Learn how medical identification bracelets, necklaces and tattoos can assist doctors in providing expedient and correct care if you’re admitted into a hospital.
Natural Remedies for Car Sickness
Family medicine physician Dr. Rachael Ross shares natural remedies for car sickness.
Sleep-induced amnesia? The Doctors explain this strange phenomenon.
Big Cities and Your Biological Clock
Can living in a big city affect your fertility? OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton shares the results of a recent study conducted on birds, which may shed some light on this possible connection.
Treating Tinea Versicolor
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon explains why tinea versicolor, a fungal infection, is more common in tropical cities, like Miami, and how to keep the condition at bay.
New Mardi Gras Laws
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?
How Much Sleep Do You Really Need?
How much sleep do you really need before getting behind the wheel? Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears has the answer.
Pelvic Pain During Intercourse
The Doctors travel down the New Jersey Turnpike to Dr. Ashton’s neck of the woods as she helps a young woman experiencing pelvic pain. Find out what may be causing her discomfort.
Mom Paralyzed by Tornado Part 2
Amy describes her current prognosis and whether doctors believe she’ll ever walk again. Plus, The Doctors have a surprise for her!
Mom Paralyzed by Tornado Part 1
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. Hear her story and learn her prognosis.
Bulging Hip Bump Surgery
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.
Las Vegas Casino Air Rumors
The Doctors tackle the rumor that Las Vegas casinos pump oxygen and pheromones into the air to keep gamblers alert and stimulated. Is this true?
From a racy celebrity snapshot to a controversial reality star prank, pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears gets to the bottom of the latest celebrity gossip buzzing around town.
Learn how what you eat before bed may affect your dreams.
The Doctors weigh in on a homework assignment that had one student answering a hypothetical paternity question about who a pregnant teenager’s “baby daddy” could be.
Cat Bites That Kill?
Learn why being bitten by a cat may be more dangerous than you think.
Struggling with Anorexia
At 5'8 and a skeletal 105 pounds, Ali knows that people think she's too thin, but she says she still needs to lose another 10 to 15 pounds. Diagnosed at age 10 with anorexia nervosa, the 23-year-old restricts her food intake to 700 calories a day and keeps a container in her room in which she purges five to 10 times a day.
Do your teeth feel hot after whitening them? Or icy cold? Dentist Ryan Candelora reveals the two reasons your teeth might feel oversensitive to changes in temperature after you bleach.
Health Complications from Anorexia
Diagnosed at age 10 with anorexia nervosa, Ali restricts her food intake to 700 calories a day. Find out the results of Ali’s medical workup. What serious complications is she facing?
The Doctors reveal three things that can cause your throat to hurt. Then, learn the four things you can do to help soothe it. Plus, discover the four signs that indicate strep throat.
Former Miss America Reaches Out to Anorexia Sufferer
Former Miss America Kirsten Haglund opens up about overcoming anorexia. Can she help save a young woman from the life-threatening eating disorder?
Anorexia Sufferer Makes Tough Decision
Diagnosed at age 10 with anorexia nervosa, Ali restricts her food intake to 700 calories a day. Psychologist Dr. Patricia Pitts joins The Doctors to encourage Ali to make the hard choice to get help for her eating disorder.
Living with Alopecia
Doctors diagnosed hair model and aspiring actress Georgia with alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease that causes hair on the scalp and the body to fall out. Georgia opens up about the many procedures she underwent to try and grow her hair back.
Brave, Bald and Beautiful
Georgia – an aspiring actress who lost her hair to alopecia – meets Danielle, a teen dealing with the same condition. Learn how alopecia causes hair loss and see these two young women without their wigs.
Future Hair Loss Treatments
Hair restoration surgeon Dr. Craig Ziering reveals the latest treatment options being tested for use on hair loss patients.