The Doctors investigate the potential dangers of popular toys on the market and caution parents about the dangers of hand-me-down toys.
Parenting for Disorders & Illness
Pediatrician Dr. Cara Natterson weighs in on whether there is any relation between stuttering and being tickled as a baby?
Could the first prescription video game help millions of kids with ADHD? Child psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli joins The Doctors to talk about this treatment.
Many adults complain of having ADHD, but could adult-onset ADHD be something else in disguise?
Could a prescription video game possibly help treat the millions of children suffering from AHDH? The Doctors welcome psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli to discuss.
The Doctors discuss the case of a family being bumped from a flight after other passengers allegedly reported that they suspected a child possibly had lice.
After passengers reported seeing a mother inspecting her daughter’s scalp, the airline re-booked the family, reportedly over fears that the daughter could have lice.
More schools are doing away with their no-nit policies, but is this a risky practice or a step in the right direction. The Doctors debate with school nurse Deborah Pontius and Deborah Altschuler, the president of the National Pediculosis Association.
The Doctors debate whether or not kids should be allowed in schools with nits or lice in their hair with school nurse Deborah Pontius and Deborah Altschuler, the president of the National Pediculosis Association
The Doctors discuss whether children with lice should be allowed to remain in class or be kept at home until cleared? They are joined by retired school nurse Deborah Pontius and Deborah Altschuler, President of National Pediculosis Association, to weigh i