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Preview: Monday, 01.06.20 - Weight Loss Success Stories!

Tamron’s mind, body, and soul over-Hall week kicks off with inspirational stories of weight loss, and how you can get healthier in 2020. Plus: clear the clutter, clear your mind with popular organizational expert Peter Walsh.

Hit treadmill to ease period pain, study suggests

Hit treadmill to ease period pain study suggests

Saybie - World's smallest baby ever - weighs 245 grams

World's smallest baby to ever survive, Saybie, weighs a mere 245 grams. The girl was born 23 weeks and three days into her mother's pregnancy in San Diego.

Akshara Reddy to represent India at Miss Super World Globe 2019

Akshara Reddy to represent India at Miss Super World Globe 2019

Violent relationship ups mental disorder risk in women

Violent relationship ups mental disorder risk in women

Obesity can break down protective blood brain barrier trigger memory loss

Obesity can break down protective blood brain barrier trigger memory loss Study

No breakfast and late dinner may up heart attack risk Study

No breakfast and late dinner may up heart attack risk Study

Quitting smoking during pregnancy lowers risk of preterm births

Quitting smoking during pregnancy lowers risk of preterm births

Mumbai Police installs sanitary pad vending machines for female cops

Mumbai police installs sanitary pad vending machines for female cops

These Home Remedies Can Help You With Bad Breath

These Home Remedies Can Help You With Bad Breath

7 myths related to Periods

7 myths related to Periods

12 tips for finding your feet when you start a new gym

Tips for getting used to a new gym.

6 complete myths about strength training and weight lifting for women

Myths about strength training and weight lifting for women.

Made of Millions co-founders Rose and Aaron discuss the reality of living with OCD

As Women's Health Strong Mind month draws to a close, hear Rose Cartwright and Aaron Harvey's story of learning to live with OCD.

3 Mobility Exercises to Try Today

Tight hamstrings? Sore hips? Tag these 3 mobility exercises onto your next workout to strengthen weak and problem areas

3 Mobility Exercises for Beginners

Try these mobility exercises to build strength in your weak areas.

16 Real Women Share Who They'd Like To Thank For Helping Them With Their Mental Health Issues

In support of Women's Health Strong Mind month, sixteen real women share their thanks to the person who helped them with their mental health when they were in a time of need. - If you are struggling with any of the themes raised in this video, contact NHS 111 or Samaritans on any UK phone on 116 123 - likes are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a week. #StrongMind

Learn How To Do A Pull Up With Kayla Itsines

If you're a fan of BBG or Australian personal trainer Kayla Itsines, you'll love this form video from the Instagram star sharing exactly how to master a pull up if you're a complete beginner. - Upper body workout, sorted. - All right Women's Health UK

Woman’s Vanishing Bones Explained!

The Doctors reveal how a woman’s arm bone vanished. Should you be worried about this condition?

Kayla Itsines Shares Her Favourite BBG No Equipment Legs Workout Video

Looking for a Kayla Itsines BBG workout that'll target your legs and glutes? - Stop the search with this handy three move video from Women's Health US.

If You're Looking For A BBG Workout, Try This Kayla Itsines Ab Circuit

A workout, for you, from Women's Health US and Australian-PT Kayla Itsines. - Simply do as many rounds as you can for seven minutes to get your heart rate up and your blood pumping. - For more workouts, videos and wellness content, head to www.womenshealthmag.co.uk. You're welcome.

Should Expecting Women Avoid Strenuous Activity during Their Pregnancy?

The Doctors weigh in what types of physical labor expecting women should be concerned about.

Pre-Period Butt Pimples Explained!

The Doctors discuss how your period plays a role in breakouts. Plus, find out some tips on how to combat hormone-related acne.

How Fitness Expert Emily Skye Transformed Her Life and Dealt with Postpartum Depression

Health and fitness expert Emily Skye joins The Doctors and shares how she worked through a series of personal challenges, including postpartum depression.

UTI Prevention Tips

While discussing a viral meme about UTIs, The Doctors share tips on how to prevent a urinary tract infection.

Alice Liveing Opens Up About Her Struggles With Domestic Violence

As Women's Health Strong Mind month launches, Women's Health hear personal trainer Alice Liveing's story of her own struggles with domestic abuse. - Joined by her mother, they encourage you to speak up if you are suffering. Remember, you are not alone. - If you are experiencing domestic violence or know of someone who is experiencing abuse and may need help and support, the Freephone 24 Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline, run in partnership between Women's Aid and Refuge, is a national service for women experiencing domestic violence, their family, friends, colleagues and others calling on their behalf. The Helpline can give support, help and information over the telephone, wherever the caller might be in the country and is open 24 hours a day. All calls are completely confidential. For more information, visit nationaldomesticviolencehelpine.org.uk or simply call 0808 2000 247.

Form Check: How To Do A Bent Over Row by Joslyn Thompson Rule

Make sure that you're bent over rowing form is correct with a little help from WH's Strength Coach and Nike Master Trainer Joslyn Thompson Rule. - These form tips will not only ensure you don't get injured, but help your overall strengthening and conditioning, too. - Watch or head to Women's Health UK for more.

Fearne Cotton talks you through the A to Z of Happiness

Catch November WH cover star Fearne Cotton explain what happiness truly means to her and break it down for you into A to Z. More on www.womenshealthmag.co.uk

Louise Thompson On Her Top Abs Exercises

WH July cover star talks through the workout she uses to get those abs.

A Drug-Free Solution for Period Cramps?

The Doctors put a product which claims to treat period cramps without drugs to the test. Find out if our testers found relief without taking any medications.

Can You Delay a Period?

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry weighs in on a viewer question about whether you can delay a period for something like an upcoming vacation.

Why Some Doctors Will Not Recommend a Vaginal Birth After a C-Section

If you have had a C-section but are hoping to a have vaginal second birth,OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry explains why some doctors are apprehensive about this birthing plan.

Michelle Keegan Talks Abs Workouts And Hating The Gym | The Cooldown

Women's Health November 2017 cover star Michelle Keegan talks diet and fitness. That's when she puts cheese on her eggs, her most hated gym move and so much more. ____________________________________________ SHOOT TEAM Location: Repton Boxing Club Crew: Big Hair Films ____________________________________________ Women's Health on Instagram www.instagram.com/womenshealthuk/ Women's Health on Facebook https://www.instagram.com/womenshealt... Read more online http://www.womenshealthmag.co.uk/

Urinary Incontinence Treatment Chair Put to the Test

Urinary incontinence affects millions of people, but could a chair that causes the pelvic muscle contractions through electromagnetic waves help?

Were Women’s Incontinence Issues Helped by Chair That Stimulates Pelvic Muscles?

Kitty and Nancy, who suffer from urinary incontinence, share whether a chair which uses electromagnetic waves to stimulate the pelvic muscles, helped with their conditions.

The Vitamin That May Reduce Risk of Having a Miscarriage

The Doctors discuss the findings that a lack of vitamin D may play a role in miscarriages and weigh in on the importance of getting adequate levels of this important vitamin.

Warning Against 'Down There' DIY Lightening Treatments

The Doctors discuss a viral online post claiming you can use lemons, coconut oil and rosewater for genital lightening. Hear what OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry has to say about attempting to lighten your genitals.

Can Pregnancy Affect a Woman’s Eyesight?

After meeting with ophthalmologist Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler, Riann -- who is considering getting pregnant a third time -- joins The Doctors to find out if there anything that can be done to help with her declining eyesight.

Woman Worries Third Pregnancy May Lead to Blindness

Riann, who has had vision issues since she was a child, says her eyesight became worse after having her two children.

Could Your Period Be Making You Anemic?

OB/GYN Dr. Millie Behera joins The Doctors to discuss whether a woman’s period could lead to anemia. She also shares signs to watch out for in detecting the blood disorder.

Woman Suffering from Daily Unpredictable and Painful Orgasms

Mona tells The Doctors she has seen over 100 doctors to help her with a rare condition where she experiences 75 to 100 painful and unpredictable orgasms every day.

Is There Hope for Woman In Constant Pain ‘Down There’?

The Doctors are joined by neurosurgeon Dr. Aaron Filler, who shares what treatment options are available to help treat Mona’s persistent genital arousal disorder.

Tips to Help with Urinary Incontinence after Giving Birth

The Doctors are joined by urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz to help Nicole, who says she has been dealing with urinary incontinence following the birth of her second child.

Try Melissa Hemsley's 3 Favourite Healthy Summer Salads

Join Melissa Hemsley, author of Eat Happy and half of the Hemsley sisters, cook up three of her favourite summer salads. The best bit? They all take under five minutes to prepare. Speedy, easy meal prep, sorted. - Cook along as Melissa prepares a traditional Greek salad, a Mexican bean salad and a Tuna Nicoise salad, all perfect for sunny summer BBQs outside or easy midweek meal-prep for when you're time poor and looking for healthy inspiration. - For more great healthy recipes and meal prep ideas, head to www.womenshealthmag.co.uk - Shoot crew: Jana Maren Otte Video Production

Should You Have an At-Home Fetal Monitor during Your Pregnancy?

Should you invest in a device that might help you hear your baby’s heartbeat at home? OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares her professional opinion.

Binky Felstead Talks Post-Pregnancy Workouts and Abs

Binky Felstead talks at home workouts and being a fitness ambassador

How Often Do You Change Your Tampon?

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares best tampon practices to keep you safe.

How To Run A Half Marathon Injury-Free

Women's Health Social Media Editor Francesca Menato shares her training tips for the Great South Run half marathon

5 Deadlift Variations for Beginners

If you're looking for different deadlift variations for beginners then you're in the right place. Let Women's Health Strength Training Coach Joslyn Thompson Rule school you in the best deadlifts for strength building and full body toning.

9 Best Resistance Bands Exercises for Glutes

Resistance bands are a workout essential and a cheap and cheerful piece of home gym kit. Follow Alice Liveing's 9 favourite exercises for a bigger bum, no squat rack required.

Can Staying Up Too Late Make You More Susceptible to Yeast Infections?

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares how staying up late can disrupt your PH balance down below.

What Is It like Being a Woman Living on the Streets?

The Doctors hit the streets with Chelsea Vonchaz of #HappyPeriod to help women in need.

At-Home BRCA Gene Test?

Considering the BRCA test for breast cancer? Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk shares about a new spit test you can take at home.

How Much Hair Can You Lose After You Give Birth?

After childbirth, women go through a lot of changes. For 40-50 percent of women, hair loss is very real. Check out this incredible video of one woman's experience.

Not Sure What's Happening 'Down There'? Before You Reach for DIY Solutions, Watch This.

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares what we need to know about bacterial vaginosis and why reaching for solutions like hydrogen peroxide could be dangerous.

Millie Mackintosh Shares Her Beauty Must Haves With Women's Health

Ever wondered what beauty products never leave Made In Chelsea star Millie Makcintosh's side? WH found out for you. Watch for more:

Does Your Uterus Double in Size During Your Period?

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry weighs in on a viewer question about whether or not your uterus actually doubles in size during your period.

What is This Itchy Pregnancy Rash?

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares the diagnosis is PUPPP or pruritic urticarial papules. It’s an itchy rash that moms frequently get in the 3rd trimester. It often starts on the belly and can move to other parts of the body.

The Right Age to Freeze Your Eggs

At what age is it recommended for women to freeze their eggs? OB/GYN Dr. Thais Aliabadi weighs in.

Can Your Breast Milk Change Color When Your Baby is Sick?

Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk weighs in on a viewer's question about her breast milk changing color when her baby has the flu. Does this really happen? 

Help for Woman with One A Cup and One D Cup

Shelby learns about the syndrome causing the asymmetry in her breasts and The Doctors offer her some help to relieve her discomfort.

Woman with Asymmetrical Breasts Reaches out for Help

Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk joins to discuss Shelby’s concerns about her asymmetrical breasts â€" one a size A, the other a D. What is the underlying reason?

When Will I Get my Period Again After Having a Baby?

Women’s Health Magazine’s fitness director Jen Ator joins The Doctors to help answer a viewer’s question about when she should expect to get her period again after having her baby.

Alternatives to Traditional Talk Therapy

It’s National Women’s Health Week and Women’s Health Magazine’s fitness director Jen Ator joins The Doctors to help answer a viewer’s question about an alternative to traditional talk therapy.

Is This Keeping You From Doing Self-Breast Exams?

A new study finds that women unhappy with the size of their breasts are less likely to check them for cancerous lumps.

Ovarian Cancer Genes Inherited from Father?

Oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro shares what we need to know about the new research suggesting that the genetic mutation causing ovarian cancer may come from your father.

