Reality star Alexis Haines, best known for her series E! series "Pretty Wild," has turned her life around after struggling with addiction. She has come to The Doctors to share more about her inspiring story.
Drugs & Aids
The popularity of vaping marijuana continues to grow in popularity, but are there health concerns? The Doctors welcome vape specialist Dr. Sue Sisley to investigate.
Northern Michigan University is launching the first program to allow students to major in medicinal plant chemistry for a career in medical marijuana. The Doctors discuss this program and how marijuana affects the brains of young adults.
Should you make your own charcoal mask for acne? The Doctors weigh in on this new beauty trend.
The FDA has approved a “digital pill” that will be able to track if and when patients take their medication. This was designed to help those battling schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression and those managing others’ medication.
When doctors discovered that Sophie had a brain tumor when she was 8 and a half months old, her parents Tracy and Josh tried an alternative treatment -- the cannabis compound CBD.
Before you try a DIY health remedy, check out this cautionary tale.
Could injecting hydrogen peroxide into your bloodstream treat things like MS and cancer? The Doctors discuss this treatment, which has not been approved by the FDA, with holistic family practice physician Yoshi Rahm.
The Doctors welcome holistic family practice physician Yoshi Rahm, who discusses treating patients with hydrogen peroxide, a treatment that is not FDA approved. Dr. Rahm and the Doctors discuss whether are these alternative treatments are helpful or may b
Are pain pills being prescribed even when they’re not necessary? Mackenzie and her husband James claim that she was prescribed an unnecessary highly addictive pain medication, SUBSYS®.