Nick Carter’s Battle with Addiction; Farrah Abraham; Skin Care for Fall

Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter opens up about his battle with substance abuse. Learn how an alarming medical diagnosis helped turn his life around. Then, hear former Teen Mom Farrah Abraham discuss her controversial lifestyle and its impact on her daughter. Plus, fall is officially here — is your skin prepared?

Teen Mom
Farrah Abraham, former star of MTV’s reality show Teen Mom, joins The Doctors to talk about juggling fame, her business deals and parenting her 4-year-old daughter.

Farrah's latest business venture.

Facing the Music
and Living to Talk About It

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Facing the Music is published by Bird Street Books, which is owned by The Doctors' executive producer.

Nick Carter Faces the Music
Nick Carter joined the Backstreet Boys when he was 12, and early fame and life on the road led to him abusing drugs and alcohol. He says he drank heavily while on the "Unbreakable" tour in 2008 and started to feel tightness and pain in his chest. Doctors told him he had the early signs of drug-and-alcohol induced cardiomyopathy, which is a disease of the heart muscle that can lead to heart failure.

Nick decided he needed to make some changes. He quit abusing drugs and alcohol, started to eat healthier and began to exercise.

Nick is currently on a 20th anniversary tour with the Backstreet Boys. He recently released a new book, Facing the Music and Living to Talk about It, where he opens up about how he overcame drug and alcohol abuse. 

He joins The Doctors to talk about his journey.

Fall Skincare
Dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee says fall weather means not only switching out the clothes in your closet, but also changing your beauty regime.

"As the climates get cooler, we turn the heaters on in our house. It dries up our skin," she says. "We need more moisture."

Soothe dry hands and eczema with a recipe for an at-home, anti-itch treatment.

Protect your skin during the fall with a lighter, tinted sunscreen.

Which is Worse?

Best Time for Protein
It's recommended that you get 10 to 35 percent of your daily calories from protein. The Doctors show you easy ways to increase the protein in your morning meal.