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!
The Doctors welcome orthopedic surgeon Dr. Johnathan Kaplan and his patient Alyssa, who underwent a keyhole bunion surgery, which Dr. Kaplan says is less invasive and has a quicker recovery time.
The Doctors welcome Vitagene chief clinician officer Dr. Julie Chen and Indiana University professor of pediatrics Dr. Aaron Carroll to discuss whether DNA testing can help lead someone to right diet for weight loss.
The Doctors discuss a study which found weightlifting and resistance training helped people dealing with depression. The panel weighs in on the possible connection between your mental and physical health.
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jonathan Kaplan and his patient, Alyssa, join The Doctors to talk about the bunion procedure Alyssa recently underwent.
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.
The Doctors and senior investigative producer Leslie Marcus welcome the past president of the American Optometric Association Dr. David Cockrell to discuss the possible dangers that ill-fitting and counterfeit contact lenses can pose to your eyes.
The Doctors speak with financial educator Tiffany "The Budgetnista" Aliche to discuss how some people who have lived through financial hardships continue to make poor financial choices after getting back on their feet.
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.
The Doctors share that eating Bing sweet cherries can help to reduce inflammatory markers in the body, which can be linked to heart disease.