Can family members be allergic to each other
50 Questions from 50 Families
Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears explains why children can have an allergic reaction to their mother’s perfume, detergent, deodorant and other toiletries.
Seventy-five-year-old Frank and Rose Sandberg share their secrets for keeping their love life alive into their twilight years.
Stretch marks don’t just occur in women; men have them too! Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon explains how laser treatments can help eradicate the scars.
Lyn Hermstad, director of The Doctors, asks whether she should be worried if performing headers in soccer will put her kids at risk for a head injury.
Can family members be allergic to each other? Could youth sports be more dangerous than you realize? Is your home décor making you sick? The Doctors answer 50 pressing questions from 50 different families!
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon explains how to treat a blood blister.
Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears explains whether it’s safe to give children antihistamines to help them sleep during plane, train and automobile trips.
The Doctors separate fact from fiction in their lightening round of True or False.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon describes treatment options for vitiligo, a condition in which the skin loses its pigment cells.