The new documentary “Take Your Pills” dives into the Adderall crisis in this country.
Maria Shriver and Christina Schwarzenegger, executive producers of the documentary “Take Your Pills,” discuss the drastic increase in Adderall use among children and college students. Plus, Christina reveals how she was able to quit.
Psychiatrist Dr. Ish Major answers viewers' psychological health questions.
The Doctors answer a viewer question about how long you can take painkillers before possibly developing an addiction.
The Doctors are joined by Maria Shriver and Christina Schwarzenegger, executive producers of the documentary “Take Your Pills,” to discuss the dramatic rise in abuse of Adderall.
The Doctors discuss a recent study that found the rate of prescription opioid use in states with greater access to medical marijuana to treat chronic and acute pain were less likely to get prescription opioids.
The Doctors are joined by neuroscientist and medical cannabis expert Dr. Adie Wilson-Poe and addiction specialists Ken Seeley to discuss whether more access to medical marijuana can help curb our nation’s opioid addiction.
The Doctors discuss “Snapchat dysmorphia”, a negative side effect of these filters that may promote fake self-images and make users dissatisfied with how they look in real life.
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
Kevin Lorson, the creator of HOPE Curriculum, joins The Doctors to discuss why kids from kindergarten through high school are now being taught about the dangers of opioids in Ohio.