The Road to Better Health
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Road Tripping
The Doctors tackle your biggest concerns when taking a road trip.


Family medicine physician Dr. Rachael Ross shares natural remedies to combat car sickness.


How much sleep do you really need before getting behind the wheel? Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears has the answer.

Catching ZZZs
The road to good health begins at bedtime!


Sleep-induced amnesia? The Doctors explain this strange phenomenon.

La-La Land
From the sparkling lights of Hollywood Boulevard to the decadent shopping on Rodeo Drive, The Doctors take a tour through the City of Angels.


From a racy celebrity snapshot to a controversial reality star prank, Dr. Sears gets to the bottom of the latest celebrity gossip buzzing around town.


Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon helps a
former ballerina regain her dancer physique by removing an unsightly bulging bump, just in time for swimsuit season! This video contains footage from a live surgical procedure. Viewer discretion is advised.


Tornado Alley
Amy, 42, became partially paralyzed when she heroically served as a human shield to protect her two children as a tornado hit her home in Hendersonville, Tennessee in 2006. While her two children survived with little to no injury, Amy sustained a concussion, brain damage and spinal cord injury as a result of the force of the tornado, which also destroyed her home. She says she now experiences daily pain and has been told she needs another surgery to replace two screws that have come loose in her back. Amy and her husband, Jerrod, join The Doctors to share their story of bravery in the face of great danger.

“So much has changed since the tornado hit,” Amy says. “I’m not able to do so many things that I used to be able to do. I want to still be the mom that I was before.”


Amy describes her current prognosis and whether doctors believe she’ll ever walk again. Plus, The Doctors have a surprise for her!

Sin Cities
From the sights and sounds of Las Vegas Boulevard to the no-holds-barred antics on Bourbon Street, The Doctors share important information you need to know before your next trip.


New safety restrictions were put in place for this year’s Mardi Gras festival in New Orleans,
but will the rules put a damper on the legendary debauchery?

Bright Lights, Big City
Learn how where you live may affect your health.


Can living in a big city affect your fertility? OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton shares the results of a recent study, which may shed some
light on this possible
connection.


Dr. Ordon explains why a certain fungal infection is more common in tropical cities, like Miami, and how
to keep the condition at bay.


The Doctors travel the New Jersey Turnpike to Dr. Ashton’s neck of the woods, where she helps a young woman experiencing pelvic pain. Find out what may be causing her discomfort.

 

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