The Doctors welcome co-founder of Restart Life Dr. Hilarie Cash and psychologist Dr. Anthony Bean to weigh in on whether someone can develop and addiction to playing video games.
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The Doctors meet Holly and Jeffrey, parents who discovered their 3-year-old son McLean had a brain tumor after a childhood accident. The parents share an update on their son’s recovery following surgery to remove the tumor.
Does the sex drive of a country lead to more Nobel Prizes? The Doctors discuss a new study which suggests sex and intellectual accomplishments are connected.
Compression clothing might be an everyday staple for some, but are there any health concerns about wearing bike shorts and shapewear?
The Doctors share a simple way that you can rid your clothes of static cling with the help of a safety pin.
The Doctors meet parents Holly and Jeffrey who share the story of their 3-year-old son McLean’s brain tumor scare.
Dr. Hilarie Cash, co-founder or Restart Life, shares the methods and approaches she uses to help people who are addicted to playing video games.
Neurosurgeon Dr. Anthony Kim helps parents Holly and Jeffrey – whose son McLean survived a brain tumor – better understand how tumors develop and what to expect as their son heals. Plus, see the amazing surprises The Doctors have in store for the family.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra shares if bike shorts are a buzz or a bust as well as a thigh band to prevent chaffing.
The Doctors weigh in on thigh bands, which can help with chaffing and rubbing in the inner thigh area. Is this item a clothing buzz or a bust?