From medication mix-ups to groundbreaking procedures, The Doctors share the hottest health news to keep you safe and informed
Medication Mix-Ups; Aphrodisiac Myth or Reality and More!
Nineteen-year-old Rachael was born with a cleft lip and palate. She has since undergone multiple surgeries to correct the birth defect and is awaiting further surgery to obtain permanent front-teeth implants. Although this condition has made her life...
Emily joins the show to discuss an embarrassing problem she’s recently started experiencing: Texting and emailing in her sleep! Parasomnias — or, the experience of sleep eating, talking, walking, etc. — affect approximately ten percent of Americans....
Peruvian maca root is said to be Peru's natural Viagra. But does it really turn up the heat? Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross has the answer.
The Doctors discuss open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act and how you can avoid scam artists who may try to steal your information.
From medication mix-ups to groundbreaking procedures, The Doctors share the hottest health news to keep you safe and informed. Plus, see why you should think twice before sleeping beside your cell phone. And, Peruvian maca root? Tiger soup? Learn the trut
Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears explains how cleft lip and palate occurs and describes the surgical procedure to correct the defects.
According to the National Patient Safety Foundation, there are approximately 30 million dispensing errors per year, out of about 3 billion total prescriptions. The Doctors share their advice for avoiding a medication mix-up.
Tiger soup is a delicacy usually found in China and Southeast Asia. Sadly, tigers are becoming extinct due to hunting. Tiger soup is considered to be a libido booster by many Asian cultures, but does it really work? Watch and find out.
The Doctors discuss California's new anti-revenge law. Learn how you can keep your private parts private.