The Doctors examine whether cheap sunglasses or nothing at all is better for your eyes.
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The Doctors are joined by Josh, a base jumper who took a plunge with a parachute hooked to the skin on his back!
Mom Chenine joins The Doctors in hopes of finding a solution to help her son fall asleep. Is a book that claims to lull kids to sleep the answer?
About 70 percent of Americans take at least one prescription drug. Pharmacist Mona Vand shares three tips for saving money on when buying medications.
The Doctors debate a controversial establishment in Florida that is planning to add a restaurant that serves alcohol next door to a shooting range.
The Doctors examine the Internet rumor that eating chicken given hormones can cause men to develop enlarged breasts.
Chenine says she fights with her 2-year-old son for nearly two hours each night to try to get him to sleep. The Doctors suggest she try a new book that claims to use psychology to promote relaxation and induce sleep.
Find out whether a new book that claims to use psychology to help children fall asleep works for a mom who says she struggles for two hours every night to get her 2-year-old son to bed.
Jesse shares what motivated him to persevere and transform his body so he could return to bodybuilding after being electrocuted and undergoing 13 surgeries, including having his arm amputated.
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