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
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.
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.
An Australian woman recently dialed 911 to complain about the hike in the price of marijuana.
Fast food items may not be the healthiest choices but a new study found that many fast food packaging items are created with Perfluorinated compounds, which have been linked to cancer, birth defects and more.
The Doctors share a video of a remarkable earwax removal procedure done at the doctor’s office.
"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.
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.
The Doctors discuss a website called PornHub that has created their own online wellness center offering sexual education videos. Is this the future of sex ed?