Cigarette smoking causes nearly a half million deaths in America every year, which is more than AIDS, alcohol, car accidents, illegal drugs, murders and suicides combined. And a decision to quit smoking could save your life.
Social media is everywhere, but does it need to part of your 6-year-old's life? Facebook has launched Messenger Kids, which is meant for kids ages 6 to 12 years old.
The Doctors discuss how a marketing firm in Japan is offering up to 6 extra days of vacation to their non-smoking employees -- but is this a good idea?
Former smoker Shawn joins The Doctors to inspire others to quit smoking.
The Doctors discuss a viral video that shows just how unhealthy smoking can be!
The popularity of vaping marijuana continues to grow in popularity, but are there health concerns? The Doctors welcome vape specialist Dr. Sue Sisley to investigate.
Cigarette smoking causes nearly half a million deaths in the United States every year. Brian joins The Doctors to share that there is hope after cigarette addiction.
The Doctors welcome Jeremy and Jana who completely transformed their bodies through a dramatic weight loss.
Teens are using a vaping device with high doses of nicotine and it’s being referred to as juuling.
FDA National Health Fraud Coordinator Captain Jason Humbert joins The Doctors to discuss products that claim to help opioid addicts cope with the difficulties of withdrawal.