Could a key to disease prevention be when you eat dinner?
Cervical Scraping Kills Sex Life? Risky Alternative Medicine? Static Vision Nightmare! Twinning Experiment! Upgrade Your Look for Less! The Plant That Burns?
The Doctors weigh in on research that suggests eating an early dinner was associated with a lower risk of breast and prostate cancer.
Can a popular procedure put women's sex lives at risk? Is alternative medicine dangerous for kids? A condition causes one to see the world through static. Twins go to two different doctors to get anti-aging treatments.
If you can remember back to the days where TVs sometimes had static, that is similar to what people with the rare disorder visual snow see all the time.
OB/GYN Dr. Thais Aliabadi and urologist Dr. Irwin Goldstein share what patients need to do before undergoing a cervical scraping procedure in order to safeguard themselves.
The Doctors discuss the rare visual condition “visual snow,” which can cause someone to see tiny snow-like dot every time they open their eyes.
The Doctors and senior investigative producer (and fashionista!) Leslie Marcus shares her tips and fashion hacks that can help make your wardrobe look expensive without spending a ton of money.
The Doctors share the story of a woman who developed large yellow blisters on her legs after coming into contact with a wild plant.
The Doctors are joined by OB/GYN Dr. Thai Aliabadi to discuss the common procedure, LEEP, done to treat precancerous changes of the cervix by scraping away abnormal cells. Some women are claiming it can destroy a woman's sexual function.
The Doctors and OB/GYN Dr. Thais Aliabadi discuss claims by some that cervical scraping, which is done to remove abnormal cells which may become cancerous, can harm a woman’s sex life.