The Doctors investigate restaurant fish fraud
The Doctors’ Summer Special; Simple Summer Recipes; The Power Of Pineapple; Health Secrets Of The Islands
Almost 25 million suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder in the U.S. alone. One woman found a unique way to cope with her PTSD after a traumatic event – by following the call of the wild.
Sarah tells The Doctors how animal therapy at a wolf sanctuary helped with her PTSD, which stemmed from a sexual assault.
During his trip to Tahiti, plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon takes a tour of a pineapple farm with tour guide Moana.
The celebrity reportedly swears by noni juice, which is packed with B vitamins, potassium, antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties – but what do The Doctors think of this fruit juice?
Is a good laugh just what the doctor ordered? Check out a funny blooper from Plastic Surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon’s trip to Tahiti and giggle your way to good health.
Summer is a great time of year, but when temperatures rise your health could be at risk.
The Doctors discuss a sex toy that comes with an insurance policy that allows you return it for a new toy in the event of a breakup with your partner.
The Doctors are joined by two parents of a child from Lake Mathews Elementary School in Riverside, CA, where another student is accused of bringing a kill list to school, which allegedly contained the names of 60 students.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon visits some amazing locales with Maui, from Corallina Tours, and has an amazing visit to the island Moorea.