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Summer with The Doctors

The Doctors kicks off a new season! See how The Doctors spent their summer and find out who hit the surf, who walked the red carpet and who had a bittersweet goodbye

Check Out the Summer Fun!


Sporty Stork
Emergency room physician Dr. Travis Stork shows off one of his favorite hobbies -- mountain biking!

Go Off Road with Dr.Travis!

Swine Flu Scare
As the CDC races to produce enough swine flu vaccines, fears of another, more widespread epidemic grow. Those at risk – children, pregnant women, the elderly and those with underlying medical conditions are encouraged to get the vaccine. Bottom line, if you're sick, stay home!
Important Information for Pregnant Women about Vaccines

Tanning Bed Warning
Mustard gas, arsenic and … tanning beds? Experts have elevated tanning beds to one of the deadliest cancer-causing agents, citing that exposure to which can increase a person’s risk of developing skin cancer by 75 percent.

Try a Safer Tanning Alternative

Junk Food Junkie -- BUSTED!
Three of the Fab Four Doctors go undercover to bust one of their own’s bad eating habits. Junk food junkies, beware! Your house might be next. Check out the kitchen ambush and stand by to receive vital ammo in the battle of the bulge.

Watch the Kitchen Raid!

Boy or Girl?
OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson answers the age-old question: Can moms-to-be tell if they’re having a boy or a girl based on whether they’re carrying high or low in the belly. Dr. Lisa says there’s really no way to tell, unless a doctor performs an ultrasound.
Watch and Find Out!

Schoolhouse Rock
School is back in session, so pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears pays a visit to the Hollywood Schoolhouse with tips to help keep kids healthy. But he has his hands full with their questions!

School in Session


Watch out Botox, there’s a new filler in town. Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon debuts the latest cosmetic injectable to hit the market, which claims to last longer, be less expensive, and make you look better.

Watch the Procedure


Ask Our Docs
You're never too young to start asking your doctor questions! Nine-year-old Jonah asks pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears why veins are blue if blood is supposed to be red.

The Color of Blood



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