A viewer asks The Doctors if she has a fever, should she take a fever reducer or just let it be?
A viewer writes in asking an important question about fevers.
The Doctors share how someone’s first exposure to a genital herpes outbreak could result in a low-grade fever. They also detail other signs of genital herpes and share how it should be treated.
The Doctors meet Kris, a victim of medical tourism.
The Doctors answer a viewer question about whether you should bring a fever down with medication or not?
Sweet's syndrome can be triggered by an infection, illness or medication. It can cause painful skin lesions and fever.
The Doctors examine the case of a toddler who almost died after swallowing a bobby pin, which stayed in his body for months.
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ER physician Travis Stork shares tips on how to safely take acetaminophen to reduce fevers.
A woman who developed a life-threatening infection while breast-feeding her newborn baby shares her story.