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Couple Defeats Diabetes with Bariatric Surgery
See how bariatric surgery helped a married couple lose a combined 285 pounds and live diabetes-free!
Advice for Childhood Vaccinations
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares important information about childhood vaccinations, featured in The Doctors' HealthSmart column in USA Weekend magazine.
Neuro-Stim Migraine Procedure
What if you could cure a splitting headache with a push of a button? A new procedure is offering hope to millions of migraine sufferers like 17-year-old Rachel, who says her head hurts 24 hours a day.
Hope or Hype: Self-CPR?
If you’re having a heart attack, can you administer “self-CPR” by coughing? ER physician Dr. Travis Stork weighs in.
Inside the Ferguson Riots
The fatal shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown by a police officer has triggered civil turmoil in Ferguson, Missouri. Ash-har Quraishi, a Chicago correspondent for Al Jazeera America, discusses his experience in Ferguson during the height of the chaos. Plus, The Doctors and retired LAPD Lieutenant Michael Moulin weigh in on the tactics being used by law enforcement to control the crowds.
The Death of Michael Brown
The fatal shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown by a police officer has triggered civil turmoil in Ferguson, Missouri. Benjamin Crump, the attorney representing the Brown family, shares details about what the family hopes to accomplish in the wake of their son’s tragic death.
Pete Frates' Fight against ALS
Pete Frates, a former Boston College baseball player living with ALS, helped launch the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in the hope of finding a cure for the deadly disease. ALS is a neurological disease that causes a progressive degeneration of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that are essential for initiating muscle movement. The Doctors shares a clip from A Life Story Foundation, documenting Frates' story.
Update on Pete Frates' Health
Pete Frates, a former Boston College baseball player living with ALS, helped launch the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in the hope of finding a cure for the deadly disease. ALS is a neurological disease that causes a progressive degeneration of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that are essential for initiating muscle movement. Since his diagnosis in March 2012, Pete has lost the abilities to walk, speak and swallow. Andrew Frates, Pete’s younger brother, shares further details on Pete’s current state of health.
The Doctors Take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
The Doctors take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge — a bold viral video campaign to help to find a cure for ALS, a debilitating and deadly neurological disease.
How ALS Affects the Body
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork explains amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a neurological disease that causes a progressive degeneration of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that are essential for initiating muscle movement.
Managing Bladder Leakage
Family medicine physician Dr. Rachael Ross offers three tips to help manage bladder leakage so it won't prevent you from participating in the activities you love.
A Heads-Up on Concussions
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares critical information on concussions featured in the The Doctors' HealthSmart column in USA Weekend magazine.
Web Ex.: Cameron Brooke Stanley on Robin Williams
In this web exclusive interview, cancer survivor Cameron Brooke Stanley and her father, Jeff, describe their time spent with late actor Robin Williams on the set of the film "Patch Adams." Hear how Williams gave Cameron the hope she needed to win her battle against cancer.
Put Sleepless Nights to Rest
Do you suffer from occasional sleeplessness? A lack of sleep can have adverse effects on your physical and mental well-being. An over-the-counter, non-habit-forming sleep aid may be an effective way to get your normal routine back on track. Consult your doctor for more information about treating sleep deprivation.
Dr. Phil on Suicide Contagion
Dr. Phil McGraw explains how media coverage of self-inflicted injuries can contribute to an increase in the number of struggling individuals who take their own lives.
Costar Opens up about Robin Williams’ Death
Former "Patch Adams" costar and cancer survivor Cameron Brooke Stanley describes her experience working with late actor Robin Williams. “He was great at making us forget we were sick,” she says.
Wayne Brady on the Stress of Celebrity
Actor Wayne Brady describes the pressure for comedians to be amusing and upbeat, even when they’re not performing, and how challenging that can be. On Robin Williams’ death he adds, “I was shocked, but then I wasn’t shocked.”
Robin Williams' Battle with Depression
On Monday, August 11, 2014, beloved actor, philanthropist and father of three Robin Williams took his own life after struggling for years with addiction, depression and the early stages of Parkinson’s disease. The Doctors are joined by addiction specialist Ken Seeley, who discusses the difficulty of battling a dual diagnosis of addiction and depression. "The important message I think [Williams] would want in his legacy is, 'Look for help.'"
Tips for Better Dental Health
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares important dental health tips featured in the The Doctors' HealthSmart column in USA Weekend magazine.
Keratoconus Procedure Explained
Rico, 24, underwent a cross-linking procedure and corneal transplant to treat keratoconus, a degenerative eye disease that causes the cornea to gradually deteriorate, resulting in severe vision loss. Ophthalmologist Dr. Ronald Gaster explains the warning signs of keratoconus and the procedures he performed to restore Rico’s sight.
Corneal Implant for Treating Keratoconus
Ophthalmologist Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler treats one man's keratoconus, a progressive eye disease, with a groundbreaking procedure called Intac placement.
Widow of Ebola Virus Victim Speaks Out
Decontee Sawyer joins The Doctors to remember the work of her husband, the first American citizen to die from Ebola. Patrick Sawyer was working in Liberia, where he likely contracted the virus from his sister.
Ebola Virus Outbreak
Dr. Brad Spellberg, an infectious disease specialist, discusses whether Americans are at risk from the Ebola virus and what would happen if a traveler brings the virus to the U.S.
Shoe Swaps for Painful Foot Conditions
Bulging bunions? Hardened heels? Cracked corns? Podiatrist Dr. Suzanne Levine, author of My Feet are Killing Me, reveals the best shoe swaps for painful foot conditions.
Tips to Burn More Calories in Less Time
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares workout secrets for burning double the amount of calories in less time.