A lawsuit between two former stars of Bravo’s “Real Housewives” series took a medical turn and The Doctors and legal analyst Robin Sax weigh in on this peculiar case.
The Drs’ Friday News Feed; I’m Addicted To Eating Clay Pots; Girl Calls 9-1-1 On Drunk-Driving Dad From Inside Car?; ‘Real Housewives’ Foul Lawsuit!; ‘Teddy Bear’ Sex Toy For Women?
Kentucky, one of the top states for overdose deaths, is offering free Naloxone training sessions, a drug used to counter the effects of opioids. Russ Read co-founder of Kentucky Harm Reduction Coalition joins The Doctors to discuss.
During a basketball game in New Zealand one player jumped up for a rebound and came down missing something pretty important after being poked in the face. Akil Mitchell's eye popped out of it's socket! Check out the graphic video above.
Jeremy Meeks, also known in the press as “Hot Mugshot Guy,” made his New York Fashion Week debut this week, but is his inclusion in the fashion fest sending the wrong message about crime and violence? The Doctors weigh in!
The Doctors examine the scary 911 call of a 9-year-old girl calling from inside the car claiming her father was drunk and she feared they were going to get into an accident.
Tamika is coming clean about an eating addiction she is both embarrassed about and concerned how it might be affecting her body – she is addicted to eating clay pots.
The Doctors discuss Louboutina, a 5-year-old golden retriever who craves physical touch. She has an obsession with hugging.
The opioid drug epidemic is sweeping the nation, but Kentucky just had a record spike with 52 overdoses in just 32 hours. Is this the new reality? Russ Read co-founder of Kentucky Harm Reduction Coalition joins The Doctors to discuss.
Jeremy Meeks’ mugshot went viral based on his good looks. This week, he made his runway debut at New York Fashion Week. The Doctors discuss if we’re glorifying a man with a criminal past.
A mom who’s been eating 3 clay pots a day for years comes to the show for help