The Doctors May 23 2016 Recap
According to a recent report, someone’s identity is stolen every two seconds. As terrifying as that statistic is, there are ways you can protect your personal information, so pay close attention to what tips were shared. Then, the parents who created the Champ Foundation explained why families affected by Pearson Syndrome desperately needed an organization to support them.
Drs: Molly Sims Importance Of Being Nice + Prevent Identity Theft
Supermodel Molly Sims joined the show to take part in The Doctors‘ discussion of hot headlines, including the shocking number of identity fraud victims and how you can protect yourself from fraud.
The Drs: Reduce Stress + Chalk Addict Update & Pearson Syndrome
The Doctors then revealed simple ways you can reduce stress and take care of your health. Plus, an update on the nurse who was so addicted to chalk, she would eat several boxes of it a day. Then, the parents of a little boy with Pearson Syndrome opened up about how the diagnosis changed their lives and why they knew they had to start the Champ Foundation.
The Drs: Cancer Treatment Breakthroughs + America’s Fittest City
Dr Freda Lewis-Hall joined Dr Travis Stork to talk about the latest breakthroughs in cancer research and what it means for anyone affected by the devastating disease. Plus, what city was named America’s fittest?