Dr. Deborah Gilboa joins The Doctors to discuss a story about a young girl who vomited profuse amounts of blood after her tonsillectomy.
The Doctors discuss how actress Kristen Bell reportedly locked her child in her room in order for her to fall asleep. Is this a tactic that parents should use or avoid?
The Doctors discuss a homework assignment that used sexually explicit language and situations to explain the different blood types, which had some parents outraged.
Is it ever okay for a parent to fly in first-class with their kids back in coach?
Does your child have a smartphone and could using it be harming them? The Doctors welcome actor Kirk Cameron to discuss his documentary “Connect,” which examines how smartphones may be negatively affecting the lives of our kids.
How young is too young for a child or teen to have a phone of their own?
Neurosurgeon Dr. Ian Armstrong joins The Doctors conversation to discuss the physiological changes that social media is causing, particularly on the teenage brain.
Is your child spending too much time glued to their phone or tablet?
The Doctors discuss helicopter kids, the kids of baby boomers who are becoming controlling and smothering of their elderly parents.
The Doctors share a study which found that parents who listen to the same music as their kids tend to bond with their children more.