Could the spices in this salad recipe help you slim down?
The Doctors welcome internist and nutrition specialist Dr. Melina Jampolis to discuss how adding spice to the foods you eat may potentially help you lose weight.
The Doctors discuss the case of a woman who died after she went crabbing in Louisana. Reports claim she died after eating raw oysters contaminated with the flesh-eating bacteria Vibrio, but are these reports accurate and is it dangerous eating raw oysters
What you eat after a workout can have an impact on your body, and The Doctors reveal the type of fish you should be consuming after breaking a sweat.
The Doctors share the results of a study that looked at satiety after consuming mushrooms or meat with your breakfast.
It's time to rethink your breakfast and begin incorporating a popular pizza topping into your first meal of the day.
Should you be worried about your children eating hot chips?
You might think that eating healthy is too expensive, but Marley, the creator of The Produce Section Challenge, joins The Doctors to share how you can create multiple meals for under $10 dollars.
Do you have burps that smell particularly bad? The Doctors answer a question from a viewer who asked, "Why do my burps smell so rancid? Is this a sign of something?"
Does drinking activated charcoal have any health benefits? The Doctors weigh in on the trend of adding charcoal to your coffee, which some claim can help you detoxify.