Birthday parties are filled with fun and food and... fecal matter?! The Doctors discuss one such potluck party in Charlotte, North Carolina that reportedly left attendees ill after they came in contact with a bacteria called Shigella.
Experts in the UK found fecal matter in the ice at multiple popular coffee chains. So The Doctors decided to conduct their own experiment on your favorite iced beverages. The results might shock you.
The Doctors, joined by environmental activist Erin Brockovich, discuss a new study released from the Environmental Working Group that found 218 million American’s water contains levels of chromium-6 that are considered dangerous.
The Doctors, joined by environmental activist Erin Brockovich, discuss how to find out what’s in your drinking water!
The Doctors’ Investigative Reporter Melanie Woodrow reveals insider details on a cruise ship that’s being labeled a “giant, floating Petri dish.”
Hear from a passenger who was on board a cruise ship that became a “giant, floating Petri dish.”
Get an inside look at real-life trauma and drama as The Doctors follows Dr. Travis into the E.R. And, the Triplets, whose baby girls are all approaching their first birthday, are back! Get the answers to their biggest new-mom questions!
Do you measure up to the “Golden Ratio,” the equation that determines perfect beauty? And, if you drink soda from a can, you won’t believe what else you’re ingesting! Plus, how to prepare your teenager for her first period.
E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork warns that if you drink soda -- or anything out of a can -- you won’t believe what else you may be ingesting!
E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork tests a rag from a car wash to see how contaminated it is. See the results!