Friday News Feed: March 29th

A 9-year-old boy has created controversy over whether children should be allowed to participate in long-distance running events. While some marathons do allow children to race, no studies have been conducted on the potentially adverse health effects...

Friday News Feed: Stay up-to-date on the latest health headlines and learn how they could be affecting you. Food allergy bullying: Is your child at risk? Plus, deadly side effects: Why you MUST read the fine print on your over-the-counter medicine.

An alarming study out of Mount Sinai School of Medicine found that, out of 250 families surveyed, a shocking 45 percent of children with food allergies were bullied simply because they had an allergy. The Doctors discuss the dangerous and potentially...

Seven-year-old Devon’s severe allergies prevent him from attending school, physically, but with the help of VGo robotic technology, Devon is able to visually trek the halls of his school and learn beside his classmates. Follow Devon to school with his...

Seven-year-old Devon suffers from a wide array of severe allergies, including a condition called eosinophilic esophagitis, where an inflammatory, allergic reaction causes the airway to swell and impairs breathing. Devon’s severe allergies actually...

The Doctors discuss a lawsuit where a Massachusetts family was awarded 63 million dollars after a state jury found that a children’s ibuprofen manufacturer failed to adequately warn patients about the potential side effects. See what happened to the...

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 gives tips to eliminate embarrassing body odor.

According to the Associated Press, 76-year-old Pope Francis developed a severe respiratory infection as a teenager and underwent a lung removal procedure. The Doctors and cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Vince Moss discuss the operation and its effects.

Cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Vince Moss explains the body's remarkable ability to accommodate after having a lung or any other paired organ removed.