Michelle's ex-boyfriend bit off her nose in a brutal attack. See how The Doctors use a skin flap to regrow Michelle’s blood supply and healthy skin over the hole in her nose.
For Erika and Hayley, their weight loss success was tied to ending their toxic relationships. After dropping their verbally abusive men, they both were able to get rid of their extra pounds.
Just how easy is it for kids be lured by strangers on social media?
There are over 1,000 different species of parasites that can infect you -- but do we need to be worried about them? The Doctors are joined by biologist and host of Animal Planet’s “Monsters Inside Me,” Dan Riskin to help inform us about the most common an
The Doctors share tips on how to avoid getting scammed by a crowdfunding website.
The Doctors are issuing a strong warning about the dangers of eating laundry and dishwasher soap packets.
Are two common elements of athletics, compression shorts and bicycle seats, causing problems for your penis? The Doctors welcome Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz, author of “The Penis Book,” to weigh in on some possible men's health hazards.
The Doctors welcome Dr. James Fallon, a neuroscientist and professor of psychiatry and human behavior at The University of Irvine, to discuss how the brain of a killer may differ from other brains.
Elise, who works as a nurse in an emergency room, was attacked by a patient while on the job.
What would you do if you discovered your boyfriend had a double life while you're giving birth to his baby?