The Doctors welcome body language expert Blanca Cobb to discuss how a couple’s body language can possibly be an indicator of the state of their relationship. Plus, the panel examines the body language of some of your favorite celebrities.
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The Doctors welcomes urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz to discuss cases of patients placing objects in places where they don’t belong -- including a chopstick in a sensitive area!
The Doctors separate the real risks from the fake news when it comes to cancer risks, including if stress, cell phones and alcohol can increase your risks of the disease.
Celebrity fitness trainer Lacey Stone shows OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry her new virtual fitness program that anyone can do from anywhere without even going to the gym.
Body language expert Blanca Cobb shares mistakes you may be making in romantic and personal relationships and how you can easily correct them.
The Doctors welcome Carol, who nearly died from sepsis during her pregnancy. Following a severe bacterial infection and a case of strep pneumonia, Carol underwent multiple limb amputations and came close to death.
The Doctors answer a viewer question about whether peppermint toothpaste can help with hair growth. Is this a viable DIY health hack or just a minty wack?
The Doctors are joined by urologist expert Dr. Aaron Spitz to discuss the case of a man who suffered from constant and uncontrollable orgasms.
The Doctors welcome Scott Valdez, the creator of a virtual dating assistance service, to discuss if outsourcing your online dating interactions to a ghostwriter can help you successfully find love.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra weighs in on the viral skin care technique “skin gritting” and discusses if she thinks is safe or effective. Plus, find out if you can become addicted to skin creams.