The Doctors discuss a viral video of a woman allegedly assaulting and threatening employees at a gym and discuss why public meltdowns seem so commonplace now.
The Doctors are joined by psychotherapist and author of “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Act & Be Happy” Dr. Mike Dow to share his tips that could help to calm you in moments of extreme anger.
The Doctors meet stand-up comic Ms. Pat to discuss how she went from a troubling past to finding success in comedy.
New facial recognition technology is being used on students at schools, and The Doctors discuss whether there are any drawbacks to this attempt at keeping kids safe.
Three victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting join The Doctors to share details of their harrowing story.
Elise, who works as a nurse in an emergency room, was attacked by a patient while on the job.
Sydney and her boyfriend Aaron were shot, allegedly by a mutual friend and she joins The Doctors to discuss the night that forever changed her life and took the life of her boyfriend.
Debby lost her son Christopher in the horrific Las Vegas massacre and she meets with psychic medium and author John Holland in hopes of easing her grieving.
Hospital caregivers experience a high-rate of workplace violence. The Doctors discuss what can be done to help put a stop to workplace violence.
An Atlanta family was forever changed in just seconds following a random act of violence.