The Doctors discuss “Snapchat dysmorphia”, a negative side effect of these filters that may promote fake self-images and make users dissatisfied with how they look in real life.
Nicole Angemi has over 1.6 million followers on her Instagram. It’s not cute puppies or fashion finds that bring people to her account but rather graphic images from the morgue where Nicole performs autopsies as a pathology assistant.
Are you hoping to snap the best possible shot of yourself? The Doctors share a simple tip on how to get a better selfie by taking the photo from a certain distance away.
Are you too concerned with the number of likes your posts are getting and feeling stressed? The Doctors discuss a study which found those who gave up social media saw a drop in stress hormones.
The Doctors discuss how social media has become a marketing tool for drug dealers who are targeting teens looking to buy drugs.
Dr. Mike is the founder of the Limitless Tomorrow Foundation that gives back to people who are ready to be the next leaders of tomorrow.
The Doctors welcome attorney and author of “Love & Money” Ann-Margaret Carrozza to discuss the troubling case of a University of Miami student who allegedly re-purposed photos of his classmates for a fetish website.
How can you keep your kids safe online? Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho shares the best things you can do to protect your children from cyberbullying and self-cyberbullying.
Woman defends her baby bump to her more than 200,000 Instagram followers after being shamed for being too small. The reason for her lack of bump? She has a “backwards” uterus.
The Doctors welcome Instagram star Dr. Mike Varshavski who was named “Sexiest Doctor Alive” by People Magazine in 2015.