The Doctors continue the naturopathic debate with Dr. Steve Novella who runs the “Science-Based Medicine” website and California certified naturopath Peggy Branson. They share tips of what you should be aware of before undergoing any treatments.
Naturopathy: Real Medicine or Sham Science? Relationship Detox? Lunch Break Double Chin Fix! Fake Fiber in your Food? 8 Minutes to Burn Belly Fat! Smartphone app helps dementia patients? Get cheesier eggs without the calories!
Alana and Chris join The Doctors to undergo a treatment together to rid themselves of their double chins. Does it work?
14-year-old Emma Young developed an app called “Timeless” to help her grandmother who has Alzheimer’s. How does it work?
Fluffy Eggs with Cottage Cheese
The Doctors answer a viewer question from a woman who asks why she gets attached so easily during a "friends with benefits" situation and she wants to know why it seems men are able to "check out" so easily.
Meet Jodi who shares her story of what she says was a naturopathic nightmare. The Doctors examine if naturopathy is real medicine or sham science.
Why do women get attached when men can “check out”? Psychiatrist Dr. Ish Major weighs in on this disparity.
The Doctors take a closer look at added fiber in packaged foods. Does it make for healthier eating?
The Doctors share a food swap that is a secret to the fluffiest and cheesiest eggs without the extra calories.
There are many packed foods with added fiber, but does this make for healthy eating? The Doctors weigh in!