The Doctors discuss breaking health headlines in the Friday News Feed
Breaking Health News; Mass Shooting Survivor; Tricks for Preserving Produce
Amid growing concerns about privacy invasion in America, The Doctors are joined by cyber security expert Gary Miliefsky to discuss strategies for preventing financial and medical information from being leaked online.
Learn surprising symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, and see which foods can help fight joint inflammation.
After performing a minimally invasive, nonsurgical procedure to help a shooting victim suffering from residual knee pain, physiatrist Dr. Tim Davis offers a prognosis on her recovery.
Cyber security expert Gary Miliefsky offers tips for preventing personal and financial information from being leaked online.
A young woman wounded during the 2012 mass shooting inside a crowded Colorado movie theater recounts her harrowing, near-death experience. Find out how she survived, and watch as she undergoes a cutting-edge, nonsurgical treatment for lingering pain.
The Doctors share a simple trick for accomplishing more tasks during the workday.
Tired of tossing spoiled fruits and veggies? Learn money-saving secrets for keeping produce fresh!
A woman wounded in the leg during the 2012 mass shooting inside a crowded Colorado movie theater undergoes a minimally invasive procedure to help alleviate lingering knee pain.
The Doctors weigh in on Sony's decision to cancel the release of their film, “The Interview,” after the company's database was hacked and terror threats were issued regarding the movie being shown in theaters.