Raylynn became a sensation online because of her 70-inch bottom. Find out if she underwent surgery to shrink her famous butt.
A viral video shows molten copper being poured on various food items. An apple, a steak, and popcorn all take obvious damage, but a fast-food burger seems to stay pretty similar to how it began. Does this indicate something alarming about fast food?
You might remember the white dress / blue dress picture that overtook the internet last year. This new optical illusion has taken the internet by storm. What do you see?
Can you be allergic to Wi-Fi? Chemical electromagnetic-sensitivity expert Dr. Lisa Nagy joins The Doctors to increase awareness about this very real condition.
Started in Asia, the “skinny enough” challenge has people taking pictures of their wrist wrapped in a bill to determine if they are skinny enough. The Doctors react to this latest trend going viral on the internet.
The Doctors chat with the "Shirtless Wonder," Ethan Renoe, who gained instant fame when he was stopped by a television news reporter while out for a run in the rain.
The Doctors chat with an instructor from Let’s Talk Sugar, a website that teaches young women how to be “sugar babies” to older, wealthy men.
Find out the most-searched-for goods and services state by state. What do the results say about people’s priorities?
Hear from a blogger and mother who says an online stranger stole photos of her son and posted them on social media as their own. Learn how to protect your loved ones from digital kidnapping.
Spanish artist David Lopera recently gained Internet fame for his digitally altered photos of celebrities, such as Kim Kardashian and Mila Kunis, which make the svelte women look at least 100 pounds heavier. The Doctors discuss how definitions of...