The Doctors answer a viewer question about how to avoid getting sick while flying. Plus, are protective masks effective in stopping the spreading of germs and infections? Also, does where you sit on a plane play a role in getting sick?
The Doctors share information on the Ceres Community Project which provides low-income people struggling with serious health conditions free and low-cost meals delivered straight to their doors.
The Doctors share a simple and “sweet” way to possibly cut down on your risk of having a stroke.
Could it be possible for someone to smell a disease? The Doctors discuss a woman who claims she is able to sniff out Parkinson’s disease -- even before it is diagnosed!
Parents Sara and Paul are on a mission to save their daughter Marian’s life who was born with a rare storage disorder called Niemann-Pick type C, which has symptoms that mimic Alzheimer’s.
The Doctors were joined by exoneree Clarence last season that spent several years in jail for a crime he did not commit, and the show sent him to Dr. Eugene Lipov to treat his PTSD.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho dives into objectophilia and why people become sexually attracted to inanimate objects.
The Doctors share a viral video of a 7-year-old with a congenital syndrome called Pentalogy of Cantrell, which makes it possible to clearly see her heart beating through her skin.
Parasites can burrow into your skin, feed off your body, and there are over 1,000 different species that can infect you.
Dan Riskin, host of Animal Planet’s “Monsters Inside Me,” joins The Doctors to share about some of the most common and terrifying parasites that you should be aware of.