Doctors’ Exclusive: Tamera Mowry’s Big Health Announcement
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Exclusive: Tia & Tamera’s Tamera Mowry reveals her plan to have another baby. Follow her entire pregnancy journey — only on The Doctors! Plus, dangerous new beauty and fashion fads. And, alarming ways you could be opening the door to online predators!   


The Doctors Exclusive: Tamera Mowry-Housley
's Baby Announcement

Not long after sitcom and reality star Tamera Mowry-Housley and her husband had their first child about nine months ago, friends, relatives and fans started asking whether they planned to have a second baby. Now, the co-star of Tia and Tamera is ready to share some exciting news.

Molly Drug Dangers
Shelley Goldsmith, a 19-year-old University of Virginia student, died this summer after collapsing at a Washington, D.C., club. after alledgedly taking the synthetic drug, "Molly." Her parents, Rob and Dede Goldsmith join The Doctors to help raise awareness about the dangerous street drug.

Michelle's Orders: Drink Up!

First lady Michelle Obama, the honorary chair of Partnership for a Healthier America, shares a special message with The Doctors about the benefits of drinking water.

Join the first lady's campaign to encourage people to drink more water by uploading photos of yourself enjoying H2O on Instagram to #DrinkH20.

"We hope ... that people in that age group learn that this is not safe, that this is not a soft drug. There are real dangers to using this — people have died from it. Shelley died from it. Others have died from it," Shelley's father says.

Is Fashion Promoting Drug Abuse?
Would you allow your teenager to wear a T-shirt with a prescription drug name, such as Xanax or Vicodin, written across it?

Kitson, an L.A.-based clothing store popular among teenagers, has been criticized for making the often-abused drugs fashionable by selling such T-shirts.

Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears says every day 2,500 children abuse a prescription drug for the first time.  

"I work really hard to try to convince my kids and my patients that drugs are not cool," Dr. Sears says. "When I see stuff like this, it makes my job a lot harder."

Kitson’s Director of Operations Courtney Saavedra clarifies that Kitson is a retailer and did not design the T-shirts.

“Fashion is social commentary. We’re not glorifying prescription drug use, whatsoever," she says. "Those are alarming statistics … We’re simply presenting a mirror to what already exists in the culture.”

Kitson says it's donating the profits from the T-shirt sales and a matching contribution to an unnamed non-profit. Read statements from the T-shirt designer and the drug manufacturers.


E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork asks: Do T-shirts such as this make the use of prescription drugs fashionable?


Kitson’s director of operations questions why the company is being targeted.

The Doctors and USA Weekend

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Extreme Beauty Trends: The Thigh Gap
Many young women are obsessed with achieving a gap between their thighs, leading some to try extreme workout regimes and risk developing eating disorders.

Dr. Travis explains why some women to have a space between their thighs and others don't.

"Here’s the reality: It doesn’t have anything to do with your weight or how much fat you carry, as much as it has to do with your bone structure," he says.

Protect Yourself from Digital Stalkers
Parents across the country received a wake-up call after a Houston couple reported hearing a strange voice in their child’s bedroom and discovered the voice was coming from their baby monitor.

George Kurtz, tech and security expert from CrowdStrike, says you should be aware that digital hackers can stalk you and your family through cameras and other devices that are connected to the Internet through wireless networks. He offers tips for how to protect your family.

Scooter Safety

Actress Gwyneth Paltrow made headlines recently after she narrowly avoided a collision with a school bus, as she drove a Vespa with her young daughter on the back. The Doctors watch a video of the almost-accident and discuss how to be safe when driving a scooter.

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