The Doctors confronts a “Love and Hip Hop Star” about her troubled past and damaged relationship with her mother
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Acrylic and gel manicures could cost you around $1,500 a year. Does this at-home product save time and money? The Doctors put it to the test!
Tommie Lee of VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop” fame has come to The Doctors with hopes of fixing her strained relationship with her mother. Life strategist Gary Coxe sits down with Tommie to work on this goal.
Life strategist Gary Coxe goes through an exercise with Tommie and her mother in an attempt to let the past be in the past so they can move forward together.
Is there a new item to eliminate from your diet? One doctor claims certain foods, usually considered healthy, may lead to diseases.
You've probably heard the saying, "You are what you eat," and plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon explains that our bodies are functioning off the nutrients we give it from the food choices we make.
Move over gluten. There’s a new diet craze that claims certain foods we consider “healthy” might actually cause disease. The Doctors are joined by Dr. Steven Lundry author of “The Plant Paradox” and Cardiologist Dr. Joel Kahn to discuss.
Tommie Lee’s mom Samantha sits down with life strategist Gary Coxe to try and heal some old wounds. Samantha would like to feel respected by Tommie to help her move forward. Is that something Tommie can do?