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During a baseball tournament, 13-year-old Ryan pitched the ball and the batter hit it right back at him – into his eye. While Ryan fortunately remained conscious after the incident, his eye was seriously damaged, and his vision has yet to be restored;...

Do you have halitosis that no amount of breath mints can mask? The Doctors discuss how chronic bad breath could signal more serious health conditions.

A new treatment called pellet therapy is a quick, outpatient procedure that involves inserting several small pellets containing the patient’s specific dosage under the first layer of skin in the hip.

Registered nurse Linda West founded the organization Angels in Waiting, a network of neonatal intensive care unit nurses who become foster parents for abandoned babies. Meet some of the babies who benefited from the organization.

During a baseball tournament, 13-year-old Ryan pitched the ball and the batter hit it right back at him – into his eye. While Ryan fortunately remained conscious after the incident, his eye was seriously damaged, and his vision has yet to be restored....

Menopausal women: A new hormone therapy may lower your risk for heart disease! Plus, bad breath may signal something more serious. And, some high schools are giving contraceptives to students –- without parental consent. The Doctors weigh in.

Thirteen schools in New York City are reportedly distributing contraception to students through an organization called CATCH. Parents have the option to opt out of the program; however, if they don’t, their children automatically have access to...

Registered nurse Linda West and fellow Angels in Waiting nurses join "The Doctors" to share their experiences fostering abandoned methamphetamine babies. OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains how using methamphetamine while pregnant affects a growing fetus.

More than 550,000 babies are born every year after exposure to drugs and alcohol in the womb. These babies are often born premature and with serious health issues, which make them “unpopular” for adoption. Registered nurse Linda West took matters into...