The Doctors polled viewers to see if they were aware of which of these risk factors for cancer were real and which were just rumors.
The Doctors investigate dangerous contact lenses. Bye bye bunions! How a new procedure is getting rid of them with less downtime. The Doctors debate the efficacy of DNA diets. Can lifting weights fight depression?
The Doctors discuss the financial costs of a diet based on your DNA, which often includes the suggestion of purchasing supplements, with Vitagene chief clinician officer Dr. Julie Chen and Indiana University professor of pediatrics Dr. Aaron Carroll.
The Doctors welcome Vitagene chief clinician officer Dr. Julie Chen and Indiana University professor of pediatrics Dr. Aaron Carroll to discuss whether DNA testing can help lead someone to right diet for weight loss.
Can DNA be used to find the perfect diet for you? That is what is being debated by The Doctors’ guests, the chief clinical officer of Vitagene, Dr. Julie Chen, and professor of pediatrics at Indiana University of Medicine, Dr. Aaron Carroll.
The Doctors continue their discussion with Vitagene chief clinician officer Dr. Julie Chen and Indiana University professor of pediatrics Dr. Aaron Carroll about whether diets based on someone’s DNA are effective.
Could a new DNA test kit help fight the growing opioid addiction crisis? The Doctors discuss how one DNA test could help your doctor better understand if you are at risk of developing an opioid addiction.
Imagine being able to preview your own brain surgery before it happened...well, now you can through virtual reality! See firsthand how it works through one kid’s brain! Then, can one woman’s debilitating back pain be cured?
After sharing her harrowing story of spending her entire adult life behind bars, The Doctors reunite Michelle with her daughter.
Michelle’s 3-month-old son was found dead with his throat slit. Michelle – who was only 17 at the time – confessed to the crime, was arrested, found guilty of a murder, and sentenced to life in prison without parole – all for something she did not do.