The Doctors discuss how women who have debilitating PMS could actually be suffering from premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD).
Is “Man Flu” Real? 7-Year-Old’s Sleep Crisis; Ask the Gyno; Intervention Star’s Fight to Stay Sober
Interventionist Ken Seeley, who is a frequent guest on The Doctors, says he was not comfortable in his own skin and underwent a total body makeover from plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon. Ken joins the show to discuss his transformation.
The Doctors discuss the scary statistic that one child dies each month from a window blind injury. They share important information on to protect your kids from this preventable accident.
The Doctors meet 7-year-old Madison whose sleep apnea, asthma and narcolepsy are being helped by her service dog Hershey.
The Doctors discuss how your kitchen sponge most likely has more bacteria on it than your toilet seat!
Does the flu really hit men harder than women? The Doctors set the record straight! And a recent study found window blind injuries and even deaths! How to protect your family. Mom’s scary wakeup call with daughter’s sleep crisis!
One child will die this month from a window blind injury. Here’s what you need to know to protect your kids.
If you are experiencing debilitating PMS you may actually have PPMD. OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry explains the difference and what symptoms you need to be aware of.
An estimated 285 million people worldwide are visually impaired – but 80% of all visual impairment can be prevented. Ophthalmologist Dr. Rudy Wagner joins The Doctors to share about his amazing work with Orbis and the Flying Eye Hospital.
The Doctors share a recipe that is full of soluble fiber, which helps lower cholesterol.