Viewers get some one-on-one feedback with OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry! She's answering viewer questions about skipping periods and VBACs.
Wet wipes contribute to allergies?! Doctors reverse food allergies! Strips to stop your snoring? Mandy Moore’s secret to manicures!
Dr. Ordon met up with Dr. Frauke Neuser, Olay principal scientist, to help answer a viewer’s question. Marnae wants to know if it’s okay for her to skip moisturizers after she washes her face.
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.
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.
Veronique does not like her nose and feels it reminds her of her father, who she does not have a good relationship with. She desperately wants it to change. Is there anything The Doctors can do to help her?
Mandy Moore reportedly swears by using coconut oil on her cuticles to keep her manicure looking great. Hear what The Doctors think about this beauty hack.
Dentist Chris Strandburg joins The Doctors to talk about possible chewable Vitamin C dangers and dentists using lasers to fill cavities.
The Doctors welcome Olay principal scientist Dr. Frauke Neuser who shares advice with viewer Marnae, who is concerned about her oily, shiny skin and is looking for a moisturizer.
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 welcome dentist Chris Strandburg to explain why chewable vitamin C can wreak havoc on your teeth, especially in children.