The Doctors discuss a man who made an awful mistake: he swallowed what he thought was a pain killer but was actually a bleach tablet.
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The Doctors discuss a daily dose of aspirin could possibly delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. But are there any health concerns about taking a daily aspirin?
The Doctors welcome Ann and Terry, who both suffer from hot flashes. They test out a new cooling scarf that claims it can help you ease your heated temperature during a hot flash.
The Doctors discuss the concept of “remapping” with psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow and sexual assault survivor Kyli and share how it may help some people heal following a traumatic event.
Want to make your favorite smoothie even healthier? The Doctors suggest adding frozen cranberries, which are high in fiber.
Two women, Ann and Terry, test out a new product claiming to help with hot flashes.
This story may seem unconventional but for Kyli, a survivor of sexual abuse, her job as a phone sex operator has helped her cope with her past traumas.
The Doctors discuss “sounding,” the practice of placing an item inside the urethra, and the case of a teenager who ended up in the emergency room after getting a phone cord charger stuck in his urethra.
After testing out a scarf that claims to cool the body during a hot flash, our testers Ann and Terry share if they found it effective or not and if you’ll catch them sporting this unique accessory.
The Doctors are joined by cardiologist and RB spokesperson Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum to help answer questions about Omega-3s