The Doctors invite psychologist and autism researcher Dr. B.J. Freeman to discuss the findings of a study claiming that children with autism are more likely to have allergies.
Karolina Jasko, Miss Illinois 2018, was a senior in high school when a trip to the nail salon led to a melanoma diagnosis.
Uzoma Obilor, a 22-year-old bodybuilder, comes to The Doctors to ask about his unique ability to ripple his muscles.
Surgical oncologist and author of the book “In My Hands: Compelling Stories from a Surgeon and His Patients Fighting Cancer,” Dr. Steven Curley shares how he works with his cancer patients.
Does where you live determine the type of diagnosis you might receive from your doctor? The Doctors examine how certain areas of the country dramatically differ from others when it comes to how you are diagnosed.
Nicole spent 20 years struggling with asthma – so she thought. She credits The Doctors with saving her life!
A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease can turn your life upside-down – but what if you found out that your diagnosis was false? More than 50 people are suing a Toledo, Ohio, clinic because they allege that this is exactly what happened to them.
Virtual attendants like Google Home and Amazon’s Alexa can perform simple tasks like turning on your lights. But would you let one diagnose you when you’re not feeling well?
Jessica and Kyle are fighting to find a cure for a rare fatal dwarfism that both their son and daughter have. They join The Doctors to share their brave and heartbreaking story about trying to beat the seemingly impossible odds facing their family.
Jessica and Kyle join The Doctors to share their heartbreaking journey dealing with the diagnosis of their two children with a fatal form of dwarfism.