A "very special episode" of Weird Medicine with Diana Orbani's son, Peter, discussing her current and future condition.
Dr Steve and crew get Chip-rolled. REM sleep and hypnotics. Statin drugs and muscle pain. Hyperhidrosis of the feet. Other stuff.
Dr Steve and crew take a holiday break to discuss the energy drink business with HyperFizzics creators Richard Davis (RSD3) and his wife/partner Shethy. Oh, and beer cocktails with Ken Monyak from Bristol Brewing.
Happy Thanksgiving, it's time to discuss everything you THOUGHT you knew about testosterone with everyone's favorite iconoclast, Dr Barry Gordon, author of "The Hidden Disease."
Dr Steve channels Jim Norton for 5 seconds. The cure for post coital penile pain. Why doctors are perennially late. Glucosamine. How does cancer kill?
Dr Steve breaks down the statistics behind the processed meat announcement. A guy with smelly junk. What more could you ask for? How about Dr Steve's "Uncle Paul" impression?
Stephanie Berman, creator of "The Semenette" discusses her ejaculating sex toy that has resulted in the birth of at least one child. Coincidentally, someone calls in about premature ejaculation, too.
Dr Steve and crew discuss penile injections for erectile dysfunction. After that, it's hard to concentrate on anything else.
Intern Jesse is obsessed with Big Jo so he made this vacation retrospective of some of her best appearances and some other crap. Enjoy!
Too much music talk, sorry (Iisten to the very end for a treat, though). Fatty Liver, why adolescents act like lunatics, a nasty leg lesion, and an interesting treatment for a common problem.
Dr Steve, Danny from Canada, and SonOfFritz collaborate on a new novelty item. A guy likes a girl with herpes. Kyphosis be wack. Fish oil scare. Manpon advice.
Debriefing the Florentine event. Pumpkin latte dog farts. "Welcome to New Orleans" with BJ Schneider. Cheilitis. Vaping/ecigs. A bad one night stand.
Intern Jesse competes his first major project by constructing a "Best of" episode from scratch. I haven't checked it, or done anything to it, so let's see how he does. There should be crack waxing audio in here somewhere.
Dr Steve introduces a great party trick. A guy with karatosis piliaris wants a tattoo. Bad circumcisions. Taint injury from bike marathons and how to treat asthma in the zombie apocalypse.
Have you ever wondered why you can't keep your underwear clean, no matter how many times you wipe? Imagine trying to clean petroleum jelly off a bear rug with newspaper and you'll get the picture.
A hockey player with stage fright. Ralph Sutton discusses Motorheadcruise.com and low testosterone. Chromium and diabetes. Pituitary tumors.
Dr Steve and crew are interviewed by Brian from RadioFreaks.TV. Hilarity ensues.
Dr Steve and crew actually take a ton of phone calls and answer real medical questions for once. Lymphedema vs venous stasis, robot assisted surgery, stasis dermatitis, lipomas, and more!
The difference between flaccid and erect male member length is discussed. Also Robert Kelly calls in. We discuss measuring circumference for some reason (oh, yes, it's penile circumference). Other stuff.
We discuss Gvac's crisis of conscience regarding the consumption of meat. A guy with neurologic damage wonders what medications might help. Fred from Brooklyn busts Gvac's ballz.
A guy comes back from a trip with a real problem. Also, what's up with good cholesterol? Dr Steve has a hernia and who cares, really?
Dr Steve and crew discuss candida vaginitis, the circumcision debate, human mutants, saving a guy's eyesight, and home treatment for positional vertigo.
Our Independence Day holiday wraps up with a prostate infection and a prostate biopsy. What more could you ask for?
Dr Steve and Dr Scott discuss the proper way to remove male genitalia ... in the REMOTE PAST. Do not try this at home, this is for cringe-inducing horror at our ancestors' strange behaviors only. Also herpes risk.
My high school roommate talks to me for the first time in 40 years, and he's in EBOLA QUARANTINE after his work in Sierra Leone. Also discussed: foot herpes and weight loss.