Naked yoga is a new fitness trend that many devotees find both liberating and therapeutic. The Doctors discuss if going buff can actually be good for your mental health.
The Doctors welcome psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow to discuss how eating disorders can affect a wide variety of people regardless of gender, weight, or ethnicity. Plus, we reveal eating disorder red flags to watch for.
Zach, who might not first appear to be someone dealing with bulimia, has come to The Doctors to speak candidly about his eating disorder.
he Doctors discuss the stereotypes people have around eating disorders and share that these disorders exist amongst people of all different shapes and sizes.
Is Zach ready to address his eating disorder and reclaim his life? The Doctors have arranged for him to receive treatment and hopefully turn his life around.
Mike Marjama, formerly of the Seattle Mariners baseball team, joins The Doctors to share the story of his eating disorder and what he is doing now to bring awareness.
When The Doctors first met Lauren, she has been hiding her life-threatening bulimia from her family for 13 years. She bravely came forward and received treatment, but was left with the serious side-effects of her eating disorder - extremely damaged teeth.
Lauren struggled with years of bulimia, which not only took its toll on her life, but also her smile. Here’s a look back at her story and check out her amazing new smile courtesy of dentist Dr. Joseph Hufanda.
Dentist Dr. Joseph Hufanda and Lauren share the challenges of restoring her smile after years of bulimia wore her enamel down so much that there was not a lot of tooth left.
Libby says she overcame her eating disorder following an ayahuasca retreat. She and psychologist Dr. Adele La France who studies ayahuasca and eating disorders, join The Doctors and discuss if this treatment is safe.