Kids tend to have a knack for getting into dangerous situations, but in the case of one 20-month-old girl, something dangerous got into her when she fell onto a sharp pencil while playing. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon explains the trajectory of the...
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Urologist Dr. David Josephson explains the causes of kidney stones and preventative measures to keep them from recurring.
The Doctors has an exciting partnership with USA Weekend magazine as the exclusive medical contributors to its weekly HealthSmart column! E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains how the latest article focuses on tips for better dental health and hygiene.
The Doctors’ Investigative Reporter Melanie Woodrow reveals insider details on a cruise ship that’s being labeled a “giant, floating Petri dish.”
The Doctors debate controversial headlines during Friday News Feed. Plus, a new procedure to extract kidney stones. And objects small children swallow – learn when to worry. Then, a new bariatric weight loss method - see why it's causing controversy.
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee extracts a lipoma, a benign, subcutaneous soft tissue tumor.
Do you ever wish you could lose weight with the push of a button? A controversial advance in bariatric surgery is raising eyebrows and making some stomachs churn.
The Doctors discuss the effects of testosterone supplements and whether too much testosterone can cause abnormally aggressive behavior.
Hear from a passenger who was on board a cruise ship that became a “giant, floating Petri dish.”
Do you ever wish you could lose weight with the push of a button? A controversial advance in the fight against obesity is raising eyebrows and making some stomachs churn. Find out why!