Millie Mackintosh chats her favourite workouts, Sunday meal prep and pre-wedding plans | Women's Health June cover star

WH June cover star Millie Mackintosh chats Millie Mackintosh chats her favourite workouts, Sunday meal prep and pre-wedding plans in this exclusive Women's Health video. Shoot credit: Women's Health UK and Blix Creative

Couples Last Embryos Lost?

There are an estimated 1.5 IVF procedures each year and 1.2 million of them fail. One couple claims they never even got the chance to be a rare success story.

Can Hypnosis Make Pregnancy and Labor Less Stressful?

Can you hypnotize the pain and anxiety of labor away? Hypnotherapist and author of “Close Your Eyes Get Free,” Grace Smith joins The Doctors to talk about how hypnotherapy can be used as a tool in labor.

Woman Claims Hypnosis for Childbirth Works

Kathryn tried hypnosis for childbirth and says she felt like she went into a trance during active labor. Is this something you would try?

During Menopause Should You Have More or Less Sex?

The Doctors discuss if there is an optimal frequency for menopausal women.

Can Sex Improve Menopause Symptoms?

OB/GYN Dr. Thais Aliabadi joins The Doctors to share exactly how sex can play a positive role when dealing with menopausal symptoms.

Is It Normal to Get a Fever during Your Period?

A viewer wonders if her monthly fever that comes with her cycle is normal. OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry weighs in.

Husband Nurses Away Mom’s Mastitis

Actress Kristen Bell recently revealed she asked her husband Dax Shepard to nurse a clogged milk duct when she was dealing with mastitis. Would you ask your partner in a time of need?

‘MacGyver’ Star’s Endometriosis Diagnosis

Actress Kate Bond of CBS’s “MacGyver” joins The Doctors to share how she was beginning to lose hope until she met OB/GYN Dr. Thais Aliabadi, who finally diagnosed her with endometriosis.

Singer Halsey’s Life with Endometriosis

Halsey joins The Doctors because she wants to share her experience with young fans who might also be suffering from this condition. She and OB/GYN Dr. Thais Aliabadi share tips for managing endometriosis and when to seek the help of a doctor.

Advice for Endometriosis Sufferers

Actress Kate Bond, singer Halsey, and OB/GYN Dr. Thais Aliabadi share tips on how to diagnose and deal with endometriosis pain.

Cream Gets Rid of High-Heel Pain?

Celebrities have said that CBD cream has helped them stay pain-free on the red carpet so The Doctors put it to the test. Does it work?

Life After a Double Mastectomy

Liz made the tough decision to undergo a double mastectomy after watching her mother battle breast cancer. The Pink Lotus Foundation and breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk generously performed the procedure and celebrate her results.

Top Reasons for Undergoing a Double Mastectomy

Family history, breast pain, nipple discharge and change in breast size are some red flags that might help lead to this tough decision. Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk shares what went into this life-changing surgery for Liz.

Reconstruction after a Double Mastectomy

Plastic surgeon Dr. Ritu Chopra joins breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk and Liz who underwent a double mastectomy to describe the process of reconstructing her breasts using cutting-edge self-inflating expanders.

Marie Claire - Face Lift Massages with Li Xiao Xing

Face Lift Massages tutorial with Li Xiao Xing

Does Deodorant Cause Breast Cancer?

This has been talked about for years, but is it true? Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk weighs in.

The Big O from Nipple Stimulation?

Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk joins The Doctors to answer a viewer’s question about achieving orgasm exclusively from nipple play. 

Sugary Drinks Harm Fertility?

The Doctors discuss a recent study from Boston University that found just one sugary soda per day can reduce your odds of getting pregnant. 

30-Minute Treatment for Menstrual Cramps?

Alyssa and vascular surgeon Dr. David Greuner join The Doctors to share the results of Alyssa’s 30-minute procedure.

Eliminate Cramps with New Procedure?

One in three women experience chronic pelvic pain from painful intercourse to monthly cramps.

Why It Can Sting When Soap Gets into Your Urethra

Here’s what you can do to protect yourself. 

Do You Follow Best Tampon Etiquette?

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry answers a viewer’s question about how often you really need to change your tampon.

Changes after Childbirth That You Might Not Be Expecting

Nicole wonders what she can do about her incontinence after the traumatic birth of her second son. Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz shares some treatments that may be effective.

Can Eating Clean Keep You Clean 'Down There'?

The “panty challenge” claims that eating healthy and drinking enough water can eliminate discharge. Is that true?

Should You Use Hydrogen Peroxide ‘Down There’?!

Women who use hydrogen peroxide down there claim that it leaves their vaginas clean, fresh, and healthy. OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry weighs in.

Is My Breast Milk Safe?

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares about rusty pipe syndrome that occurs in new breastfeeding moms causing their milk to look light pink, brown or rust-colored. Is the milk safe for the baby?

Should Pregnant Women Try Belly Pumping?

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares about “belly pumping” which is a core exercise that is gaining popularity for pregnant women.

Pregnancy Trend: At-Home Fetal Monitors

Should you invest in a device that might help you hear your baby’s heartbeat at home? OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry explains two types of devices on the market and whether you should try it or skip it.

What Causes Frequent Periods?

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares what could be causing your frequent periods.

Magnets for Menopause?

Would you try menopause magnets to help get rid of symptoms like hot flashes, bloating and night sweats? Integrative medicine physician Dr. Nyjon Eccles joins to explain how it works.

Is Birth Control Linked to Cancer?

Surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk joins The Doctors to discuss the claim that birth control increases your risk of all kinds of cancers.

Stroke Survivor Defies Every Prognosis

Brisa was a vibrant 32 year old living a fast-paced New York City life until one day her face swelled up and she suffered a Pons stroke. With her family by her side, she made an unthinkable recovery.

Woman Shares How Her Pelvic Prolapse Has Impacted Her Life

Anita joins The Doctors in the medical confessional to seek help for her pelvic organ prolapse that she’s been dealing with for over ten years.

The Surprising Thing That Could Be Causing Your Yeast Infection

Take The Doctors pop quiz to find out what about your life style could be contributing to frequent yeast infections.

Why Do Men Frequently Pee at Night?

Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz joins The Doctors to share several surprising reasons men might be getting up several times in the night.

Extreme Anorexic Returns from Rehab

The Doctors met Stephanie earlier this season who struggled with anorexia for 16 years. She entered a 90-day program, and joins The Doctors to share about her recovery.

Moving Forward after 16 Years of Anorexia

Stephanie has come out of her 90-day stay at Remuda Ranch with hope. The Doctors share some special surprises for Stephanie moving forward.

Postpartum Shedding?

The Doctors discuss a viral video revealing one of the lesser talked about effects for postpartum women…extreme hair loss.

My Husband Nearly Killed Me

The Doctors met Brandi last season, a domestic abuse survivor who lost the use of one of her eyes due to scarring and double vision from a brutal attack.

YOGA POSTURES FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS

Living with Endometriosis is NOT easy. When an Endo flare up begins to creep in it’s like the growing intensity of a hammer thudding against your pelvis. It sucks. Try this flow to ease pain.

Feminine Hygiene Products for the Homeless

Nearly half of the homeless population in the United States are women who are struggling to meet basic needs â€" including feminine hygiene. The Doctors hit the streets with Chelsea Vonchaz of #HappyPeriod to help those in need.

How You Can Help Get Feminine Products to the Homeless

Chelsea Vonchaz, founder of #HappyPeriod, donates feminine products to those in need. Find out how you can help and see the amazing surprises The Doctors have in store for her organization.

Rubbing Alcohol for Hot Flashes?

Could spritzing yourself with rubbing alcohol help with hot flashes?

Could this Device Help You Say Goodbye to Menstrual Cramps

The Livia device claims to give you an “off” button for your menstrual cramps. Paige and Rachel join the show to share their results.

Outliving and Outsmarting ALS

The Doctors welcome Augie, who was diagnosed with ALS in 2005, and his wife Lynne to the show. They discuss their new documentary “Augie” that shows the brutal truth of living life with ALS.

Could There Soon Be a Cure for ALS?

ALS or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Augie and his wife Lynne have raised over 60 million dollars through Augie’s Quest and feel hopeful for a cure.

Dr. Nita Landry's Vaginal Commandments

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares warnings about a new wasp nest product that claims to help you down there.

Extreme Incontinence is Ruining My Life

Shannon suffers from extreme incontinence. She joins The Doctors to see if she can find a solution for this embarrassing problem.

Feminine Cleanse with a Cucumber?

This controversial all-natural health trend is going viral, but OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry warns people of the health risks involved.

Hope for Woman Living with Extreme Incontinence

Shannon and urologist Dr. Faisal Ahmed join The Doctors to discuss the results of her bladder tests.

Mother and Daughter Breast Cancer Survivors Meet After 45 Years!

Joann’s daughter Kandi joins The Doctors to meet her birth mother for the very first time, after both women survived a breast cancer diagnosis. Also, check out the surprises The Doctors have in store for these two strong women.

Woman Beats Breast Cancer Twice

Every 2 minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer. Joann went through treatment twice and has some words of wisdom to share with all women.

The Truth of Arousal Disorder

Meet a woman who suffers from frequent, unpredictable and painful orgasms.

I'm in Constant Pain "Down There"

Mona joins The Doctors seeking help for her condition that causes painful orgasms that she has dozens of times a day.

Woman Suffering From Arousal Disorder Gets Help

Mona and her husband James share about her arousal disorder, where she experiences unpredictable painful orgasms throughout her day. The Doctors have some surprises in store for Mona to hopefully get her out of pain.

Does Menopause Beer Help with Hot Flashes?

The Doctors discuss a brewery in New Hampshire that claims to have mastered the secret recipe to ease menopause symptoms. But does it really work?

What to Do When You See Someone Having a Seizure

The Doctors share some life-saving dos and don’ts if you see someone experiencing a seizure.

Quiz: What Food Will Help with Your PMS?

The Doctors share some nutritious tips for tackling your PMS.

Do You Suffer from ‘Period Rage’?

A woman’s monthly cycle can trigger mood swings, but some women experience something more like rage or extreme PMS. OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry weighs in on this phenomenon known as premenstrual dysphoric disorder.

Meet 11-Year-Old with Tourette Syndrome

Bianca joins The Doctors to share how she deals with living with Tourette Syndrome. The Doctors have some surprises for Bianca including a new tic treatment, becoming a youth ambassador of the Tourette Association and more.

11-Year-Old's Battle with Tourette Syndrome

Danielle started noticing a change in her 7-year-old’s behavior, which eventually led to a Tourette diagnosis. Now at age 11, Bianca and her mom are learning what life with the syndrome is all about.

‘Bachelor’ Star Fears Future Miscarriage: Is This Going to Happen Again?

As “Bachelor” Star Vienna Girardi tries to move on, she can’t help wondering if she will go through this heartbreak and pain all over again in a future pregnancy.

‘Bachelor’ Star Loses Twin Babies

Season 14 ‘Bachelor’ winner Vienna Girardi joins The Doctors to share her experience with losing twins at 18 weeks pregnant.

Breast Case Scenario

Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk addresses the common and embarrassing nipple hairs, areola pimples and blackheads, and nipple discharge.

Giant Bladder Stone!

The Doctors discuss one California man who found himself in agony when trying to relieve himself. What his doctors found in his CT scan was shocking!

Skin Rash Leads to Shocking Diagnosis

About 1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of their lifetime. But what if it doesn’t show up on a mammogram?

Woman Fired over Her Menstrual Cycle?

The Doctors discuss a case of a Georgia woman allegedly being fired because of issues related to her menstrual cycle while on the job.

Hitting Pause on Menopause

OB/GYN Dr. Prudence Hall joins The Doctors to share a few solutions for some of the symptoms that come with menopause from weight gain to sleepless nights. You can find more in her new book, “Radiant Again & Forever.”

Drs. Exclusive: What Led to Joanna Kerns' Mastectomy Decision?

Joanna Kerns opens up about her cancer for the first time. Joanna and her doctor breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk join The Doctors to discuss her surgery and the death of co-star Alan Thicke.

Drs. Exclusive: “Growing Pains” Family Reacts to Joanna Kerns' Cancer

Actress and director Joanna Kerns receives well-wishes from her “Growing Pains” family. She joins The Doctors to raise awareness for breast cancer.

Drs. Exclusive: Joanna Kerns' Breast Cancer Journey

Actress and director Joanna Kerns opens up about her personal breast cancer diagnosis and her experience having a double mastectomy.

New Surgery for Chronic Neck Pain?

Leslie suffers from chronic neck and shoulder pain. After learning her pain was coming from two herniated discs, Leslie decided to undergo artificial disc replacement surgery with neurosurgeon Dr. Todd Lanman. Check out this incredible new procedure.

