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.
Disease & Illness
Patient advocate Lisa Blackstock joins The Doctors to share some patient rights everyone must know.
The Doctors share a new study in the Journal of Nutrition that found eating Bing sweet cherries could help prevent or reduce the severity of serious inflammatory diseases including heart disease, diabetes and even potentially arthritis.
Do vitamin C supplements actually treat a cold? The Doctors weigh in on this popular notion.
Most of us have been told to take Vitamin C to treat a cold, but does it really help to treat it? The Doctors weigh in on this common health claim!
Life-threatening food allergies might change the way we fly.
Psychiatrist Dr. Ish Major answers viewers' psychological health questions.
The Doctors are joined by eye surgeon Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler, who treated Raife for the progressive eye disease Keratoconus. Dr. Boxer Wachler explains why it is vital to treat the eye disease as early as possible and what he expects for Raife’s future.
In 2007, Steven met eye surgeon Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler who had a cure for keratoconus: a procedure called C3-R. Now, Steven's nephew has undergone the same treatment.
The Doctors welcome Raife, who suffers from Keratoconus, a progressive eye disease which could lead to the loss of his vision.