Cigarette smoking causes nearly a half million deaths in America every year, which is more than AIDS, alcohol, car accidents, illegal drugs, murders and suicides combined. And a decision to quit smoking could save your life.
The holidays bring people together, but if you are dealing with medical issues you might have to think twice about what you eat.
Have you ever seen someone doze off in the middle of a conversation? It could be the medical condition, narcolepsy, which viewer Michelle knows about all too well.
This year, approximately 600,000 people were expected to die from cancer in America. But, we can change these numbers, and one way is with early screening and detection. The Doctors meet Sally, who says early detection made a difference in her life.
How to get a younger looking appearance is the question many people, especially women, have been asking for years. The Doctors meet Nicole who wants to know the answer.
How to get a younger looking appearance is the question that many people, especially women, have been asking for years. Cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Jason Emer shares some of his tips.
Megan joins The Doctors in hopes of finding a solution to keep her arm pits dry when she’s under pressure. Chris Putman, a research and development scientist from Procter & Gamble weighs in with suggestions and a “Secret.”
The Doctors meet Megan, a wedding planner who is dealing with a problem.
Dr. Travis Stork introduces Brandi, who shares her story about living with sarcoidosis, something she has in common with singer Angie Stone and the late comedian Bernie Mac.
The Doctors welcome allergist Dr. Neeta Ogden, a Xyzal spokesperson, for Allergy Week to discuss how allergies can impact how you feel during the day and the night and share tips on what you can do about it.