Unbelievable Stories Of Survival And Hope

Meet the unlikely hero who helped one woman give birth in a public parking lot. Then, a retired soldier lost his friend and his foot during a roadside explosion in Iraq – hear his incredible story. Plus, how 17-year-old Carly is helping others with autism

Statistics show that approximately 400,000 Americans start the holiday season with a bout of food poisoning. Learn how to avoid foodborne illness and the importance of the two-hour rule.

Watch the story of one woman’s dramatic delivery in a parking lot and how one good samaritan assisted her.

On April 29, 2006, Sgt. Joshua Hooker was part of the 101st Airborne, stationed in Baghdad, Iraq, when he and another soldier were struck by an improvised explosive device. Watch as he recounts his story of survival and perseverance.

On April 29, 2006, Sgt. Joshua Hooker was part of the 101st Airborne, stationed in Baghdad, Iraq, when he and another soldier were struck by an improvised explosive device. Sgt. Hooker joins The Doctors to discuss what gave him the courage and strength...

On April 29, 2006, Sgt. Joshua Hooker was part of the 101st Airborne, stationed in Baghdad, Iraq, when he and another soldier were struck by an improvised explosive device. Sgt. Hooker joins The Doctors to discuss what gave him the courage and strength...

Seventeen-year-old Carly first joined The Doctors in September 2012. Diagnosed with autism at an early age, Carly has since broken the barrier of autism’s mysteries and has been able to communicate how her brain processes the world. Her amazing story...