Life after Artificial Disc Replacement Surgery

Four months after undergoing artificial disc replacement surgery, Leslie joins The Doctors with neurosurgeon Dr. Todd Lanman. Leslie is enjoying a new life hiking, taking dance classes and going to the gym.

Breast Cancer â€" What You Need to Know!

The Doctors are joined by "Saints & Sinners" star Vanessa Bell Calloway -- who had breast cancer -- and Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, to discuss what you need to know about the second most common type of cancer.

Dr. Travis Goes under the Knife!

Here’s an up-close look as Dr. Travis Stork goes under the knife with orthopedic spine surgeon Dr. Hooman Melamed. Dr. Melamed takes us through the spine surgery that gave Dr. Travis his life back.

The Pain Dr. Travis Could No Longer Ignore

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork’s back pain was something he could no longer ignore. He sought the advice of orthopedic spine surgeon Dr. Hooman Melamed, and decided that surgery was the right move to relieve his pain.

World’s Largest Fibroid Tumor!

A woman recently had a 70-pound fibroid tumor removed from her uterus.

Drs. Rx: Need Help Fighting Hot Flashes?

The Doctors reveal an easy tool to use against uncomfortable hot flashes.

Breast Sweat Solution?

Would you wear a towel that helps combat under breast sweat? The Doctors discuss this unique “breast-hammock” invention.

How to Feel Younger “Down There”

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman meets with OB/GYN Dr. Peter Weiss to receive a below the belt laser treatment that leaves her feeling more youthful down there.

Angelina Jolie's rare condition Bell's palsy explained

A rare condition that causes sufferers to lose control of one side of their face struck Angelina Jolie following her split from Brad Pitt.

Monki × Lunette × The Cup

Periods are cool. We think it's time to end shame and stigma around such a normal bodily function and to start acting like people who understand that periods are a part of life. Period.

Is Head Transplant Surgery Possible?

Skull base surgeon Dr. Hrayr Shaninian joins The Doctors to discuss the claims from an Italian doctor about performing a head transplant.

Workout Pants Designed for That Time Of The Month?

The Doctors enlist the help of Melissa and Brie to test out yoga pants meant to be worn when you have your period.

Physical Therapy for Your Pelvic Floor?

The Doctors discuss the importance of pelvic floor exercises and how to avoid pelvic floor disorders.

Lipstick for Your Lady Parts?

The Doctors weigh in on a lipstick for down there. Are there any concerns about this type of product?

Are You Hiding Your Depression with a Smile?

To celebrate National Women’s Health Week, The Doctors welcome Women’s Health Magazine editor-in-chief Amy Keller Laird to speak about the importance of addressing mental health concerns. She also shares some tips to help calm your mind.

Redefining Your Body Image

Taryn Brumfitt, director of the documentary “Embrace” and founder of the Body Image Movement, explains how she’s hoping to redefine how we look at our bodies.

Has the Woman Addicted to Eating Clay Pots Stopped?

Tamika, who was addicted to eating 2 to 3 clay pots a day, returns to The Doctors to share an update on her unusual compulsion. Find out if she has stopped eating the pots once and for all.

Yeast Infection Prevention Tips

The Doctors and Laura Govan discuss steps you can take to prevent a yeast infection.

Reality Star Laura Govan’s Real Health Problem!

Laura Govan from “Basketball Wives” is coming forward about her health issue â€" yeast infections.

How a Tweet Triggered a Seizure

The Doctors discuss the case of the man arrested and charged with cyberstalking and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after allegedly tweeting a flashing image to an epileptic journalist.

John Salley & Dr. Ordon’s Live Prostate Exams

Watch the NBA star and the plastic surgeon undergo a live prostate exam. Plus, find out why this is such an important exam for men to have.

Live Prostate Exam Results

Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz shares the results of Andrew, Christopher, and Jermaine’s prostate exams and speaks about preventing prostate cancer.

Woman's 140-Pound Tumor Removed

Surgeon Dr. Richard Boulay, from Lehigh Valley Health Network, joins The Doctors to discuss how he and his team removed a woman’s 140-pound tumor that began as an ovarian cyst.

A Farewell Party for a Woman’s Breasts?

The Doctors and surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk examine the trend of turning the pain of a mastectomy into something positive.

Giving Birth behind Bars

Get an inside look at what it’s like to give birth while incarcerated from Maria, who was pregnant while in prison.

5 Shocking Things No One Tells You About Your Body After You Have a Baby

Kelly Rowland gets real and shares some surprising facts about what your body goes through after childbirthâ€"and she doesn’t hold back. From vaginal tearing to hemorrhoids, Kelly shares her own experiences of what to expect after giving birth. You can find out even more in her new book, 'Whoa, Baby!'

New Laser Treats Incontinence in Minutes

Can plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Niccole’s new procedure for urinary incontinence work with just 3 treatments?

Young Woman’s Battle with Urinary Incontinence

America suffers from urinary incontinence and plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Niccole offers up a new procedure that could solve her issue.

How Dr. Dow’s Brother David Overcame Multiple Strokes

Dr. Mike Dow and his brother David Dow discuss aphasia recovery and the book they penned together, “Healing the Broken Brain.”

Dr. Dow’s Brother David Suffered Multiple Strokes

The Doctors are join psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow and his brother David Dow, who has survived multiple strokes and is now living with aphasia.

Actress Krysta Rodriguez on Her Breast Cancer Struggle at Age 30

The Broadway and television star recounts her battle with breast cancer at only 30 years old.

How Krysta Rodriguez’s Breast Cancer Battle Changed Her Life

Krysta Rodriguez opens up to ER physician Dr. Travis Stork and surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk about life after battling breast cancer.

Do You Have Brain Health Risk Factors?

Neuroradiologist Dr. Bradley Jabour joins The Doctors and Glenn to discuss the signs of poor brain health.

Alzheimer’s Runs in My Family: Should I Be Worried?!

With a family history of Alzheimer’s disease and recent memory issues, Glenn has come to The Doctors in hopes of finding out if he is suffering from the disease as well.

10 Foods to Avoid if You're Trying to Get Pregnant

Steering clear of these foods to avoid when trying to get pregnant can increase your fertility and prevent fetal damage. We should say: don't freak out if you've eaten any of these things recentlyâ€"they are not likely cause much harm in moderation. But if you want to be safe, your best bet is to keep these foods to a minimum when you're trying to get pregnant, and keep them mostly off the list once you get a positive test, too.

10 Foods to Avoid If You’re Trying to Get Pregnant

Steering clear of these foods to avoid when trying to get pregnant can increase your fertility and prevent fetal damage. We should say: don't freak out if you've eaten any of these things recentlyâ€"they are not likely cause much harm in moderation. But if you want to be safe, your best bet is to keep these foods to a minimum when you're trying to get pregnant, and keep them mostly off the list once you get a positive test, too.

10 Foods to Avoid if You're Trying to Get Pregnant

Steering clear of these foods to avoid when trying to get pregnant can increase your fertility and prevent fetal damage. We should say: don't freak out if you've eaten any of these things recentlyâ€"they are not likely cause much harm in moderation. But if you want to be safe, your best bet is to keep these foods to a minimum when you're trying to get pregnant, and keep them mostly off the list once you get a positive test, too.

Does Woman Have Double Reproductive Organs or Not?

Emilee has previously been told that she has two sets of reproductive organs, but is this really the case? OB/GYN and Fertility Specialist Dr. Tina Koopersmith helps diagnosis what might really be going on with Emilee.

Cancer from Breast Implants?

The Doctors discuss the latest findings from the FDA, which has made a connection between breast implants and cancer.

Why Feeling Tired May Be Harmful to Your Health

The Doctors are joined by Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, who explains when being tired might be more than just fatigue and possibly related to an underlying health issue.

Does Apple Cider Vinegar Tighten Things ‘Down There’?

The Doctors weigh in on the notion that apple cider vinegar can keep your lady parts tight.

New Breast Self-Exam Tip

Surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk shares tips on how you can more effectively give yourself a breast exam.

Soy: Is It Helpful or Harmful?

The information about whether soy-based foods like tofu and edamame are helpful or harmful can be confusing. The Doctors try to get to the bottom of how soy affects the body.

Yoga Star Proudly Shares Menstrual Stain?

Getting called out for a “menstrual stain” can be traumatizing for young women. Some people feel we should celebrate the flow and not be embarrassed by our bodily functions. Is this yogi taking things a little too far?

DIY: IUD Removal?!

The IUD has risen in popularity by 80%. They require a Doctor to remove them costing patients as much as $200. Now some doctors are turning an IUD removal into a DIY procedure!

Results of Woman’s Cutting-Edge Breast Scan

Julie and radiologist Dr. Penny Roumanis join The Doctors to share the results of Julie’s cutting-edge breast scan.

Cutting-Edge Breast Scan?

1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer in their lifetime. Meet Julie who has a family history of breast cancer. She opted to try a new breast scan which experts are saying just might be the new “go-to” technology.

Do You Know How to Spot Breast Cancer?

About 1 in 8 women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer at some point in their lifetime. Worldwide Breast Cancer has launched the “Know Your Lemons” campaign to teach women about the 12 lesser-known signs of breast cancer.

Help for Woman Addicted to Eating Clay Pots

Tamika seeks help to battle her addiction. She joins The Doctors with psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow, gastroenterologist Dr. Pradnya Mitroo, and Tamika’s family who come up with a treatment plan to help get her back on track.

20 Year-Old Stroke Survivor!

An active 20-year-old college student suffered a stroke and she joins The Doctors to share about the warning signs.

Marijuana Massages?

Ana and Stephanie join The Doctors to try out a new cannabis massage offered at Knots Away in Los Angeles. The massage uses oils and lotions containing CBD, but does it feel any different than a regular massage?

Marijuana Massage: Results

Ana and Stephanie received marijuana massages and share if they think they are better, worse, or pretty much the same as a regular massage.

Hope or Hype: OB/GYN Edition

The Doctors, with the help of OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry talk about a few DIY trends. From popsicles for your lady parts to primrose oil to induce labor, find out which trend is worth trying.

I Froze My Eggs at 15!

Morgan suffered ovarian torsion and had to have her ovary removed at 13 years old. Her gynecologist suggested she see a fertility expert, which led her to freezing her eggs at just 15.

The Importance of Using Correct Terminology for Female Genitalia

OB/GYN Dr. Leah Millheiser, from the Legalize V campaign, discusses the importance of using the correct name for female genitalia in the media.

I Froze My Eggs at 32!

Amanda, creator of the dating app The League, joins The Doctors after meeting with Dr. Hernandez-Rey for her egg-freezing procedure.

PMS Boosts Intellect?

Finally some good news about menstruation! Researchers say that women may become smarter in the time right before their period.

Could Another Baby Kill Kim Kardashian?

The Doctors discuss Kim Kardashian’s chances of having a third baby and the potentially fatal complication called “retained placenta.”

Woman with Beard Gets Diagnosis

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry gives Diamond the results of her tests which show that she suffers from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and Diamond can start to receive treatment for her condition.

Why Am I Growing a Beard?

Diamond has suffered with facial hair that just won’t go away. Diamond meets with OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry in hopes of finding out why she grows excessive facial hair.

This is Your Period in 2 Minutes

Learn about the science and symptoms of a woman's 28-day cycle.

Surprises for Woman Suffering from Endometriosis

The Doctors and Janessa’s family have plan in place to help Janessa deal with her endometriosis. Check out the amazing surprises they have in store for Janessa.

Can Woman Suffering from Endometriosis Get her Life Back?

Janessa joins her family and The Doctors to open up about her chronic endometriosis pain, her addiction to pain killers, and how to get back her life.

Endometriosis Is Destroying Our Family!

Janessa suffers from endometriosis, which many compare to being as painful as childbirth. The crippling pain has changed Janessa to the point where her family is worried for her life.

Delaying Motherhood Makes You Smarter?

The Doctors discuss a new study that found having a baby later in life can boost your brainpower!

Brian Stow's Story: Attacked at a Baseball Game

As a paramedic Bryan Stow spent his life saving others. But a brutal attack at a baseball game left him fighting to save his own life. Check out his incredible story.

After the Attack: Bryan Stow Speaks Out

Bryan Stow, a paramedic who was brutally attacked at a Los Angeles Dodgers game, joins The Doctors to share his incredible story and what he’s doing to stop spectator aggression and fan violence.

Women Drink as Much as Men?!

Historically men are more than twice as likely to drink as women and 3 times more likely to develop an alcohol-related problem. The Doctors discuss a recent report that found this trend is rapidly changing in recent generations.

Top 5 Tragic Alzheimer’s Facts

Join http//www.WatchMojo.com for a Very Special Episode of Top 5 Facts, as we take a look at a tragic, terminal disease: Alzheimer's.

