The Doctors discuss a study that suggests that wipes may contribute to allergies.
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The Doctors examine a viral beauty trend of using floss to remove blackheads, but is it a beauty buzz or a bust?
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Are you hoping to snap the best possible shot of yourself? The Doctors share a simple tip on how to get a better selfie by taking the photo from a certain distance away.
The Doctors welcome dentist Chris Strandburg to explain why chewable vitamin C can wreak havoc on your teeth, especially in children.
If you have had a C-section but are hoping to a have vaginal second birth,OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry explains why some doctors are apprehensive about this birthing plan.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry weighs in on a viewer question about whether you can delay a period for something like an upcoming vacation.
A new study found some food allergies can be reversed with immunotherapy and gradual exposure to foods. The Doctors are joined by mom Kristen whose son Josh was part of the study and has had amazing results.
The Doctors discuss a new study which found that using wet wipes may affect the skin and cause allergies in children. Find out how parents still keep their kids clean on the go without possibly contributing to allergies.