Hot or cold?Night or day
Opposites Affecting your Health
Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon explains why washing your face with a smooth cloth is more effective.
From sprinting or jogging to heavy or light weights, certified personal trainer Nik Harold shares his fitness tips.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon explains when a laceration needs sutures.
Dr. Ordon applies an apple pie facial to remedy Dawn’s oily skin.
Hot or cold? Night or day? Fast or slow? The Doctors cover the contradictions affecting your health. Learn why your cycle is heavy one month and light the next. Plus, transform your physique from flabby to fit!
Is it healthier to eat a later dinner or an early dinner? The Doctors weigh in.
Though high temperature readings warrant medical attention, low readings are equally as important. Low body temperatures in young children or seniors can signify metabolic disorders, low blood sugar or sepsis, a severe infection of the blood stream...
OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains why lighter is better when it comes to achieving an orgasm.
Ingrid plumps her lips with Dr. Ordon’s all-natural Maxi Lip procedure.