The Doctors debunk common health myths
Myth or Reality: The Drs Set the Record Straight!
Hollywood couple Anne Heche, star of the new NBC comedy "Save Me," and actor James Tupper join The Doctors to separate myth from reality when it comes to sun protection. Plus, learn about their new sunscreen line, Tickle Time sunblock for kids.
Celebrity couple Anne Heche and James Tupper ask pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears about lactose intolerance vs. milk allergies.
After delivering a baby naturally, does a woman’s vagina return to its original size? OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson has the answer.
New year, new you! Singer Mandisa shares her tips for staying slim in 2013.
Meet Autom, an interactive social robot programmed to help keep track of your food intake and exercise activity.
Celebrity nutritionist Samantha Grant separates food fact from fiction. Can bread help when chopping onions? And is olive oil always healthy to cook with?
Eight-year-old Seth wants to know if drinking milk makes more mucus in the throat. See what Seth discovers as pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears takes him through an on-stage demonstration.
Could going bald mean you’re at greater risk for suffering a heart attack?
The Doctors debunk common health myths. Do dairy products really produce mucus? And how often should you really have a bowel movement? Plus, what actress Anne Heche wants you to know about sun protection. And, how robots are assisting weight loss.