The Doctors weigh in on the case of a physician who waited to tell a patient she had cancer because she was going on vacation. Was this wrong?
Disease & Illness Treatment
The Doctors talk to Ali, a woman who has three younger brothers all with different degrees of autism and discuss her one brother's optic nerve atrophy.
The Doctors welcome pathology assistant Nicole Angemi who runs a viral pathology Instagram account to share how she’s using images of cadavers to help educate her followers about some habits and vices that can compromise your health.
Pathology assistant Nicole Angemi tests out The Doctors’ diagnosing skills with mysterious diseased organs and body parts.
Cure your incontinence just by sitting in a chair? The new exciting treatment! Then a growing number of people are skipping shoes and advocating for going barefoot in public! Would you do it? And one woman’s “pimple” turns out to be cancer!
Comedian Paul Rodriguez exclusively talks with The Doctors about losing his sister to diabetes.
Following the death of his sister, the comic shares the health changes he’s made and speaks honestly about the habits he is still working on.
The Doctors answer a social media question about antidepressants.
Alyssa was faced with an unthinkable decision -- her leg or her life.
Could detecting cancer be as simple as downloading an app?