A childhood accident left Sabena only able to breathe out of one side of her nose. She tells us she has 100 percent blockage in her left nostril, which has led numerous sinus infections, loss of her voice, and frequent congestion and sore throats.
Some believe that drinking hydrogen peroxide can help treat a variety of health issues like inflammation and sinus infections, but The Doctors say otherwise!
Most of us deal with the common cold 2 to 3 times a year. But how would you know if that cold was actually something worse?
Could your constant running nose be warning sign of erectile dysfunction (ED)?
ER physician Travis Stork and Bruce Blausen, president and CEO of Blausen Medical, reveal three medical conditions made worse in the fall.
The Doctors share what you need to know about the alarming Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa. Could you be at risk? Then, one man shares his story of battling — and beating — breast cancer. Plus, painful prickling and incessant itching: The Doctors help
Can coffee reduce the risk of skin cancer? Could eyeliner cause sinus infections? The Doctors separate health facts from fiction. Then, Teen Mom star Maci Bookout opens up about her reported “mystery illness.” Could you be at risk? Plus, five items in you
Orange tongue? Blue skin? Green stool? Find out what the colors of the rainbow could be revealing about your health. Then, see how one mother’s selfless act saved her friend’s baby from a deadly liver disease. Plus, can strict parenting lead to obese chil
Karen says that she’s had chronic sinus infections all her life and sometimes, her mucus can be tinged orange. She wants to know if she should be worried. Dr. Sears shares how to treat irritated membranes in the nose.
One man shares his story of battling — and beating — breast cancer. Then, painful prickling and incessant itching: The Doctors help one viewer solve her mysterious skin problem. Plus, have an appetite for dirt? Find out what bizarre cravings could reveal