Could eating more pineapple and papaya help your teeth look their best?
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Could two popular and tasty tropical fruits help your teeth look their best?
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.
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One hundred million Americans live in pain so when The Doctors heard about a cream that promises to reduce pain without a pill, they put it to the test
The Doctors share how a study found that the enzyme bromelain, found in pineapple and papaya, has been shown to breakdown plaque and possibly whiten your teeth.
The Doctors answer a viewer question from a redhead who wants to know if her fair skin makes her more likely developing skin cancers.
Melissa who suffered from painful sex undergoes Dr. David Ghozland's Intimate Renewal procedure to treat the issue.
Viewer Carliss wants to know how she can keep her brain healthy and joins The Doctors and Dr. Hyla Cass, who share tips on how to support overall brain health.