The Doctors April 13 2016 Recap
There’s no denying the heroin epidemic that is sweeping our country. But one New York mayor believes a supervised drug facility could be the solution. Is his idea too far fetched and potentially dangerous? Or a radical, potentially life-changing solution? Also, a “bromance” or strong friendship between two men, could actually be good for their health! The Doctors explained how.
The Drs: Bromance Health Benefits + Controversial Plus-Size Ad
The Doctors explained why a bromance could actually be beneficial in terms of health for men, and what it means for buddies Dr Travis Stork and Dr Andrew Ordon! Then, they took a closer look at a controversial plus-size clothing ad that struck a nerve among consumers.
Drs: Addiction Expert Robb Kelly + Supervised Drug Use Facility
Addiction specialist Robb Kelly takes an unconventional approach to treating addicts and alcoholics, but there’s denying that his techniques work. He took part in the conversation about whether a supervised drug use facility could work to combat the heroin epidemic that has already taken too many lives.
Drs: Forgiveness & Emotional Baggage + Pain Relief After Accident
The Doctors then welcomed life strategist Gary Coxe, who helped a woman better understand her emotional baggage. He explained why forgiveness for herself, not the people in her past, was key to moving on and being emotionally free. Then, The Doctors followed a veteran as he underwent several surgeries to relieve chronic pain resulting from a horrific motorcycle accident.