The Doctors welcome back board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Brian Kinney as well as the people who tested out the high-frequency electromagnetic device promising to deliver toned abs and a lifted butt.
Senior investigative reporter Leslie Marcus hits the road to investigate what’s driving risky behaviors behind the wheel
The Doctors share a current email making the rounds claiming that mixing cream of tartar with orange juice will help flush nicotine out of the body so you won’t have cravings
The Doctors talk to plastic surgeon Dr. Brian Kinney about a new device that promises abs of steel and a tight tush!
The Doctors discuss a New York school district using facial recognition software to check each student’s face against a database of expelled students, sex offenders and other possible threats.
Dr. Theodore Henderson, the founder of Neuro-Luminance Brain Health Centers, joins The Doctors to discuss an exciting new treatment option for depression.
Dentist Chris Strandburg joins The Doctors to talk about possible chewable Vitamin C dangers and dentists using lasers to fill cavities.
Neurosurgeon Dr. Kurtis Auguste has been using virtual reality technology to simulate brain surgery prior to putting his patients under the knife
Would you ever use a reset button to erase painful memories?
Walmart is testing a new service that allows customers to use previously installed smart-home technology to remotely open the door for grocery deliveries, while they watch a live-stream.