Pineapples are delicious, nutritious, and can make you feel like you're on a tropical vacation -- but the tasty fruit may also contain numerous hidden health benefits!
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Before your next surgery, you might want to stock up on a fruity tea.
Using Olay's new advanced simulation algorithm, Olay's principal scientist, Dr. Neuser, and Dr. Holly Philips give Morgan, a woman who avoids sunscreen, a glimpse into the future using this groundbreaking innovation!
The Doctors share an innovative way one army doctor reconstructed another soldier's ear by growing it in her arm!
Nanette worries about the keloids growing at the site of where her daughter's fingers were surgically separated.
The Doctors discuss a homework assignment that used sexually explicit language and situations to explain the different blood types, which had some parents outraged.
Hummus is a healthy and tasty food, but would ever put it in a shake? The Doctors taste a shake made with hummus. Is this new twist on a shake buzzworthy or a food bust?
The Doctors share how keloids can be prevented from returning after having them removed. Experts dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra and plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon shares what patients who are prone to keloids can do to possibly prevent them.
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OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares that less than 30% of women use sunscreen on their face on a regular basis, including Morgan, who wants to protect her skin, but doesn't like the look or feel of sunscreen.