Doctors’ senior investigative producer Leslie Marcus dives deep into the world of non-prescription contact lenses with the help of ophthalmology specialist Brian Boxer Wachler and ABC Laboratories to find out if some lenses can pose a danger to your eyes.
Drs. Investigate: Dangerous Contact Lenses? Breakthrough Bunion Surgery! Post Brokenness Stress Disorder? DNA Diet Debate! Weight Lifting Fights Depression? Reduce Cancer and Heart Disease Risk with Secret Food!
Could one possible solution for depression be at the gym?
Could your blues be helped with some time in the gym?
The Doctors share a new study in the Journal of Nutrition that found eating Bing sweet cherries could help prevent or reduce the severity of serious inflammatory diseases including heart disease, diabetes and even potentially arthritis.
Can DNA be used to find the perfect diet for you? That is what is being debated by The Doctors’ guests, the chief clinical officer of Vitagene, Dr. Julie Chen, and professor of pediatrics at Indiana University of Medicine, Dr. Aaron Carroll.
“The Budgetnista,” Tiffany Aliche joins The Doctors to discuss a condition she calls post-brokeness stress disorder (PBSD).
Color contacts may seem like a fun and fashionable trend but there are dangers behind getting on board. The Doctors senior investigative reporter, Leslie Marcus, investigates the illegal contact lenses market.
The Doctors share that eating Bing sweet cherries can help to reduce inflammatory markers in the body, which can be linked to heart disease.
The Doctors discuss the financial costs of a diet based on your DNA, which often includes the suggestion of purchasing supplements, with Vitagene chief clinician officer Dr. Julie Chen and Indiana University professor of pediatrics Dr. Aaron Carroll.
The Doctors continue their discussion with Vitagene chief clinician officer Dr. Julie Chen and Indiana University professor of pediatrics Dr. Aaron Carroll about whether diets based on someone’s DNA are effective.