The Doctors discuss the commentary from online forums that reveals people are using fitness trackers to monitor their vitals while taking drugs.
The Doctors discuss reports of people using fitness trackers to monitor their health vitals like heart rate while doing drugs because they believe it can prevent an overdose.
While providing haircuts to the homeless, celebrity stylist Jason Schneidman meets Cody, who is living on the streets and addicted to heroin. Jason takes Cody to the Rebos Treatment Center in hopes of getting his life back on track.
The Doctors meet celebrity stylist Jason Schneidman who's past with addiction has lead him to give back by providing haircuts to the homeless.
Cody tells The Doctors that celebrity stylist Jason Schneidman saved his life after helping him enter rehab for his heroin addiction.
The Doctors invite intervention specialist Dr. Ken Seeley to share how to look for early warning signs that may keep a loved one off the streets and even more importantly, alive.
While discussing the connection between addiction and the homeless, The Doctors are joined by intervention specialist Ken Seeley, who details potential addiction warning signs to watch out for when dealing with addiction.
Can being bathed in sound help to reduce stress, inflammation and even possibly increase blood flow in the body? Find out what OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry thought of this unique type of meditation.
The Doctors discuss a hospital volunteer program to help babies born addicted to opioids.
Jason Wahler shares with The Doctors his relapse and how his sobriety is going today.