The Doctors weigh in on an alarming CDC report about adult vaccinations in America.
To demonstrate how quick and relatively painless adult immunizations can be, ER physician Dr. Travis Stork and plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon receive recommended vaccinations on stage.
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The Doctors round up the biggest health tips from the Lone Star State. Learn which Tex-Mex foods are best for you, and how to cut calories from barbeque. Dr. Lisa goes into an operating room to find out how doctors perform robotic-assisted surgeries!
The Doctors answer health questions at a popular Dallas Farmer’s Market.
The Doctors discuss the alarming outbreak of whooping cough, or pertussis in the U.S., and how the nation suffered the worst rates of infection in almost six decades.
Whooping cough is a highly contagious bacterial infection that can strike people of any age but is most dangerous to children, particularly infants under 1 year old. Learn the signs and symptoms and how to keep your child safe.
Pediatrician Dr. Sonya Sethi Gohill, from Brentwood Pediatrics, explains how to prevent pertussis in infants.
Anyone can catch pertussis, or whooping cough, but it is particularly dangerous to infants and small children because they can cough so hard, they cannot catch their breath.
See the heartbreaking story of one mother who unknowingly passed whooping cough to her newborn.