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Sex Rooms in Hospitals?

In an effort to set the mood and encourage couples to get pregnant, some hospitals in China offer couples a room with a bed, exotic art, sex toys and instruction tapes.

Aged Delicacies?

How long does food last before it goes bad? While preservatives keep some food looking the same long after its prime, some foods get better with age.


A Riverside, Calif., man has saved a fast-food hamburger he bought in 1999 for 14 years. Find out why he's kept it for so long.


The Doctors conduct a blind taste test of aged cheeses.


Germs: How Long Can They Live on Surfaces?
Parents always want to know how long surfaces in their houses will be contaminated after their child’s friends come over with a cold, pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears says. He explains that it can vary, depending on the virus and the type of surface.

The Doctors Investigate: The Juicing Health Craze
There are many benefits of the juicing health craze, but many fresh-pressed vegetable and fruit juices are not pasteurized. The pasteurization process kills bacteria such as E. coli and salmonella.The Doctors' investigative reporter Melanie Woodrow visits a lab to research the risks and benefits of juicing.


See the results after the lab tested non-pasteurized juices and milks for bacteria for three days after they were purchased.


ER physician Dr. Travis Stork demonstrates what happens when you get food poisoning, and how to prevent it.

 

Corrective Procedures: How Long Do the Results Last?


Cosmetic dentist Dr. Karent Sierra, known for her role on The Real Housewives of Miami, explains how long dental procedures, such as teeth-whitening and veneers, should last.


Viewer Cami asks why her vision seems to be getting worse after having laser eye surgery. Opthamologist Dr. Kerry Assil explains how the surgery works and how Cam's vision could change.

When Morning Sickness Lasts All Day

A new study shows that pregnant women with severe morning sickness are at increased risk for pre-eclampsia, which is high blood pressure and excess protein in the urine after 20 weeks of pregnancy. The study found that women who need hospital treatment before 12 weeks are 20 percent more likely to suffer pre-eclampsia. OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains how pre-eclampsia affects the body.

Outlast Your Cravings


Dr. Sears says you can overcome a craving by recognizing what it is. "It's a craving. It's not real hunger," he says. "I call it emotional hunger."


Dr. Travis explains what happens in your brain when you crave certain foods, and how to decode your cravings.

The Benefits of Exercise 

You've been working out regularly, but how long will your efforts last if you're sidelined by an illness, work or travel?

That Song

The Doctors can't seem to get Gloria Gaynor's I Will Survive out of their heads. What causes a song to get stuck in your head, and how can you make it go away?

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