Could some of the deadliest diseases we face be prevented with certain types of foods -- even something like pizza?
Exclusive with Reality Royalty: Gretchen & Slade; Treat Cancer with That ‘Little Blue Pill’? Can Daily Aspirin Double Melanoma Risk? Ask the Doctors: DIY Eczema Treatment? A Cancer-Preventing…Pizza? 17-Hour Flight Overseas without a Bathroom Break?
Could one of the deadliest diseases people face be prevented with a special type of pizza?
The Doctors discuss the findings of a Canadian study in which researchers tested the mixture of inactive flu vaccine with erectile dysfunction drugs on mice with lung cancer.
Screw the scale! These three words are trending, and lifestyle, fitness coach and CEO of “Step It Up With Steph” Stephanie Mansour joins The Doctors to explain why!
Exclusive with reality royalty: Gretchen & Slade; Could daily aspirin double men’s risk for melanoma? Woman reveals how she took to the internet to treat her skin conditions! Can a pizza treat cancer?
The Doctors discuss a man making headlines because he flew Qantas airlines straight from London to Perth, Australia without getting out of his seat once the entire 17-hour flight!
The Doctors and oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro explain how a new study, which looked at using erectile dysfunction drugs and the flu vaccine in mice as part of a cancer treatment, could help humans in the future.
Drs. associate producer Nyasha tried a DIY treatment for a skin condition she believed was ringworm, which turned out to be eczema. Now, she’s dealing with a lingering reaction and scar.
Lifestyle and weight loss coach Stephanie Mansour joins The Doctors to discuss the “Screw the Scale” fitness trend, which focuses on toning and gaining muscle and not on how much an individual weighs.
Former "Real Housewives of Orange County" stars Gretchen Rossi and Slade Smiley have been on a difficult four-year fertility journey and The Doctors are there for the latest attempt to conceive as Gretchen gets an embryo implantation.