The Doctors and Dr. BJ Freeman discuss how diagnosing autism has drastically changed in recent years. Plus, find out if Dr. Freeman believes there is anything parents can do to prevent autism.
The Doctors invite psychologist and autism researcher Dr. B.J. Freeman to discuss the findings of a study claiming that children with autism are more likely to have allergies.
The Doctors and Dr. BJ Freeman discuss a study which found that children diagnosed with autism also have higher instances of food allergies – but was the study sound enough to find a true link between autism and food allergies?
A viewer asks The Doctors if her mouth gets itchy and her throat gets scratchy when she eats certain fruits and vegetables, does that mean her body doesn’t like healthy food?
A new study found some food allergies can be reversed with immunotherapy and gradual exposure to foods. The Doctors are joined by mom Kristen whose son Josh was part of the study and has had amazing results.
The Doctors discuss a study that suggests that wipes may contribute to allergies.
The Doctors discuss a new study which found that using wet wipes may affect the skin and cause allergies in children. Find out how parents still keep their kids clean on the go without possibly contributing to allergies.
Has excessive cleanliness led to a rise in peanut allergies? The Doctors weigh in on why more children have an allergenic reaction to peanuts.
Actress and comedian Kym Whitley joins The Doctors and as the mother of a child with a peanut allergy, she wants to know why are they so common?
How far would you go to lose weight? Would you take anti-seizure pills if your doctor prescribed them? Hear one woman’s experience! Are allergy meds linked to lowering sperm count? Find out what The Doctors say.