A woman living with a chronic compulsion to pick her skin until it bleeds reaches out to The Doctors for help. She visits psychotherapist Dr. Karen Pickett to see if she can help her stop.
Compulsive Skin Picking; Botox for Slimmer Calves?; Hair-Thickening Powder Put to the Test
Learn the health risks associated with obsessively picking your skin, and find out the treatment options for a woman living with a skin-picking disorder.
The Doctors discuss how some fast food companies target children in lower income communities and the need for more healthy food options in those areas. Learn what you can do to help children make nutritious food choices.
Learn the risks of an increasingly popular procedure among women seeking slimmer calves.
One dating app is “saying no to shallow” by organizing speed dating events where everyone wears paper bags over their heads in an attempt to put the focus on personalities instead of looks.
Are you gaining weight and you’re not sure why? Learn four surprising factors that could be making you pack on pounds.
OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains the benefits and risks of using menstrual cups instead of pads or tampons to manage your period.
Three women test a new hair spray that claims to create the appearance of volume for women with thinning hair.
Dr. Preeti Chopra, an allergy and immunology specialist with Doctor on Demand, explains the three most common causes of hiccups. Doctor on Demand is owned by The Doctors’ Executive Producer Jay McGraw.
Celebrity stylist Joseph Katz offers tips for how to choose a hat to flatter the shape of your face.