The Doctors share three things you should always let your doctor know.
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.
Are you seeing double chins in your pictures and selfies? The Doctors share simple tips on how you can avoid having the dreaded double chin.
Schatar aka "Hottie" from "Flavor of Love" and now the host of Amazon's "Poultry Princess" joins The Doctors to share two recipes you can make in the microwave!
The Doctors try on sun protective masks, taste iced coffee with CBD and weigh in on a blanket made for period sex!
The Doctors welcome Ileeya, who was born with one leg shorter than the other, and her parents Eileen and Josh.
The Doctors discuss a meditation tip used by many Buddhist monks that can help keep your house clean while also centering your mind.
The Doctors meet Ileeya, a spirited 8-year-old girl who at one-year-old was diagnosed with proximal femoral focal deficiency which left her with am amputated leg.
The Doctors surprise amputee Ileeya with dancer and “So You Think You Can Dance” contestant Taylor Haines, who is also an amputee.