The Doctors welcome Ujimaa Medics co-founder Amika Tendaji who is an advocate of teaching children life-saving skills to use in the event of gun violence.
Would you take your toddler bungee jumping?
Are children too young to be taught the skills and techniques used for gunshot victims?
On an average day, roughly 320 people are victims to gun violence in the U.S. and 46 of them are children and teens. The Doctors discuss a controversial idea to put the jobs of saving lives into the hands of children.
The Doctors continue their discussion with Ujimaa Medics co-founder Amika Tendaji and Suzan Johnson Cook, Dr. of Ministry, Former Ambassador, International Religious Freedom about teaching kids how to handle gun violence.
The Doctors discuss the case of a child who swallowed part of a fidget spinner. Find out what doctors had to do to remove the toy.
Roaches, stink bugs and ticks, oh my! How you can protect your home from creepy crawlers this spring! Then, could a simple blood test determine how likely you are to develop Alzheimer’s? Researchers say it can!
The Doctors issue a warning about putting a whole egg into the microwave.
A 64-year-old man was allegedly “CUI” (cooking under the influence) and while searching for kitchen utensils, fell over towards the kitchen counter, and pierced his eye on a panhandle!
The Doctors discuss the case of a man who was impaled by the handle of a cooking pan. Eye surgeon Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler explains how the man miraculously did not lose his vision after this harrowing accident.