A nurse was transported from New Jersey to her home in Maine after she spoke out against a new quarantine policy in some states that requires health care workers returning from treating Ebola patients to be quarantined for 21 days.
Cure Cancer with Measles? Young Girl Saves Sister’s Life; Flu-Fighting Tips
Stacy is the first patient where a genetically altered virus killed cancer spread throughout the body. Hear her story.
Watch The Doctors' entire flash mob dance at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Los Angeles!
When Jamar and Tirzah's oldest daughter, Marley, was diagnosed with sickle cell anemia when she was 4 years old, doctors told them Marley had a 60 percent chance of having a stroke within three years. The only way to prevent Marley from having a stroke...
Wipe out cancer with a single shot
When Jamar and Tirzah's oldest daughter, Marley, was diagnosed with sickle cell anemia when she was 4 years old, doctors told them Marley had a 60 percent chance of having a stroke within three years. The only way to prevent it was for Marley to have a bo
Should you go to happy hour if you have a sore throat? Is it OK to drink coffee if you’re feeling sick? What should you do if someone sneezes near you? Sascha de Gersdorff of Women’s Health magazine shares tips for staying healthy during flu season.
Watch as The Doctors bring smiles to the children's faces at the Shriners Hospital for Children after they dropped in to lead a flash mob.
Oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro explains how virotherapy, using genetically engineered viruses to target cancer cells, works, and says it could replace chemotherapy in the future.
When Stacy, who had been fighting cancer for seven years, saw a news story about doctors using a massive blast of measles vaccine to treat multiple myeloma, she knew that was the option she needed to pursue. Hear her story.