The Doctors share a new product by Fridababy that promises to protect fathers against "headbutts, Sunday morning bed jumps, and super eager welcome homes.”
Sociologist and author of “It’s Not About the Broccoli” Dr. Dina Rose joins The Doctors to discuss three feeding styles that may be negatively impacting your children.
The Doctors and Dr. Dina Rose, the author of “It’s Not About the Broccoli,” discuss how “feeding away” a child’s feelings can lead to developing an unhealthy relationship with food and the possibility of obesity and other weight-related health issues.
The Doctors welcome Dr. Dina Rose, author of “It’s Not About the Broccoli,” to discuss how parents can teach kids to develop healthy habits with food.
Dr. Dina Rose, the author of “It’s Not About the Broccoli,” details how many parents fall into three types of approaches when feeding their kids including: “The Hunger Avoider,” “The Comforter/Rewarder, and “The Food Police.”
The new documentary “Take Your Pills” dives into the Adderall crisis in this country.
Life-threatening food allergies might change the way we fly.
A childhood favorite just might be the answer to your child's next meltdown!
In the midst of a child's temper tantrum, nothing might seem like it will help calm your fussy little one -- but The Doctors reveal a fun and creative way to help your child chill out.
Certified child safety technician and founder of Tot Squad, Jennifer Beall Saxton, joins The Doctors to discuss how to keep kids safe in the car. She has four tips on what to avoid when dealing with a car seat.