The Doctors reveal the best time and day to call in sick…and also the best excuse to give.
Would you help someone who fainted on a subway train, or would you panic and run away? The Doctors question whether it’s ever OK to try to protect yourself against possible infectious diseases by refusing to help others.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez discusses what may have caused one man’s stomach to balloon after drinking a beer tainted with river water.
The Doctors share all the reasons why you might vomit.
The new Doctor on Demand app — currently available to California residents — allows you to video chat with a board-certified physician, who can evaluate and diagnose you, and offer treatment options, within minutes. See how it works! Doctor on Demand...
The Doctors tackle your biggest fears about the flu. Anti-viral or anti-bacterial medicines: What's the difference? Plus, new health gadgets: track calories burned from your wrist, listen to music through your cheekbones and more!
Eating healthy but still packing on the pounds? You could be stuck in a food trap! The Doctors reveal the truth about foods you THINK are healthy. Then, why you shouldn't drink OJ while you have the flu! And, four items NO kitchen should be without.
Learn the most effective ways to rehydrate the body after a bout of stomach-churning sickness.
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is on the rise in Idaho, and has infected at least 26 children. Learn the symptoms to look out for.
Think airplanes or classrooms harbor the most germs? Think again! Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears demonstrates why your office can make you sick.