The Doctors discuss the latest health headlines
Digital Dealers; Bullycide; Buzz or Bust: Charcoal Latte?
Lauren and Molly, creators of the Kind Campaign, join The Doctors to share about their non-profit school program that advocates against bullying. The problem is so prevalent almost every child is affected.
Parents Freddie and Charlene who lost a child to bullycide, and their lawyer Brian Claypool join The Doctors to share things parents can do to help protect their kids in and out of school.
Freddie and Charlene join The Doctors to share the story of their daughter Rosalie who was a victim of bullying and took her own life. Some are calling this bullycide.
Social media has become a marketing tool for drug dealers who target teens that are seeking drugs. Here are signs you need to look out for.
Brows like celebrity Cara Delevingne and Lily Collins continue to be on trend in 2018, but with a little cleaner look called the “brushed-up brow” trend. Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho shares her simple secret to get the feathered effect.
Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon shares the most sought-after celebrity nose in 2018
When a man in Anderson, California got lost on the way to a drug deal, he asked police officers for directions. The Doctors discuss how this lack in judgement could be a side effect of drug use.
The Doctors reveal the month partners are reportedly most likely to cheat.