The Drs Investigate: Lunchbox Dangers; Toxic Fast Food Wrappers; Erotic Websites For Sex Ed; You Called 911 for That; Tiffani Thiessen’s Healthy Dinner Tips
Ever noticed those white stripes on uncooked chicken breasts? They are the result of a muscle disorder that is plaguing the chicken we eat.
Tiffani Thiessen first won over hearts on “Saved by the Bell” and now the actress is cooking up something special on the Cooking Channel’s “Dinner at Tiffani’s.”
With the gross statistic that 1 in 5 lunchboxes contain the bacteria staph and many fabric lunch sacks are breeding grounds for mold, The Doctors investigate just how dirty the average lunch box is.
An IUD removal can cost up to $200, but a new DIY IUD removal process could save you some money and trip to the doctor.
Should sex education come from erotic websites? The Doctors weigh in on the unconventional way some teens are learning about sex.
"Hamilton" star Miguel Cervantes is on top of the world starring in one of the hottest musicals, but things took a turn last year when his baby daughter was diagnosed with epilepsy, which affects 3 million people in America.
The Doctors reveal a simple trick to use during a blackout to make sure your frozen goods are safe to eat once the power returns.
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