The Doctors discuss if new health issues should affect a person's court sentence.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry and Judge Mary Chrzanowski step inside the Montgomery County morgue to learn just how extreme the crisis is.
The Doctors head to the state with one of the highest overdose death rates in the country -- Ohio.
Are patients more inclined to share honest feelings and desires about end of life care when no other human is present?
Debby lost her son Christopher in the horrific Las Vegas massacre and she meets with psychic medium and author John Holland in hopes of easing her grieving.
A Wisconsin man made news after he signed his whole family up to be cryogenically frozen when they die.
The Doctors are joined by parents Freddie and Charlene, who share the story of their 13-year-old daughter Rosalie, who they say was bullied and took her own life. Some are calling a tragic event like this bullycide.
The Doctors discuss the unique case of a man that came into the emergency room with a do not resuscitate tattoo. What would you have done?
The Doctors discuss the importance of having end of life conversations with loved ones.
The Doctors and attorney Ann-Margaret Carrozza weigh in on the case of an unconscious man who came into the emergency room with a "Do not resuscitate" tattoo on his chest.