Bulletproof founder & CEO Dave Asprey tells The Doctors that using red or amber colored lights can dramatically help improve your sleep.
The Doctors share how getting more vitamin D – which you can get from sunlight – can help boost your sex drive. But before you spend too much time in the sun, learn about how much time someone should spend in the sun and still keep your skin safe.
You might want to open the blinds, turn on the lights and get some sunshine! The Doctors discuss how a recent study found that spending too much time in dimly lits areas may change the structure of the brain.
Exclusive: Meet Joey, who was born without legs and abandoned by his family in Romania. The Doctors give him a life-changing surprise. Then, hear the story of 9-year-old Brianna, who must sleep under a blue light every night to stay alive.
Exclusive: Watch the story of Joey, who was born without legs and abandoned by his family in Romania. The Doctors give him a life-changing surprise. Then, the story of 9-year-old Brianna, who must sleep under a blue light every night to stay alive.
Brianna was born with a rare liver disease called Crigler-Najjar syndrome. It means her liver doesn’t produce an enzyme that helps break down a by-product called bilirubin. If too much bilirubin builds up in her body, her skin and eyes turn yellow and...
Watch as The Doctors surprise Brianna, who dreams of one day becoming a pop star.
E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains what bilirubin is and how phototherapy lights help someone with excess bilirubin levels.
Meet Brianna, who was born with a rare liver disease called Crigler-Najjar syndrome. Brianna teaches The Doctors some of her dance moves. Dancing helps relieve stress, which can trigger her symptoms.
A new UV light is designed to kill harmful germs and decrease hospital-acquired infections.