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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.
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Most kids are picky eaters now and then, but for Sandra's son Michael, he is afraid of almost every food imaginable.
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!
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.
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.
In a Doctors exclusive, "Southern Charm" star Jennifer Snowden is opening up about her pregnancy scare. After 15 weeks, she was curious about what the baby looked like and went for a 4-D scan, where they discovered her baby had an encephalocele, which is a rare neural tube defect that results in part of the brain partially extruded through the skull. Doctors told her if her baby survived that there was a possibility that round the clock care would be required and that walking, speaking, bowel control and most types of independence would be challenging.
Veterinarian Dr. Arvid Edward, star of Amazon's "Pet Doctors of Atlanta" joins The Doctors to discuss the disturbing reports of pet owners abusing their pets in order to get their hands on the painkiller Tramadol, which they then take themselves. Watch: Can Your Pet Make You Sick?
According to estimates, over 400,000 people have multiple sclerosis in the United States and one person battling the disabling brain and spinal cord disease joins The Doctors to share her inspiring journey and message of never giving up.
One 18 year old girl is allegedly suing her parents because of the hundreds of embarrassing and intimate photos they have posted of her over the years...and refuse to remove from Facebook. "Are we in a day and age where we are posting too much?," ER physician Dr. Travis Stork wonders. As kids are becoming adults, they have the right to ask for their embarrassing photos to come down.
Tracking weight loss or steps has become a popular form of self-care, but The Doctors discuss a new tracker designed to track the pelvic floor muscles in your vagina. OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry tried out the Perifit tracker and she describes her first impression of the device as being "a little larger than I thought it was going to be!" In order to track your muscles, you download an app onto your phone, and the device is paired to your phone through Bluetooth.
The Doctors have some buzz-worthy news that is bound to make reading much more exciting! In addition to being hands-free, water-proof and has the ability to be controlled from long distances by your smart phone (or someone else's smartphone if that's what you're into!), the self-pleasuring device can also be synched to your favorite erotic audiobook. The company boasts a library of over 500 erotic books that will link up to the device.
Could the key to help battle addiction be a healthy relationship? The Doctors are joined by author and activist Christopher Kennedy Lawford, who wrote "When Your Partner Has an Addiction: How Compassion Can Transform Your Relationship (and Heal You Both in the Process)," to speak about how an interpersonal relationship can help people struggling with addiction. Christopher, who is a nephew of President John F. Kennedy, has fought his own battles with addiction, says that addiction can flourish in isolation and people who work on their struggles with a loved one often times have a better outcome than those who go at it alone.
Hypnosis is a popular method used by people trying to quit smoking, to reduce anxiety, or for weight loss. Hypnotherapist Lisa Machenberg has worked with thousands of kids. Psychotherapist and addiction specialist Dr. Mike Dow also weighs in on the dangers of using hypnosis on kids.
Now 26, she joins The Doctors to share more about her health scare. When her first stroke hit her, she tells The Doctors that she felt "dizzy and disoriented" while sitting in class and she thought she might have just been tired. A fellow classmate turned to her and said, "I think you just had a seizure," but Sarah didn't believe that was even a possibility.
Rats are bad enough, but are rats mutating into giant sized rodents!? The Doctors and professional exterminator Nick Isaac examine the growing vermin problem. A recent viral photo shared by a pest exterminator showed a 16-inch and 19-inch rat he caught on the job, causing many to wonder if giant rats the new normal? Nick shares the shocking fact that 21 million homes during the winter are infested with rats and confirms that most pests, including rats, continue to grow in size and adapt to the poison we use to kill them.
Linda received the ultimate neighborly gift from Teri, the gift of life. Teri joins The Doctors to share the story of how a neighborhood app helped bring them together and save Linda's life. After learning about Linda's health problems via the Nextdoor app, Teri, a neighbor, donated a portion of her liver to Linda and the community rallied together through the app to help support these brave women during their recovery.
A normal day for Melissa turned into a nightmare when an animal bite led to her losing her arm. Melissa was bitten by a raccoon and her arm became severely infected. During her recovery, Melissa's physician - orthopedic hand surgeon Dr. Ajay Seth - learned of an amazing new type of prosthetic that is able to be controlled by the patient's brain and experiences sensations and the feeling of touch.
The toilet seat might not seem like the cleanest item in your home, but it turns out what you sit on while doing your business is actually much cleaner than many things you come in contact with every day. ER physician Dr. Travis Stork unfortunately informs the audiences that there is 700 percent more bacteria on carpet compared to a toilet seat, according to a recent study. Most PJs are dirtier than a toilet seat, due to people not washing them frequently enough.
The following material contains mature subject matter and may not be suitable for young audiences. If you or your man is suffering from a low testosterone or libido levels, a new study about the use of bright lights could help. A recent study found that men with sexual arousal disorder who were exposed to a bright light every day for 30 minutes - similar to ones used to treat Seasonal affective disorder - experienced an increase in their levels of testosterone.
Jill and Dr. Fisher join The Doctors 2 months after her surgery, where she shares, "Oh my God, I feel great! I'm feeling confident. Dr. Fisher warns that scars are a definite possibility with this type of surgery, but that he goes out of his way to minimize the size and length of the scars.
The two main reasons women seek out female rejuvenation are externally making the labia more aesthetically appealing, and tightening procedures typically performed on older women post-childbirth. Dr. Landry shares that there are certain medical conditions where vaginal rejuvenation would be appropriate for teens, for instance if there's irritation or difficulty with physical activity, or if they can't keep the hygiene up with their menstrual periods because their labia are too large. Overall the feeling among The Doctors is sadness at this jump.
We've all had a boss that we didn't enjoy working for, but has your boss ever been a psychopath?
Miranda and her mother Julie have come to The Doctors seeking guidance and help to transform their eating habits in hopes of reversing their health issues. Miranda says the bullying from other kids has become a "daily routine" for her.
Jeff Scot Philips worked for 7 years in the food and weight loss industry, which is filled with a lot of lies and corruption. Jeff started in the industry with a health food delivery company. As it grew, he brought on investors and started a manufacturing company making health food for other brands.
Diamond has come to The Doctors to get answers and hopefully help with her beard, something she has to shave every day. The 23-year-old began developing facial hair while in high school and was constantly teased by other kids about it.
Jamie-Lynn Sigler came forward this earlier this year about her 15-year battle with multiple sclerosis and she's with The Doctors to share how she has not let her disease stop her from living her best life. The 35-year-old star, who has appeared in a slew of TV and film projects since stepping into the spotlight on "The Sopranos," tells The Doctors that she's honored to be an advocate for others with MS.
The Doctors have a very special visitor who helping to make the lives of sick kids a little better. The one and only Norbert, the 3-pound therapy dog, who is known for his doggie high-fives, joins ER physician Dr. Travis Stork and Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon on the panel along with his owner Julie. With close to a million followers on social media, the tiny guy is doing very important work with sick patients in need of a little furry friend who can make them smile.
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