Hear about the shocking new challenge taking the internet by storm
The Drs Investigate: Tainted Supplements; Shocking New Body Challenge!; What’s the Real Deal: Blackout Tattoos
Actor Lamorne Morris joins The Doctors to discuss his latest movie Barbershop: The Next Cut which is currently out in theaters.
Started in Asia, the “skinny enough” challenge has people taking pictures of their wrist wrapped in a bill to determine if they are skinny enough. The Doctors react to this latest trend going viral on the internet.
The Doctors are joined by actor Lamorne Morris to discuss a gym in England whose advertisements are causing some controversy. Are they funny or offensive?
The Doctors discuss a recent story about someone who ordered a pizza moments before the store closed and received a special note with the pie. To see the full statement from Domino's, click here.
Actor Lamorne Morris joins The Doctors to talk about the on-set antics that happen between him and his co-stars.
About 70% of Americans take dietary supplements. But what is really in them? In an exclusive investigation, The Doctors take you inside the FDA to reveal some alarming supplement news. To hear what the FDA has to say about this, click here.
Director of the FDA office of Criminal Investigations George Karavetsos joins The Doctors to discuss how big of a problem tainted supplements really are. To find out how to keep your family safe, click here.
Director of the FDA office of Criminal Investigations George Karavetsos joins The Doctors to discuss how to avoid tainted and potentially harmful supplement products.
Amanda Bradford, creator of the dating app “The League,” joins The Doctors to explore freezing her eggs.