The Doctors discuss a new study that found the virus that causes mononucleosis, Epstein Bar Virus or EBV, may also increase the risk of developing seven autoimmune diseases.
In America, it is estimated that more than 1 million teens are caregivers and The Doctors meet one family that is part of this startling statistic.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork weighs in on hydrogen peroxide being used intravenously as an alternative treatment for cancer and MS. Is this treatment helpful? Could it be harmful?
On Tuesday, the FDA approved the first treatment for primary progressive multiple sclerosis.
The first treatment for primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS) has been approved by the FDA giving hope to people suffering from MS, something The Doctors are calling a possible “game changer.”
From hotels to nail salons, The Doctors shine a light on health dangers that lurk in the most unlikely places. And, learn which room in your house is a potential fire trap. Plus, Nancy Davis and the fight against MS.
According to estimates, over 400,000 people have multiple sclerosis in the United States and one person battling the disabling brain and spinal cord disease joins The Doctors to share her inspiring journey and message of never giving up.
Cheryl joins The Doctors to talk about living with MS and her inspiring goal to become the first person with MS to run 7 marathons on 7 continents in 12 months.
The Doctors discuss a new study that claims temporary tattoos can be used to treat MS and other chronic auto-immune conditions. Is this a fashion-forward treatment?
Jamie-Lynn Sigler joins The Doctors and opens up about what living with MS is like.