The Doctors welcome oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro to discuss if a saliva DNA test can help patients determine if they have genes that make them more prone to getting cancer.
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The Doctors welcome aesthetic medicine specialist Dr. Aleix Bazzi and patient Alicia to share how a threading procedure, called The Spider Butt Lift, can give you a plumper and firmer butt with very little downtime.
The Doctors examine if the spiritual-based eating regime, The Daniel Diet, which actor Chris Pratt is reportedly doing has any merit. Find out if this religion-based diet can help you lose weight.
Senior investigative producer Leslie Marcus shows The Doctors how to upgrade your fashion and style in under a minute, including tips on stepping up your purse and belt game.
Marlo's son Tanner died from the cancer due a hereditary cancer gene mutation. This rare genetic gene mutation was not only carried by Tanner but also is carried by Marlo’s daughter, Casey.
The Doctors discuss the Daniel Diet: a 21-day religious cleanse being promoted by actor Chris Pratt.
The Doctors welcome Marlo, who lost her son to cancer and after genetic testing also found out her daughter Casey has the mutated gene p53, which dramatically increases her chances of getting cancer.
The Doctors meet Ja’Niya, who last her finger when a puma ripped it off in Honduras. Find out how she was able to grow it back through the use of PRP (platelet-rich plasma ) under the treatment of regenerative medicine specialist Dr. Akash Bajaj.
The Doctors welcome Robin McGraw, who shares one of Dr. Phil’s sweet and romantic Valentine’s Day traditions.
The Doctors explain that enjoying whole wheat sourdough bread can allow you to enjoy bread without some of the carb-guilt.