The Doctors discuss a disturbing video of a man allegedly spiking a woman’s drink while at a concert and share the scary statistics of people getting drugged by strangers.
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OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry answers a viewer question about whether there is a connection between painful sex and ovarian cysts.
The Doctors share a simple test on how to figure out if you are truly hungry or simply bored. Use this simple test to cut down unnecessary calories.
The Doctors share a horrifying video of a woman filming herself at a concert, and from behind, a man drops what appears to be a pill into the drink in her hand.
A viewer tweets The Doctors that he or she doesn’t have low blood pressure, but often after long periods of sitting gets dizzy upon standing.
While discussing a video of a man allegedly spiking a woman’s drink, The Doctors share important information about what to do if you are sexually assaulted.
The Doctors discuss how America’s opioid epidemic has created a market for synthetic urine that is available for purchase online, which some are using to pass drug tests.
The Doctors explain why some people become dizzy when standing and discuss if you should be concerned about this issue.
Alicia comes to The Doctors asking if they have any advice on how to get her son stop wanting to be breastfed.