If you're sick, should you stay home from work or school?
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Meet Lisa, whose daughter Amy died of toxic shock syndrome at the age of 20, and Brittany, 17, who almost succumbed to the same illness. Learn about the rare yet serious infection.
Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears discusses recent child injuries inflicted by dysfunctional inflatable bounce houses.
Learn how to tell if your baby is experiencing diaper rash or a yeast infection.
From the sniffles to a high fever, how concerned should you be about your symptoms
Modern medicine has disarmed mega viruses like small pox and polio, but new viruses may be emerging. Are we at risk for a dangerous pandemic? The Doctors separate fact from fiction when it comes to virus outbreaks.
Could you be bitten by a vampire bat? Learn the risks.
Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears discusses why some children have a fear of choking and how to handle it.
Flu season is just around the corner, and The Doctors take questions about the unpredictable, ever-mutating illness.
From the sniffles to a high fever, how concerned should you be about your symptoms? The Doctors tells you when to worry. Learn why toxic shock syndrome is back in the headlines. And, should you get a flu shot this season?