The Doctors discuss former “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart’s recent pleas for Congress to reinstate the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act, which provided medical and financial assistance to first responders who worked in the aftermath of the...
The Doctors weigh in on controversial comments made by a Montana state lawmaker regarding the trend of women wearing form-fitting lounge pants in public.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares his strong dissent to a recent court of appeals ruling in Texas that struck down a law making it illegal to take so-called “creepshots” of unconsenting women and children.
The Doctors discuss a recent court of appeals ruling in Texas that states it is legal to take up-skirt or down-blouse photographs of unconsenting women and children in public on the grounds that photographers have a right to arousal.
A bill currently being debated in the Puerto Rican Senate would fine parents $500-$800 if they don’t change lifestyle habits contributing to their children’s excess weight. Is this the answer to the childhood obesity epidemic? The Doctors discuss.
Local officials in Westminster, Massachusetts, stirred up controversy when they drafted legislation to ban the sale of tobacco products within the town. Did the government overstep its bounds?
Professional “fixer” Judy Smith weighs in on recently passed state laws against “revenge photos,” nude photos of an ex-partner disseminated (either online or via phone messaging) without the consent of the person in the photos.
The Doctors hits the road to answer your biggest health questions! Get natural remedies to combat car sickness. And, learn which foods can cause nightmares! Plus, big cities and biological clocks: Could where you live be affecting your fertility? Find out
How does Obamacare affect you? Learn everything you need to know about the Affordable Care Act — in just 90 seconds! Plus, hear from patients and health care policy experts with opposing views on Obamacare. And, The Doctors weigh in on how the hot-button
A new California law requires all food service workers, including chefs and bartenders, to wear gloves at all times. Chef Alex Reznik weighs in on why this well-intentioned law may fall short of protecting consumers.