A young woman is unable keep food down despite a desire to eat
Young Woman Suffers With Rare Eating Disorder; Not Guilty By Brain Tumors; Man Beats All Medical Odds
A young woman suffers from a rare eating disorder leaving her unable to keep food down
A Minnesota man killed a jogger when he lost control of his SUV. Three days later he was diagnosed with four brain tumors.
Maya meets with gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sachar and psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow, who confirm that the teen is dealing with rumination syndrome.
When is a medical condition a criminal defense? Criminal defense attorney Sara Azari and The Doctors weigh in on the tragic case of a man who killed another man due to the effects of his brain tumors.
The Doctors are joined by Sophia, who has Type 1 diabetes, and her mother, Stephanie, along with Carleigh, who is training the adorable dog Honey to be a diabetic alert dog.
Students at a California high school had their phones confiscated and searched under threat of suspension after one student shared nude photos of a school administrator taken at an off-campus gym.
When Jim was diagnosed with stage 3 pancreatic cancer two years ago, it sounded like a death sentence. But he’s still here to tell his remarkable story of survival against the odds.
Mya has been unable to eat and digest food since she was in sixth grade. A severe bout of stomach-flu-like symptoms hit her six years ago and never left – since then she has received all her nutrition through a feeding tube.
The Doctors are joined by James “Buck” Runyan, the Executive Director of Remuda Ranch at the Meadows, who offers Maya the help she needs to take control of her rumination syndrome.