The Doctors discuss a Philadelphia couple who got creative with their wedding budget by looking to get any and all corporate sponsors for the event.
Corporate Sponsors for Your Wedding?; High School’s Lunch Segregation Controversy!; Pimple-Popping Nails?;
Kids are prone to putting things where they don’t belong. An 11-year-old recently put magnets up both of his nostrils and they locked tightly onto his septum. Check out how ER docs removed them!
An ex-inmate is suing the facility where he was detained after allegedly taking an unknown pill from another inmate and suffered an erection that lasted for 91 hours before being transported to a hospital.
The Doctors weigh in on the story of a British mom reportedly removing a splinter with the use of a pediatric medicine syringe.
YouTube personality Natasha Lee created the latest “pimple popping” nail trend that allows you to actually squeeze “pus” out of your perfect manicure.
'Bizarre in the E.R.' Strange but true emergency room stories you won’t believe! Plus, Drs. Court discusses how an ex-inmate is suing a jail for $5 million after he claims they ignored his 91-hour surprise erection!?
A marketing firm in Japan has started offering extra holidays to non-smoking employees to offset the frequent 15-minute smoking breaks taken by smokers. Is this a good idea?
A 49-year-old Florida man went to the emergency room in stomach pain when docs discovered he had swallowed a lighter and it was leaking lighter fluid into his gut!
A 25-year-old Pennsylvania man was recently arrested for allegedly selling heroin in the hospital room where his newborn daughter had just been born.
A Florida mom was recently arrested for transporting a plastic pool on top of her car with her 9-year-old on top to hold it down.