Friday News Feed: A new law that could put the “morning after pill” on drugstore shelves is stoking controversy
Friday News Feed: April 26, 2013
A new, simple saliva test may predict your risk of ovarian, breast and prostate cancer.
Endocrinologist Dr. Jennifer Miller explains Prader-Willi syndrome, a rare and complex congenital condition that can be life-threatening for children.
Genetics play a significant role in how our skin changes over time, but there are ways to age gracefully. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon and dermatologist Dr. Glynis Ablon share six tips for radiant skin at any age.
The morning-after pill is now being sold over the counter. Does its accessibility promote irresponsible sex? The Doctors weigh in.
Dentist Dr. Bill Dorfman joins The Doctors to discuss the risks of sedatives and anesthesia during dental procedures. Plus, learn the must-ask questions to address with your doctor before going under.
Stay up to date on the latest health headlines. A new law may put the “morning after pill” on drugstore shelves – The Doctors weigh in. Then, a new microchip may end obesity. And, a simple saliva test may predict your risk of three types of cancer.
A 15-year study in France showed that bras may actually promote breast sagging rather than prevent it. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon and OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson weigh in on the findings.
Six-year-old Blaise suffers from Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS), a complex congenital condition that triggers insatiable hunger that often leads to life-threatening obesity in children.
Scientists in the United Kingdom are experimenting with a microchip that may prevent overeating.