The Doctors discuss a study that suggests that wipes may contribute to allergies.
Psychologist, Dr. Courtney Warren joins The Doctors to share some very interesting findings from relationships studies.
The Doctors discuss the findings of a Canadian study in which researchers tested the mixture of inactive flu vaccine with erectile dysfunction drugs on mice with lung cancer.
OB/GYN Dr. Millie Behera joins The Doctors to discuss a study by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health which found that the more coffee a woman drinks during pregnancy, the more likely her child might be overweight.
The Doctors share this study from the British Medical Journal Open Journal that found pasta did not cause weight gain but actually could lead to a small amount of weight loss.
Can we change how our bodies age? The Doctors share a new study from the University of Alabama at Birmingham where researchers manipulated the aging process of mice.
If you’re looking to eat less, then you might need a little more silence during mealtime.
The Doctors weigh in on a homework assignment that had one student answering a hypothetical paternity question about who a pregnant teenager’s “baby daddy” could be.
Donating your body to science – while you’re still alive – can aide researchers in making lifesaving medical advances. Charlotte joins The Doctors to share her experiences as a clinical trial participant.
The Doctors turn out the lights for a special edition of nighttime medicine. Find out the top six sex mistakes people make and how to fix them. And, learn the best treatments for jetlag, sleep disorders, insomnia and hangovers.