Should school nurse administer medicinal marijuana? Nurses debate. Could pain patches be deadly? The doctors give must-know information for parents. A Los Angeles couple helps homeless children celebrate their special day!
School Nurses Debate Medicinal Marijuana! Pain Patch Risks! Couple Helps Homeless Children! The Drs. Court! Buzz or Bust? Does It Matter If Your Doc Has Body Art?
Mary and Ari were a couple looking to give back after suffering two miscarriages. They found that through their charity, Worthy of Love, which throws massive rooftop birthday parties for homeless children on Los Angele's skid row.
The Doctors welcome Hannah and her son Quintin, who suffers from epilepsy. Hannah worked for Quintin’s Amendment to be signed into law in Colorado, which allows her son’s school nurse to give him cannabis oil (which does not contain THC).
The Doctors discuss the tragic case of the baby who died after coming into contact with a Fentanyl transdermal patch. The Doctors delve into the possible dangers that pain patches pose for babies and young kids.
The Doctors weigh in on the case of an inmate from Indiana who claims he was denied cancer treatment and reportedly says he was initially only given Ibuprofen for his kidney cancer.
The Doctors discuss whether a patient’s perception of a doctor or medical professional is affected by tattoos and body piercings.
The Doctors discuss "Quintin's Amendment" which would allow school nurses to administer medicinal marijuana to students who need it.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra determines if using micellar water for eye makeup remover and wearing shoes with a bit of room to prevent blisters are a buzz or a bust.
The Doctors welcome RN Patti Rojec the President of the Colorado Association of School Nurses and RN Heather Manus the Founding Member of the Cannabis Nurses Network to discuss how Quintin’s Amendment.
The Doctors welcome Mary Davis and Ari Kadin, the founders of Worthy of Love, an organization which throws monthly birthday parties for homeless children in Los Angeles.