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Women often look for inexpensive, non-surgical ways to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, but the question always is: Does it work? Plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn and The Doctors put one anti-aging cream to the test.

An anonymous parent posted an ad on Craigslist seeking "cool" kids to help his or her bullied son fit in better at school. An attempt at good parenting gone wrong? The Doctors discuss how to handle the situation when your child is being bullied.

Soy Sauce. Ketchup. Mustard. They sit out on the table at restaurants. But should you keep them in the pantry or the refrigerator when you’re at home, and could the wrong decision affect your health? The Doctors weigh in.

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What’s the strangest thing you’ve done after a bad breakup to try to comfort yourself? While the tendency might be to overindulge in food or alcohol or participate in other self-destructive behaviors, The Doctors suggest it can be an opportunity for...

The Doctors send Alex, who survived a sudden cardiac arrest, to pediatric neurologist Terence Sanger at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to see what he can do to help reduce his muscle spasms and improve his mobility.