Could inducing labor at 39 weeks be beneficial to mom and baby?! The Doctors weigh in; Woman reveals her biggest insecurity: her smile! Can her teeth be fixed? New food combinations that are either totally buzzworthy or a big bust!
Could Inducing Early Labor Benefit Mom and Baby? Ask the Doctors: Can These Teeth Be Fixed? Buzz or Bust: Broccoli Coffee and Mushroom Chocolate? Ask the Gyno! Can Napping Create False Memories? Do Men with Flashy Cars Make Poor Husband Material?
Genevive says her teeth, which have been an issue for most of her life, are holding her back in life and keeping her from smiling. She joins The Doctors and dentist Dr. Bill Dorfman in hopes of remaking her smile.
Marlena joins The Doctors and shares that following her hysterectomy she is experiencing usual new hair growth and vaginal dryness.
Does the car you drive affect how you are perceived as a possible spouse? The Doctors discuss a study which found that men who drive high-end cars are not seen as someone to settle down with.
The Doctors are joined by Dr. Charly Lockwood, who conducted a study which found that induced labor at 39 weeks – one week earlier than a traditional due date – may reduce complications and reduce the chance of death.
The Doctors taste two new foods – a latte infused with broccoli powder and chocolate with mushrooms – and decide if these unique items are worthy trying out or should be skipped.
Life coach Mike Bayer, author of “Best Self: Be You, Only Better,” joins The Doctors to discuss his book and the importance taking care of your health and how it can affect all areas of your life.
The Doctors share how keeping a condom in your wallet can dramatically affect its effectiveness and possibly lead to a pregnancy or a sexually transmitted disease.
The Doctors along with guest OB/GYNs Dr. Charles Lockwood and Dr. Russell Clayton debate whether or not women should be induced or allow nature to take its course.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry has the answers for two women experiencing not-so-great symptoms.