See a cutting-edge procedure that gives a blind young man his vision back. Then, The Doctors investigate: How safe is your child’s sleeping environment? Plus, actress Tia Mowry gets answers about being a new mom.
Tia Mowry’s Motherhood Questions
Explaining Wolfram Syndrome
Austin, 22, suffers from Wolfram syndrome, a rare genetic disease that causes diabetes, deafness, renal problems and compromises eyesight. At the young age of 2, Austin was diagnosed with cataracts and his sight continued to deplete as he grew older — until now. Meet Austin and ophthalmologist Dr. Gregg Feinerman, who performed a groundbreaking surgery to bring Austin’s vision back.
Baby Product Recall
The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission is suing the manufacturer of a children’s infant recliner. The Doctors’ investigative reporter, Melanie Woodrow, uncovers why the government agency wants consumers to listen up.
The Doctors report on mysterious diagnoses and safety hazards you need to know about.
E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork and Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, chief medical officer of Pfizer, discuss solutions for managing migraines.
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