The Doctors talk toilets and answer some common questions about just how dirty those public toilet seats are. Can you catch a disease while sitting on one?
The Doctors answer a viewer question about whether you should bring a fever down with medication or not?
The Doctors separate fact from fiction when it comes to what you can actually catch from a toilet seat. Should you hover or can you sit when using a public restroom?
The Doctors weigh in on if actress Emily Blunt's reported trick using oregano oil to nip a cold in the bud fast is a buzz or bust.
The Doctors discuss whether oregano oil can help prevent or treat a cold. Is there any science to back up this claim?
The Doctors invite on otolaryngologist and author of “Hype” Dr. Nina Shapiro to set the record straight on three common health beliefs.
Do vitamin C supplements actually treat a cold? The Doctors weigh in on this popular notion.
The Doctors weigh in on Gwyneth Paltrow's approach to fighting the flu by sweating it out in the sauna.
Most of us deal with the common cold 2 to 3 times a year. But how would you know if that cold was actually something worse?
The common cold is caught 2 to 3 times per year, but how can you know if what you think is a cold is actually something worse?