Drs. Warning: 10 Accidents Waiting To Happen!

Editor-in-Chief of Reader’s Digest magazine Liz Vaccariello joins The Doctors to discuss how the latest edition of Reader’s Digest features an article entitled "A Day in the Life of a Fat Cell," which includes tips from The Doctors on how to starve fat...

Pop star Katy Perry recently experienced a swimsuit malfunction at a water park. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson and Liz Vaccariello, Editor-in-Chief of Reader's Digest magazine, offer their advice for preventing an embarrassing bathing suit slip in the water.

Hurricane Sandy struck the northeast seaboard of the United States on October 29, 2012. Just over a week later, cleanup is underway with the help of state and federal efforts, and humanitarian organizations; however, as hurricanes Rita and Katrina...

An unconscious U.S. Army veteran was recovering from penile implant replacement surgery when a nurse accidentally left an icepack on his groin for 19 straight hours. The frigid mishap caused extreme frostbite to the area and a significant portion of...

In August 2012, sisters Bianca and Tiffany Cruz were swimming in their backyard pool. It was a normal Saturday afternoon until an unforeseen accident occurred.

According to Consumer Reports, 50,000 people are treated in emergency departments each year for home injuries related to exercise or exercise equipment. The Doctors discuss workout safety precautions.

See how one woman was hospitalized after receiving allegedly contaminated facial filler injections. Plus, plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon gives tips to avoid potentially hazardous beauty spa blunders.

College freshmen Tanner and Zack were out hiking when they happened upon a rope-swing in a nearby tree. Tanner climbed the tree and attempted to swing from the rope, while Zack planned to tape the stunt. What happened next was anything but planned....

Think explosions only happen in the movies? Think again! From chemical combinations to laptops, office chairs and more, pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears reveals unexpected items in your home that may create explosive situations!

Whether you use a mandolin culinary slicer or regular kitchen knives to prepare your fare, accidentally cutting into your finger is a common kitchen injury. The Doctors and Liz Vaccariello, editor-in-chief of Reader's Digest magazine, provide tips on...