The Doctors reveal the secrets to “under”standing your body.
A growing number of women are foregoing traditional hospital births for home water births . But is it safe?
Dermatologist Dr. Ava Shamban explains that a skin tag is a normal outgrowth of the skin that tends to occur in areas that rub together and cause friction, such as the eyelids, around the neck, under the arms and beneath the bra line for women.
Dr. Shamban performs a skin tag removal procedure on Dustin. “The good news,” she says, “is that [removing] this is a very simple procedure to do in the office.”
Learn simple tips to prevent skin tags from forming
Wearing the wrong bra can actually make you look older! Discover a new undergarment that claims to prevent sagging while offering extra support for a younger look. And, learn why breasts sag with age .
• Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears models the latest in shapewear for men !
How safe is general anesthesia? Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon explains how anesthesia affects the body, and what to know before your next procedure .
Does a new children’s book, Maggie Goes on a Diet, do more harm than good in the fight against childhood obesity? The Doctors and author Paul Kramer debate the book’s message . What do you think? Sound off .
• Famously thin celebrities swear by it, but is a raw food diet safe? Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears samples it, and The Doctors explain the medical benefits and risks
Check out raw recipes from Planet Raw .