Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Dr. Robert Winters- Infectious Disease Specialist

#DrRobertWinters discusses with us the very serious threat of the coronavirus, giving us an update as to where we’re currently at in preparedness, what the situation with hospitals and emergency response will likely look like in the near future, and how we can protect ourselves.

Dr. Winters is an infectious disease specialist in Santa Monica, California and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Providence St. John’s Health Center and UCLA Medical Center-Santa Monica. He received his medical degree from Tel Aviv University Sackler and has been in practice for more than 20 years.

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Dr. Sherry Ross- Author of “She-ology, the She-quel, Let’s Continue the Conversation”

Dr. #SherryRoss stops by the studio for a candid discussion on sex, women’s health, the many uses of coconut oil, and her new book “She-ology, The She-quel: Let’s Continue the Conversation.” She gets graphic with Deborah Zara Kobylt on all issues related to women’s private parts including how to care for them and how to make us feel amazing. Tune into here and Youtube, iHeartRadio and everywhere you get your podcasts.

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Gigi Levangie- Author of “Been There, Married That”

Screenwriter and novelist #GigiLevangie stops by to talk about her new book, “Been There, Married That,” her stellar screenwriting career, the #metoo movement, and the married-in-Hollywood lifestyle. Gigi was married to Hollywood mogul Brian Grazer, and her book is loosely based on their lives and the many Hollywood types living in 20,000 square foot homes, living lives very few get to experience.

In addition, Levangie wrote the screenplay for the movie Stepmom, starring Julia Roberts and Susan Sarandon. Her novel “The Starter Wife” was adapted for an Emma award-winning miniseries starring Debra Messing, and her novel “Maneater” was adapted for a Lifetime miniseries starring Sarah Chalke.

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Jennifer Greenhut

Jennifer Greenhut has accomplished a lot in her life, from making it to the US National Gymnastics team, having a career as a working film actress, and finding her way to a singing/songwriting career and yoga teacher. But her biggest accomplishment was in 2017 when she was diagnosed with stage 4 triple negative breast cancer. Going from stage 4 to cancer free in 4 months, Jennifer decided to start a company called Zero Negative to promote Love and Positivity through fashion and accessories, while giving back to cancer research at UCLA’s Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation.

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Erin Khar

Erin Khar is the author of STRUNG OUT: One Last Hit and Other Lies that Nearly Killed Me, a memoir about her fifteen-year battle with opiate addiction that explores the very nature of why people do drugs, casting light on the larger opiate crisis, written with the intention to destigmatize the topic of drug addiction.