The Doctors are doing the dirty work once again! This time we're testing keyboards, keys, and smartphones to find out if they are dirtier than a toilet seat!
The Doctors discuss the case of a woman who died after she went crabbing in Louisana. Reports claim she died after eating raw oysters contaminated with the flesh-eating bacteria Vibrio, but are these reports accurate and is it dangerous eating raw oysters
The Doctors are joined by urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz to discuss urinary tract infections, and whether partners can pass them to each other, similar to a sexually transmitted disease.
The Doctors are doing the dirty work once again with our Dirty Truth segment, this time examining your soda can. Is the can your drinking from crawling with germs?
Could your favorite restaurant be brimming with dangerous bacteria?
The Doctors discuss a facial infection that can be common among kids.
When Memphis was just 6 months old the unthinkable happened and his dad Chris was told he only had hours to live.
The Doctors' producer Leslie Marcus has investigated a variety of important topics including everything from whether your children's toys contain toxic materials to whether the germs in your gym are making you sick.
The Doctors discuss the surprising area of the airport that is dirtier than a toilet!
The Doctors discuss how a recent survey found the average person changes their sheets every 24 days.