The Doctors invite on stroke victim 22-year-old Sawyer, and his neurosurgeon Dr. Joshua Marcus, to share Sawyer’s story.
The Doctors are joined by Diane, the mother of hockey player Thomas E. Smith, who was paralyzed two times on the ice and a third time in a car accident. Find out more about his harrowing story.
The Doctors discuss, along with psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli, the case of a woman in the UK who after hitting her head was diagnosed with a type of amnesia where she can’t retrain any memories or new information.
Katie Maloney-Schwartz shares her near-death experience with The Doctors where she fell 25-feet through a skylight and survived. Her physical scars have healed but she still deals with the emotional toll.
The Doctors discuss a “brain chip” designed to manipulate memories. Makers of the chip hope to help those with degenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. But could it also be used to erase bad memories?
Struggling to make ends meet, the Stacey and Bitsui families have had to get creative about where to live. The Doctors have some incredible surprises for these war heroes and their families, including a place to call home.
Army Staff Sergeant Jared Stacey and Marine Corp Sergeant Nathaniel Bitsui and their military families are gifted with incredible home furnishings and money from Stein Mart.
For many of our armed service members surviving war is just half the battle. Meet the Stacey and Bitsui families, and their struggle to return to daily life.
The Doctors welcome the Stacey and Bitsui families, both of whom are dealing with PSTD and brain injuries following their time spent in the military.
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