The Doctors detail the things you should always communicate with your doctor – for instance, if you are taking an effervescent antacid your physician should know before undergoing any type of surgery or procedure.
The Doctors share a simple and “sweet” way to possibly cut down on your risk of having a stroke.
Doctors’ senior investigative producer Leslie Marcus tests the claims surrounding vitamin B12 injections with Monique, Brooke and Jennet. Did these women benefit from the injection and were they even B12 deficient in the first place?
The Doctors discuss a study which suggests our dreams can possibly warn us about a potential health issue.
While discussing the possible power of our dreams, Dr. Larry Burk – the co-author of “Dream That Can Save Your Life” – shares what people should look out for in their dreams that may be an indicator about their health.
“Not all heroes wear capes and not all healers wear lab coats,” says ER physician Dr. Travis Stork as he introduces Sancho the Therapy Dog.
The Doctors share information on the Ceres Community Project which provides low-income people struggling with serious health conditions free and low-cost meals delivered straight to their doors.
The Doctors answer a viewer question about how to avoid getting sick while flying. Plus, are protective masks effective in stopping the spreading of germs and infections? Also, does where you sit on a plane play a role in getting sick?
Could it be possible for someone to smell a disease? The Doctors discuss a woman who claims she is able to sniff out Parkinson’s disease -- even before it is diagnosed!
The Doctors were joined by exoneree Clarence last season that spent several years in jail for a crime he did not commit, and the show sent him to Dr. Eugene Lipov to treat his PTSD.