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Dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee demonstrates a new sclerotherapy treatment, in which a foaming polidocanol solution is injected through a very fine needle, directly into the vein. The results of the injection are immediate and permanent.
In a <i>The Doctors</i> exclusive, meet a woman who was internally decapitated and survived. Plus, positions to help blood pressure, migraines and cramps. And, how to determine your baby’s sex, erase varicose veins and more!
Tracie, 27, says since her second pregnancy, she’s developed large, painful varicose veins on her legs, and they’ve become more severe since giving birth to her fourth child. Vascular surgeon Dr. Rajeev Rao improves Tracie's condition with laser...
Parasites, freaky feet, piercings gone wrong -- no one is immune to gross anatomy. Witness how modern medicine can solve painful and unsightly problems on a special edition of The Doctors. Relief is possible –change your life today.
From ageless eyes to catching your ZZZs, learn the ABCs of women’s health. Get longer hair, sexier skin and a plumper pout. Say vamoose to varicose veins and do away with that double chin. Plus, tips to firm flabby arms!
Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Alexander Rivkin demonstrates the latest laser procedure for saying vamoose to unsightly spider veins.
Have you ever wondered: Does crossing your legs give you varicose veins? Does sugar really give kids a high? Is it OK to eat expired food? The Doctors separate fact from fiction behind these myths and more!
The Doctors and Health Investigator Liz Vaccariello decipher the difference between a health fix and a health myth. Learn the cause of varicose veins, if it’s OK to eat expired food and more!
The Doctors are joined by Health Investigator Liz Vaccariello to determine whether crossing your legs can cause varicose veins. Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon explains the true cause of the condition.