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Magnetic therapy may reverse concussion symptoms says Study

Magnetic therapy may reverse concussion symptoms Study

Stress leads to Facebook addiction says Study

Stress leads to Facebook addiction Study

Post Marriage Careers of Indian TV Celebrities

Tv Couples Career post Marriage

5 Good Books to Read After Losing a Loved One

When you lose a loved one, it can feel like the world is closing in around you and that no one understands quite what you’re going through.

Would More Medical Marijuana Lead to Less Opioid Use?

The Doctors are joined by neuroscientist and medical cannabis expert Dr. Adie Wilson-Poe and addiction specialists Ken Seeley to discuss whether more access to medical marijuana can help curb our nation’s opioid addiction.

Can Psychedelic Drugs Curb an Antidepressant Dependency?

The Doctors examine whether micro-dosing psychedelic drugs like LSD can be used instead of antidepressants.

The Possible Dangers of Micro-Dosing LSD

Some claim taking small amounts of LSD can help treat depression and The Doctors discuss the possible negative side effects and potential lasting dangers of using psychedelic drugs for this type of mental health issue.

Former MLB Player Mike Marjama Opens up about His Eating Disorder

Former MLB baseball player Mike Marjama comes to The Doctors to share how he battled an eating disorder that nearly derailed his career.

How Former MLB Baseball Player Reveals How He Dealt with His Eating Disorder

Former MLB baseball player Mike Marjama shares how he treated and addressed his eating disorder, which at one point, caused him to lose 14 pounds in just 4 days.

Is the Opioid Epidemic Robbing Kids of their Innocence?

The Doctors discuss how the opioid epidemic has ravaged communities across the country, including the lives of children. Does the panel and Kevin Lorson, creator of HOPE Curriculum, think the epidemic is getting better or worse?

Can a Moderation Approach to Drugs and Alcohol Successfully Treat Addiction?

Addiction expert Dr. Adi Jaffe, author of “The Abstinence Myth,” explains how his moderation approach to treating addiction might be right for certain people.

A New Approach to Overcoming Addiction?

Could a new way to treat addiction â€" where the individual does not completely give up certain substances â€" work for some individuals struggling?

Brain Laser Treatments for Depression?

The Doctors welcome psychiatrist Dr. Theodore Henderson and psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow to explain how lasers are being used on the brain to treat depression.

Turning The Tables on Anorexia

Anorexia nearly killed her. Now, she's hitting back with a new book celebrating body acceptance and happiness. Special thanks to Bodyposipanda.

The Possible Reasons behind the Depression and Anxiety Spike in Teens

Katherine Reynolds Lewis, the author of “The Good News about Bad Behavior,” shares possible reasons why there has been such an alarming rise in depression and anxiety in teens and children. Find out some of the mistakes parents might be making.

Depression and Anxiety in One-Third of Teens?

The Doctors discuss the alarming rates of depression and anxiety found in one-third of teens with Katherine Reynolds Lewis, author of “The Good News about Bad Behavior.”

Alcoholism Linked to Protein in the Brain?

The Doctors discuss a study which claims a protein in the brain causes a tolerance to alcohol and may lead to some people developing alcoholism.

Calm a Panic Attack in 3 Easy Steps

Do you suffer from panic attacks? Psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli, who shares he too deals with panic attacks, joins The Doctors to discuss how to possibly prevent the attacks in three easy ways without taking medication.

How Jenifer Lewis Reclaimed Her Life from Bipolar Disorder

Jenifer Lewis, actress and author of “The Mother of Black Hollywood,” shares how she successfully deals with her bipolar disorder. Plus, she reveals the special spot in her home that brings her peace.

How to Control Your Rage

The Doctors are joined by psychotherapist and author of “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Act & Be Happy” Dr. Mike Dow to share his tips that could help to calm you in moments of extreme anger.

How Long Should You Take Antidepressants For?

The Doctors welcome psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli to answer a viewer question about antidepressants, including how long they should be taken and the safest way to go off the medication.

Fighting Hijab Stereotypes

Social media star Leah Vernon is embracing herself and shedding the societal restrictions placed around women who wear hijabs. Special thanks to Leah Vernon.

Could Paying Someone a Compliment Boost YOUR Self-Esteem?

The Doctors discuss how giving others compliments can actually boost your own self-esteem.

What Has Eating Cleanser Done to Woman’s Body?

For over ten years, Kim says she has been eating and sniffing kitchen cleanser. The Doctors sent her to gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sachar, who found damage to her body from years of ingesting bleach and chlorine.

Is Woman’s Obsession with Sugar an Actual "Addiction"?

Neuroscientist Dr. Nicole Avena, author of “Why Diets Fail,” weighs in on Melissa’s compulsive relationship to sugar and what she can do moving forward.

How Eating Too Much Sugar Affected This Woman’s Health

The Doctors send Melissa to nutritionist Dr. Melina Jampolis to see how Melissa’s extreme sugar binges may have been affecting her health.

Is Your Sugar Addiction This Bad?

The Doctors revisit Melissa’s sweet tooth for the ‘private obsessions’ special. Melissa said she could not stop eating sugar all day long, consuming 282-pounds of sugar every year.

Meet a Woman Who Pulled out All of Her Hair

15 million people suffer from the hair pulling disorder also known as trichotillomania. The Doctors revisit Valerie who started pulling her hair out at 12 years old.

Is Your Depression Getting Worse with a Therapy App?

Social media can lead to feelings of depression, so is using a therapy app on your phone the best way to deal with the problem?

HuffPost Listens | Have the Budget Cuts Had An Impact On You?

Government funding for Birmingham City Council has almost been cut in half since 2010, with services disrupted or cut to make up for the shortfall of money. HuffPost UK listened to the people of Birmingham to see how the cuts had affected them personally.