Escape winter and journey with The Doctors to the islands of Tahiti
Island Health Secrets Discovered; Win the Trip of a Lifetime; Snapchatting Surgeries; Hair Transplant Down There; I’m Terrified of Dogs; A Camp Changing Children’s Lives
Could the trend of having no hair down there be on the way out? Hair restoration surgeon Dr. Craig Ziering joins The Doctors to share how pubic hair transplantations work.
12-year-old Parker managed to accomplish a lot while battling cancer with the help of Camp Ronald McDonald. Now cancer-free, Parker and her mom Kathy, along with volunteer Dr. Stephen Speicher joins The Doctors to discuss.
While in Tahiti, plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon learns how to make coconut oil.
The Doctors weigh in on the latest personal grooming trend and examine how some people are looking to restore things to a more natural state.
Parker is only 12 years old and she has already beat cancer is now helping to spread the word of the important work that Camp Ronald McDonald is doing to help other kids with cancer.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares her fear of dogs with The Doctors. This lifelong phobia has kept her from ever even touching a dog before! Will she overcome this?
Tahiti is known for white sandy beaches and turquoise waters, and breathtaking mountain peaks. But the islands also hold a treasure of health and beauty secrets. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon went to discover first hand!
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Our very own OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry confronts one of her biggest fears – dogs!