The Doctors discuss the overnight challenge, where young people sneak into stores and attempt to hide for the entire night and then share the experience on social media. Are there any safety concerns or dangers involved in this challenge?
Facial recognition technology is not cheap and The Doctors weigh in on the cost of using this type of tech at schools.
The Doctors discuss a New York school district using facial recognition software to check each student’s face against a database of expelled students, sex offenders and other possible threats.
The Doctors discuss the case of a student being charged with a felony for recording a conversation with a principal. Do they think the student’s action warranted a felony charge?
New facial recognition technology is being used on students at schools, and The Doctors discuss whether there are any drawbacks to this attempt at keeping kids safe.
Pediatrician Dr. Katherine Williamson, Vice-President of the Orange County Chapter of The American Academy of Pediatrics, shares tips on how to keep possible toxins from food and containers away from your children.
After watching a video of a woman eating raw ground beef, The Doctors issue a strong warning against consuming uncooked meat.
The Doctors welcome pediatrician Dr. Katherine Williamson to discuss the American Academy of Pediatrics’ new warning about possible chemicals and additives that could possibly be harmful.
The Doctors are joined by Kailie and Austin, teenagers who know first-hand the importance of the Heimlich maneuver after Kallie began choking on a coin and was saved by Austin.
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!