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.
Drugs & Aids
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.
Before you try a DIY health remedy, check out this cautionary tale.
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.
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®.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork weighs in on hydrogen peroxide being used intravenously as an alternative treatment for cancer and MS. Is this treatment helpful? Could it be harmful?
The Doctors take a look at an alleged scheme to push powerful opioids on people and then profit from their addiction. Insys Therapeutics, the manufacturer of an opioid prescription medication, shares this statement.
Our United States of Addiction series continues, with The Doctors examining how one woman says she became addicted to pain pills, an alleged nationwide conspiracy, and charges that a drug manufacturer’s former executives reportedly schemed to push powerfu
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.