The Doctors discuss the growing trend of people skipping shoes altogether and going barefoot everywhere, including public places.
Chair Treats Incontinence; Barefoot in Public Trend; “Pimple” Turns Out To Be Cancer; Put It To The Test: Lozenge Stops Sugar Cravings; Vitamin B1=Tremor Cure; America’s Antibiotic Resistance Nightmare
The Doctors are joined by urogynecoloigist Dr. Red. Alinsod who uses a revolutionary procedure to treat a medical condition that effects millions of people, urinary incontinence.
Cailin thought she simply had a pimple, but it turned out to be skin cancer. After being left with a large hole in her nose, plastic surgeon Dr. Kian Karimi helped reconstruct the damage.
The Doctors are joined by 4 self-proclaimed sugar addicts after testing out a product that claims to help cut down on sugar cravings.
Kitty and Nancy, who suffer from urinary incontinence, share whether a chair which uses electromagnetic waves to stimulate the pelvic muscles, helped with their conditions.
Cailin joins The Doctors to share her story of how a pimple-like lesion on her nose turned out to be skin cancer.
According to the World Health Organization antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest current threats to global health
How Woman’s Nose Was Reconstructed after Skin Cancer
The Doctors discuss a new study which found promising results in the treatment of tremors with mega-doses of vitamin B1.
The Doctors welcome infectious disease researcher Dr. Ravina Kullar to discuss the dangers of “nightmare bacteria” and how the overuse of antibiotics may be causing antibiotic-resistant infections.