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The Doctors tackle your biggest fears about the flu
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Can weather patterns help virologists predict the span and the severity of the flu from one species to another? The Doctors discuss whether the recent flu pandemic in the U.S. is related to climate change.
The Doctors discuss the difference between the flu and the newest strain of Norovirus. Learn the symptoms of the illness and how it is treated.
When does a recurring sore throat require a more drastic treatment? Dr. Nina Shapiro, pediatric ear, nose and throat surgeon and author of "Take a Deep Breath," joins The Doctors to discuss if and when parents should consider scheduling a tonsillectomy...
Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, explains how to differentiate between the two most common types of arthritis, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, and provides helpful information on how to ease the pain and discomfort.
The Doctors tackle your biggest fears about the flu. Anti-viral or anti-bacterial medicines: What's the difference? Plus, new health gadgets: track calories burned from your wrist, listen to music through your cheekbones and more!
"The Doctors'" Health Correspondent, Melanie Woodrow, hits the streets of Hollywood to gauge how much the average person really knows about treating the flu.
"The Doctors'" Health Correspondent, Melanie Woodrow, visits the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show to test out some of the latest and greatest gizmos and gadgets for your health.