Are criminals walking free due to backlogged untested rape kits
Dangerous Drug Store Sleep Products; Separated Conjoined Twin's Health Crisis; Criminals Free Due to Backlogged Rape Kits
80 percent of adults use over-the-counter medicines as a first response to minor ailments. But could these sleep pills do more harm than good? Sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta weighs in on over-the-counter sleep apnea pills.
Conjoined twins Gabrielle and her sister survived separation surgery at 8 months old. At 13, both girls got sick and Gabrielle lost her twin. The Doctors meet Gabrielle and hear about her journey with severe health issues.
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The Doctors are joined by Amanda Nguyen, CEO and founder of Rise, who is working to enact laws to help victims of rape.
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With DNA testing, rape crimes should be getting easier to solve. The Doctors discuss the reality of rape kits that have not been tested because of a backlog, and worse, many are thrown away.
Sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta shares about a patient who was taking an over-the-counter pill that promised to help you wake up in the morning. But are they safe?
After being separated from her conjoined twin, Gabrielle was left with one leg, one kidney, no bladder, kidney stones and frequent infections. Hear about what her daily life is like.
The Doctors discuss one funny dad’s Instagram account called “Got Toddlered” that shares before and after pics of what people looked like pre and post kids.