Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon demonstrates how to test for de Quervain's Tenosynovitis, tendonitis of the wrist.
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Sandwiches are a lunchtime staple, but if you are looking for some more low-carb options, The Doctors have a novel idea to swap out the bread for cucumber!
The Doctors discuss an email that says if you think someone is having a stroke, ask them to stick out their tongue, and if it goes to one side or another it could be a sign that they are.
Melissa joins The Doctors to share her struggle with painful intercourse after her hysterectomy four years ago.
The Doctors share footage from an incredible brain surgery in which a woman actually was awake and played the flute while doctors operated!
The Doctors are excited to learn about a new laser treatment for toenail fungus.
Chiropractor Dr. Bryan Abasolo aka “Dr. Abs” shows The Doctors and viewers three moves that will help strengthen the back.
The Doctors quiz their audience. What health benefits can be attributed to eating cherries?
The Doctors talk to Tracy about how she’s added “student stylist” to her resume after recovering from breast cancer.
The Doctors weigh in on the claim that day-old chopped onions become toxic due to bacteria. Can an old chopped onion cause stomach problems?