The Doctors discuss whether consuming alcohol after a workout will negate the benefits of exercise.
Medical Breakthroughs that Can Save Your Life
Pediatric surgeon Dr. Darrell Cass of Texas Children’s Hospital explains how an in-utero surgery to correct spina bifida is performed.
After living for years with an unexplained growth on his temple, 51-year-old Jeff was diagnosed with stage 4 melanoma. Remarkably, he remains symptom-free, despite being given only a few months to live.
Cardiologist Dr. Eric Topol explains how modern cardiology may be able to predict when a heart attack will occur with the help of a cell phone app.
The Doctors reveal cutting-edge medical breakthroughs that could save your life
A mobile hangover treatment bus, operating in Las Vegas, Nevada, is the latest way to help people recover from a night of heavy drinking. Owned and operated by anesthesiologist Dr. Jason Burke, see how Hangover Heaven works!
Pediatric orthopedic surgeon Dr. David Antekeir shows how to reverse the effects of a clubbed feet deformity caused by spina bifida.
After being diagnosed with stage 4 melanoma, 51-year old Jeff underwent a surgery to have a tumor removed. Watch how surgeons removed a tumor in his parotid gland and recontoured the indentation left in his face.
From futuristic strollers and heartbeat-monitoring sunglasses to an at-home facial toning device, see the latest gadgets to improve your health.
The Doctors reveal cutting-edge medical breakthroughs that could save your life! Discover a painless way to detect breast cancer. Plus, can your cell phone predict a heart attack?