Veterinarian Dr. Edward Arvid shares some shocking examples of things he has seen in his practice that pets have eaten, and shares some tips on what to watch out for with your own curious pets.
Kim is addicted to eating something that was never meant to be consumed -- kitchen cleanser! She has come to The Doctors to find out what this potentially toxic substance has done to her body.
Kim joins The Doctors because she’s addicted to eating kitchen cleanser. Kim heads to see gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sacher to see what over ten years of eating kitchen cleanser has done to her body.
Kim and gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sacher join The Doctors to talk about how to overcome her decade-long addiction to eating kitchen cleanser.
When Tamika first visited The Doctors, she was eating two to three clay pots a day. Has she beaten the bizarre habit?
Tamika is coming clean about an eating addiction she is both embarrassed about and concerned how it might be affecting her body – she is addicted to eating clay pots.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sachar explains what could be leading a woman to crave chalk and reveals whether the condition has affected the woman’s long-term health.
Taneah, a nurse and mother of two, has been eating baby powder and chalk every day since she was 3 years old. She reveals her addiction for the first time on The Doctors.
A nurse and mother of two has been eating baby powder and chalk every day since she was 3 years old. She reveals her addiction for the first time on The Doctors and says she knows she needs help.
The Doctors ask Dr. Kim Dennis, medical director of Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center, to address the emotional issues that could be leading to a woman’s addiction to chalk. Find out what treatment she recommends.