Is there a cure for your permanent scowl? The Doctors examine a possible way to fix your resting angry face!
Drs Exclusive: Maureen McCormick; Super Lice Outbreak!; Live “Angry Face” Procedure; Spike in Child Abductions?
Lice are bad enough, and now there are super lice to deal with! The Doctors examine this nuisance that is stronger than your average lice.
Depression affects millions of people, including actress Maureen McCormick. The former “Brady Bunch” star opens up to The Doctors about her struggle and how she got off anti-depressants.
A mom’s approach to dealing with her kids not cleaning their room landed her with threatening messages from strangers about calling Child Protective Services. Did the frustrated mom go too far or was she simply using a creative way to reach her children?
This fruit, rich in fiber, is shown to help you lose more weight. So what are you waiting for?
It seems like we’ve been hearing more and more stories of attempted child kidnappings in broad daylight. The Doctors decided to conduct their own experiment to see just how willing kids are to talk to strangers.
"Super lice" have now hit 48 states in the U.S. and they are immune to over-the-counter treatments. Luckily there is a new FDA-approved procedure that’s here to help.
Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. But do you know what it looks like when it’s in your nail bed?
Have you ever heard of “resting angry face”? Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon and dermatologist Dr. Jason Emer help their patient Sue express the happiness she’s feeling.
With the rise of abduction stories in the news, The Doctors give some great tips to parents and kids on how to react when a stranger gets a little too close for comfort.