The Doctors weigh in on a controversial diet trend, which promotes using the pregnancy hormone hCG, or human chorionic gonadotropin, injections to suppress the appetite.
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From the latest diet fads to herbal remedy dangers and teen automobile safety, The Doctors tackle the headlines' hottest health topics. Plus, meet an allergen-sniffing dog trained to save your child’s life!
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Endocrinologists Dr. Kent Holtorf and Dr. Katja Von Herle, and celebrity nutritionist and homeopathy expert Samantha F. Grant join The Doctors to debate the safety and efficacy of the hCG diet.