Shanna, who has lost 120 pounds, has a new weight loss goal: She makes a surprise emotional plea to her dad to commit to getting healthy.
Artificial Womb Technology; Weight Loss Intervention; Chemotherapy Backpack?
Find out how Shanna's dad, Bob, responds to her emotional plea for him to commit to getting healthy.
An 11-year-old cancer survivor hasn’t stopped thinking about how difficult having chemotherapy and radiation was, and thinking of ways to help other children with cancer.
After being overweight and feeling self-conscious most of her life, Shanna decided when she turned 25 that it was time to change her ways. See her transformation, and watch as she challenges her father to make his health a priority.
Artificial wombs to breed human babies
An 11-year old girl who survived cancer has invented a device for other children to make going through chemo less scary. Hear her heart-warming story.
Family medicine physician Dr. Rachael Ross offers three tips to help manage bladder leakage so it won't prevent you from participating in the activities you love!
Why does airplane food taste so disgusting? Why do I hate the sound of my own recorded voice? Dr. Travis Stork and Reader's Digest Editor-in-Chief Liz Vaccariello answer the question, "Why?"
Researchers believe they'll be able to grow a fetus in an artificial womb in 20 years. The Doctors discuss the social and ethical questions this technology would raise.
The Doctors warn that more and more people are reporting injuries from smart phones exploding or burning them. Should you be concerned?