Our United States of Addiction series continues, with The Doctors examining how one woman says she became addicted to pain pills, an alleged nationwide conspiracy, and charges that a drug manufacturer’s former executives reportedly schemed to push powerfu
Company is accused of pushing opioids on patients for profit; Eye whitener scars actress’ eyes! Kids put healthy foods to the test
The Doctors welcome holistic family practice physician Yoshi Rahm, who discusses treating patients with hydrogen peroxide, a treatment that is not FDA approved. Dr. Rahm and the Doctors discuss whether are these alternative treatments are helpful or may b
Are pain pills being prescribed even when they’re not necessary? Mackenzie and her husband James claim that she was prescribed an unnecessary highly addictive pain medication, SUBSYS®.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork weighs in on hydrogen peroxide being used intravenously as an alternative treatment for cancer and MS. Is this treatment helpful? Could it be harmful?
Actress Wendy Raquel Robinson was looking to make her eyes pop on camera and says that she used whitening drops, commonly called blue drops. After years of use, she says it had the opposite effect.
Matcha-infused products are gaining popularity, but does it have any health benefits?
Our panel of kid taste-testers sample Lisa Lillien’s chocolate chocolate donuts, squash-crust cheese pizza, and tater tot-cho recipes from her new book “Hungry Girl: Clean and Hungry Obsessed.” Will they pass with a yum?
The Doctors reveal Molly Sims alleged skincare secret that promotes elasticity and diminishes age spots.
Lisa Lillien, author of the cookbook, “Hungry Girl: Clean and Hungry Obsessed,” shares new recipes for comfort foods. Travis decides to put them to the test with our panel of kid taste-testers.