Are the side effects really worth the medical treatment
Are the Side Effects Really Worth the Treatment?
Meet Tony, a man who survived a traumatic brain injury how he’s used the affects to communicate with serial killers.
A hospital in Sweden reportedly published an ad seeking nurses with "TV-series hot" looks.
Jessica lost more than 75 pounds, but says she regrets how she did it. See why her weight loss may come with a cost.
OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson and doctor of psychology Wendy Walsh, Ph.D. explain why and what types of birth control can make some women feel depressed.
If you’ve ever taken pink bismuth to sooth heartburn, an upset stomach or diarrhea, your tongue may have mysteriously turned black. Learn why this happens and if you should be alarmed.
Are the side effects really worth the medical treatment? Learn how medications can affect your tongue, your sleep and even your sex life. And, a renowned chef who lost his stomach! It’s a story you can’t afford to miss.
Ketamine, a tranquilizer used on large animals, and a class-C drug, may cause quick relief for severe depression.
OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masteron weighs in on why taking post-partum medication can sometimes cause nightmares.
Do you take eating for granted? Renowned chef and author of Eat Like There’s No Tomorrow, Hans Rueffert, lost one of the most important assets of his career – his stomach. Hear why Hans had his stomach and 95 percent of his esophagus removed, and how...