20 Tips to a Healthier You

The Doctors reveal 20 simple solutions to a healthier you!

5-Minute Health Fixes

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Look and Feel Better in No Time!

Nutritionist Cynthia Pasquella offers simple changes to make to your diet so you can look and feel healthier in no time!

Don't want to skip dessert? Find out how you can have your cake and eat it too — without the guilt! 

• Want to spice up your sex life? Try OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson's Aphrodisiac Meal for you and your partner!

 Actress Yvette Brown from the hit show Community, asks The Doctors if it's possible to lose weight without dieting and exercising.

 Fitness expert Jennifer Cohen demonstrates simple ways to jumpstart your metabolism.

 Can a body wrap help you lose inches fast?

• Dr. Sears shows you a fun way to prevent bloating!
• See how a sage oil and tequila massage can ease body aches. 

Irritated Eyes
Jackie often suffers from dry, red, itchy eyes, and despite using over-the-counter drops, she can't seem to find any relief. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon investigates and shares an at-home remedy for red eyes.

Be a Health Role Model

The Doctors explain how mothers can be great role models when it comes to their kids' nutrition.

• Dr. Sears demonstrates simple home remedies to help alleviate dry eyes.
• Eye symptoms that could signify a serious condition.
• Prevent puffy eyes.
• Vital tips for contact lens wearers.

If your eyes continue to stay red, dry and irritated, be sure to see your eye doctor. 

Brighten Your Face and Smile
Spring clean your face and smile with these easy tips from the experts.

 Dermatologist Dr. Ava Shamban shares some of her favorite skin care secrets.

The Doctors and USA Weekend

The Doctors have an exciting partnership with USA Weekend magazine as exclusive medical contributors. Check out their HealthSmart column!

• Dr. Lisa explains that it's never too late, or too soon, to take the steps to prevent osteoporosis.
• Check out USA Weekend for more information.
• See which local newspapers feature USA Weekend.

Menstrual Migraines
Menstrual migraines can occur before, during or immediately following a woman's period and can be debilitating. "Especially if it's once every month," OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson says. "It can wreak havoc with your work, with your relationships, everything."

Dr. Lisa explains that women should know their menstrual cycle, because the headaches are often linked to the fluctuation in estrogen right before the cycle. She explains what to do to prevent the menstrual migraines.

Headache relief tips.