The Doctors April 12 2016 Recap
On Tuesday April 12, The Doctors welcomed attorney Areva Martin who contributed to their conversation about a first grader who allegedly physically and sexually assaulted a female classmate on the school bus. Should a child that young be held accountable for their actions? Can they even be prosecuted at such a young age? Then, actress Janet Hubert joined the show to open up about her fight to find answers for her mysterious and devastating health struggle.
Drs: Kleptomania After Surgery + First Grader Guilty Of Assault?
Is it really possible for someone to develop kleptomania after surgery? One woman in Brazil reportedly became a kleptomaniac after undergoing plastic surgery. Dr Andrew Ordon wanted to explain things a little more clearly before people begin to change their minds about going under the knife. Then, how should an assault case involving a first grader be handled?
The Doctors: Janet Hubert Revealed Struggle With TMJ & Jaw Pain
Janet Hubert, best known for her role as “Aunt Viv” in Fresh Prince, joined The Doctors to discuss her mysterious condition. She explained what painful symptoms nearly caused her to want to end her life, and how she was finally able to find answers and relief.
Drs: Dark Chin Hairs + Tricks To Stay Motivated For Weight Loss
Dr Sonia Batra then joined the show once again, this time to explain why, unfortunately, many women are forced to peer into a mirror and check for random, dark, coarse chin hairs. Then, Dr Travis Stork took a closer look at manageable tips and tricks to help you stay motivated to lose weight. Don’t throw in the towel just yet, until you’ve tried these easy and effective motivators!