The Doctors are weighing in on whether we need to rethink the body mass index (BMI) chart.
The Doctors Court! Teen Food Bullies Face Felony? Hubby Nurses To Relieve wife’s Mastitis? Woman Gets ‘Vegan’ Tattooed On Her Forehead? Food Prescription To Fight Dry Eyes?
Doctors frequent guest legal analyst and child advocate Areva Martin joins the panel to discuss her book, "Make It Rain."
Most schools require physical education, but is it time we address the health of our young people's minds?
Does free speech cover flipping off someone, including a police officer?
When actress Kristen Bell was dealing with a severe case of mastitis from breastfeeding, she says she turned to husband Dax Shepard to solve the problem.
Three teenage girls in Pennsylvania are facing criminal charges after they allegedly conspired to coat one of the girl’s hands in pineapple juice and high-five a classmate who is severely allergic. The classmate went into anaphylactic shock.
A viewer wonders if her monthly fever that comes with her cycle is normal. OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry weighs in.
An Indiana man has filed a federal lawsuit asserting he has the right to give the middle finger to a state trooper after the officer allegedly cut in front of him. Was his free speech violated when the gesture earned him a ticket?
Would you ever get a face tattoo announcing your dietary preferences?
Dr. Travis slams down the gavel in The Doctors Court! Man’s trip to the strip club leaves him without a tooth -- sues dancer for a millions! Is it your first amendment right to flip off a cop?