The Doctors and Dr. BJ Freeman discuss how diagnosing autism has drastically changed in recent years. Plus, find out if Dr. Freeman believes there is anything parents can do to prevent autism.
Disease & Illness
The Doctors invite psychologist and autism researcher Dr. B.J. Freeman to discuss the findings of a study claiming that children with autism are more likely to have allergies.
The Doctors and Dr. BJ Freeman discuss a study which found that children diagnosed with autism also have higher instances of food allergies – but was the study sound enough to find a true link between autism and food allergies?
Chris’ shares his story of extreme strength in the face of a debilitating disease.
Dr. Travis and Pfizer’s Chief Patient Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall are in the music capital of the world, Nashville, to check out music and it's connection to health.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry has the answers for two women experiencing not-so-great symptoms.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra answers viewers skin-related questions submitted online.
Carol shares her remarkable story of staying positive after an infection left her as a blind amputee.
Everyone’s favorite urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz is back with The Doctors discussing two stories of men with problems down there!
The Doctors separate the real risks from the fake news when it comes to cancer risks, including if stress, cell phones and alcohol can increase your risks of the disease.