Does your tongue ever get yellow spots or marks? The Doctors share what may be causing someone to develop these spots and whether you should be worried.
The Doctors weigh in on patients who have developed a host of diseases and conditions including a thrombosis in the hand, and infection from a sand fly and extreme blisters on the feet. Could these ailments happen to you?
The Doctors spin the “Pee Wheel” and help explain why your urine might be changing to a different color like green, red, dark yellow, dark orange and red.
The Doctors discuss how a man treated a cyst on his face at home and issue a strong warning against attempting this.
The Doctors discuss the case of a man who developed black blisters on his lips and genitals.
The Doctors discuss the case of a woman who had a worm living in her lip after being bit by a mosquito!
The Doctors talk toilets and answer some common questions about just how dirty those public toilet seats are. Can you catch a disease while sitting on one?
The Doctors separate fact from fiction when it comes to what you can actually catch from a toilet seat. Should you hover or can you sit when using a public restroom?
A viewer asks The Doctors if she has a fever, should she take a fever reducer or just let it be?
The Doctors discuss navel stones, which are caused by a buildup of dead skin cells and oil in the belly button. Find out how you can avoid developing one of these unsightly stones in your navel.