Approximately 15 million Americans are affected by deadly food allergies. Kylie, 12, suffers from a severe allergy to peanuts – one so extreme that she’s even airborne reactive.
Emergency Situations: How to Save a Life
See what happens to the body when it experiences anaphylactic shock, and learn how to use an EpiPen to save someone’s life.
Kylie, 12, suffers from a severe allergy to peanuts. Kylie joins The Doctors, along with her mother, Yael, and allergist Dr. Cathy Green to discuss anaphylaxis awareness and a new molecular blood test to determine the severity of a child's food allergy.
Mother and son interventionists of Vital Intervention Professionals (VIP) Recovery, Debbie and Brandon Knauss, join The Doctors to explain how they’re using their new television series, Cracking Addiction on TLC, to save lives of those suffering from...
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Ear, nose and throat specialist Dr. Andrew Ordon explains when a nosebleed could potentially be life-threatening.
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Actor, director and author of I’m Not Dead… Yet!, Robby Benson, joins The Doctors to discuss his first-hand experiences as a survivor of four open-heart surgeries.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork demonstrates what to do if someone is bleeding profusely from the mouth.
Learn how to react when someone suffers a seizure.