Kate, 25, has difficulty falling asleep. To help her fall asleep, Kate tries the Fisher Wallace Cranial Stimulator, a device which generates micro-currents of electricity using patented radio frequencies and triggers and restores rapid eye movement...
Pain, Insomnia, Lost and Found Body Functions
Charles Avery Fisher, president of Fisher Wallace Laboratories, explains how the Fisher Wallace Cranial Stimulator was developed.
The Doctors explain the dangers of alcohol poisoning, who's most at risk and what to do if you see someone suffering from it.
Janine's 10-year-old son, Spencer, is very active, playing flag football and baseball year round. Spencer began complaining about pain in his right heel, which led to him walk differently, causing pain in other parts of his body.
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After taking over-the-counter supplements two years ago, Kim lost her sense of taste and smell. She asks The Doctors if she'll ever regain those vital senses.
Charles Avery Fisher, president of Fisher Wallace Laboratories, explains what makes the Fisher Wallace Cranial Stimulator so effective and practical.
Are you suffering from a sleep disorder
Ed visits gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez to undergo an endoscopy and get to the bottom of his stomachaches.
Spencer, 10, began complaining about pain in his right heel. Spencer, Janine and Dr. Alexander Arkader, orthopedic surgeon at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, join The Doctors to explain what is causing Spencer's pain and how to remedy it.