The Doctors are joined by Dr. Lisa Mosconi to discuss why rates of Alzheimer’s are higher in women than in men. Plus, learn about foods that can help boost estrogen and vitamin levels and may be able to cut down on your risk of developing the disease.
The Doctors are joined by interventional oncologist and radiologist Dr. Kien Vuu to share why the rates of liver cancer are on the rise. Dr. Vuu says these increased cancer rates are linked to what we eat and our alcohol consumption levels.
The Doctors and Dr. BJ Freeman discuss how diagnosing autism has drastically changed in recent years. Plus, find out if Dr. Freeman believes there is anything parents can do to prevent autism.
The Doctors and Dr. BJ Freeman discuss a study which found that children diagnosed with autism also have higher instances of food allergies – but was the study sound enough to find a true link between autism and food allergies?
The Doctors share how keeping a condom in your wallet can dramatically affect its effectiveness and possibly lead to a pregnancy or a sexually transmitted disease.
The Doctors separate the real risks from the fake news when it comes to cancer risks, including if stress, cell phones and alcohol can increase your risks of the disease.
The Doctors and endocrinologist Dr.Dr. Joseph Pinzone discuss a study which found a connection between women who have PCOS and certain mental health issues.
The Doctors share the case of a woman with a severe case of herpes HSV-1 and explain what may contribute to a flare-up of the virus.
The Doctors are joined by eye surgeon Dr. Brian Boxer-Wachler to discuss the case of a woman who developed a white ring in the cornea of her eye. After numerous tests, it was determined she had the rare autoimmune disease Cogan’s Syndrome.
Breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk joins The Doctors to discuss a new breast cancer treatment breakthrough that could eliminate the need for chemotherapy for many patients. Find out more about this new approach to treating this type of cancer.