In a Drs' Exclusive, a young man falls 2,000+ feet and survives days in a blizzard…how did he do it
Drs’ Exclusive: Man Survives 2,000 Foot Fall; Medication Cost Controversy; Student Saves Friend From Choking
The Doctors exclusively welcome Ryan, who survived falling 1500 feet while mountain climbing in Colorado, and his parents Dave and LaShawn.
ER Physician Dr. Travis Stork looks at seemingly random labeling and pricing of over-the-counter drugs – including examples where the same drug, marketed for two different conditions, has entirely different pricing.
See the amazing footage of a student saving another student from choking. Plus, The Doctors discuss the importance of being prepared for a choking emergency.
Newlyweds Roberta, 77, Abraham, 74, want their appearance to match their youthful lifestyle and go to plastic surgeons Dr. Andrew Ordon and Dr. Ritu Chopra for facelifts.
Bullfighting can be a dangerous and sometimes deadly sport and bullfighter Antonio found out just how scary it can be when he was gored. The Doctors weigh in on the extent of his severe injuries.
Forty to 45 percent of adults 65 and older say they regularly or frequently feel lonely – and that could be a deadly. A new UCLA study indicates that being lonely causes the same mortality rate as smoking 15 cigarettes a day.
The Doctors discuss the importance of pelvic floor exercises and how to avoid pelvic floor disorders.
Roberta, 77, Abraham, 74, join The Doctors to reveals the results of their facelifts. See the amazing transformation that plastic surgeons Dr. Andrew Ordon and Dr. Ritu Chopra achieved.
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