The Doctors July 12 2016 Recap
A teen allegedly took her life because of symptoms related to a WiFi allergy. The girl was reportedly sensitive to the internet connection at her school, but is it even possible to be allergic to WiFi? Then, a man opened up about his mom’s battle with Alzheimer’s and the film that captured the downward spiral of her health. Finally, could you be experiencing Bieber guilt?
Drs: Bieber Guilt + Boost Language Development & Allergic To WiFi
Bieber guilt is a real phenomenon, but psychotherapy Stacy Kaiser argued that you actually shouldn’t feel guilty at all! Then, a closer look at the device that claims to encourage language development in young children, and the expert who argues it’s entirely possible to be allergic to WiFi.
Drs: Sharing Family Connection To Alzheimer’s + Music As Therapy
Then, in a beautiful video about what it’s really like to live with a family member with Alzheimer’s, one man shared his personal connection to the disease. He also showed the real effect music can have on those living with dementia.
The Drs: Driving Personality Type + Is Your Dog Hugging You Back?
If you had to classify your personality type based solely on how you drive, where would you stand? Then, is your dog really hugging you back or merely tolerating your affection?