The Doctors discuss the case of a student who was allegedly mocked by his teacher for his attention deficit disorder.
Teacher Gives Insensitive Award? No-Swell Filler?! Dr. Steven Curley’s Book ‘In My Hands.’ Meatless Meals with Keri Glassman! Woman Searches for Mr. Right!
Losing weight, fighting fat and combating cellulite is far from simple, but The Doctors want you to know it is possible! Learn about the diets, procedures and products that may help you slim down.
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The Doctors and psychologist and attorney Dr. Lisa Strohman discuss the practice of upcoding, which is a fraudulent medical bill for a service that is more expensive than it should have been based on the service that was performed.
The Doctors are joined by surgical oncologist Dr. Steven Curley, who wrote “In My Hands: Compelling Stories from a Surgeon and His Patients Fighting Cancer,” and he shares how he’s able to keep hope alive in patients after a cancer diagnosis.
The Doctors welcome back Jen, who told us earlier this season that she’s always attracted to “bad boys” and is looking to break her bad dating habits.
Facial cosmetic surgeon Dr. Alexander Rivkin and patient Sheri return after undergoing a new facial filler treatment that potentially has less swelling and complications. See the results of Sheri’s procedure.
Facial fillers are a common treatment to combat signs of aging. Could this new-kid-on-the-block that Dr. Alexander Rivkin is using on his patient, Sheri, be the next gold standard?
The Doctors met Jen, a self-proclaimed lover of bad boys, earlier this season. She is back to chose from three bachelors that The Doctors found for her!
Teacher gives student an ADD award? Does this new no-swell filler really work? Dr. Steven Curley discusses his new book “In My Hands.” Keri Glassman’s secret meatless meals! How one woman chooses between three suitable bachelors!