Looking to slow down the clock and feel younger? The answer might be that unread book sitting on your nightstand!
Why Some Women Find Sexist Men More Attractive? From Hungry to Hangry? Do Women Expect Bigger Ring If Man Is Unattractive? In-Flight Sexual Assaults on the Rise? Buzz or Bust? Pepto Bismol Facial? Stainless Steel Bar?
Is it possible to slow down the aging process by cracking open a book?
Why do some women find sexist men more attractive? From hungry to hangry? Do women expect a bigger ring if man is unattractive? In-flight sexual assaults on the rise? Buzz or bust? Pepto-Bismol facial? Stainless steel bar?
The Doctors meet Rana, who shares the scary situation she is facing. At only 23-year-olds, Rana was told she has third-degree heart block.
The Doctors discuss a study which claims that some women are more attracted to men who are well-meaning sexists. The panel delves into the study’s findings and unpacks the differences between well-meaning sexism and hostile sexism.
The Doctors are joined by parenting expert Dr. Deborah Gilboa who explains how allowing kids to spend time on their devices and tablets can actually lead to kids learning more about will power, perseverance, and possibly make them more globally connected.
The Doctors issue a warning about an increase of sexual assaults taking place on airplanes during flights. Find out how to possibly protect yourself from an assault and what to do if you are assaulted.
The Doctors discuss a study which found that daily reading keeps your brain active, which may slow down the body’s aging process and help to lower stress levels.
An estimated 180 million Americans take prescription medications at the cost of over 300 billion dollars each year! About 8% of adults don't get needed medication because they can't afford them.
The Doctors have discussed many of the damaging effects of too much screen time on children yet today they share positive research to show some good when it comes to kids and technology