Can you truly blackout from rage? The Doctors discuss the case of a man who was accused of strangling his wife but claims he completely blacked out. Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho weighs in.
Can someone see so much red that it causes that person to blackout and not remember what they have done?
A woman’s monthly cycle can trigger mood swings, breast tenderness, and bloat -- but what about something much more extreme and intense? The Doctors discuss "period rage."
Tommie Lee, star of "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" has come to The Doctors in hopes of solving her family and anger issues.
From sore throats to scarlet fever, The Doctors tackle your most burning health questions. Plus, see home remedies to soothe scorching foot fungus. And, learn how a flaming temper could trigger a stroke! Plus, male grooming and fashion trends: The Doctors
The final presidential debate was Wednesday and you might actually experience some withdrawal once the debates and election are over. The Doctors discuss what you can do to combat the feelings that you might experience.
Have you ever heard of “resting angry face”? Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon and dermatologist Dr. Jason Emer help their patient Sue express the happiness she’s feeling.
Sue underwent a procedure to hopefully get rid of her “angry” looking face. Check out the results.
Rage rooms, a designated area where one can break everything in sight, are growing in popularity across the country as a way to help relieve stress. Even rapper Kanye West reportedly has one in his home! Watch as plastic surgeon Andrew Ordon lets it...
Although anger is a natural and common emotion, it's important to keep it under control to avoid destructive - and embarrassing - behaviors that can affect your health, relationships, and overall quality of life.