Physician Sexual Abuse

The Doctors are joined by Women’s Health Magazine editor-in-chief Amy Keller Laird to discuss a special report in this month’s issue about patients who have been sexually abused by their physicians…some while under anesthesia.

Sex Abuse at the Doctor's Office?

The Doctors are joined by Women’s Health Magazine editor-in-chief Amy Keller Laird to share what are appropriate and inappropriate interactions between you and your physician.

I’m 23 & I Never Got My Period

Katrella has come to The Doctors for help. She’s 23 and still has never gotten her period.

Why This 23-Year-Old Never Got Her Period

The Doctors sent Katrella to OB/GYN Dr. Peter Weiss to figure out why she never got her period. Check out the emotional results for Katrella who hopes to have children one day.

New Procedure For Frequent Male Urination

New Procedure For Frequent Male Urination

Star’s Daughter Struggles with Growing up in the Limelight

Olivia Newton-John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi has struggled with eating disorders and body dysmorphia. After several procedures, Chloe joins The Doctors to talk about how she feels about herself now.

Daughter of Olivia Newton-John Battles Body Dysmorphia

Chloe Lattanzi, daughter of Olivia Newton-John, and psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow join The Doctors to give us a better understanding of body dysmorphia.

How I Discovered I Had Breast Cancer as a Young Woman

6 women share their stories.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk joins The Doctors to share easy tips that you can incorporate into your life to lower your odds of developing breast cancer.

Sea Sponge Tampons?

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry joins The Doctors to discuss the alternative tampon method of using a sea sponge during that time of the month. Is it safe?

World Record for Bearded Woman!

Guinness World Record holder Harnaam is the youngest woman to grow a full beard. She joins The Doctors to discuss growing her beard due to her PCOS condition. OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry explains how PCOS affects women’s hormonal balance.

Surgical Tool Found Down There!

One woman’s extreme pain post-surgery was anything but “normal.” An X-ray showed a surgical instrument had been left inside her for 11 weeks!

Procedure to Reverse Menopause?

Scientists have potentially discovered a way to revive the reproductive system called “ovarian rejuvenation.” Could Menopause be a thing of the past?

Should Women be Running Scared?

In recent months, three women were tragically murdered while running by themselves. Women’s Health Magazine Fitness Director Jen Ator joins The Doctors to share some tips on staying safe while on a run.

New Game Changer in Breast Cancer Fight?

Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk joins The Doctors to explain the new MammaPrint gene test for breast cancer and how it’s changing the way women with breast cancer like Sam are making decisions about their treatment.

New Gene Test for Breast Cancer

Sam received a devastating diagnosis that left her with the biggest decision of her life: to undergo chemo or not. Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk joins Sam and The Doctors to discuss a new gene test that is helping to inform how we make this...

Doctor Misleads Patients to Become their Baby Daddy

An Indiana fertility doctor was arrested and charged when he decided to use his own sperm for patients in his clinic.

Dr. Ordon’s Prostate Procedure

Dr. Ordon shares his experience about a recent prostate procedure. His urologist Dr. Kia Michel joins The Doctors to discuss the treatment for prostatic hyperplasia.

See Dr. Ordon's Prostate Procedure

Watch Dr. Ordon undergo his recent prostate procedure with urologist Dr. Kia Michel. Get a behind the scenes look at how he is treating his issues with prostatic hyperplasia.

Bill Engvall on Menopause

Bill Engvall opens up about living with his wife as she goes through “the change.”

Jamie-Lynn Sigler on Life with MS

Diagnosed with MS in her twenties, actress and advocate Jamie-Lynn Sigler joins The Doctors share what her life is like today.

Jamie-Lynn Sigler’s Battle with MS

Jamie-Lynn Sigler joins The Doctors and opens up about what living with MS is like.

What You Need to Know About Hair Loss in Women

Over 40% of women will have visible hair loss by the time they are 40 years old.

Lena Dunham Bares Endometriosis Scars!

OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry joins The Doctors to discuss Lena Dunham’s selfie showing off her endometriosis scars.

This Can Help Alleviate Your Menopause Symptoms!

The Doctors reveal something that you should be drinking to help combat menopause symptoms AND lower your risk of heart disease!

The Booty That Broke the Internet

The Doctors welcome Raylynn to the show who has received a lot of attention for her 70-inch bottom.

Breast Mask Reveal!

Beauty expert Emily Loftiss joins The Doctors to see whether or not breast masks actually gave breasts an instant firming lift.

Vagina Dispatches Episode One: The Vulva

Think you know about vaginas? Think again. In the four-part series running from now through November, we find out that even the most basic of body knowledge is lacking â€" people still don’t understand what vaginas look like or how they function. In episode one, we build a giant vulva, then talk to a gynecologist, a labiaplasty surgeon and a trans woman, to find out what vulvas really look like. WARNING: contains images of vulvas and strong language.

Infersanity Update: Alexis & Gabe

The Doctors followed Alexis and Gabe through the years as they struggled with infertility. They join us today with an important update on their journey to become parents.

Surprises for Infersanity Couple

Alexis and Gabe now have a family after struggling for years with infertility issues. Find out the surprises that The Doctors have in store for the proud new parents and their children.

Social Medicine: We Answer Your Questions!

The Doctors answer a fan question sent to us over social media.

Exclusive: ‘Basketball Wives LA’ Star's Cancer Scare

In a Doctors exclusive cancer survivor Brandi Maxiell gets some important cancer screening results back on the show.

Addressing Incontinence

More than half of all people over the age of 65 suffer from incontinence, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They can't control urination and have to tolerate embarrassing moments of leaking urine or sudden urges to go to the bathroom. Incontinence doesn't discriminate. Women and men both suffer from it. Vivien Williams has more on the three main types of incontinence and their treatment options.

Data in Context: Alzheimer’s Disease

The finding of a new Alzheimer’s treatment has spurred some hope that a cure to the devastating disease may be on the horizon.

Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease

Diet and exercise can reduce toxic protein buildup of Alzheimer’s, a study finds.

Top 5 Concussion Facts

The word “concussion” is a generic term for traumatic brain injuries, but the specifics are startling. Welcome to WatchMojo.com's Top 5 Facts.

When You Need a Pregnancy Test

Because peeing on a stick isn't as simple as it sounds.

Sleep Challenges for Women

Women are more likely than men to have difficulty falling and staying asleep, according to the National Sleep Foundation. In one foundation survey on woman and sleep, results showed the average woman age 30 and 60 sleeps only 6 hours and 41 minutes on weeknights; less than what's recommended for most adults. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, sleep specialist Dr. Eric Olson talks with reporter Jeff Olsen about the challenges women face and what they can do to create a better night's sleep.

Does Folic Acid Prevent Childhood Obesity?

Health care professionals have known for decades that women of childbearing age should take folic acid, because it reduces a baby's risk of being born with the neural tube defect, spina bifida. New research shows there may be another good reason for mothers-to-be to take the mineral â€" it may prevent obesity in children. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Vivien Williams discusses folic acid with Dr. Alva Roche Green, a Mayo Clinic family physician.

How Much Do You Know About Your Breasts?

How much do you really know about your boobs? Take this quiz and find out!

10 Unsolved Mysteries of the Brain

The human brain contains the essence of who we are. But despite being the control center of our mind and body, how the brain works is still a mystery.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Does Soy Increase Breast Cancer Risk?

Is there a link between soy and breast cancer? Resent research shows that consuming soy does not increase breast cancer risk. In fact, it may even prevent it. Mayo Clinic experts say, when eaten in moderation, soy can be a part of a healthy and balanced diet. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Vivien Williams talks to dietitian Katherine Zeratsky about soy. More health and medical news on the Mayo Clinic News Network http://newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/

Compassionate Care for Alzheimer’s

Joe Fraley Jr.’s mother Judy suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. Joe has shared candid videos of his mother’s often scary struggle on social media to help people understand with the disease is really like.

Education and Brain Tumor Risk

Higher levels of education linked to increased risk of brain tumor in a new study.

Cosmetic Ingredient, Parabens, Is Controversial In Potential Health Risks

Parabens are used in many cosmetic products. There is some research possibly linking parabens to cancer, but other research claiming they may not have anything to do with the cause of cancer. Either way, it's important to make informed decisions when purchasing cosmetics.

3 Allergic Chemicals Could Be in You Fabric Softener

Fabric softeners and dryer sheets can contain a number of bad chemicals. These chemicals can activate asthma or allergies. Check out what's hiding in your detergent.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Go Inside the Brain Bank

What if evidence in your brain could lead to breakthroughs in the understanding of Alzheimer’s disease and Lewy body dementia? Thousands of people are hoping important answers about these disorders will come from their personal donation to the brain bank on Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen speaks with neurologist Dr. Dennis Dickson, the director of the brain bank, to find out more about the gift of knowledge that comes with every donation.

Mom’s Viral Breast Cancer Warning!

The Doctors discuss one mom’s Facebook photo of three dimples on her breast. She posted it to warn others of a lesser-known sign of breast cancer. Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk shares the eight signs of breast cancer we should all look out for.

Athletes Post-Birth Training Pics Went Viral

One mom’s inspiring post-baby body has become a viral sensation. Olympic hopeful, runner and mom Stephanie joins The Doctors to discuss her inspiring photos that show her stomach only 6-months post-birth.

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5 Shower Habits That Can Wreck Your Skin

You've been doing it your whole lifeâ€"stepping into a steamy hot shower each day to clean your body, shave, and wash your hair. Watch this video to see the ways that you might be wrecking your skin during your shower.

Menstrual Cycle Affects From Cigarette Addiction

Bad habits and cravings hit their peak when a woman is on her period. Researchers at Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania discovered that it’s much harder for a woman to start the process of quitting cigarettes if they start while on their period. The worst part is that smoking is more harmful to women than men. Therefore, it is recommended women quit smoking a few weeks before their period.

How Pregnant Women Protect Themselves From Zika

The first known baby to be born with birth defects due to the Zika virus in the mainland U.S. faces a poor prognosis. The child was delivered in New Jersey and reportedly has microcephaly and an underdeveloped brain. The mother contracted the virus in Honduras. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Dr. Tom Frieden says the challenges faced by Zika are unprecedented. Pregnant women who have been in places where Zika is spreading are encouraged to get tested for the virus.

Chemical Peel Realities From Treatment (Closed Captioned)

Chemical peels use TCA acids and Kojic to smooth, tighten, and brighten skin. Chemical peels help make hyperpigmentation, scars, and melisma less visible on your face as well. Chemical Peels take a total of thirty minutes to perform, and involves an acid peel pad and two scrubs. It will take a few days a person’s skin a few days to heal, and then it will start peeling. Their skin will be left smooth and glowing.

Chemical Peel Realities From Treatment

Chemical peels use TCA acids and Kojic to smooth, tighten, and brighten skin. Chemical peels help make hyperpigmentation, scars, and melisma less visible on your face as well. Chemical Peels take a total of thirty minutes to perform, and involves an acid peel pad and two scrubs. It will take a few days a person’s skin a few days to heal, and then it will start peeling. Their skin will be left smooth and glowing.

Ways Best Friends Can Help Women's Health

Forming friendships are a part of human nature. But the close relationships that women for are especially good for them. Check out three ways your best friends can make you healthier.

Study Links Depression to Inability to Conceive

Researchers at Boston University reveal that treating depression is important, but may hinder women with severe forms of the condition from being able to conceive. 22 percent of the women who participated had been diagnosed with depression at some point in their lives, 17.2 percent had been treated with some type of psychotropic medication and 10.3 percent were using them during the study.

Lessons in Lady Parts

The things you didn't know about your vagina.

These Signs Will Help You Know If You Should See a Psychologist

Signs that mean you should seek help for your mental health.

One Woman’s PCOS Is Ruining Her Marriage

Mollie’s struggle to get pregnant with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) has put a damper on her marriage to Stefan. OB/GYN Dr. Peter Weiss weighs in on her condition. See what surprises The Doctors have in store for the couple.

Actress Robin Givens Undergoes a Live Ultrasound Breast Exam

Surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk performs a live ultrasound on actress Robin Givens as a way to check for breast cancer.

Working Moms and Breastfeeding

The number of hours a new mother works significantly affects her breastfeeding decisions, a new study finds.

Women’s Health Week: Ask The Doctors Anything

To help celebrate National Women’s Health Week, The Doctors are joined by Jen Ator, health and fitness editor for Women’s Health magazine, to answer some health related questions. And nothing is off limits!

Benefits and Risks of Pregnancy Vitamins

Excess amounts of folate and vitamin B12 during pregnancy may increase autism risk, study finds.

You Shouldn’t Have to Live Like This: Update!

Earlier in the season we met Danielle who suffered with a large cyst on her lady parts. Hear OB/GYN Dr. Peter Weiss discuss the simple procedure that changed her life.

