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?
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Cherries taste great and may also help with numerous health benefits including inflammation, gout and lowering your blood pressure.
Melissa asks OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry how she can address the painful intercourse she’s having after having a hysterectomy.
The Doctors share the amazing story of a woman who played a flute during brain surgery – find out why!
Are your wrist joints aching? The Doctors explain how you can easily test and treat this type of inflammation and pain.
Dermatologist Dr. Glynis Ablon joins The Doctors to discuss a new laser treatment option that can treat nail fungus. We test it out with guest Linda, who shares if the treatment is painful or not.
The Doctors welcome OB/GYN Dr. David Ghozland to discuss a new treatment he uses to help people who are experiencing painful sex. Dr. Ghozland offers to treat Melissa, who suffers from painful intercourse after having a hysterectomy.
The Doctors share how opting for cucumbers instead of bread can save you a significant amount of calories at lunch.
The Doctors debunk the claim that a crooked tongue is the sign of a stroke. Instead of examining the tongue, they share what you should be looking for if you believe someone is having a stroke.
The Doctors welcome Tracy, a breast cancer survivor, who uses the school bus she drives to help needy kids style their hair.