50 Questions from 50 Families

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!

Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears explains why children can have an allergic reaction to their mother’s perfume, detergent, deodorant and other toiletries.

E.R. physician explains that dust and fumes from activities such as welding or building can irritate the eyes, skin, and respiratory system and can cause metal fume fever, or worse, cancer.