A man brutally beaten at a baseball game by rival fans speaks out after months in a coma & years of therapy
Drs’ Exclusive: Brutal Ballpark Assault Victim Bryan Stow; Mom Takes On Talent Agency For Rejecting Her Special Needs Son; Look Younger With Fat From Dead People;
The Doctors examine a new procedure that is using fat from the dead to make your face come alive!
Style guru Carson Kressley joins The Doctors to share the items you need in your wardrobe and those you can say goodbye to.
How popular is the new facial filler that is made by using fat from cadavers? The Doctors discuss just how safe this is!
As a paramedic Bryan Stow spent his life saving others. But a brutal attack at a baseball game left him fighting to save his own life. Check out his incredible story.
TV personality and author of the new book “Does this Book Make My Butt Look Fat,” discusses what trends to wear right now, and which ones to avoid.
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Meagan, whose son Asher was rejected by a talent agency due to his Down syndrome, has a new mission to help other kids with disabilities.
One Atlanta mother is fighting back against a talent scout that rejected her son because of his special needs. Check out their amazing story.
Bryan Stow, a paramedic who was brutally attacked at a Los Angeles Dodgers game, joins The Doctors to share his incredible story and what he’s doing to stop spectator aggression and fan violence.