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Health & Wellness
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.
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 sisters of Trim Health Mama and authors of "Trim Healthy Mamas Trim Healthy Table" cookbook, Pearl Barrett and Serene Allison, join The Doctors to share the recipes for their “Hangry Pockets.”
The Doctors weigh in on the pros and cons of more and more prescriptions medications becoming available over the counter.
The Doctors meet Erika who learned that her deceased husband's marijuana use is now the reason the state is denying half of her family's worker's compensation death benefits.
The Doctors welcome Erika, whose husband died on the job, but she has been denied a large portion of her late husband’s workman compensation benefits due to his legal use of marijuana.
The Doctors discuss a recent survey about our biggest guilty pleasures, many of which involve food. Find out the biggest guilty pleasures of The Doctors!
The FDA recently proposed new guidelines to make it easier for some common medications to be sold without a prescription.
The Doctors continue their discussion with Erika, whose husband died on the job, and attorney and legal analyst Anahita Sedaghatfar about how those using legal marijuana may encounter legal issues if they are injured while working.