The Doctors share three things you should always let your doctor know.
Health & Wellness
The Doctors discuss a new study from the University of Minnesota claims that young people who go gluten-free might have better diets but are also more likely to have poor body image, purge and even smoke.
The Doctors discuss the findings of a study which says the millennial generation is on track to be the first generation ever to be less healthy than their parents.
La'Mareea was born with caudal regression syndrome, a syndrome with the potential to be missing bones in the lower legs and lower spine. Yet, having no legs didn't stop La'Mareea from her warrior queen photo shoot!
The Doctors share a new study which suggests taking off your shoes when you first get home is a good idea! The study says we carry in nasty chemicals on our shoes, and some of those are obesogens, which could make you fat.
The Doctors ask the question, might these wireless headphones and AirPods cause a health risk?
The Doctors welcome an inspiring young girl La Mareena, who was born with Caudal regression syndrome and does not have legs.
The Doctors discuss a New Zealand’s company’s trial of having a 4-day work week, and the company discovered their employees were more productive and much happier.
DNA tests might be popular, but find out why ER physician Dr. Travis Stork is leery of sharing his DNA information with a company.
The Doctors share how a popular prank product – a spray that smells like feces – is being used to train medical professionals.