The Doctors welcome Charlie and Jessica, friends whose children are nursed by Jessica.
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The Doctors discuss the potential risk of some over-the-counter supplements that claim to sharpen your focus and boost your memory.
The Real Deal: The Doctors examine the claims of a water with coconut oil that promises to keep you more hydrated, boost your energy and help you burn calories.
A man with large keloid scars on his face joins The Doctors and reveals that there’s an obstacle preventing him from having surgery – his diabetes. Learn how the condition could affect the treatment to remove his scars.
When a woman posted a photo of herself on social media breast-feeding her own child and her friend’s child at the same time, she received a lot of feedback, both positive and negative. The two moms join The Doctors to discuss why one mom asked her...
Some women are touting a face cleanser, saying putting it on your stomach before a workout can help you lose inches from your waist and make it easier to fit into skinny jeans. The Doctors put it to the test.
The Doctors share a simple tip to help you look more polished and appear as if your outfit is more expensive.
Keenan first developed a keloid scar after he had the chicken pox when he was 9 years old. He had the keloid removed, but months later, others formed. Keenan has had seven surgeries in the past 20 years to remove large keloid scars from his face.
Could using Instagram put you at greater risk for alcoholism
Posts promoting drinking a glass of wine after a long day are popular on Instagram, but are the posts sending the wrong message to young women who could become addicted? The Doctors weigh in.