Dr. Nina Shapiro

Can Nasal Balloons Prevent Ear Infections?

ER physician Travis Stork and pediatric otolaryngologist Nina Shapiro are joined by The Doctors’ staff member, Nicole, and her daughter, Morgan, to test the effectiveness of nasal balloons in preventing ear infections. Are they a non-invasive,...

Medical Advances You Need to Know About

The Doctors tackle your biggest fears about the flu. Anti-viral or anti-bacterial medicines: What's the difference? Plus, new health gadgets: track calories burned from your wrist, listen to music through your cheekbones and more!

Medical Advances You Need to Know About

The Doctors tackle your biggest fears about the flu. Anti-viral or anti-bacterial medicines: What's the difference? Plus, new health gadgets: track calories burned from your wrist, listen to music through your cheekbones and more!

Tonsillectomy Breakthrough

When does a recurring sore throat require a more drastic treatment? Dr. Nina Shapiro, pediatric ear, nose and throat surgeon and author of "Take a Deep Breath," joins The Doctors to discuss if and when parents should consider scheduling a tonsillectomy...

Silent Symptoms You Can't Ignore

Is your body trying to tell you something? The Doctors reveal subtle signs that, if unnoticed, could cost you your life. Plus, one disease is afflicting 65 million Americans, and most people don't know they have it. Find out if it’s affecting you.

Study on snoring in children

A recent study shows that children who snore or have other sleep disturbances are more likely to have behavioral problems later in life and are more likely to need special education.

UCLA pediatric ear, nose and throat surgeon Dr. Nina Shapiro joins...

Silent Symptoms You Can't Ignore

Is your body trying to tell you something? The Doctors reveal subtle signs that, if unnoticed, could cost you your life. Plus, one disease is afflicting 65 million Americans, and most people don't know they have it. Find out if it’s affecting you.

Pediatric Adenoidectomy

Enlarged adenoids can block your child's airway, making it hard for him or her to breathe. Pediatric otolaryngologist Dr. Nina Shapiro performs an adenoidectomy on 8-year-old Jeffrey.