The Doctors May 15, 2014 Recap
The Doctors had a great show May 15, 2014, covering health issues as varied as Scoliosis, Eyelid Ptosis, Hidradenitis Suppurativa, and Acute Myelogenous Leukemia. Plus, a tearful reunion between two couples who swapped kidneys.
The Doctors: Schoolyard Fight Health Risks & Mean Bosses More Effective?
The Doctors talked to a 16-year-old boy whose cheekbone was shattered in a schoolyard fight and discussed a new study that says mean bosses might be more effective than nice bosses.
The Drs TV: What Is Scoliosis? Procedure To Fix A Tethered Spinal Cord
The Doctors talked to a boy with scoliosis whose doctors advised he get a spinal fusion procedure. However, it turned out that he needed a different procedure. A second opinion saved him from being paralyzed forever.
The Drs TV: What Is Eyelid Ptosis? Procedure To Correct Droopy Eyelids
A woman named Martha told The Doctors about how her droopy eyelids were costing her the ability to see in her upper visual range. She underwent a procedure to fix them.
The Doctors: What Is Hidradenitis Suppurativa? Mysterious Skin Cysts
Dr. Disgusting helped a man with a horrible skin condition called Hidradenitis Suppurativa.
The Doctors: What Is Acute Myelogenous Leukemia? The Noodle Chronicles
The Doctors talked to a couple whose son got Acute Myelogenous Leukemia when he was just five and a half months old. Find out what happened next and how he survived the cancer.
The Doctors: Kidney Donation Reunion & The Live Donor Exchange Program
Two couples who participated the live kidney donor exchange program met for the first time on The Doctors stage on May 15, 2014. See what happened when they had their tearful meeting.