The Doctors welcome chiropractor Dr. Fabrizio Mancini to help decide if products which claim to help treat your back pain are worth your money or if they are products to avoid.
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The Doctors discuss how labeling yourself with a medical issue like insomnia may actually contribute to sleep issues.
The Doctors watch a video from a viewer, Christine, about spots she has all over her legs and the back of her arms.
Retiring at the age of 65 is a thing of the past for many. The Doctors discuss how the in the last 2 years the age at which most people retire is now 70 years old, the highest it has ever been.
The Doctors discuss the findings from the Bureau of Labor Statistics which reported that U.S. seniors are working at their highest rates in 55 years.
Jackie writes to The Doctors on Facebook asking if her chronic urinary infections could be a result of lactose intolerance.
The Doctors share how massaging your perineum – the area located just below the genitals – can help with constipation and may help you have a better bowel movement.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra discusses the skin condition seborrheic keratosis and shares whether is it concerning and how it can be treated.
Chiropractor Dr. Fabrizio Mancini shares his thoughts on memory foam mattresses and tells us if they can help people with back pain. Plus, find out what he thinks about wearable tech devices that help people with their posture.
Your movie snack just might help you in the restroom! The Doctors discuss how air-popped popcorn is loaded with fiber and can help you have better bowel movements.