Body Parts You Can Live Without!

Male nipples, belly buttons and tailbones: Learn which body parts you can live without – but why you still need to take care of them. And, find out what tonsils do and when they need to come out, plus the signs of an infected appendix or gallbladder.

A witness recently became so upset while testifying that his prosthetic eye popped out, disturbing the jurors and leading the judge to call a mistrial. The Doctors discuss how to protect your eye after an injury and help save your eyesight.

Do any of the 5 million hairs on our bodies serve a purpose? The Docs explain its function from head to toe. Did you know that in the future, humans may evolve to have less hair?

The appendix, which is attached to the large intestine, might actually serve a purpose. But, when it gets inflamed, it can be extremely painful. Learn about a new procedure to remove the appendix through the belly button, leaving less scarring.

Male nipples, belly buttons and tailbones: Learn which body parts you can live without – but why you still need to take care of them. And, find out what tonsils do and when they need to come out, plus the signs of an infected appendix or gallbladder.

Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears hits the streets of Los Angeles to find out if people know what different body parts are for -- and whether you can live without them.

The Doctors explain why falling on your tailbone, or coccyx, can be so painful, and how to treat it. And, Dr. Lisa explains it's common for women to injure their tailbone during childbirth.

The spleen is an organ to the left of the stomach. It often is removed for various reasons, but there can be benefits to keeping yours.

Leigh, who is 33, says she doesn’t want to have children and is considering getting a hysterectomy because the women in her family have a history of uterine problems, including cancer. Dr. Lisa explains the risks and benefits of the surgery to remove a...