Watch as otolaryngologist Dr. Brian Weeks performs a new, minimally invasive procedure to treat chronic sinusitis.
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Otolaryngologist Dr. Brian Weeks explains how a new nasal implant could change the way chronic sinusitis is treated. Plus, see how Betty is doing three days after surgery.
Actor, author and former fashion model Tyrese Gibson shares relationship advice from his new book! Then, from an implant that relieves chronic sinus pressure to a stitch-free fix for receding gums, The Doctors reveal the newest medical breakthroughs. Plus
Are you the picture of health? Learn how your personal photos, videos and voicemails could indicate a liver infection, digestive tract disorder, cancer and more. Plus, out-of-the-blue black and blues? Find out the meaning behind mysterious bruises.
Severe hoarseness and difficultly speaking and swallowing can be symptoms of vocal cord paralysis. Otolaryngologist Dr. Brian Weeks performs a laryngoscopy to explain how the vocal cords are examined.
What miffs you most about your body? <i>The Doctors</i> helps you tackle your most aggravating ailments. Hear how sharks are improving people’s health! And, smooth cracked heels, banish razor burn and more!
Diane says she experiences unrelenting popping and clicking in her ears, and has a perpetual headache. She visits ear, nose and throat surgeon Dr. Brian Weeks in search of help.
Stewart, 27, suffered with hoarseness in his voice for six months. He visits otolaryngologist Dr. Brian Weeks to determine what is causing his hoarseness, and to correct the painful problem.
Who says everything is better in moderation? The Doctors show you how to bulk up, add inches and boost your beauty regime. Enhance your breasts, lips and lashes without surgery. Plus, how just one kiss is more powerful than sex!
Actress Sally Field joins The Doctors to raise awareness about osteoporosis, a bone-thinning disease that affects four times more women than men. Learn steps to take to preserve the health of your bones.