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There were approximately 264 billion cigarettes were sold in the U.S. last year and adults with a mental illness smoked almost one-third of all of those cigarettes.
The Doctors examine the tragic story of a teenager who died after fasting for over two months.
Women's Health Magazine editor-in-chief, Amy Keller Laird, joins The Doctors to discuss the magazines survey regarding sexual assault at the doctor's office.
The Doctors discuss a recent case of a 13-year-old girl who died after undertaking a religious fast for 68 days.
Cara and Glenn, parents of Eliza who has Sanfilippo disorder, join The Doctors to discuss their foundation which helps families struggling with raising a child with Sanfilippo. Also meet Jen & Samir whose son was recently diagnosed with Sanfilippo.
People with chronic mental illness die up to 25 years earlier than the general population. Why? Cigarettes. The Doctors and Pfizer’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall detail the smoking and mental health connection.
The Doctors reveal a simple way to deal with broken egg shell pieces.
Two years ago The Doctors met with Eliza, the brave little girl battling the genetic disorder Sanfilippo Syndrome. Her family is back with an update on her progress and news about possible hope for others fighting the disorder.
The Doctors are joined by Women’s Health Magazine editor-in-chief Amy Keller Laird to share what are appropriate and inappropriate interactions between you and your physician.