Health Secrets Your Lips, Feet & Stomach Reveal

Surprising Health Secrets
From the secrets your lips may be hiding to the unexpected cause of your fever, The Doctors uncover mysteries from your body.

OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton divulges five health secrets your lips can reveal.

Funky Feet
Podiatrist and surgeon Dr. Constance Ornelas tackles your most unsightly foot-related problems.

Learn what you should do if a toenail falls off. And, how long will it take to grow back?

The dreaded “toe cheese”: Learn where it comes from and how to get rid of it.

Dr. Ornelas adds that while getting regular pedicures may help keep feet clean and neat, it’s important to ensure that the salon you visit is sanitary and uses sterile instruments. She recommends bringing your own utensils if you are still concerned.

“Don’t let [the pedicurist] get too aggressive with cutting your nails,” Dr. Ornelas says. “A lot of times, they’ll cut too close to the cuticle and cause an ingrown toenail. The best thing is to just let them file it and paint.”

New Year, New You
Time to toss those remaining holiday leftovers and jump-start your new year’s resolutions! The Doctors have just the right tips to help you get started.

Nutrition specialist Dr. Melina Jampolis shares easy calorie cuts that can keep those pesky extra pounds at bay.

Internet sensation "The Dancing Treadmill Guy," Marcus, demonstrates his fun fitness routine!
Plus, watch as The Doctors bust a move.

Nutritionist Patricia Bannan shares smart snacking solutions to help you stay full longer without adding inches to your waistline.

The Docs' New Year's Resolutions

The Doctors share their top tips to keep you healthy in the new year. Plus, learn how to prevent an injury during a workout!

Keep Calm and Carry On
Studies show that crying has many health benefits, including providing the crier an emotional release, as well as releasing stress hormones and toxins from the body. But, while a good cry may be good for you, you may not want everyone to know about it! Here are five tips to hide the fact that you were just crying:

1. Keep your chin up … literally! Elevation helps keep additional fluids from pooling around the eyes and creating more puffing and swelling.

2. Resist rubbing: Fold a tissue and blot face gently.

3. Conceal the red: Concealer can work wonders under the eyes and around the nose to cover up redness. Plus, disguise post-tear bloodshot eyes by applying navy blue eyeliner along the upper lash line to make the whites of your eyes look brighter.

4. Emergency kit for frequent cryers: eye drops and hemorrhoid cream. Eye drops can get the red out, while hemorrhoid cream can decrease puffiness around the eyes. Just be careful not to get any directly in your eyes.

5. Fake an allergy attack: If all else fails, grab a tissue and pretend to sneeze loudly, so people think the watery, red appearance is due to allergies.