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Here’s the Best Way to Cure an Upset Stomach

It can be tough to know what to put in your body when you're dealing with an upset stomach, but there are a few surefire foods.

Flu Shot Myths Debunked!

Nurse Lacey from Passport Health joins us to get out the word on the importance of getting your flu shot. Plus, The Doctors debunk some myths surrounding the shot many people dread.

Pineapple More Effective Than Cough Syrup?

Next time you have a cough should you reach for pineapple? The Doctors discuss the anti-inflammation properties of the enzyme bromelain found in pineapple and it might have you second-guessing your medicine cabinet cough supplies.

The New York Times: My Year After Gastric Bypass

From The New York Times: Jessica Shapiro tells of her weight loss and her changing relationship with food in the months after gastric bypass surgery â€" her last resort to combat severe obesity.By: By GARETH SMIT, NICK HARBAUGH and JESSICA SHAPIRO. Watch the original video on Times Video: http://nyti.ms/2izlYHT

Surprises for Woman With Failed Surgeries

After multiple failed surgeries, Kim’s body was left extremely scarred. See what surprises 'The Doctors' have in store for her.

Failed Surgeries Ruined My Body

Meet Kim who underwent multiple surgeries in two years, leaving her scarred both physically and emotionally.

What You Need To Know About Strep Throat

Here are the symptoms most people experience.

Runner Living with Multiple Sclerosis Shares Inspiring Challenge

Cheryl joins The Doctors to talk about living with MS and her inspiring goal to become the first person with MS to run 7 marathons on 7 continents in 12 months.

Harmful Over-the-Counter Combinations?

Dr. Tania Elliot from “Doctor on Demand” joins The Doctors to share what over-the-counter medications you should never mix.

Toddler BFFs Battle Same Extremely Rare Disease as Parents Search for a Cure

Molly Duffy and Robbie Edwards, both 3, are the only U.S. Patients known to have the deadly neurodegenerative disease.

Surprises for Snoring Twins

Check out the surprises The Doctors have in store for Jan and Joy who share a serious snoring problem!

Twins Share a Snoring Problem!

Twin sisters Jan and Joy join The Doctors to discuss their shared snoring problem. The Doctors send the twins to meet with sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta to figure out what is causing the problem.

Man Gets Hepatitis from Energy Drinks?

One man’s energy drink habit gave him acute hepatitis. Could this happen to you?

Breakthrough for Rare Genetic Disorder?

The Doctors give you an update on Eliza, a young girl suffering with a rare genetic disorder called Sanfilippo. Find out how she’s doing now!

Family Quarantined for 726 Days to Keep Daughter Alive!

Cara and Glenn, parents of Eliza who has Sanfilippo disorder, join The Doctors to discuss Eliza’s health and the 726 days they spent in quarantine to keep her alive.

Family Fights for Cure for Rare Genetic Disorder

Cara and Glenn, parents of Eliza who has Sanfilippo disorder, join The Doctors to discuss their foundation which helps families struggling with raising a child with Sanfilippo. Also meet Jen & Samir whose son was recently diagnosed with Sanfilippo.

Disorder Causes Random Swelling?

The Doctors discuss hereditary angioedema, which is a genetic disorder that causes random episodes of swelling in body parts like hands, feet, face and airways.

Woman Born with Birth Defect Has Life Changing Surgery

Angela was born with a birth defect that caused her chest to start caving in on her internal organs. Pediatric surgeon Dr. Frazier Frantz and Angela join The Doctors to discuss Angela’s difficult surgery.

Bill Gates' Mission to Eradicate Polio

Bill Gates is on a global mission to eradicate the polio virus by the year 2020.

Near Deadly Paper Cut?!

The Doctors discuss 46-year-old Michael who ended up in a coma with a 50% chance of survival after getting a simple paper cut on his finger. How did this happen?

Tattoo That Could Save Your Life?

The Doctors discuss a new study that claims temporary tattoos can be used to treat MS and other chronic auto-immune conditions. Fashion forward treatment?

A Hangover or Something Worse?

A 21-year-old college student thought she simply had a bad hangover, however it turned out to be meningitis. By the time she got help, it was too late. Here are the symptoms you should be on the lookout for.

The Dangers of Superbugs

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork is joined by Pfizer’s CMO Dr. Freda Lewis Hall to discuss the dos and don’ts for taking antibiotics and what you need to know for cold & flu season.

Donor Dilemma?!

The nation’s opioid epidemic yields a tragic surge in organ donors, but this poses a life and death dilemma…would you take an organ from a drug addict?

The New York Times: Taller Than the Trees

From The New York Times: Japanese men haven’t traditionally been caregivers. But for Masami Hayata, it’s a crucial part of raising his family.By: By MEGAN MYLAN. Watch the original video on Times Video: http://nyti.ms/2dIj8Bw

Influenza by the Numbers: What to Know for This Year's Flu Season

Using data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, HealthGrove highlights flu-related facts to know for this year's flu season.

Which Cold Remedies Actually Work (And Which Ones to Avoid)

Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld, author of 'The Best Treatment,' sat down with Oprah to explain some of the best ways to alleviate the symptoms for the common cold and the leading treatments for other prevalent illnesses.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Helping Kids Make Strides to Better Health

A girl from Nigeria says she has a new future ahead, after a life-changing trip to Mayo Clinic. The new Limb Lengthening and Regeneration Clinic, which incorporates many medical specialties, enabled doctors to restore her legs to normal, so that she might enjoy the simple steps that most take for granted. Dennis Douda reports.

China's Tallest Man to Undergo Life-Changing Surgery for Free

Meet Xu Fuhai - China's tallest man. Xu's enormous height of 7 feet 11 inches has comes with a heavy price, the gentle giant hasn't been able to walk on his own for 11 years. Living in his native Dong Guan Tun village, Xu has been totally dependent on his parents. But, his whole life is about to change. He is waiting for life-changing surgery at a nearby hospital, which, if successful, will allow him to walk independently for the first time in over a decade.

Mystery Diagnosis: Update!

After suffering from constant infections and tonsil pain Drake met with Dr. Brian Weeks to get his tonsils removed. But have his symptoms improved?
 
 

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