Actor and filmmaker Kirk Cameron shares his findings with The Doctors from his film 'Connect' which aims to get to the bottom of how technology and kids are interacting.
Its bathroom-talk time with “The Stool Squad”! Gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez and proctologist Dr. David Rosenfeld weigh in on some viewer’s questions.
The Doctors discuss an unusual case of a judge ordering a man to send 144 nice texts his ex to make up for the previous 144 nasty ones he sent.
If you sext does this mean you are more likely to cheat?
A recent study found that people who send multiple racy messages a week - or even once a day - reported feeling less committed to their relationship. Should you think before you sext?
The Doctors discuss a controversial high school safety drill meant to curb texting and driving. Dr. Phil joins to share his thoughts on this disturbing event that was conducted with the idea of keeping kids safe. Did they go too far?
If you dare to sext, you better be OK with people other than the person you sent the racy message to seeing it!
There are lots of activities that are restricted during pregnancy, but luckily texting is not one of them. And texting while pregnant just got a lot more fun.
The Doctors discuss a recent story about a girl who sent a text message containing a questionable combination of emojis that resulted in her arrest.
The Doctors are joined by pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears to discuss “Text Door Neighbor,” a dangerous new trend that has teens texting strangers with phone numbers one digit off from their own. Find out how to keep your children safe!