The Doctors discuss if new health issues should affect a person's court sentence.
Some states are passing laws requiring doctors to report patients with dementia to the DMV. Is this a good idea?
The Doctors discuss the often difficult conversation of telling a loved one they are no longer safe to drive due to dementia and also discuss whose responsibility should it be to report it?
Too much sugar affects our waistlines, but could it also be bad for your brain?
The Doctors discuss a new concept that could revolutionize the way we care for people struggling with Alzheimer’s. Developer Scott Tarde joins to discuss reminiscence therapy, which is the backbone of dementia villages.
See shocking video of a nursing home staff member tormenting a dementia patient with a doll and The Doctors weigh in on this upsetting footage.
The Founder of the Women’s Alzheimer's Movement joins The Doctors to spread the word about her work to fight Alzheimer's disease and her coloring book, “Color Your Mind.”
PseudoBulbar Affect (PBA) is a little-known disorder, but it affects about two million people in the U.S. Those affected are subject to sudden episodes of uncontrollable laughing or crying unrelated to their actual feelings.
With a family history of Alzheimer’s disease and recent memory issues, Glenn has come to The Doctors in hopes of finding out if he is suffering from the disease as well.
Neuroradiologist Dr. Bradley Jabour joins The Doctors and Glenn to discuss the signs of poor brain health.