The Doctors react to a viral video of a rail worker who was hit in the face by a large piece of metal while working on train tracks.
Kidney Transplant Through Private Parts; Dr. Pimple Popper’s Viral Show & Tell; Man Attacked By Railroad Track?; Dollar Store Dos & Don’ts
A recent speed-dating event in China received widespread backlash on social media, and many critics said the event was degrading to women. The Doctors weigh in on the controversy.
Warning: Graphic! Dermatologist Sandra Lee, also known as Dr. Pimple Popper, shares viral videos of ear cysts being popped and explains how they occur.
Health care spending guru Michelle Katz, author of “Healthcare Made Easy,” shares her top tips for shopping at the dollar store.
A recent study shows how eating spicy foods can help you live longer. ER physician Travis Stork recommends delicious and healthy options like his chunky chili recipe, from “The Doctor’s Diet Cookbook.” Click here to get the recipe!
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For a healthy and satisfyingly spicy meal, try Dr. Travis' chunky chili, from his book "The Doctor's Diet Cookbook."
The Stork is the first over-the-counter home conception device, which supposedly can help women get pregnant. Does it really work? The Doctors weigh in.
Can a new beverage help prevent urinary tract infections? OB-GYN Jennifer Ashton and family medicine physician Rachael Ross weigh in.
A new way to transplant kidneys through your private parts, a drink that claims to prevent UTIs, and a new C-section trend that some say is a little gross – could these procedures and trends be right for you