The Doctors meet stand-up comic Ms. Pat to discuss how she went from a troubling past to finding success in comedy.
The Doctors tackle the controversial topic of kids and gun violence! It’s time for another round of Ask The Doctors! Tiffany’s Haddish’s turpentine cold remedy? The hack for fitted sheets!
The Doctors continue their discussion with Ujimaa Medics co-founder Amika Tendaji and Suzan Johnson Cook, Dr. of Ministry, Former Ambassador, International Religious Freedom about teaching kids how to handle gun violence.
The Doctors welcome Ujimaa Medics co-founder Amika Tendaji who is an advocate of teaching children life-saving skills to use in the event of gun violence.
On an average day, roughly 320 people are victims to gun violence in the U.S. and 46 of them are children and teens. The Doctors discuss a controversial idea to put the jobs of saving lives into the hands of children.
Are children too young to be taught the skills and techniques used for gunshot victims?
Clinical and forensic psychologist Dr. Judy Ho joins The Doctors to breakdown the warning signs that your partner may be dangerous.
The Doctors welcome back Sydney, who survived being shot in the face. We are with her as she meets with oculoplastic surgeon Dr. Christopher Zoumalan to find out what can be done for her injured eye and persistent pain.
Sydney, who miraculously survived a gunshot to the face, joins The Doctors and oculoplastic surgeon Dr. Christopher Zoumalan to share how she has managed to recover after her traumatic injury. Plus, Sydney shares a personal update.
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