The Doctors discuss a new study from the University of Minnesota claims that young people who go gluten-free might have better diets but are also more likely to have poor body image, purge and even smoke.
Bad Health Habits
The Doctors view a tough-to-watch video of a woman eating raw ground beef!
The Doctors discuss a viral video where a mom pulls 27 fingernails out of her son’s gums.
The Doctors discuss a shocking solution for overeating: a new, wearable device that sends an electrical pulse to your wrist when you engage in a bad habit. Could it work for you?
Tammy, 38, has been smoking since she was 13 years old and her family wants her to quit.
By quitting smoking, you can reverse health problems associated with the habit today.
Many people bite their fingernails as a nervous habit; but what about toenails? Find out if nibbling on your toenails can hinder your health.
Bill, 54, started smoking when he was 16 years old. His 21-year-old daughter, Ally, asked The Doctors to help her father quit the habit.
Dr. Richard Hurt, director of the Mayo Clinic's Nicotine Dependence Center and a former smoker, explains why smoking is so addictive.
Bill, 54, started smoking when he was 16 years old. The Doctors stages an intervention for Bill, who watches a video made by his family called Life After Bill