The Doctors explain how your own fat cells can help increase the girth of your manhood.
Friday Newsfeed! Bar Rescue’s Jon Taffer; Cutting Edge Breast Scan; Playground Hazards; Finding a Therapist is like Dating; Stuff My Mom Forwards Me
The Doctors examine the shocking case of the daycare worker who breastfed someone else’s baby.
1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer in their lifetime. Meet Julie who has a family history of breast cancer. She opted to try a new breast scan which experts are saying just might be the new “go-to” technology.
More Americans are turning to some form of therapy to help with relationships, anxiety and stress but finding the right therapist can be a daunting task. The Doctors and psychiatrist Dr. Nickole Enders-Hadi from Doctor On Demand share some helpful tips.
The Doctors discuss ‘The Partridge Family’ star David Cassidy who announced this week that he is suffering from dementia and is taking time to focus on his mental health.
Despite the sobering statistic that 1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer in their lifetime, Julie – like so many patients – drags her feet when it comes to regular screenings. Could a new breast scan be the answer to more patients getting scre
The Doctors weigh in on an Ohio woman, who is accused of giving a lap dance to a 100-year-old man with dementia.
Ever wonder what goes on behind the counter at your favorite bar or restaurant? Jon Taffer shares some of the incredible things he and his team uncover on Spike’s hit show, ‘Bar Rescue.’
Julie and radiologist Dr. Penny Roumanis join The Doctors to share the results of Julie’s cutting-edge breast scan.