Comedian and actress Vicky Lawrence joins the Doctors to play a game where she has to guess based on a photograph if a skin condition is a hive or something else.
Is it a bug bite, mole, zit, or something more serious? Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra joins The Doctors to help explain skin lumps and bumps.
In a "The Doctors" exclusive, actress Vicki Lawrence opens up about her struggle with chronic idiopathic urticaria. See how she's raising awareness for the common skin condition, which affects nearly 1.5 million Americans.
Emmy Award-winning actress and comedienne Vicki Lawrence raises awareness for chronic idiopathic urticaria, a common skin condition that affects nearly 1.5 million Americans.
Lindsey, a publicity coordinator for “The Doctors,” learns what could be causing her chronic and severe hives. Plus, learn the latest treatment option for this common condition.
Learn about a common skin condition that causes unexplained and severe hives for more than six weeks. Plus, see how a newly approved injection can provide relief for sufferers.
The Doctors travels across the country to answer 50 questions from 50 states! And, you know about the seasonal and H1N1 flu viruses, but should you worry about the dog flu, too?
OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains what can cause hives.
From plastic surgery to sexual health, The Doctors go across the country to answer 50 questions from 50 states! And, you know about the seasonal and H1N1 flu, but do you have to worry about the dog flu, too?