Last season, we met Clarence who spent several years in jail for a crime he did not commit. Following his exoneration, he developed PTSD and we sent him to see PTSD specialist Dr. Eugene Lipov.
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The Doctors were joined by exoneree Clarence last season that spent several years in jail for a crime he did not commit, and the show sent him to Dr. Eugene Lipov to treat his PTSD.
Sara and Paul are on a mission to save their daughter Marian, who was born with a rare storage disorder called Niemann-Pick type C (NPC). The disorder is sometimes called "Childhood Alzheimer's," because it can lead to a gradual neurological, cognitive, a
People in California consumed more than 180-million dollars’ worth of marijuana-infused food and drinks in 2016. The Doctors discuss some of the dangers of consuming these products.
Now that marijuana is legal in many states, both recreationally and medicinally, many people are experiencing the effects of ingesting too much via edibles.
Beyoncé and Hugh Jackman are reportedly fans of intermittent fasting. The Doctors discuss how this weight loss craze works and debate its pros and cons.
It’s estimated that 3 in 5 adults use their smartphones while crossing the street. The Doctors investigate what motivates people to partake in distracted walking.
If you accidentally ingested marijuana or simply had too much, The Doctors share some tips that might help relieve the symptoms.
The Doctors reveal a simple way to help your flu shot keep you healthy this season.
Some swear by eating breakfast every day, while reportedly stars like Beyonce and Hugh Jackman skip it altogether. So it is healthy or dangerous to not have the first meal of the day?