The Doctors welcome internist Dr. Ian Tong, Chief Medical Officer of Doctor On Demand, to discuss why the baby boomer generation has been hit so hard by the flu this season.
New research published in the British Medical Journal says men and women have different responses to colds and viruses. Could men really suffer more than women fighting off the same germs?
The Doctors discuss the case of a pregnant woman who was fired from her job for not getting the flu shot and whether getting the shot is something expecting women should get.
The Doctors meet Joei who got the flu shot, but still came down with the virus and developed sepsis causing doctors to amputate his fingers and toes.
The Doctors have an incredible surprise for Joei, the man that suffered from the flu virus and lost his fingers and awaits the amputation of his toes after developing sepsis as a result of the flu.
The Doctors welcome Joei who suffered from an extreme case of the flu and lost his fingers. He is also awaiting the amputation of some of his toes as a result of complications from the illness.
The Doctors share the rule of working out when you’re under the weather.
The Doctors weigh in on Gwyneth Paltrow's approach to fighting the flu by sweating it out in the sauna.
Nurse Lacey from Passport Health joins us to get out the word on the importance of getting your flu shot. Plus, The Doctors debunk some myths surrounding the shot many people dread.
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?