Friday News Feed: April 19, 2013

Lee Ann and Nicholas Yanni were both injured by the explosions that rocked the 2013 Boston Marathon. Lee Ann suffered an open fibular fracture and a ruptured eardrum, while Nicholas experienced temporary hearing loss. They join "The Doctors" via phone...

An expectant mother in Britain captured the world’s attention when she claimed that her baby’s face was visible in her belly bump. See the photo in question and find out whether the mother’s assertion was authentic, or simply an optical illusion.

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies sleep on their backs to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS); however, due to infants’ soft, developing skulls, they are prone to another condition called positional...

On April 17, 2013 a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant near Waco, Texas demolished the factory and leveled buildings for blocks in all directions. The blast resulted in a widescale evacuation in the community of 2,600 people, due to toxic fumes...

A controversial ad campaign created by New York City’s Human Resources Administration is using scare tactics in hopes of reducing the number of teen pregnancies in the city. The Doctors weigh in the the efficacy of the campaign.

Parents in the picturesque suburb of Morgan Hill, California were stunned and dismayed when a once-trusted and beloved caregiver at a local daycare was arrested for drugging children with an adult sleeping aid. Learn about the dangers of administering...

Stay up to date on the latest health headlines and learn how they could be affecting you. Do scare tactics help reduce teen pregnancy? See a new campaign that’s sparking controversy. Plus, why heartburn medicine may be bad for your health.

A controversial ad campaign created by New York City’s Human Resources Administration is using scare tactics in hopes of reducing the number of teen pregnancies in the city. Teenage audience members weigh in on the efficacy of the ads.