The Doctors are joined by cosmetic dentist Dr. Laurence Rifkin to answer a Drs. staffer question from Karly who is dealing with a clicking jaw, which she’s worried might be causing permanent damage.
#AskTheDoctors! Help for Painful Skin Blisters; Clicking Jaw Issues; Daily Nosebleeds; Teen Breast Reduction? Chair Cures Incontinence? More Babies with Flat Heads? Long-Term Damage from Fake Nails?
After examining Lilly, dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra recommends how she can treat her pemphigus foliaceus, which causes her skin to blister, scab and scar.
If you have a bloody nose, you might think you should pinch your nose and tilt your head back, but this is actually NOT how to handle it! Find out what The Doctors say someone should do to properly treat a nosebleed.
The Doctors answer a question from a viewer who says he experiences a nose bleed almost daily. The panel discusses what might be causing these frequent nose bleeds and recommends how the viewer should address this medical issue.
While discussing a viewer’s question about erections, The Doctors and urologist Dr.Dudley Danoff discuss ways men might handle an ill-timed state of arousal.
The Doctors and urologist Dr. Dudley Danoff tackle a question from a viewer asking if getting an erection while pooping is normal or something to be concerned about.
Before you start scrubbing, you need to know these three common cleaning mistakes that may be making your house even germier than to begin with!
The Doctors watch a video from Rylee, who says her 3-month-old son Lucas doesn’t love tummy time and his head is getting flat in the back. What should she do to reverse it?
Lisa is on Skype to ask The Doctors if her 13-year-old is too young for a breast reduction surgery.
Lilly is a 17-year-old girl who wants to live a normal life but is constantly stressed by her rare skin disease, pemphigus foliaceus