"Extra's" Jerry Penacoli made a 6,000-mile journey from his sick bed while fighting cancer in 2010 to see a simple farmer in Brazil -- a healer named John of God. Jerry's quest to find a cure didn't stop, even after his cancer went into remission.
Here is part one.
Addiction expert and "Lifechangers" host Dr. Drew Pinsky sat down with "Extra" to address the latest celebrity headlines, starting with Gerard Butler, who attended the Oscars on Sunday after finishing treatment in rehab for prescription pills.
Dr. Drew said, "It's a bad idea for Gerard Butler to be socializing just weeks after coming out of treatment for addiction. Usually, they should lay low for six weeks to twelve months."
"Extra's" Renee Bargh met with "Lifechangers" host Dr. Drew, who shared his latest effort to boost America -- by helping his studio audience get jobs!
Dr. Drew and his TV team started the "Putting America Back to Work," program, in which they matched people seeking jobs with employers.
In a mission launched by "Extra" to find answers from the world's leading experts, Dr. Drew Pinsky is now taking his show, "Dr. Drew's Lifechangers," to a new level this fall on The CW!
"It's about me interacting with people in such ways that change their lives," Dr. Drew explained to "Extra" host Mario Lopez.
Walgreens pharmacist Shereif Sorial gave tips on how to reorganize your medicine cabinet, starting with expired medication.
"Expiration dates are for real. Once dates are reached, products become less effective," Sorial explained.
As for four must-haves medicines you should always have handy, Sorial said, "Walgreens-brand Tylenol; two kinds of anti-allergy medication, one long-acting and one short; Benadryl, liquid form; and antacid tablets."
"Extra" Lifechanger Jeanette Jenkins is the Hollywood trainer, turning America on to exercise by turning back the clock!
"Think back to when you were a child and would just run outside and play," said Jenkins. "Everything from tennis, to ping-pong to basketball to dancing, hula-hooping. All these things burn calories and get you moving!"
Just ask singer/dancer Kelly Rowland, who gets into shape with Jenkins by jumping rope. Rowland said, "She brings the fun and the energy back into the workout."
Watch all the fun after the jump!