The Doctors discuss a new study which says couples in open relationships could be happier than those in monogamous ones! Ask The Doctors! Can you get skin cancer where the sun doesn’t shine? Latest skincare trend: Botox facials?
The Doctors field a question from Diana who has a lasting wound following the removal of a tumor after a skin cancer scare. Find out how dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra treated her and how Diana is now protecting her skin.
Jhordyne shares with The Doctors that her protruding ears have been a huge insecurity throughout her entire life. Later, Diana asks for help for the hole left in her head after Mohs surgery.
Cailin thought she simply had a pimple, but it turned out to be skin cancer. After being left with a large hole in her nose, plastic surgeon Dr. Kian Karimi helped reconstruct the damage.
How Woman’s Nose Was Reconstructed after Skin Cancer
Psychologist, Dr. Courtney Warren joins The Doctors to share some very interesting findings from relationships studies.
The Doctors discuss how married and long-term couples are less likely to develop melanoma compared to those who are single.
The Doctors welcome YouTube stars Kevin and Lill, the grandma and grandson social media duo, to discuss how their followers helped Lill spot her skin cancer.
Viewers reached out to Grandma Lill after seeing a spot on her nose. That spot turned out to be cancer.
Could taking an aspirin every day increase your risk of developing melanoma? The Doctors and oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro discuss the findings of a study which may concern men taking the medication.