While discussing a controversial middle school sex education class, The Doctors weigh in on what might be the right age to educate kids about sex.
Most schools require physical education, but is it time we address the health of our young people's minds?
Less than half of US schools meet the CDC’s recommendations for sexual education, and 70 percent of parents say they’re uncomfortable talking about the subject with their kids themselves. So what should our teens actually learn about sex?
Sexual Health Educator Emmalinda MacLean and Sex Therapist Dr. Fran Walfish join The Doctors to discuss a controversial sex education book for young children.
Lawmakers in Alabama have proposed a bill requiring a new kind of sex ed class – for teachers. They would be required to take student-teacher sex prevention classes covering sexual and romantic contact, as well as social media interactions.
As a parent, you expect your children to bring home good grades – but how would you feel about being graded yourself?
The Doctors discuss a website called PornHub that has created their own online wellness center offering sexual education videos. Is this the future of sex ed?
When it comes to sex education in schools, there is a lot of room for improvement. But is showing x-rated videos to kids a good way to help them better understand sexual dynamics in the world?
The Doctors discuss a radio broadcaster who is suggesting that porn be shown to school children to teach them about sex.
Police arrested a 13-year-old girl who allegedly solicited a clown to kill her teacher.