The Doctors weigh in on the claim that as we get older our brain stops making new brain cells.
E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains how cerebrospinal fluid help keep your brain safe, and why sleep is so important.
Tanya says she doesn’t understand how her 11-year-old son, William, can do his homework while listening to loud, rock music. The Doctors send Tanya and William to Brain Paint neurofeedback clinic to determine what types of music are best for focus. See...
Ever walked into a room and have no idea why you entered? There is actually a surprising explanation for the phenomenon, known to some as a “brain blip” or a “brain fart.”
Is it possible to think the pain away? Olympic medalist Mateo Mitchell joins The Doctors to reveal how mind over matter helped him cross the hardest finish line of his life, with a broken fibula.
Brains have long been considered a culinary delicacy by many cultures, but are they safe to eat? Plus, discover the best foods to feed your brain.
Researchers are learning more about neurological activity in humans with Necomimi ears, fuzzy animal-like ears that are worn on the head and read the tiny electrical signals that leave the brain when neurons are fired. As the Necomimi ears read the...
How do black belts karate-chop wooden blocks without a single flinch? OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson's son, Daniel Masterson, who has a black belt in karate, demonstrates.
The Doctors takes to the streets to see what people find more important: brains or beauty?
From walking the dog to doing laundry, everyday activities could be harming your health. Learn why. Can watching reality TV lower your IQ? Plus, what’s the key to succeeding in life – beauty or brains?