Are you sabotaging your relationships? The Doctors are joined by "The Art of Likeability" podcast host Arel Moodie to explain why being liked is so important and share ways to improve your social relationships.
Is discussing money matters with friends a food idea or a bad idea? The Doctors weigh in.
Kevan’s dream to see Europe came true despite the fact that he is wheelchair-bound. With the help of 7 of his friends, he was able to travel to places that would have been impossible due to his spinal muscular atrophy.
Life and business strategist, Gary Coxe, joins The Doctors to discuss a new study that suggests “bromances” have the same effect on the brain as romantic relationships. Have you hugged your bromantic partner today?
The Doctors discuss the shocking results of a recent survey!
The Doctors react to the story of a fashion blogger who wrote a scathing review of her friend’s recent nuptials.
The Doctors talk with a young woman who works as a professional bridesmaid. Hear more about her unique job.
Research shows excessive apologizing, especially for behaviors or circumstances that do not warrant an apology, can lower your self-esteem and diminish your self-worth. Here are seven circumstances you should never apologize for.
Tired of waking up tired? Learn four simple solutions for catching better ZZZs. Then, see how Dr. Travis Stork’s "The Doctor’s Diet" is helping two busy moms safely reach their weight loss goals. Plus, cheating death by a centimeter: Hear one tree-trimmer
Nataly Kogan, CEO and “chief happiness officer” of the new app, Happier, joins The Doctors to share three secrets to boost your happiness. Try them today!