Parents Beware!The “legal” high that could wind up in the hands of your child
Parents Beware: “Legal” High Sold Online?; Medical Tourism Leaves Man Blind; Patti LaBelle’s Health Scare; 11-Year-Old’s Tourette’s Battle
Grammy award winner Patti Labelle has sold more than 50 million albums. She is also an author, actress, and entrepreneur. But a health scare led her down another path as an advocate for healthier living.
Did you know the same gas your dentist uses for pain relief is readily available online? The Doctors discuss this “legal” high that could easily wind up in the hands of children.
The Doctors met Mark in season one, when he shared his experience traveling abroad to undergo cosmetic surgery to change his brown eyes to blue. Mark was unaware that this dangerous procedure could potentially leave him blind.
Danielle started noticing a change in her 7-year-old’s behavior, which eventually led to a Tourette diagnosis. Now at age 11, Bianca and her mom are learning what life with the syndrome is all about.
The Doctors discuss a DIY trick that claims to help you curl your hair in under five minutes, but does it really work?
The Doctors recommend a shot of health to help with the headache, nausea and dizziness that can come with a hangover.
Mark first appeared on The Doctors during Season 1, to share about his experience traveling abroad to change his eye color from brown to blue.
A woman’s monthly cycle can trigger mood swings, but some women experience something more like rage or extreme PMS. OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry weighs in on this phenomenon known as premenstrual dysphoric disorder.
Mark went to Panama to have an eye-color change procedure. Ten years later, he went blind in one eye.