Best Cures for Your Worst Problems
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Bad sex, ugly scars, excess fat? The Doctors reveal the best solutions for your worst problems.

The Triplets' Baby Questions

Triplets Jaclyn, Nicole and Erica, wife of The Doctors executive producer Jay McGraw, ask pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears their questions about their 1-year-old girls, Chanel, Charlie and Avery. Plus, hear a special announcement from the McGraw family!

The triplets ask their parenting questions.

Find out if Avery will have a baby brother or sister!

• Get your body back after pregnancy with the triplets' 3, 2, 1 ... Get Your Body Back!
• Learn more about 3, 2, 1 ... Get Your Body Back!
• To check out The Triplets' swaddle blanket design, click here.

Meet The Sears Family

  When you have a medical question about your kids, Dr. Sears and his entire family of pediatricians are a great resource. The Portable Pediatrician by Dr. Bob, Dr. Bill, Dr. Jim Sears and Martha Sears, R.N., explains everything parents need to know about their child's health and when to worry.

How One Man Lost 100 Pounds in 60 Days
Joe Cross, star and director of the documentary Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead, was 100 pounds overweight and suffering from autoimmune disease. He decided to take action and embarked on a trip through the United States with one goal in mind: to get off his medication and live a balanced lifestyle. On his journey he drank only raw fruit and vegetable juices for two months, and now, 100 pounds lighter, Joe is healthy and loving life."As I traveled across the country, what I gained was far more than what I lost. And I learned that the best way to change the world is to change yourself," Joe says.

Twenty-four-year-old Kendra doesn't like vegetables, but admits she often eats chicken nuggets and French fries. Joe shows her how juicing fruits and vegetables is a healthy and delicious way to consume them.

Drink to Your Health
One glass of red wine contains polyphenols, which have been shown to promote heart health. But drinking a glass of Penfolds' new variety of red wine doubles the benefits! This new selection has a higher level of resveratrol, to increase the benefits in a single glass.

And, this is one wine you can feel even better about sipping! Fifty percent of the profits are directed to the Global Fund to invest in African AIDS programs.

"Just remember ladies, only one glass," says OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masteron.

Ask an Endocrinologist
Endocrinologist Dr. Katja Van Herle answers questions about hormones and how they affect the body.

Jennipher is concerned about her low libido. Can it be treated?

Lety asks the difference between hyper and hypothyroidism.
Learn why blood sugar levels plummet after working out.

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