The Doctors debate sex-ed methods, revealing the controversial teachings that may shape your child’s sexual practices and health
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Less than half of US schools meet the CDC’s recommendations for sexual education, and 70 percent of parents say they’re uncomfortable talking about the subject with their kids themselves. So what should our teens actually learn about sex?
The Doctors are joined by Scott Phelps, who runs an abstinence-only education curriculum, and Dorian Solot, who teaches comprehensive sex education, to discuss the different approaches to teaching sex education.
Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson, Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester, shares her journey of overcoming a drug and food addiction and becoming a neuroscientist.
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Wendy became a national icon as the “Snapple Lady” in a charming series of beverage commercials. But off-camera she’s struggled with food and drug addictions alike.
Scott Phelps, who runs an abstinence-only education curriculum, and Dorian Solot, who teaches comprehensive sex education, share their opinions about which type of sex education is best for children and teens.
Wendy “The Snapple Lady” comes to The Doctors to reveal her food addiction. She is hoping a life change can help with her slew of medical issues, which includes being pre-diabetic.
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