The Doctors answer your burning medical questions about sweat and vitamins in a quick-fire round of questions.
Vitamins & Supplements
The Doctors are examining some of the latest celebrity beauty trends and weighing in on if they are hacks or whacks!
The Doctors weigh on a claim that crushed vitamin C can lighten dyed hair. Should you be putting the vitamin in your hair like Kim Kardashian?
Don’t toss the inside of your carved pumpkin! The Doctors discuss how pumpkins contain minerals and vitamins that can possibly improve your eye health.
The Doctors invite on otolaryngologist and author of “Hype” Dr. Nina Shapiro to set the record straight on three common health beliefs.
Do vitamin C supplements actually treat a cold? The Doctors weigh in on this popular notion.
The Doctors welcome dentist Chris Strandburg to explain why chewable vitamin C can wreak havoc on your teeth, especially in children.
Wet wipes may be causing allergies in your children! Doctors at Stanford are reversing food allergies-find out how! Is delaying your period for a vacation harmful? Check in with the dentist: can chewable vitamin C ruin your teeth?
Dentist Chris Strandburg joins The Doctors to talk about possible chewable Vitamin C dangers and dentists using lasers to fill cavities.
The Doctors discuss a new study which found promising results in the treatment of tremors with mega-doses of vitamin B1.