Could Mammograms Detect Heart Disease?

Mammograms are best known to help find breast cancer, but could this important test also be a way to prevent heart attack and stroke?

Knowing the Signs of Stroke

May is National Stroke Awareness Month. Strokes will take the lives of more than six million people around the globe this year. But, Mayo Clinic neurosurgeon Giuseppe Lanzino, M.D., says quick action can make all the difference, often sparing victims from death or a lifetime of impairment. Dennis Douda, with the Mayo Clinic News Network, has a perfect example.

Male Period Experiment?

BuzzFeed had three male volunteers agree to experience physical periods for an entire week. Edgar, Shane and Zachary join The Doctors to discuss what it was like, along with Auri, the BuzzFeed producer who put them up to it.

Controversial Peta Ad on Eating Chicken

Could eating chicken affect penis development? A new ad from People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) suggests just that. Click here to learn more from a PETA representative.

Obesity Effects Child Birth

Obese pregnant women or pregnant women with diabetes on average birth larger children. Researchers have now discovered another medical anomaly. Women with diabetes or who are obese experience rapid fetal growth in the first few months of pregnancy. That means that the fetuses or babies become abnormally large within the first six months of pregnancy. This is causing doctors to question whether or not pregnant women should be tested for pregnant related diabetes earlier than six months.

19-Year-Old Struggles with Size K Breasts

Being a teen is hard enough, but Deanna also struggles with size K breasts. Deanna meets with surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk to discuss her cancer risks and what she can do for relief. To see the special surprises the Doctors have in store for her, click here.

Janice Dickinson Discusses Her Breast Implants and Cancer

Surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk joins The Doctors with Janice Dickinson to discuss Janice’s diagnosis of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), and whether or not her implants helped or hurt her.

Janice Dickinson Undergoes Lumpectomy

In a Doctors’ exclusive, former model Janice Dickinson undergoes a lumpectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer.

Janice Dickinson Shares Her Experience with Cancer

Former model Janice Dickinson joins The Doctors to discuss her experience undergoing a lumpectomy.

Young Widow’s Path to Moving Forward

The Doctors are joined by Latoya, nutritionist Dr. Melina Jampolis and cardiologist Dr. Mehran Khorsandi to discuss Latoya’s health and her path moving forward.

What Vitamin Does More for Bone Health Than Calcium?

The Doctors reveal the vitamin that may be more beneficial than calcium when it comes to strengthening your bones.

What Bit Me?!

From Zika to ticks, here's what you need to know about staying safe outdoors.

Should Female Employees Get “Period Leave”?

The Doctors discuss the idea of “menstrual leave” for female employees. Is this gender privilege or about time!?

“Self-Pleasure” During Child Labor?

Child birth is thought of as one of the most painful experiences a woman will ever endure. But does it have to be? Angela joins The Doctors to share about her “self-pleasuring” during labor.

Should I Freeze My Eggs?

Amanda Bradford, creator of the dating app “The League,” joins The Doctors to explore freezing her eggs.

Keep Your Workout Anything But Routine

Want to know the best way to stay motivated to get into the best shape of your life? Change up your workout routine. Not only will that keep you from being bored, but it will maximize your results.

IVF Health Dangers?

Over 5 million babies worldwide were born using an IVF treatment, but a new study claims their long-term health could be at risk.

Treating Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary tract infections (UTI) are common. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reports that UTIs are responsible for 8.1 million trips to health care providers each year. All adults and children are susceptible to UTIs; however, women are at greatest risk. Symptoms vary depending on the severity of the infection, and include pain when urinating, abdominal discomfort and fever.

3 Easy Cardio Moves You Can Do Anywhere

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Hints to stop aging from beauty expert Narine Nikogosian

Return to Beauty by Narine Nikogosian will restore your glow.

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Vitamins That Might Actually Be Bad for You

Here are five vitamins that can actually be bad for you.

You'll Never Guess How Much Sleep Heather Graham Gets Every Night

You'll Never Guess How Much Sleep Heather Graham Gets Every Night

What's Trending: 5 New Healthy Snack Options

When it comes to keeping ourselves healthy, one thing is clear. Sugar is getting the boot. We are snacking more than ever before, and finding ways to keep it clean is getting easier. The List’s Teresa Strasser with three tasty treats without the sweet.

Real Gurl Advice: What You Need to Know Before You Get a Tattoo

Not to sound like your mom or your grandma, but getting a tattoo is serious business - this is something that's going to be on your body forever! It's not really a decision that should be taken lightly. Besides figuring out what you want, there are so many other things you have to know before you get a tattoo: the real deal about the pain, how to take care of it, how you might feel about it in a few years, and even how other people are going to deal.

Do Active Minds Delay Alzheimer's?

Brain games, puzzles, reading and crafts. Do activities that keep your mind active help ward off symptoms of Alzheimer's disease? In a recent study researchers found those who stayed mentally active in midlife had lower levels of amyloid deposits in their brains than those who didn't stay mentally active. Amyloid deposits are a hallmark sign of Alzheimer's disease. The researchers say staying mentally active doesn't stop the disease, but it may delay symptoms.

Losing Hair? Grow Out Luscious Locks

Thinning hair can be tough to handle. Especially for women, experts say...which make up 40% of all hair loss sufferers. Women haven't always had as many treatment options as men, but we found there's new hope on the horizon!

The Clouse Family Continues To Grow After Losing 7 Children In A Fire

Clouse family home is filled with children again.

Do Active Minds Delay Alzheimer's?

Brain games, puzzles, reading and crafts. Do activities that keep your mind active help ward off symptoms of Alzheimer's disease? In a recent study researchers found those who stayed mentally active in midlife had lower levels of amyloid deposits in their brains than those who didn't stay mentally active. Amyloid deposits are a hallmark sign of Alzheimer's disease. The researchers say staying mentally active doesn't stop the disease, but it may delay symptoms.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Should Women at High Risk of Cancer Have Surgery?

Women who have the genes BRCA1 or BRCA2 are at a significantly increased risk of developing breast cancer. In an article published in The New England Journal of Medicine, Mayo Clinic researchers examined the management of women who have the genes but who have not yet developed cancer. They looked at risks and benefits of preventive strategies such as mastectomy and ways to help women make decisions about their care.

Conceiving After Miscarriage?

Women and couples who've experienced a miscarriage are often told to wait at least three months before they try again to get pregnant. But a new NIH study suggests that might not be the best advice. Find out more as The Doctors discuss!

Do Brain Games Actually Keep Your Brain Sharp?

Brain games like Lumosity that claim to make you smarter and prevent age-related conditions like dementia. But should you believe the hype? Find out as The Doctors discuss!

Do Brain Games Actually Keep Your Brain Sharp?

Brain games like Lumosity that claim to make you smarter and prevent age-related conditions like dementia. But should you believe the hype? Find out as The Doctors discuss!

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Avocado Cilantro Pesto

Give a new twist to your pasta with the best green ingredients. Chef James shows us an avocado cilantro pesto that will give a new twist to your pasta.

Postpartum Psychosis Will Make You Rethink Maternal Mental Illnesses

In 2001, Andrea Yates was America's most notorious mom...but how did she get there?

Female Libido Drug: Is It Safe and Effective

In August 2015, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the medication flibanserin (Addyi) for use in premenopausal women with hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD). But some researchers have questioned its efficacy and safety, claiming the side effects may not be worth it. Dr. Jordan Rullo is a member of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH). She and her colleagues support the use of this drug for the subset of women who benefit from it.

A Young Woman Suffers Extreme Breast Pain

Have you ever been in so much pain you've actually considered removing a body part? A college student named Jordan says she wants to undergo a double mastectomy in order to relieve her extreme breast pain. Can The Doctors, oncologist Dr. Kristine Slam and breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk find another solution?

Are You an Invisible Woman?

The Doctors are joined by Valerie Monroe, a columnist for Oprah Magazine, to discuss her recent article on what it feels like when people stop noticing you and how aging can affects one's sense of self. Can you relate?

Hope for an Extreme Breast Pain Sufferer

The Doctors are joined by 22-year-old Jordan, oncologist Dr. Kristine Slam, and breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk to discuss Jordan's debilitating breast pain. Will she go under the knife to find relief?

Could DIY Health Kits Do More Harm Than Good?

The Doctors discuss the growing trend of at-home DIY health screening kits and give their opinions on three popular types: at-home tests for vaginal pH, cholesterol, and prostate health. Should you use these products?

Yoga Pants That Burn Calories?

A new brand of yoga pants claims to help you burn more calories while you work out. But do they work? Find out as The Doctors put it to the test!

Here's How to Do 5 Beyonce-Inspired Dance Moves

Want to dance like Beyonce? Of course you do. In this video, follow along as hip hop instructor TweetBoogie demos five moves that will get your heart pumping whether you're at home or in the club. Do the routine 4 to 5 times to get your sweat on.

How to Do the Bounce & Flick

Check out this Beyonce-inspired dance move you can do with a friend. When you lean forward, she leans back. What could be easier? In this video, Ailey Extension hip hop instructor TweetBoogie demos the steps so you can try them - at home or the club.

How to Do a 2-Step Groove

Do you wish you could dance like Beyonce? In this video, hip hop instructor TweetBoogie breaks down a simple step that will get your heart rate up and your dance shoes on.

Brain Blackouts: A New Complex Systems Perspective on Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s disease relentlessly targets large-scale brain networks that support the formation of new memories. However, it remains a mystery as to why the disease selectively targets memory-related brain networks and how this relates to misfolded proteins seen by pathologists at autopsy. In an effort to bridge the divide between the targeted memory systems and the misfolded proteins and dying cells underneath, Mayo Clinic researchers have turned to the field of complex systems.

Brain Blackouts: A New Complex Systems Perspective on Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's disease relentlessly targets large-scale brain networks that support the formation of new memories. However, it remains a mystery as to why the disease selectively targets memory-related brain networks and how this relates to misfolded proteins seen by pathologists at autopsy. In an effort to bridge the divide between the targeted memory systems and the misfolded proteins and dying cells underneath, Mayo Clinic researchers have turned to the field of complex systems.

"Teen Mom" Gets Diagnosis for Mystery Illness

Jenelle Evans, star of MTV's Teen Mom 2 gets help with a mysterious health issue that she's been dealing with for months. And see what else The Doctors have in store for her.

"Teen Mom" Star Suffers Mystery Health Crisis

Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans seeks The Doctors help for a mystery illness. To see what happened when The Doctors sent her to two specialists, click here .

"Teen Mom" Seeks Help for Mystery Illness

The Doctors send Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans to endocrinologist Dr. Joseph Pinzone and OB/GYN Dr. Peter Weiss to see if they have answers for her ongoing health issues. To hear their recommendations for Janelle, click here .

“Teen Mom” Gets Diagnosis for Mystery Illness

Jenelle Evans, star of MTV’s Teen Mom 2 gets help with a mysterious health issue that she’s been dealing with for months. And see what else The Doctors have in store for her.

“Teen Mom” Star Suffers Mystery Health Crisis

Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans seeks The Doctors help for a mystery illness. To see what happened when The Doctors sent her to two specialists, click here .

6 Reasons Vaginas Are Amazing

Here are six reasons vaginas are the best!!

Top 10 Bizarre Sleeping Disorders

Many of us have witnessed snoring partners or sleepwalking siblings in our lifetimes, but there are some sleeping conditions that are utterly bizarre. From stopping breathing in your sleep to uncontrollable night time sexual urges, Alltime10s brings you 10 of the strangest sleeping disorders around.

Top 10 Bizarre Sleeping Disorders

Many of us have witnessed snoring partners or sleepwalking siblings in our lifetimes, but there are some sleeping conditions that are utterly bizarre. From stopping breathing in your sleep to uncontrollable night time sexual urges, Alltime10s brings you 10 of the strangest sleeping disorders around.

Daylight Savings Time and Stroke Risk

Daylight savings time may up the risk of stroke, a new study finds.

How Much Does Your Period Cost?

Having a period is way too costly.

One Woman's Near Death Experience

The Doctors meet Robby who rushed his wife Kathy to the hospital when she suffered an aneurism. Neurosurgeons Dr. Bill Mack and Dr. Jonathan Russin join the doctors to talk about her unique and extremely rare surgery. To see how Kathy's doing today, click here .

Meet a Woman Who Survived a Rare Brain Aneurysm

One year after suffering an aneurysm and undergoing major brain surgery, Kathy joins The Doctors to talk about running the LA Marathon.

One Woman's Near Death Experience

The Doctors meet Robby who rushed his wife Kathy to the hospital when she suffered an aneurism. Neurosurgeons Dr. Bill Mack and Dr. Jonathan Russin join the doctors to talk about her unique and extremely rare surgery. To see how Kathy’s doing today, click here .

