The Doctors weigh in on yet another outlandish online claim! Some people think steaming your vagina with hot coffee can help induce labor.
The Doctors discuss a study which found that babies who were given fish oil supplements in the first 6 months of their lives had smaller waist sizes at age 5.
The Doctors and Dr. Jeffrey Steinberg discuss the possible downsides of genetic screening for unborn babies.
Does your little one look more like daddy? The Doctors weigh in on a study which claims a baby’s health is linked to which parent the child resembles, but what do they agree with this study’s claim?
The Doctors answer a viewer question about when it is usually safe for a baby to sleep on their stomach. Plus, OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry details when parents should be most concerned about sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
A mother asks The Doctors if she should be worried about SIDS since her 5-month-old son who used to sleep on his back is now rolling onto his stomach the moment she puts him down.
Can you and your baby use the same sunscreen or do you need a different type?
The Doctors discuss a couple’ ultrasound of their baby that appeared to look like an alien. Find out if doctors found anything concerning with the baby.
The Doctors discuss a study which found that when the parents aren’t around, babysitters, friends, or even relatives are less likely to place the infant in the safe sleeping position on their backs.