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
Andrew's dreams were stalled when an accident left him with an extremely difficult decision -- whether to amputate his leg.
The Doctors discuss a new plastic surgery procedure called ‘thighlighting’ that has some people going under the knife to get shapelier legs.
Jay first appeared on The Doctors earlier this season, where he asked a question about anal skin tags in our Medical Confessional. Proctologist Dr. Rosenfeld offered to remove his skin tag and we followed along for the procedure.
Mandy's life was forever changed when a weekend away almost turned deadly and she lost both of her legs.
Alyssa was faced with an unthinkable decision -- her leg or her life.
Could the quest for the perfect butt be deadly? The Doctors welcome fitness coach Janelle, who discusses her experience getting illegal butt injections and the subsequent pain she experiences.
Bethany was one of the millions of Americans suffering from digestive issues, but in her case, her severe irritable bowel syndrome almost killed her.
Can shoes give your backside a boost? The Doctors put several types of shoes to the test to see which ones produced the best silhouette.
Meet Noah, who lost 186-pounds and Eugene who went from obese to working as a male model. They share important tips about how to get in shape.