Your Health A to Z

From A to Z, The Doctors tackle your most pressing health concerns!

Back Pain

Seventy to 85 percent of people will experience back pain at some time in their life. Learn simple tips to beat backaches.


Tända Regenerate Anti-Aging Light Therapy Treatment


Neti pot


More than two-thirds of Americans are overweight. To help you get in shape, Dr. Travis offers his fat-burning tips!

Diaper Rash

If you or your child is suffering from an earache, avoid putting anything, such as your finger or a cotton swab, inside the ear.  If the inside of the ear is dry, itchy or has wax buildup, a drop or two of olive oil can help soothe it and loosen excess wax. If you get your ears wet, be sure to dry them.

Hot Flashes

Dr. Lisa explains why hot flashes happen and offers tips for reducing them.

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
how to prevent it


Jock Itch


Dr. Lisa offers tips for softer, more kissable lips:

• To soothe and restore moisture to lips, rub cucumber slices over them
To seal in hydration, apply milk cream
Increase your daily water intake
Eat more fruits and vegetables

Kidney Stones

what precautions to take

Quit the Whip

Dr. Lisa's Tips for Women

Dr. Lisa gives you the skinny on common issues women suffer:

Menstrual problems
Nipple irritation


Brie cheese Chocolate Soy sauce
Dairy products

Dr. Ordon demonstrates why warts form and how to treat them.

Dr. Jim's Tips for Kids

Dr. Jim explains how to treat common problems your kids may have:

Eye stye
Thumb sucking
Urinary tract infection

A mammography is an X-ray examination of the breast. Dr. Lisa advises to avoid using powders, deodorants or lotions under your arms or on your breasts on the day of a mammogram, because they can appear on the X-ray as a calcification.

"Another really good tip is don't go when you're right on your period or right before your period, because if you've ever had your breasts smushed like a pancake, it'll hurt," Dr. Lisa adds. "Go right after your period."

Yellow Teeth
Are you bothered by yellow teeth? Watch cosmetic dentist Dr. Bill Dorfman's tips for a brighter smile!

From babies to adults, acne can be a problem for people of all ages. Sixty million Americans have active acne and 20 million have permanent acne scars. To prevent pesky pimples, it is important to keep your pores clean.

"It is a process of the pores getting clogged, bacteria growing in the pores, [and pores] getting inflamed," Dr. Ordon says. "Things you need to do are deep cleansing, using benzyl peroxide and using salicylic acid. For bad cases, you have to see your dermatologist, who may put you on antibiotics and maybe even Accutane. Laser treatments nowadays are another good option for people who have stubborn acne."

Dr. Ordon offers an additional acne treatment: pumpkin.

Mix 200 grams of pumpkin pulp with 1 tablespoon of non-fat sour cream and apply it to your face. Leave it on for 20 minutes and then rinse with cool water. This will cleanse your face, open up your pores and give your skin a glow!