The Doctors welcome pediatrician Dr. Tanya Altmann, who wrote the book "Baby and Toddler Basics: Expert Answers to Parents' Top 150 Questions," to help answer some of the top questions concerning your little one.
The Doctors discuss the shocking case of the parents who were sent to prison for reportedly giving their newborn daughter drugs on the day she was born.
The Doctors discuss a medical first – a transgender woman who is able to breastfeed.
Is it possible for parents to know too much when it comes to the future of their children's health?
A nursery in England is making headlines after reviving the old Scandinavian parenting trick of having your baby sleep outside in the cold.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares how an expectant non-birth mom could induce breastfeeding.
Parents always have questions about the health of their babies and toddlers. Pediatrician Dr. Tanya Altman joins The Doctors to answer some of the most popular questions from her new book “Baby and Toddler Basics.”
A Utah couple was sentenced to prison for giving their newborn daughter drugs the day she was born to mask addiction withdrawal symptoms from hospital workers.
A New Jersey judge made a life-changing decision in a case between an anorexic woman and her parents. The Doctors are joined by attorney Areva Martin to weigh in on this case.
Children under 4 years old don’t have the ability to thoroughly chew food and it can easily get caught in their small windpipes. The Doctors share some tips to keep your loved ones safe.