Meet a Woman Who Survived a Rare Brain Aneurysm

One year after suffering an aneurysm and undergoing major brain surgery, Kathy joins The Doctors to talk about running the LA Marathon.

Daylight Savings Time and Stroke Risk

Daylight savings time may up the risk of stroke, a new study finds.

Tightening Wand for Your Lady Parts?

The Doctors discuss a wand that claims to tighten your lady parts in just 15 minutes. But does it work?

Can Physical Exercise Stave Off Alzheimer's?

Dr. John Ratey discusses the promising research that suggests that physical exercise can forestall, and perhaps even prevent, Alzheimer's disease.

The Link Between Brain Plasticity and Alzheimer's Disease

'Father of neuroscience' Dr. Michael Merzenich says people may be able to delay and even reverse the onset of Alzheimer's disease with targeted brain exercises.

How Einstein Changed His Brain, and You Can Too

'Father of neuroscience' Dr. Michael Merzenich describes why Einstein's genes only account for part of his intellect and the power we each have to optimize our brains.

Our Brains Can Change Until Our Dying Day, Expert Says

Dr. Michael Merzenich says the old theories that our brains stop changing as we age are false, our brains remain plastic, and thus changeable for the better, he says, until the end of our lives.

What Activity Uses the Most Brain Cells?

Of all the ways we use our brain, Dr. John Ratey says the single activity that uses the most brain cells is one that also involves our bodies: exercise.

The Shocking Effect Obesity Has on Your Brain

The negative impacts of obesity are plentiful, but chief among them may be that higher weight can result in lower brain function. Dr. John Ratey discusses the obesity-brain connection.

Supercharge Your Brain: Drs. John Ratey and Michael Merzenich

Tune in to Ora TV on February 26th, 2016 after 2PM ET for the full interview on 'Larry King Now.'

How Einstein Changed His Brain, and You Can Too

'Father of neuroscience' Dr. Michael Merzenich describes why Einstein's genes only account for part of his intellect and the power we each have to optimize our brains.

Our Brains Can Change Until Our Dying Day, Expert Says

Dr. Michael Merzenich says the old theories that our brains stop changing as we age are false, our brains remain plastic, and thus changeable for the better, he says, until the end of our lives.

What Activity Uses the Most Brain Cells?

Of all the ways we use our brain, Dr. John Ratey says the single activity that uses the most brain cells is one that also involves our bodies: exercise.

The Shocking Effect Obesity Has on Your Brain

The negative impacts of obesity are plentiful, but chief among them may be that higher weight can result in lower brain function. Dr. John Ratey discusses the obesity-brain connection.

Supercharge Your Brain: Drs. John Ratey and Michael Merzenich

Tune in to Ora TV on February 26th, 2016 after 2PM ET for the full interview on 'Larry King Now.'

Can Physical Exercise Stave Off Alzheimer's?

Dr. John Ratey discusses the promising research that suggests that physical exercise can forestall, and perhaps even prevent, Alzheimer's disease.

The Link Between Brain Plasticity and Alzheimer's Disease

'Father of neuroscience' Dr. Michael Merzenich says people may be able to delay and even reverse the onset of Alzheimer's disease with targeted brain exercises.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Sex Exercise and Pregnancy

Maybe you've heard the following myths about pregnancy: exercise and sex are bad because they can hurt the unborn baby. Mayo Clinic experts say for healthy women who are having healthy pregnancies, sex and exercise are not only okay, they also may be beneficial.

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Zika Testing Recommendations

All pregnant women who have traveled to areas with Zika outbreaks should be offered testing, CDC says.

Stop Aging with Anti-Pollution Beauty Products

You've probably heard that air pollution can affect your health, but have you ever thought about what it might be doing to your skin? Which beauty products can really keep pollution from aging your skin? Take a look to find out!

DIY Orthodontics: A Risky Business?

Log online and you can find DIY tutorials for just about anything, even straightening teeth! But are these teeth tutorials doing more harm than good on your pearly whites?

Sleep, Exercise and Stroke Risk

The right amount of sleep and exercise significantly reduces stroke risk, a new study finds.

Lowering Long-Term Risk of Stroke

Stenting and surgery are equally effective at lowering the long-term risk of stroke from a narrowed carotid artery, according to results of CREST, a 10-year, federally funded clinical trial led by researchers at Mayo Clinic's campus in Florida. The results are being published today online in the New England Journal of Medicine and presented at the American Heart Association's International Stroke Conference in Los Angeles. Dr. Thomas Brott provides this update on the CREST trial.

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Mayo Clinic Minute: Sex Exercise and Pregnancy

Maybe you've heard the following myths about pregnancy: exercise and sex are bad because they can hurt the unborn baby. Mayo Clinic experts say for healthy women who are having healthy pregnancies, sex and exercise are not only okay, they also may be beneficial.

Sleep, Exercise and Stroke Risk

The right amount of sleep and exercise significantly reduces stroke risk, a new study finds.

Lowering Long-Term Risk of Stroke

Stenting and surgery are equally effective at lowering the long-term risk of stroke from a narrowed carotid artery, according to results of CREST, a 10-year, federally funded clinical trial led by researchers at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Florida. The results are being published today online in the New England Journal of Medicine and presented at the American Heart Association’s International Stroke Conference in Los Angeles. Dr. Thomas Brott provides this update on the CREST trial.

Should You Get the BRCA Gene Test?

ER physician Travis Stork is joined by surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk to discuss whether or not you should get the BRCA gene test, which can tell you if you are at risk for developing breast cancer.

Surprise for Woman Scarred from Mastectomy Complications

A breast cancer survivor left scarred from mastectomy complications gets a special surprise from plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Zarrabi.

Woman Scarred from Mastectomy Complications

A breast cancer survivor left scarred from mastectomy complications turns to The Doctors for help.

Having a Techno Affair?

Facebook and Instagram have connected millions of people around the world, but they've also torn millions of relationship apart. If you have a wandering eye, and can relate to one of these 3 signs, then here's an important notification: It's time to end your relationship!

Help for a Mother with Terrible Hemorrhoids

A mother who's been dealing with debilitating hemorrhoids for over five years comes to The Doctors and proctologist Dr. David Rosenfeld for relief.

Breast Cancer Marathon Helps Fund Genomic Research

Donna Deegan, founder of the 26.2 with Donna marathon, discusses how the money raised helps fund genomic research.

Running to Raise Awareness and Beat Breast Cancer

Every February, thousands of runners gather in Jacksonville, Florida, to take part in the 26.2 with Donna. It's a marathon created by breast cancer survivor Donna Deegan "to raise funds for groundbreaking breast cancer research and women living with breast cancer." Money raised has helped support genetic research geared toward developing treatments for breast and other cancers based on an individual's genetic information. Vivien Williams has more.

Monitor Your Health with Wearable Technology

You may use wearable tech to track your fitness regimen, but new wearable devices in development are designed with biosensors to track more than just movement...and may even lead to better overall health.

Medical Study Looks at the Way the Seasons Affect Brain Activity

Brain activity may be influenced by time of year, according to new study.

Men And Women Talk About The Taboo Around Periods

Menstruation is a normal bodily function, yet how did it become such a taboo topic of conversation? Comedian Akilah Hughes explains.

Medical Study Looks at the Way the Seasons Affect Brain Activity

Brain activity may be influenced by time of year, according to new study.

New Hot Flash Cure?

Doctors' staff member Terry has been experiencing hot flashes on and off for years. Can a new product that claims to lower skin temperature give her some relief? Find out as Terry puts it to the test! For results, click here .

New Hot Flash Cure Put to the Test

Doctors' staff member Terry has been experiencing hot flashes on and off for years. Find out if a new product that claims to lower skin temperature was able to give her some relief!

Herbal Detox Balls for Your Lady Parts?

The Doctors discuss herbal detox balls for women, which claim to clean the womb and return it to a balanced state. Find out why you should never try this!

3 Tips for Healthier Breasts

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork and lifestyle expert Moll Anderson take you inside the Pink Lotus Breast Center in Beverly Hills where surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk reveals three tips for healthier breasts.

Arrow's Super Bowl Ad: Once A Race Car Driver, Always A Race Car Driver

Arrow Electronics' Super Bowl ad highlights the power of technology by giving an injured race car driver the ability to drive again.

Dr. Ashton Gets a Special Massage

OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton’s gets a “B” massage designed to help alleviate symptoms of PMS at Haven Spa in New York.

Dr. Ashton Gets a Special Massage

OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton's gets a "B" massage designed to help alleviate symptoms of PMS at Haven Spa in New York.

The Benefits of Chocolate During Pregnancy

Eating chocolate may help lower risk of preeclampsia in pregnant women, study finds.

Arrow's Super Bowl Ad: Once A Race Car Driver, Always A Race Car Driver

Arrow Electronics' Super Bowl ad highlights the power of technology by giving an injured race car driver the ability to drive again.

Jessica Biel, Whitney Cummings, and Joy Bryant On Misconceptions

WomanCare Global recently premiered their video "Misconceptions" at The 2016 MAKERS Conference. Watch Jessica Biel, Whitney Cummings and Joy Bryant discuss some of the common misconceptions about Pregnancy. Get more information at womancareglobal.org.

High Fiber Intake May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

Eating a diet high in fiber during adolescence may reduce risk of breast cancer, new study finds.

3 Home Remedies You Should Never Do

If you ever play doctor at home and treat yourself for small burns or pimples you are putting yourself in danger! Here are 3 at home remedies you should never do! Trust us!

Marijuana Use Could Affect Verbal Memory

Can't recall that word? Past marijuana use might be to blame, according to new study.

Marijuana Use Could Affect Verbal Memory

Can’t recall that word? Past marijuana use might be to blame, according to new study.

Helping Moms and Babies Survive and Thrive

Susan Desmond-Hellmann, CEO, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, talks about The Lancet series as a way to help moms and babies survive and thrive.

Breastfeeding Can Save 800k Lives a Year

Nigel Rollins, one of the World Health Organization's scientists, talks about the WHO's review of mortality and health benefits of breastfeeding for women and children around the world.

Busting Myths About Breastfeeding

Truong Quoc Hung, Deputy Director and Assistant to the President, Vietnam Institute for Legislative Studies, talks about the prevalent myths in Vietnam about Breastfeeding and how the government is fighting them.

Breastfeeding Isn't Just a Mommy Issue

Susan Desmond-Hellmann, CEO, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, talks about the issue of Breastfeeding.

Women Get Real About the Best and Worst Parts of Periods

Women get real about their periods.

Young Woman Says Endometriosis Is Destroying Her Life

A young woman who's been suffering for over seven years from debilitating, painful periods and pelvic pain caused by endometriosis turns to The Doctors for help. See the surprise The Doctors and gynecologist Dr. Tamer Seckin have in store for her.

Is Your Brain Fart a Sign of Something Serious?

Every now and then we forget the name of our favorite song, or what our best friend's phone number is. But when are these 'brain farts' a sign of something serious? Should you be worried?

Depression and Pregnancy

Depression in both mothers and fathers increases risk of preterm birth, a study finds

Mayo Clinic Minute - Early Detection of Alzheimer's Disease

More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease. There is no cure, however, early and accurate diagnosis of this progressive form of dementia allows patients and families to prepare for the future. Vivien Williams has more in this Mayo Clinic Minute.

Is Your Brain Fart a Sign of Something Serious?

Every now and then we forget the name of our favorite song, or what our best friend's phone number is. But when are these 'brain farts' a sign of something serious? Should you be worried?

New Balloon Therapy Lifts Weight Loss Burden

In the United States, two-thirds of the population is said to be either overweight or obese. Now there's a new option for those who might need medical help to lose weight but don't qualify for weight loss surgery. This week Mayo Clinic gastroenterologists were the first in the U.S. to implant a new device recently approved by the FDA. The procedure involves the temporary placement of a special balloon in the stomach and has the potential for lasting results.

Smoking and Breast Cancer

Smoking before or after breast cancer diagnosis is linked to a higher risk of death, a study finds.

Leggings That Smooth Skin and Burn Fat

You want to look fabulous in your leggings, but what if your leggings could make you look more fabulous? It sounds like a feat only possible in your dreams, but these dream leggings actually exist! Made with microcapsules of caffeine and cedrol, Shape & Slim leggings can help stimulate fat burning and reduce the appearance of cellulite. Watch fitness expert Bianca Jade explain more.

TV Star Opens Up About Cancer Battle

Actress Danielle Spencer, star of the hit 70s TV show What's Happening!! , opens up about having a double mastectomy. Hear from her doctor, surgical oncologist Dr. Brian Kaplan, and hear how she's doing today.

