The Doctors are joined by "Saints & Sinners" star Vanessa Bell Calloway -- who had breast cancer -- and Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, to discuss what you need to know about the second most common type of cancer.
Each year, more than 300,000 Americans are diagnosed with breast cancer.
Blood in your stool, a change in bowel habits, fatigue, stomach aches are all symptoms not to be ignored, no matter what your age is, as they could be a sign of a very serious medical issue.
Touch, taste, smell, hearing, and sight tell our brain what it needs to know about the world. But, they may also be telling you something about your health.
Americans are busier than ever and the "sandwich generation" is taking care of their children as well as their aging family members.
Imagine having a healthy child who falls ill and you have no idea why even after seeking out many different medical opinions. Kristen and Clayton say they struggled to find answers to their daughter Cara's medical mystery.
Imagine having a healthy child who falls ill and you have no idea why – even after many medical opinions. Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall and parents Kristen and Clayton share their daughter’s unusual case.
Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, will affect approximately 8 million Americans this year.