OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry weighs in on whether some feminine hygiene products have been shown to actually increase bacterial and yeast infections.
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The Doctors discuss a new technology that uses someone’s sweat to measure your alcohol intake level. Could this new innovation help decrease alcohol-related deaths?
The Doctors share great home hacks you can do with a bar of soap for, including de-fogging your glasses, repairing a wall, and keeping your nails clean.
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The ‘Big O’ might help shorten your time of the month?! Could feminine hygiene products put you at greater risk for infection? Hear what the doctors have to say. Could the virus causing Mono lead to major diseases?
The Doctors discuss NASH, non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, the leading cause of liver cancer which affects an estimated 16 million Americans.
Could having mononucleosis, otherwise known as mono or “The Kissing Disease,” lead to developing other possibly harmful autoimmune health concerns like lupus and celiac disease?
The Doctors discuss the rise of the disease, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis -- also known as NASH -- which has been linked to a rise of liver cancer cases. Plus, find out what you can do to combat developing a fatty liver.
The Doctors share some simple food swaps that could help you cut down on calories while still indulging on some of your favorite foods like coffee, cupcakes and cocktails.
Stacey comes to The Doctors saying that her wrinkles are driving her nuts. The Doctors send her to meet with beauty expert and spokesperson for the beauty brand No7, Chi-Lan Lieu.