The Doctors discuss a study which found that some clothes at department stores were covered by a slew of germs, different types of bacteria and various viruses. Find out what you can do to protect yourself when buying new clothes.
The Doctors share side-by-side photos of two very similar looking infections on the corners of the mouth but they are not the same!
The Doctors discuss a new study that found the virus that causes mononucleosis, Epstein Bar Virus or EBV, may also increase the risk of developing seven autoimmune diseases.
The Doctors answer a viewer question about whether you should bring a fever down with medication or not?
The Doctors separate fact from fiction when it comes to what you can actually catch from a toilet seat. Should you hover or can you sit when using a public restroom?
The Doctors talk toilets and answer some common questions about just how dirty those public toilet seats are. Can you catch a disease while sitting on one?
The Doctors discuss whether oregano oil can help prevent or treat a cold. Is there any science to back up this claim?
A viewer asks The Doctors on social media about the best way to avoid getting sick on a plane.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares that raccoons throughout the country have gotten distemper, a viral infection that can manifest much like rabies and causes the raccoons to display neurologically deranged behavior.
The Doctors discuss whether taking fluoroquinolone antibiotics can have adverse side effects on your health.