Shock and outrage as a group of students, as young as 6 years old, go on a field trip to a gun range
Elementary School Field Trip To Gun Range?; Paralyzed by Domestic Violence Attack; Roselyn Sanchez & Eric Winter Pregnancy Struggle
The Doctors reveal the findings of a new study that show spending money on the right things can make you feel happy.
Each year more than 2 million people in the U.S. are infected with an antibiotic-resistant bacterium. Gastroenterologist Dr. Partha Nandi and infectious disease expert Dr. Brad Spellberg join The Doctors to discuss the issue of antibiotics and superbugs.
Every minute nearly 20 people are physically abused by an intimate partner in the U.S. April’s life was changed forever after one tragic instant of domestic violence.
One family is claiming their 18-month old almost lost her toe after developing an infection while playing on the beach.
Roselyn Sanchez and Eric Winter join The Doctors to discuss their new bilingual children’s book “Sebi and the Land of Cha Cha Cha.”
Is walking barefoot on the beach something to be concerned about?
The Doctors discuss a school field trip that took first and second-graders to the gun range. Is it appropriate for a school to arrange this type of trip?
The Doctors discuss prescribing antibiotics. If you start to feel better, should you stop taking your antibiotics? If you take the full course are you putting yourself at risk of potentially getting an infection that’s resistant?
April lost the ability to walk and needs constant caregiving to get through her day, but she joins The Doctors to share her hopeful and inspiring outlook on life. April wants every woman to have a safety plan when leaving an abusive relationship.