The Doctors answer a viewer question about when it is usually safe for a baby to sleep on their stomach. Plus, OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry details when parents should be most concerned about sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
A mother asks The Doctors if she should be worried about SIDS since her 5-month-old son who used to sleep on his back is now rolling onto his stomach the moment she puts him down.
The Doctors welcome pathology assistant Nicole Angemi who runs a viral pathology Instagram account to share how she’s using images of cadavers to help educate her followers about some habits and vices that can compromise your health.
The Doctors discuss how to find the right person to support you during death with death doula Alua.
The Doctors speak with Death Doula, Alua Arthur about her unique job.
With the sad news of the deaths of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain and designer Kate Spade, The Doctors share tips on how to possibly spot the warning signs of someone who is considering taking their life.
In a revealing 9-1-1 call, Aaron Carter’s friend shared that he had been allegedly inhaling computer duster or “dusting.” ER physician Dr. Travis Stork warns about sudden sniffing death.
In a "The Doctors" Special Report, get the latest details surrounding the death of 22-year-old Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of the late Whitney Houston and R&B artist Bobby Brown.
The Doctors send Alex, who survived a sudden cardiac arrest, to pediatric neurologist Terence Sanger at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to see what he can do to help reduce his muscle spasms and improve his mobility.
School is back in session and The Doctors are assigning homework. Get the facts on germs, illness and immunizations. And, how to prevent lice!