A viewer emails The Doctors warning them about the risk of car seat accessories.
Have you heard the tip that you could poach an egg in the microwave? Well if you have, forget you did!
The Doctors discuss the possible dangers of cooking a whole egg in the microwave. One woman was sent to the hospital after she cooked a shelled egg in the appliance.
Clinical psychologist and attorney Dr. Lisa Strohman shares with The Doctors some frightening information about apps that could be putting your children at risk.
Can airline travel pose a risk to your health? Check out these videos so you can prepare to travel as safely as possible.
The Doctors and legal analyst Sara Azari discuss the case of a woman who had a pulmonary embolism during a flight and whether the airplane should have made an emergency landing.
The popular coffee chain, Starbucks, is taking the initiative to try and protect their employees by installing disposal boxes in locations across the country.
Researchers at University California Irvine determined hackers may be able to steal your passwords without ever seeing you type it by using a thermal camera that tracks where your fingers hit the keyboard.
The Doctors welcome Tyler Kaczmarek and Gene Tsudik, co-authors of the “Thermanator” study, to share how heat from our body can be used to steal a password type on a computer keyboard.
Tyler Kaczmarek and Gene Tsudik, co-authors of the “Thermanator” study, shares tips on how you can protect your passwords from being stolen by tracking one’s body heat.