxic chemicals are to blame. Who's right? Who's wrong? Dr. Drew and his guests separate fact from fiction. Learn how you can find out about what's in your area's water and air!

And we'll discuss the Planned Parenthood funding controversy. Is there a clash between politics and private health matters?

Medical mystery: Is gas being extracted by fracking?

The call for answers grows louder in Upstate New York. Why is a cluster of people in the town of Le Roy suffering from twitches and tics.

A new question is being raised: Is gas being extracted using a technique called fracking?

Le Roy families describe Medical Mystery anguish

The call for answers grows louder in Upstate New York. Why is a cluster of people in the village of Le Roy suffering from uncontrollable tics and verbal outbursts?

Lana Clark`s daughter Lauren is a sophomore at Le Roy Junior/Senior High School. She is one of the 16 known students at the school suffering from the “medical mystery.”

Le Roy superintendent releases bold statement; Brockovich associate strikes back

The superintendent of the Le Roy Central School District released a “letter to the community” Tuesday that left Erin Brockovich associate and environmental investigator Bob Bowcock with a strong response of his own.

A portion of Cox’s statement reads: