The Doctors share if the DIY keloid removal and the blister-prevention tip using tape are hacks or wacks!
College student Danya, the creator of “KnoNap,” a napkin which can test for date rape drugs, joins The Doctors.
The Doctors weigh in on the millennial trend of “pre-toxing,” where you receive treatments like fillers or injections at the first sign of a wrinkle. Does this approach work in combating those pesky lines?
Want to lower your chances of contracting heart disease, diabetes, and cancer!? The answer doesn’t lie in a pill – and it could help you lose a little weight as well.
Prevention Magazine Executive Editor Olessa Pindak joins The Doctors to explain which items you should not be adding to your morning joe.
The Doctors and Barbara O’Dair, editor-in-chief of Prevention, surprise Forensic Nurse Laura Clary with an amazing trip as the winner of America’s Most Amazing Nurse contest.
The Doctors and Prevention magazine reveal the winner of America’s Most Amazing Nurse contest. We are joined by Barbara O’Dair, editor-in-chief of Prevention, to honor the deserving nurse.
One family found that their beloved lost dog had been adopted by someone else – who refused to give him back!
New evidence suggests that eating soy could be protective against breast cancer – even estrogen-negative breast cancers, an effect that no one expected.
Nurses are so much more than many realize: they are educators, counselors, advocates, confidants, and friends. Prevention magazine is joining forces with The Doctors in a nationwide search to find America’s Most Amazing Nurse!