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In the Bay Area, “The Doctors” even has a prime-time slot, on KICU (8 p.m. Both it and “The Doctors” follow in the footsteps of physicians-turned-news reporters like Sanjay Gupta, who has gained fame as a CNN correspondent and has been nominated for U. “We’re dispensing medical advice for everybody,” says Andrew Scher, a co-executive producer of “The Doctors.” The hosts on “The Doctors” occasionally remind viewers that the show is a supplement, not a replacement, for actual visits to a doctor. Most syndicated series are lucky to last a year, but “The Doctors” has already received a renewal order for the 2009-10 season.
Recent episodes have addressed everything from stuffy noses and high blood pressure to lap-band surgery and tooth whitening.
Only Aaron knows that for sure, but based upon what he has told me, I don’t think so.And the doctors, who refer to one another by their first names, try to present material in visual ways.Sears, for instance, treated his own son for lice on camera.Social media can be a troublesome thing for anyone when they are trying to focus on just themselves because it can be one mean comment and that can knock you down when you're trying to deal with possible medical issues and I can see the pain in Aaron's eyes regarding some of the negativity about him. He can’t put weight on and he acknowledges he has a problem with eating. Sometimes eating makes him feel sick and there are a few signs of having an eating disorder.But on top of that, there’s a lot of worries about potential mental illness and that’s what we always tell people.
Too Fab spoke to "The Doctors" host Travis Lane Stork just before Wednesday's airing to learn why the 29-year-old pop star decided to seek help, what the doctors did to diagnose his mental and physical illnesses and the advice he has for the many people who are struggling with similar symptoms.