In 1993, Stephanie was brutally attacked, raped and stabbed repeatedly in the face. Miraculously, she lived through the horrific attack and joins The Doctors to share her touching survival story.
Stabbing Survivor’s Remarkable Transformation!; Angie Everhart’s Cancer Battle; Olympian Medical Records Hacked!; Prescription Heroin?!; Kitchen Hack Saves You From Scrubbing!
Is your bad breath beyond the help of brushing, flossing and mouthwash? The Doctors examine something quite shocking and rather gross – salivary stones!
Canada is prescribing heroin to certain addicts in an effort to save lives. The Doctors weigh in on this unconventional new program.
Angie Everhart’s life was turned upside down in 2013 when she discovered she had cancer. The supermodel joins The Doctors to share her story and reveals how it changed her life.
If you’ve tried everything to combat bad breath, could the culprit be a salivary stone?
Using this item from your laundry room will help save your muscles while scrubbing burnt pans.
In a Doctors’ Exclusive, a woman reveals her remarkable recovery after being nearly stabbed to death
Hackers leaked the medical files of Serena & Venus Williams, Simone Biles and basketball player Elana Delle Donne. Here are some tips to keeping your medical records safe!
Plastic surgeon Dr. David Alessi and Mrs. Deborah Alessi, founder of Face Forward, which offers pro bono reconstructive surgery to victims of violent crimes, join The Doctors to discuss Stephanie’s amazing makeover.
After being bitten over 100 times, a family alleges their seats on a recent flight were infested with creepy crawlers.