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Adam Ruins Everything Episode 26: Dr. Josh Sharfstein on the Dangers of Supplements and Why Health Regulation is Important

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Dr. Josh Sharfstein has been working for decades to keep Americans safe - he's the guy who took Four Loko off the market and ensured transparency at the FDA. He also appeared on Adam Ruins Shopping Malls and told us all about the shadiness of herbal supplements. Josh is the Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Previously, Josh served as the Secretary of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Principal Deputy Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, as Commissioner of Health for Baltimore City, and as health policy advisor for Congressman Henry A. Waxman.
 
On the TV show, Josh discussed how herbal supplements are completely unregulated by the FDA and can sometimes be dangerous! But because Josh is such a leading figure in the public health world, Adam dove into other topics with him - like his work to bring down drug prices in Louisiana and transform the hospital payment system in Maryland.
 
Adam is on Twitter @AdamConover and you can find past episodes and bonus content from the TruTV show at AdamRuinsEverything.com. Produced by Shara Morris for MaximumFun.org.
 

Ross and Carrie Become Limitless: Nootropics Edition

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Ross and Carrie try to enhance their brain power through nootropics, supplements that allegedly improve cognitive function. They down Neuro drinks, take Alpha Brain pills, and swallow L-Theanine, resulting in some very interesting findings. Will their IQs and working memories improve? Or will Ross just have a heart attack in the middle of the show? No one can say. (RIP, Ross.)

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Comedy: God's Pottery on Drugs & Alcohol on The Sound of Young America

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Bullseye
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God's Pottery

Duo God's Pottery offer some very, very serious advice on battling some common vices.

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