Actress Danielle Spencer's Cancer Battle

Actress Danielle Spencer, star of the hit 70s TV show What's Happening!! , was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014. Watch as she undergoes a double mastectomy with surgical oncologist Dr. Brian Kaplan. To see how Danielle is doing today, click here .

Is Medication to Blame for Glenn Frey's Death?

The Doctors discuss the loss of music legend Glenn Frey, who recently passed away at the age of 67. Frey reportedly suffered rheumatoid arthritis. Was medication to blame for his death?

The Condom Challenge: New Viral Trend

The Doctors discuss "The Condom Challenge," a dangerous new viral trend taking over the Internet.

How to Shed Those Pesky Pounds

You've done all the diets and exercises but still can't get rid of those pounds? Watch this video to find out why those pounds are staying put.

'Next Level Living': Why Do We Sleep?

The HuffPost Originals series "Next Level Living" premieres with an episode on the science of sleep. Experts explain why we need sleep and what exactly happens to our bodies when we don't get enough.

Fareed Zakaria on Meditation

Journalist Fareed Zakaria talks about his challenging, but necessary relationship with meditation.

7 Ways to Get Slim Without a Diet

No, you don't always have to diet to lose weight. There are other ways that will help you shed pounds. Watch this video to see how you can get slim without going on a diet.

Reality Star Kristen Taekman Reveals Health Condition

Reality star Kristen Taekman of "The Real Housewives of New York," reveals a health condition and opens up about why she left the show.

Assault Myths Debunked

One in three women will experience violence during her lifetime. Sharon Papa, the chief of police in Hermosa Beach and the highest ranking female officer in LAPD history, dispels some of the biggest assault myths so you don't become a statistic.

Should You Drink Wine to Lose Weight?

A recent study apparently revealed that drinking half a bottle of wine could help you lose weight. But is it really true? The Doctors break down this internet rumor in the latest edition of "Stuff My Mom Forwards Me."

Mayo Clinic Response to USPSTF Breast Cancer Screening Statement

In its newly-announced breast cancer screening recommendations, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) says the decision to start mammography should be an individual one for women ages 40 to 49. Mayo Clinic agrees but also recommends regular screening for a woman who says she's unsure how to proceed.

44 Percent of Single Moms Get Less Than 7 Hours of Sleep and More

A Sociologist from Ohio University notes that sleep problems for single momns loom large for American society as a whole, as over 40 percent of births occur to single moms.

Reality Stars Open Up About Vasectomy Reversal

In a Doctors' Exclusive, Gretchen Rossi and fianc Slade Smiley of "The Real Housewives of Orange Country" open up about Slade's recent vasectomy reversal and their struggle to conceive. Joining them is Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz, who performed Slade's procedure. To hear Dr. Spitz explain how a reverse vasectomy works, click here .

How a Reverse Vasectomy Is Performed

Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz joins The Doctors to discuss how a reverse vasectomy is performed, such as the one he recently completed on "The Real Housewives of Orange Country" star Slade Smiley, who's been struggling to conceive with fianc Gretchen Rossi for the past few years.

Reality Stars Open Up About Vasectomy Reversal

In a Doctors’ Exclusive, Gretchen Rossi and fiancé Slade Smiley of “The Real Housewives of Orange Country” open up about Slade’s recent vasectomy reversal and their struggle to conceive. Joining them is Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz, who performed Slade’s procedure. To hear Dr. Spitz explain how a reverse vasectomy works, click here .

How a Reverse Vasectomy Is Performed

Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz joins The Doctors to discuss how a reverse vasectomy is performed, such as the one he recently completed on “The Real Housewives of Orange Country” star Slade Smiley, who’s been struggling to conceive with fiancé Gretchen Rossi for the past few years.

The OTC Birth Control Debate Continues

The OTC birth control pill debate continues with OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton, family practitioner Dr. Rachael Ross, plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon, ER physician Dr. Travis Stork, and Britt Wahlin of Ibis Reproductive Health. For more on this topic, click here .

Permanent Baby Bump?

During her third pregnancy, Amy's stomach muscles separated and never fused back together once her daughter was born. Since then, the condition known as "diastasis recti" has caused her to have what she calls a "permanent baby bump." To see what happened during Amy's consultation with plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Zarrabi, click here .

Should Birth Control Pills Be Available Without a Prescription?

The Doctors are joined by Britt Wahlin of Ibis Reproductive Health to discuss whether or not birth control pills should be available without a prescription. To see the conversation continue, click here .

Drs. Rx: Ginger Tea for Menstrual Cramps?

Can drinking ginger tea help alleviate menstrual cramps? The Doctors discuss!

Ways To Fix Bad Posture

Bad posture can lead to bad health and overall lack of wellness. Author Alice Ann Dailey gives some tips on how to improve your posture.

Help for Sugar Addiction

A woman with a sugar addiction meets with nutritionist Dr. Melina Jampolis to find out how sugar is negatively affecting her health. To learn more about sugar addiction and hidden sugars in food, click here .

The Real Deal: Organic Tampons

The Doctors discuss organic tampons, like those made by Jessica Alba's The Honest Company. Are they better?

Birth Control ?Can Now Be ?Purchased Over?-T?He?-?Counter In Oregon

Women over 18 can now purchase birth control over-the-counter in Oregon.

Birth Control Pills and Pregnancy

Oral contraceptive use during early pregnancy does not increase risk of birth defects, a new study finds.

Woman Instagrams Alleged Rape

Amber Amour took a photo moments after she was allegedly raped in a shower.

Allowing Time to Grieve a Miscarriage

Miscarriages ? they can be heart-wrenching losses and, unfortunately, very common. Most miscarriages occur because the fetus isn't developing normally. Mayo Clinic obstetrician Dr. Yvonne Butler Tobah says it's important to allow yourself time to grieve, and to keep in mind, that most women go on to have successful pregnancies. Vivien Williams has more in today's Mayo Clinic Minute.

Mother Loses Custody After Drinking Marijuana Tea While Pregnant

The Doctors discuss the story of a Cleveland mother who lost custody of her newborn baby after drinking marijuana tea while pregnant to treat her extreme morning sickness and sciatic nerve pain.

Here are the Only 15 Exercises You Need to Get in Shape Anywhere

Get ready to learn the building blocks of any effective workout. No gym necessary.

Little Boy Gives Himself A Hilarious Haircut

This little boy got a little bit too curious about what his Dad had on the bathroom shelf. Shaving cream makes a mess, but the electric razor leaves a definite mark! His parents don't even need to put him in time out, walking around with this kooky haircut is probably punishment enough!

Mother Arrested After Giving Baby Bourbon to Alleviate Teething Pain

The Doctors discuss the story of an Arkansas mother who was arrested after giving her 10-month-old baby bourbon to alleviate his teething pain. After the baby was found unresponsive, blood tests revealed he had a blood alcohol content 0.19.

Winter Wonderland Sledding Fails

Break out the wool hats, down jackets and sleds, it's winter and that means it's time to find the best hill in your town and whip down it on your finest sled. Don't worry, unlike skiing and snowboarding, it literally takes no skill. Find a snow covered open space, a good sled, and lay down on your back or stomach. Then, gravity does the rest of the work! Don't miss out this winter!

La détresse d'un homme atteint d'Alzheimer

Atteint depuis deux ans de la maladie d'Alzheimer, Alan Beamer, alias "Beam" a vu sa santé se détériorer rapidement au cours des derniers mois.

Don't Put It Off, Stop Procrastinating Today

Have you been putting off writing those thank you notes for the graduation gifts you received? Or maybe you have been putting off organizing that stack of bills and receipts you have laying on your desk? You might feel overwhelmed with these tasks and your sense of time may not be reasonable to get it done. Instead of tackling everything at once, try these tips to accomplish your ultimate goal.

Dr. Jennifer Berman's Breast Cancer Scare

Urologist Jennifer Berman opens up about her recent breast cancer health scare. See what happens when she visits board-certified surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk.

Kegels for Men?

The Doctors discuss a new device that helps men do Kegel exercises. But is it necessary?

Kegels for Men?

The Doctors discuss a new device that helps men do Kegel exercises. But is it necessary?

'Babypod' Plays Music for Fetuses After Being Inserted Into Vagina

Rock-a-bye fetus. Forget putting headphones around a pregnant belly or turning up the stereo extra loud a new device plays music to developing embryos directly into the mother's uterus. Babypod which sells for $133 on the company's website was created after a gynecology clinic in Spain reported again that fetuses react to sound as early as 16 weeks into their nine-month journey towards birth.

Study Reveals CTE Danger for Amateur Athletes

The same brain disease that's plagued Hall of Fame football players like Frank Gifford has shown up in male athletes who never played pro ball. A Mayo Clinic study has revealed surprising data about chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in athletes who played contact sports in high school or college. Jeff Olsen has more from the study's author in this Mayo Clinic Minute.

Oregon Becomes First State To Offer OTC Birth Control ? California Is Next

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Understanding Lewy Body Dementia

Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia, but another type called dementia with Lewy bodies, or DLB, comes in second. Both diseases share some symptoms, and because of this, dementia with Lewy bodies is often misdiagnosed. The diseases are different and require separate treatments. Reporter Vivien Williams has what you need to know from experts in Mayo Clinic's Lewy Body Dementia Research Program. They are working to find answers for this devastating disease.

Understanding Lewy Body Dementia - Mayo Clinic

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, but another type called dementia with Lewy bodies, or DLB, comes in second. Both diseases share some symptoms, and because of this, dementia with Lewy bodies is often misdiagnosed. The diseases are different and require separate treatments. Reporter Vivien Williams has what you need to know from experts in Mayo Clinic’s Lewy Body Dementia Research Program. They are working to find answers for this devastating disease.

Mayo Clinic Minute - Study Reveals CTE Danger for Amateur Athletes

The same brain disease that’s plagued Hall of Fame football players like Frank Gifford has shown up in male athletes who never played pro ball. A Mayo Clinic study has revealed surprising data about chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in athletes who played contact sports in high school or college. Jeff Olsen has more from the study's author in this Mayo Clinic Minute.

Kendall Jenner Hospitalized

Kendall Jenner was hospitalized for exhaustion earlier this year.

Concussion Discussion: The Importance of Awareness

The movie "Concussion" opened last week and it's generating a lot of discussion, on many fronts. Doctors at Mayo Clinic hope all the talk will raise awareness of traumatic brain injuries. David Soma, M.D., played high school and collegiate football. Now, as a pediatrician, sports medicine specialist and a father, he has interesting perspectives on the whole concussion discussion.

The Correlation Between Brain Plaques and Alzheimer's Disease

Traditionally studies of brain function have focused on task-evoked responses. By their very nature such experiments tacitly encourage a reflexive view of brain function.

How to Tackle Breakouts

What you use on your skin to prevent breakouts or tackle them head on is important and varies based on your skin type. Here are some treatments you should try out.

Concussion Discussion: The Importance of Awareness

The movie "Concussion" opened last week and it's generating a lot of discussion, on many fronts. Doctors at Mayo Clinic hope all the talk will raise awareness of traumatic brain injuries. David Soma, M.D., played high school and collegiate football. Now, as a pediatrician, sports medicine specialist and a father, he has interesting perspectives on the whole concussion discussion.

Start Fresh with a 2 Week Deep Detox

Give your body a break and kickstart a commitment to healthy living with this easy two week cleanse. This one is different from a lot of other cleanses on the market, because you only substitute it in for one meal a day, so you can stick to your normal diet and still see the benefits.

What to Do for Excess Sweating Condition

If you're afraid to shake someone's hand at a party or raise your arm at a meeting, you're not alone. You could have a medical condition known as hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating. If you experience excess sweating in your palms, face or underarms, here are a few tips which have been known to work.

Portrayals Of Mental Illness On TV

According to a new article on Vulture.com, 2015 was "the year mental illness finally got some respect on TV." When did these more respectful portrayals start, and what impact does this have on the way we view real-life mental health issues?

Hers' Starters Guide 2016: Day 4-Lower Body-Abs

Find out how to do this exercise in Muscle & Fitness' Hers special workout program for beginners.

Hers' Starters Guide 2016: Day 3-Upper Body

Find out how to do this exercise in Muscle & Fitness' Hers special workout program for beginners.

Hers' Starters Guide 2016: Day 2-Lower Body-Abs

Find out how to do this exercise in Muscle & Fitness' Hers special workout program for beginners.

Hers' Starters Guide 2016: Day 1-Upper Body

Find out how to do this exercise in Muscle & Fitness' Hers special workout program for beginners.

Antidepressants and Autism Spectrum Disorder

Use of antidepressants in 2nd or 3rd trimester may increase risk of autism spectrum disorder, new study finds.

Top 5 Facts About Breast Implants

Welcome to WatchMojo's Top 5 Facts where we count down five random facts about a fascinating topic. Today we'll be looking at real facts about fake breasts.

