The Doctors discuss a new initiative in Ohio to teach children about the dangers of the opioid crisis.
Parenting expert Dr. Deborah Gilboa’s son Ari joins the conversation to share how he and his mom handled becoming more responsible for his grades and homework.
Teacher gives student an ADD award? Does this new no-swell filler really work? Dr. Steven Curley discusses his new book “In My Hands.” Keri Glassman’s secret meatless meals! How one woman chooses between three suitable bachelors!
The Doctors welcome psychologist and attorney Dr. Lisa Strohman to discuss the case of a student who was allegedly mocked by his teacher for his attention deficit disorder.
Should school nurse administer medicinal marijuana? Nurses debate. Could pain patches be deadly? The doctors give must-know information for parents. A Los Angeles couple helps homeless children celebrate their special day!
RN Patti Rojec the President of the Colorado Association of School Nurses and RN Heather Manus the Founding Member of the Cannabis Nurses Network continue their discussion with about medicinal marijuana being given to students by school nurses.
Does the sex drive of a country lead to more Nobel Prizes? The Doctors discuss a new study which suggests sex and intellectual accomplishments are connected.
Most schools require physical education, but is it time we address the health of our young people's minds?
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.
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?