The Doctors discuss the scary statistic that distracted driving kills 9 people every day, and according to a recent study, nearly half of parents admitted to using their phones while driving, including texting, and talking.
Is the Keto Diet the Magic Pill? Breast Cancer Surgeon Beats Breast Cancer! Eyebrow Extensions from a Jar? The Delivery Driver That Exposes a Cheating Boyfriend! Simple Addition to Your Coffee to Help Combat Alzheimer’s!
The Doctors and senior investigative producer Leslie Marcus test out some of the latest beauty products to find out if you can get bigger, bolder and better eyebrows from a jar and if a small strip can help your eyes look their best.
A controversial movie claims the keto diet is the solution to diseases? Breast cancer surgeon beats breast cancer! Do eyebrow extensions in a jar and instant eye lift stickers work? Delivery driver exposes cheating boyfriend!
Do we really need whole grains in our diets? The Doctors, documentary filmmaker Rob Tate, cardiologist Dr. Joel Kahn and nephrologist Dr. Jason Fung weigh in on whether whole grains are helpful or harmful.
The Doctors share what people should take into account before beginning any type of new eating plan.
Despite their spirited discussion about the effectiveness of a ketogenic diet, The Doctors and their guests all agree that eating more whole foods and fewer processed foods can be beneficial to someone’s health.
The Doctors continue their discussion about the keto diet with documentary filmmaker Rob Tate, cardiologist Dr. Joel Kahn, and nephrologist Dr. Jason Fung and address whether there have been studies back the diet’s claims.
The Doctors welcome documentary filmmaker Rob Tate, who directed the documentary “The Magic Pill,” along with cardiologist Dr. Joel Kahn and nephrologist Dr. Jason Fung, to discuss if a ketogenic diet (low-carb and high fat) can help treat diseases.
Turmeric is an age-old spice that could possibly reverse liver damage and combat Alzheimer’s disease and The Doctors try it in their lattes!
The Doctors discuss the prevalence of parents texting while driving and just how dangerous it truly is.