If you have an appointment with your doctor, there is a chance he or she could be sick and still seeing patients.
The Doctors discuss the case of a pregnant woman who was fired from her job for not getting the flu shot and whether getting the shot is something expecting women should get.
A Texas mother was arrested and accused of subjecting her son to over 300 hospital visits and 13 surgeries. Is this a case of Munchausen by proxy?
The Doctors discuss the disturbing report of a man in Japan stabbing himself in the hip in order to get out of going to work.
Would you ever get sick on purpose…in order to make money? The Doctors and surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk chat with a student named Sian who has contracted Ebola and typhoid for medical testing…and lots of money.
The Doctors discuss shaming coworkers for showing up to the office sick and the proper etiquette when someone around you is coughing, sneezing and blowing their nose.
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!