The Doctors discuss controversial Instagram star Eugenia Cooney, whose thin frame has caused many to worry she could be suffering from an eating disorder. The Doctors note that Eugenia has never come forward saying she has any type of eating disorder, but worry that some of her followers have expressed their desire to be as thin as she is. Doctors guest Rosie Mercado, who was criticized for her weight and also when she lost weight, believes that social media stars have a responsibility to their followers to put out a positive message.
Yvonne has come to The Doctors asking to help give her older sister Marivi a makeover. The Doctors enlisted the help of a Hollywood glam squad to help transform Marivi and hopefully bring her some much-needed joy. Marivi is suffering from weight gain and chronic pain, in addition to dealing with a divorce.
The sisters, who are also both diabetic, tell The Doctors that their snoring is affecting their relationships. Jan feels like relationships have fallen apart due to the snoring and now her grandchildren do not want to sleep in the same room with her when she visits because it’s too loud. “I feel the snoring is isolating me from my family and friends,” Jan shares.
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Ob/Gyn Dr. Nita Landry is no fan of healthy food – but will she be won over by ER Physician Dr. Travis Stork’s super-nutritious guacamole?
Could you suffer from narcolepsy – and not even know it!? Learn the truth about a disease that affects about 200,000 people in the U.S. Sufferers can experience excessive daytime sleepiness, sleep paralysis, muscle weakness, hallucinations when falling asleep or waking up, and disrupted sleep. • Do people with narcolepsy sleep all the time?
The Doctors bring in pulmonary and sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta to try and explain this horrifying case. “Alcohol will knock you out, it will make you sleep quicker, but on the first half of the night you don’t get what is called REM sleep,” he says, explaining that in the second part of the night you do have more REM sleep.
Shawn says he was so addicted to cigarettes that he kept smoking after he was diagnosed with cancer. Today Shawn works with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Tips from Former Smokers Campaign, helping others quit smoking. “My brother and one of my sisters died from complications of diabetes, which were made worse by smoking,” she says.
Grammy-winner Kelly Rowland knows how new moms feel – because she is one. “Whoa Baby!” aims to offer an honest look at new motherhood – and Kelly’s shocked expression on the cover says it all! “I’m so excited to be here – I’m such a fan of the show!” Kelly tells ER Physician Dr. Travis Stork.
PseudoBulbar Affect (PBA) is a little-known disorder, but it affects about two million people in the U.S. Those affected are subject to sudden episodes of uncontrollable laughing or crying unrelated to their actual feelings. Dyanna suffered a stroke five years ago. UCLA Professor of Psychiatry and Aging Dr. Gary Small joins The Doctors to explain PBA.
Nutrition trend expert Max Lugavere rejoins The Doctors to reveal which trendy foods are actually good for your – and which ones don’t belong on your plate. ER Physician Dr. Travis Stork tells Max, “I both love it and hate it when you come on the show, because I’m always a little bit scared about the trends you’re going to try to make us eat!” Max laughs, “We couldn’t have a better subject for you guys to taste today!” He’s brought along big bowls of natto, a fermented soybean product, for them to sample. Natto is popular in Japan.
Dr. Edward tells The Doctors about a two-year-old beagle named Rex who chased a rabbit in a park and returned to his owner with a bloody nose. Initially, the owner and vet failed to see the underlying issue and put little Rex on medications. When bleeding persisted, a CT scan revealed the dog had a 5-inch long stick lodged in his nose! Thankfully, they successfully removed the stick and Rex is doing much better.
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With boundless loyalty, playfulness, and cuddles, a dog can be a kid’s best friend. And this is especially true for Carter, who suffers from vitiligo.
More than 8,500 people get diagnosed with skin cancer daily, making it the most common types of cancer in the U.S.! One 45-year-old mom named Mags spent too much time worshiping the sun and tanning beds, until her doc discovered pre-cancerous cells. Documenting her day-by-day journey on Facebook, Mags used the medical creams meant to burn off those pre-cancerous cells from her face and body.
Is changing your voice to sound more like Kylie Jenner the secret to landing a man? One YouTube speech specialist sure thinks so. The Doctors weigh in!
Teens and young people have been killing themselves or making suicide attempts and live-streaming the event via social media. Psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli joins The Doctors to discuss the phenomenon and how to prevent it. “The fact that live-stream suicides are becoming, in a way, a new norm – very disturbing,” says ER Physician Dr. Travis Stork.