Would you know if your child was being bullied? Dr. Phil McGraw reveals what every parent needs to know to stop bullying and its potentially tragic effects. Then, a "The Doctors" exclusive: See the procedure that helped save actress Marlee Matlin’s eyesig
Dr. Kerry Assil
In a The Doctors exclusive, Academy Award-winning actress Marlee Matlin undergoes a vision test and discovers she has a cataract, which caused her to become legally blind in her left eye.
In a The Doctors exclusive, Academy Award-winning actress Marlee Matlin undergoes a cutting-edge surgery to remove a cataract and restore her vision.
The Doctors’ executive producer, Patty Ciano, has been experiencing itchy, burning eyes after putting in her contact lenses. The Doctors call in ophthalmologist Dr. Kerry Assil to give Patty a surprise eye exam and consultation!
The Doctors step off the stage and into the audience to answer impromptu health questions from their fans! Learn tips and treatments for stomachaches, backaches, circulation problems and more! Plus, the best ways to soothe itchy, burning eyes!
Could your menstrual cycle be affecting your teeth? Are vaccines just for kids? Is smoking a hookah pipe safe? The Doctors answer your health questions! Then, find out why authorities are calling a new and potentially deadly drug “LSD on steroids.”
Viewer Cami asks why her vision seems to be getting worse after having laser eye surgery. Opthamologist Dr. Kerry Assil explains how the surgery works and how the eye can change.
Feeling tired and worn down? The Doctors reveal the top four reasons you may feel fatigued -- and none are lack of sleep! Plus, take 10 years off your face without a scalpel or filler! Could it work for you?
During a baseball tournament, 13-year-old Ryan pitched the ball and the batter hit it right back at him – into his eye. While Ryan fortunately remained conscious after the incident, his eye was seriously damaged, and his vision has yet to be restored....
Could your menstrual cycle affect your teeth? Are vaccines just for kids? Could a new procedure cure cataracts? Plus, the new street drug known as “smiles.” Learn why authorities are calling it “LSD on steroids” and where your teen might be finding it!