A new drug-resistant bacteria called CRE recently spread like wildfire in a Chicago hospital. Learn the surprising source of the infection. Plus, The Doctors discuss the dangers of overusing antibiotics.
Breaking Health Headlines; 3D Printing; Save Money on Meds
See how doctors at the University of Michigan used 3D printing to render a customized, life-saving stint for a young child with a rare tracheal disorder.
More than 4 billion prescriptions are filled every year in the U.S.; however, recent reports show that 1 in 4 Americans are not filling prescriptions because the medications cost too much. Learn about an online resource that could help you save money...
The Doctors discuss a deadly new strain of the H1N1 virus that’s been infecting people of all ages.
From steroid-tainted vitamins to the latest Plan B controversy and more, The Doctors share important health news to keep you safe and informed
Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears tours a 3D printing facility at the University of Michigan. See how the cutting-edge technology creates exact replicas of his nose and brain! Plus, learn about the groundbreaking medical applications that 3D printing holds...
The FDA has issued a warning to consumers about the potential dangers of certain dietary supplements, after a recent batch of B-vitamins were found to be contaminated with anabolic steroids. The Doctors weigh in on the safety of supplements.
Hear how a new strain of the H1N1 virus quickly claimed the life of a 62-year-old woman. Plus, The Doctors separate fact from fiction regarding the flu vaccine.
From steroid-tainted vitamins to the latest Plan B controversy and more, The Doctors share important health news to keep you safe and informed. Plus, see how 3D printing rendered a device that helped save a young child’s life! And, learn secrets for cutti
The Doctors weigh in on the judicial ruling that permits the sale of Plan B emergency contraception — without a prescription and without age restrictions. Learn how the pill works, and the potential dangers of using it too often.