The Doctors answer a viewer question about whether consuming too much protein can actually sabotage your weight loss goals.
Toxic Shock Mistake for Flu; Bizarre in the Er: Key Lodged in Head? Pen Cap Lodged in Ear? Ask the Doctors: Plantar Warts, UTI, Yellow Tongue Diagnosis, What Causes Dandruff? Is the Fruity Vagina a Buzz or Bust?
The Doctors meet Aimee, a woman whose flu-like symptoms turned out to be a result of something possibly deadlier, Toxic Shock Syndrome.
A viewer sent The Doctors an email saying she has been experiencing pain while urinating but she also has a discharge. “Would a UTI cause vaginal discharge?”
The Doctors welcome Aimee who says she thought she was dealing with the flu, but actually had toxic shock syndrome. Plus, find out ways you can possibly prevent toxic shock syndrome when using a tampon.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra details the differences between dandruff and dry scalp and shares how to treat each of these issues.
The Doctors discuss new research which found that having a planned break or scheduled activity after work can help you get better sleep at night. Plus, find out what the panel enjoys doing to unwind after a long day.
A viewer writes to The Doctors wondering why he often gets yellow spots on his tongue.
A viewer writes to The Doctors on Facebook that she has been cutting back on carbs and adding a lot of protein and wants to know if that is bad.
The Doctors share photos of a man who got a key stuck in his skull after getting into a brawl and a video of a pen cap removal from another man's ear!
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra answers a viewer's question about the differences between dandruff and dry scalp.