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.
Potluck Party Crashed by…Poop Bacteria? Could Alzheimer’s Be Offset by Something in Your Medicine Cabinet? Bizarre in the ER! Put It to the Test – a Fashionable Way to Beat Hot Flashes?
Party crashed by unwelcome visitor – poop bacteria? New study may lead way to offset Alzheimer’s. Bizarre in the ER – you won’t believe what one patient got tangled up in and how another patient’s throat became rotted.
The Doctors share the disturbing story of a man who accidentally swallowed a bleach cleaning tablet thinking it was medication, which reportedly caused him to spend 2 weeks in intensive care.
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.
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 discuss the case of a birthday party where 40 people reportedly became ill after coming into contact with the fecal bacteria Shigella. The Doctors share how to best protect yourself from bacteria in food.
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 a man who made an awful mistake: he swallowed what he thought was a pain killer but was actually a bleach tablet.
Birthday parties are filled with fun and food and... fecal matter?! The Doctors discuss one such potluck party in Charlotte, North Carolina that reportedly left attendees ill after they came in contact with a bacteria called Shigella.
Two women, Ann and Terry, test out a new product claiming to help with hot flashes.