The Doctors invite breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk to discuss this ground-breaking study that will now allow 70,000 women per year to avoid chemo.
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Your next haircare hack just might be in your kitchen cupboard! The Doctors share how grape seed oil can help treat your split ends and also hydrate your hair and a scalp.
The Doctors discuss the case of a patient who developed xanthoma, a skin issue that results from extremely high cholesterol. Find out if this condition can happen to you and how it can be treated.
The Doctors weigh in on lollipops that claim to help curb your appetite with an active ingredient derived from saffron extract. Does the panel think a piece of candy can help you skip other poor food choices?
The Doctors welcome plastic surgeon Dr. Rady Rahban to discuss the various procedures he performed on Daisy to dramatically change the appearance of her face.
After years of getting bullied for her appearance, Daisy undergoes multiple cosmetic surgery procedures to transform her appearance and she debuts her new look on our stage.
If you have bad sex at the beginning of a relationship does it mean your relationship is bound to fail? We welcome psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow to help answer this relationship conundrum.
The Doctors answer a viewer question who says that when she drinks alcohol or eats spicy food she breaks out in a red rash that can last for up to 24 hours. Find out what the panel thinks might be causing this skin irritation.
Breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk joins The Doctors to discuss a new breast cancer treatment breakthrough that could eliminate the need for chemotherapy for many patients. Find out more about this new approach to treating this type of cancer.
Legal analyst Sara Azari joins The Doctors to help understand the possible legal ramifications of the case of a pharmacy allegedly revealing a man’s prescription for the “little blue pill” to his wife.