ER Doctor and fitness enthusiast Dr. Jedidiah Ballard joins The Doctors to explore the latest celebrity exercise craze, Morph Shred. Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman volunteers to join him and try it out!
200 million Americans take dietary supplements and the industry generates more than 35 billion dollars annually in the U.S. alone. The Doctors’ producer Leslie takes on supplements that promise to give users a better booty – with no weight gain or side-effects, all results permanent. With a quick online search, Leslie finds hundreds of pill manufacturers – and one was happy to talk her through the whole process.
Parents are advised that these images may not be suitable for young children. Almost 2 million people underwent plastic surgery last year in the U.S. – but reportedly almost 20 percent of them may not be happy with the results. Angie visited The Doctors last year because she was devastated by the results of her surgery to remove excess skin.
Labor can be stressful, but for women in prison, it’s a completely different experience. There are 12,000 pregnant women behind bars every year in the U.S. – and The Doctors examine the story of one woman who gave birth while incarcerated, Maria. “My hand got swollen because the cuff just got tighter and tighter on my hand.” When Maria’s daughter was born, she was allowed to hold her for two minutes before the baby was taken away.
Cupping is an ancient practice, widely believed to increase blood flow and stimulate muscle recovery.The latest trend takes it further – to the face. Some celebrities are reportedly having their faces cupped to plump the skin before a big event.
Pomegranates don't just provide the perfect crunch on salads - they offer a slew of health benefits. The juicy seeds contain antioxidants that help stave off the hardening of arteries and prevent muscle soreness. Watch the video to learn about more.
If you love yogurt, give kefir a try. It's super good for gut health, and its probiotics provide a slew of other health benefits, including supporting mental health. Watch the video to learn more.
You don’t need a fancy fitness membership or lots of free time to become your best, fittest self. In fact, it’s possible to complete a super-effective, fat-burning HIIT workout in less than 30 minutes, in your own living room.
Neurologist Dr. Joel Salinas joins The Doctors to explain why, and to tell us about his own extreme reaction to the pain of others. “We all have this system in our brain called the ‘mirror touch system,’ where it combines our vision and touch senses,” he tells The Doctors. “They have what’s called ‘mirror touch synesthesia,’ where that activity is so high that you actually literally feel it on your own body, as if it was happening to you,” explains Dr. Salinas.
ANT’s career has been stellar – but behind the laughs, he was coping with personal pain. From a stint on “The Last Comic Standing,” ANT progressed to a show of his own: “The US of ANT.” He hosted VH1’s “Celebrity Fit Club” as well. “I was making millions of dollars a year,” ANT says.
The following material contains mature subject matter. Sexual Health Educator Emmalinda MacLean and Sex Therapist Dr. Fran Walfish join The Doctors to discuss a controversial sex education book for young children. Dr. Fran agrees that sex education is important, but feels this book has a mismatch between the childish illustrations and the information it contains.
Get in shape without spending a cent! Ob/Gyn Dr. Nita Landry and ER Physician Dr. Travis Stork have tips on how to get a great workout without paying gym fees.
Commercial energy drinks have once again been linked to heart health concerns—this time by a study published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association. And it's not the fault of caff...
When it comes time to dispose of your leftover or expired medicines, you might be tempted to just toss unused pills into the trash—20 percent of people got rid of their meds this way, according t...
When Richard Paulson, M.D., was training to specialize in fertility medicine, he offered a long list of diagnostic tests to couples trying to become parents. Some were allergy tests; others invol...
Health experts are troubled by the recent increase in the U.S. of Candida auris, a potentially deadly yeast infection found to be resistant to treatment. Invasive Candida—or yeast—bloodstream inf...