The Doctors discuss the case of a family being bumped from a flight after other passengers allegedly reported that they suspected a child possibly had lice.
One unlucky United Airlines passenger was sat next to an intoxicated man who allegedly urinated on the victim’s leg.
Melissa Rivers joins The Doctors to weigh in on a story about three post-op people trying to fly home but getting denied since their faces no longer matched their passport pics.
Some parents traveling with young kids have hopped on the trend of passing out goody bags to their fellow airline passengers as a way to preemptively apologize for any chaos, but one parent thinks this trend is a bad idea.
With the holiday season upon us, chances are you will be doing plenty of traveling to see family and friends, so why not save money and time on getting there? The Doctors welcome travel expert Gilbert Ott who shares some great apps that can ease your wint
Holiday travel can prove to be both stressful and expensive. Travel blogger Gilbert Ott joins The Doctors to share his favorite apps to get you through this seasons hectic holiday travel.
Veterinarian Dr. Courtney Campbell and The Doctors speak with a woman who was kicked off an airplane for bringing her emotional support pig onboard. Plus, learn the benefits of using pigs as therapy animals.
The Doctors talk with a former flight attendant who created a site where people can post photos of passengers behaving inappropriately while flying. Will it change your behavior the next time you fly?
The Doctors talk with a 72-year-old woman who was escorted from a plane because fellow passengers said she looked sick and could be contagious. The Doctors discuss how airlines should respond if there is a sick passenger on a flight.
Airline crew members are more likely to develop skin cancer because of sunlight through the plane’s windows. Is it another reason to request an aisle seat?