Could two popular and tasty tropical fruits help your teeth look their best?
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Could eating more pineapple and papaya help your teeth look their best?
The Doctors discuss ways to treat pain that do not involve using opioids.
Melissa shares how she and her husband’s sex life has been transformed following her treatment for painful intercourse.
Could a cream help reduce your pain? The Doctors put the topical cream product to the test with Alana, Emily and Sydney – all of whom experience different types of pain.
The Doctors answer a viewer question from a redhead who wants to know if her fair skin makes her more likely developing skin cancers.
Sometimes seemingly innocuous symptoms, like itching, can be associated with a much more serious condition.
The Doctors discuss the opioid epidemic and the new restrictions some states are implementing in hopes to save lives! Could you injure your child by swinging them by their arms? “Doctors Check-Up.”
Viewer Carliss works herself to full capacity and she wants to make sure she keeps her brain sharp! Dr. Hyla Cass joins The Doctors to share her tips on how to do just that.
Kids might love to be swung by the arms, but could this seemingly innocent fun actually put them at risk for an elbow injury, something often referred to as “nursemaid’s elbow”?