48 million people get sick each year from foodborne diseases. Food safety specialist and North Caroline State University and creator of the “Barf Blog” shares what to be aware of.
Oysters are a delicacy but could they have caused a flesh-eating bacterium that ended up taking one woman’s life?
Could your favorite place to eat be brimming with bacteria? The Doctors conducted a restaurant investigation and they swabbed every nook and cranny. Find out the results.
The Doctors are joined by the star of Spike’s "Bar Rescue" Jon Taffer, who shares some dirty secrets about bars and restaurants. He reveals 4 things you need to watch out for the next time you go out!
Do you store your milk in your refrigerator door? The Doctors share tips on where to keep certain food items in your refrigerator.
Would a refund on your restaurant bill make up for a spotting a rat?
With the gross statistic that 1 in 5 lunchboxes contain the bacteria staph and many fabric lunch sacks are breeding grounds for mold, The Doctors investigate just how dirty the average lunch box is.
Jon Taffer uncovers all sorts of unsavory incidents on his hit Spike series, “Bar Rescue,” and he joins The Doctors to share what to look out for when you are at a bar or restaurant.
A new phone app claims to instantly sniff out your fish, meat and chicken to tell you if it’s fresh or spoiled!
Is the sushi you’re eating comprised of fake fish, or even worse, fish that will make you sick? The Doctors investigate potential fish fraud with Larry Omsted, author of “Real Food, Fake Food.”