How road rage incident lead to…poop! Man bitten by a dead rattlesnake fights for his life! Groundbreaking treatment for breast cancer! The risk of smoking to your child’s hearing! Toddler’s sneaky antics caught on nanny cam!
Road Rage Leads to Poop? Man Bitten by Dead Rattlesnake? Groundbreaking Cancer Treatment! Smoking Putting Your Child’s Hearing at Risk! #AskTheDoctors! Nanny Cam Footage Goes Viral!
DeJanay suffers from hyperpigmentation. She shares with The Doctors that she has dark marks all over her face and arms and she’s been struggling with them for almost ten years since she was 14 years old.
The Doctors are joined by cardiologist and RB spokesperson Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum to help explain the importance of Omega-3s.
The Doctors welcome Judy, whose life was saved after receiving a cutting-edge cancer treatment, and surgical oncologist Dr. Stephanie Goff to discuss Judy’s treatment.
The Doctors welcome DeJanay, who is dealing with the effects of hyperpigmentation on her face and arms. She is hoping to find a way to treat this skin condition.
The Doctors share how arranging your clothes in a vertical fashion in a drawer can help you save space, make garments more accessible, and also help you keep better track of clothing inventory.
The Doctors share a horrifying story of Milo, a man who killed a rattlesnake in his yard and then was bitten by the decapitated head when he went to dispose of it!
The Doctors discuss a question submitted on Facebook from a viewer who wants to get facial fillers but is also trying to get pregnant.
The Doctors discuss the case of a man reportedly defecating on another driver in the midst of a road rage incident. The man claims it was due to his irritable bowel syndrome, but find out what the panel thinks of this unfortunate alleged accident.
Surgical oncologist Dr. Stephanie Goff explains how harnessing the body’s own immune system and adoptive cell transfer, also known as ACT, can treat certain types of cancer.