Dose of Cute: Little Ones Opening Presents

Watch them as they get excited while opening their Christmas gifts!

Mayo Clinic Minute Holiday Do's and Don'ts for Pregnant Women

The holiday season can be one of overindulgence. Not overdoing things can be especially important for women who are pregnant.

An Effortless Way to Reduce Body Fat

ER physician Travis Stork shares a simple activity you can do every day that can help you lose weight and live a healthier lifestyle. Find out what it is!

Breast-Conserving Therapy

Breast-conserving surgery may improve overall survival in early breast cancer.

Raising Awareness for Huntington's Disease

Former TV news reporter Charles Sabine and Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall join The Doctors to discuss Huntington's disease, a rare, incurable genetic condition that results in the progressive deterioration of nerve cells in the brain. Find out how the disease is passed on and what to do if you receive the diagnosis. Sponsored by Pfizer.

"Cold Cap" Helps Cancer Patients Keep Their Hair

This "cold cap" is helping cancer patients keep their care while they go through chemo.

Best Anti-Aging Regime at Any Age

Although many have asked if the fountain of youth really does exist, modern medicine has given us some great tools to fight the ravaging signs of aging. The real question should be when do I start a skin regime to keep me looking youthful? Here are a few skin care regimen tips for every age.

Raising Awareness for Huntington's Disease

Former TV news reporter Charles Sabine and Pfizer’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall join The Doctors to discuss Huntington’s disease, a rare, incurable genetic condition that results in the progressive deterioration of nerve cells in the brain. Find out how the disease is passed on and what to do if you receive the diagnosis. Sponsored by Pfizer.

The Correlation Between Brain Plaques and Alzheimer's Disease

Traditionally studies of brain function have focused on task-evoked responses. By their very nature such experiments tacitly encourage a reflexive view of brain function.

Ashley Pettit Living: Foods That Fight PMS for APL TV

Everyone's cycle is different: duration, frustration, pain and suffering being the most common symptoms. In this episode of APL TV, certified nutritionist Ashley Pettit shares some universal food avoidances and some helpful, edible replacements that can bring those PMS symptoms to their knees.

Can Wearing a Bra Cause Breast Cancer?

Surgical breast specialist Kristi Funk weighs in on controversial claims that wearing a bra can cause breast cancer. Should you beware the common undergarment?

New Jersey Man Charged $17G for Stitches to a Small Cut

A New Jersey man says Bayonne Medial Center nicked him and his insurance company for more than $17,000.

Helpful Tip for Caregivers

AARP family and caregiving expert Amy Goyer, author of "Juggling Life, Work, and Caregiving," shares four tips for people caring for an elderly or disabled loved one. Click here to enter for a chance to win a copy of Amy's book.

Don't Let the Chills Get You!

Can't shake off the chills when it's warm? Here are 5 health related reasons you may always be cold.

The Tool You Need to Work Out Smarter

Does this sound familiar? You start out strong with a new workout plan, and at first, it seems to be working, but then you plateau and it feels like nothing gets you any closer to your fitness goals. It happens to a lot of us, and it can be discouraging, but the good news is that with the right data, you can pull yourself out of an exercise rut. The TomTom runner GPS watch tracks your pace, distance, and calories burned, so you can work out smarter, and you'll never finish a workout wondering ho

Kanye West's Reported Trick to Manage Stress

Rage rooms, a designated area where one can break everything in sight, are growing in popularity across the country as a way to help relieve stress. Even rapper Kanye West reportedly has one in his home! Watch as plastic surgeon Andrew Ordon lets it all out in The Doctors' own rage room.

Breast Density and Cancer Risk

Breast density alone may not be a strong risk factor for cancer, according to a new study.

How to Deal with Family Pressure to Get Married

So when are you two getting married? It's a common question that perhaps your Aunt Edna repeatedly asks you. Although it's no one's business, when or if you are getting married, you don't want to be rude or make a scene. So how do you deal with this question with class?

Mentalist Lior Suchard Performs Mind-Blowing Experiment

You have to see it to believe it! Watch as mentalist Lior Suchard performs an incredible stunt that mystifies The Doctors and amazes the studio audience!

Shocking Delivery of 10-Pound Baby

The Doctors react to the shocking viral video of a woman delivering a 10-pound baby in the car on the way to the hospital. Hear the couple's story and find out how the baby is doing today.

HPL Takes On: Faces Of Alzheimer's

HuffPost Live explores the personal stories behind Alzheimer's. We speak to people living with Alzheimer's and family members who take care of their loved ones suffering from this disease. Hit rewind and watch the best of these conversations!

Tattoo Artists Are Transforming Breast Cancer Scars Into Beautiful Artwork

Following mastectomies, these breast cancer survivors found a creative and inspiring way to reclaim their bodies - with tattoos. Through the P.ink foundation, survivors were matched with artists so that their chests could be turned into works of art. The ink is to serve as a reminder that the person survived and that they have been given a chance to continue. It also reminds the survivors to never, ever give up. The organization currently has over 50 tattoo survivors and it's growing.

The Real Deal Behind Popular At-Home Conception Kit

PregPrep is a new, low-cost, at-home kit that supposedly helps women conceive. But does it really work? OB-GYN Jennifer Ashton weighs in.

HPL Takes On: Faces Of Alzheimer's

HuffPost Live explores the personal stories behind Alzheimer's. We speak to people living with Alzheimer's and family members who take care of their loved ones suffering from this disease. Hit rewind and watch the best of these conversations!

Bride Gives Father a Purity Certificate at Her Wedding

Brelyn and Tim's wedding went viral on social media when it was revealed that Brelyn had gifted her father a certificate signed by her OB-GYN confirming that her hymen was still intact. The Doctors discuss the validity and ethics of virginity tests. Plus, Brelyn and Tim weigh in on the controversy surrounding their wedding.

Husband Suffers Injury "Down There" During Sex

Hear how one couple's romantic evening led to an unplanned trip to the emergency room! And, The Doctors send Rex to see urologist David Josephson for a consultation. Click here to find out if there's any lasting damage to Rex's member.

What To Do When Your Private Part Gets Injured

Rex and his wife Nina reached out to The Doctors after Rex suffered a painful injury "down there" during a romantic evening with Nina. Find out what urologist David Josephson says about the long-term effects of the injury for men.

Husband Suffers Injury “Down There” During Sex

Hear how one couple’s romantic evening led to an unplanned trip to the emergency room! And, The Doctors send Rex to see urologist David Josephson for a consultation. Click here to find out if there’s any lasting damage to Rex’s member.

STD's on the Rise

HIV is in the news thanks to Charlie Sheen ? but it's not the biggest health threat between the sheets.

Breastfeeding and Eyesight

Breastfeeding may help prevent common eye disease in preterm infants, study finds.

A Larry King Now Special: Examining Sleep Health in America: Sneak Peek

Tune in to Ora TV on November 2, 2015 after 2PM ET for the full interview on 'Larry King Now.'

Warning: Sleep Medication Is Not The Answer

Dr. Raj Dasgupta?, pulmonologist and Professor of Sleep Science at USC's Keck Medical Center? discusses the dangers of sleep aid medication and suggests an alternative method for combating insomnia and other sleep related disorders.

Mimi Doe on Managing Fear and Doubt in Kids

Author and parenting guru, Mimi Doe talks about managing fear and doubt in children.

Siblings Can't Say Happy Birthday Charlie

Sometimes a phone call is better than a video message, as this frustrated family finds out.

Morning Stories: Plastic Perfection

Fashion writer Bertie Brandes asks if plastic surgery is becoming the ultimate airbrushing tool for our online lives.

Be The Friend That Ends The Fat Talk W/ Marcy Guevara

The next time your friends get caught up talking about losing weight or the latest juice cleanse, try this simple subject changer to get the conversation moving in the right direction again.

47-Year-Old Woman Never Suspected She Was Pregnant Until She Was In Labor

A woman only learned she was having a baby moments before she gave birth. Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) has the story.

Your Bikini Body Is Just 7 Days Away

Raise your hand if you have a bad habit of leaving things to the last minute. Yeah, us too,but when the last minute project is getting your bikini body back, procrastination just doesn't serve. Nothing can make up for a healthy diet and exercise, but if you believe in having your cake and eating it too, the bikini cleanse is the quick fix you've been looking for.

The Weight Loss Drink Stars Love

Ever wish there was a drinkable potion that would naturally increase your energy and make you look better? Beauty Expert Mikaela South unearthed this miracle potion capable of reducing bloating and puffiness and even helping you lose a few pounds.

What Is Body Odor?

We've all had one of those days where you aren't your freshest or even close to it. But what exactly makes your body odor so pungent?

This Is What I Live With: Endometriosis

This Is What I Live With: Endometriosis

Woman Has Emergency C-Section After Being Thrown from Car in Horrific Crash

It's incredible to think that a pregnant woman and her husband survived being thrown from their car after getting caught between a couple of drag racers. What's even more incredible is that the woman delivered a baby immediately afterwards. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Warning: Sleep Medication Is Not The Answer

Dr. Raj Dasguptaת, pulmonologist and Professor of Sleep Science at USC's Keck Medical Centerת discusses the dangers of sleep aid medication and suggests an alternative method for combating insomnia and other sleep related disorders.

A Larry King Now Special: Examining Sleep Health in America: Sneak Peek

Tune in to Ora TV on November 2, 2015 after 2PM ET for the full interview on 'Larry King Now.'

Young Woman's Life Irrevocably Changed by One Pill

Amy was only 16 years old when she decided to take a pill of MDMA, also called Ecstasy, for the first time. What happened next is a wake-up call for every parent out there.

Former "American Idol" Contestant Diagnosed with Devastating Tumor

Heather Cox Coe won hearts with her incredible voice on season 5 of the hit show "American Idol." She opens up to The Doctors about a devastating diagnosis that nearly ended her life.

"American Idol" Star Heather Cox Coe Discusses Brain Tumor

Former "American Idol" contestant Heather Cox Coe joins The Doctors after undergoing complicated surgery to remove a life-threatening brain tumor. Hear how she's doing today.

The Surprising Reason You're Gaining Weight

The Doctors reveal which commonly used cosmetic product, which you probably are wearing right now, could be contributing to weight gain. Find out what it is!

Gentlemen, Ready Your 'Staches: Movember Is Here

The annual charity event that has men around the world growing moustaches as a means to raise awareness and donations to men's health initiatives is back.

The Breast Cancer Threat To Black Women

Historically, black women have had a lower prevalence of breast cancer compared to white women. But the American Cancer Society is now reporting that health advantage no longer exists. We look at what's behind this rise and how to remedy it.

What Is Driving Breast Cancer Among Black Women?

Historically, black women have had a lower prevalence of breast cancer compared to white women. But the American Cancer Society is now reporting that health advantage no longer exists. We look at what's behind this rise and how to remedy it.

Couple Raises Awareness for Male Breast Cancer Patients

Mike says he was shocked when he was diagnosed with breast cancer. He and his wife, Kara, join The Doctors to raise awareness for the prevalence of breast cancer in men and to discuss the signs and symptoms everyone should know.

Young Woman's Life Irrevocably Changed by One Pill

Amy was only 16 years old when she decided to take a pill of MDMA, also called Ecstasy, for the first time. What happened next is a wake-up call for every parent out there.

Former “American Idol” Contestant Diagnosed with Devastating Tumor

Heather Cox Coe won hearts with her incredible voice on season 5 of the hit show “American Idol.” She opens up to The Doctors about a devastating diagnosis that nearly ended her life.

“American Idol” Star Heather Cox Coe Discusses Brain Tumor

Former “American Idol” contestant Heather Cox Coe joins The Doctors after undergoing complicated surgery to remove a life-threatening brain tumor. Hear how she’s doing today.

This Woman Removed Her Healthy Breasts to Save Her Life

'I felt like a ticking time bomb.'

A Magic Tonic to Spice up Your Sex Life

Let's address the first question on your mind: what is a sex dust? It's actually a powder that you add to a hot or cold beverage like nut milk, tea or water. Amanda Chantal Bacon, the woman behind Sex Dust, says it triggers hormonal and mental responses in about 20 minutes that will lead to better sex. While Beauty Dust doesn't work as quickly as sex dust, Amanda explains that the powder promotes better skin, stronger nails, and shinier hair within a couple weeks.

Meet the World's First Menopausal Superhero: Hot Flash!

The Doctors sit down with Amy Buchwald and Danny Woodburn, creators and stars of the new web series, "Hot Flash: The Chronicles of Lara Tate, Menopausal Superhero."

Refusing to Make Breast Cancer Pretty

Cancerland is a group of women with breast cancer who fight against the 'pinkification' of breast cancer awareness month.

7 Guys Perform a Testicular Self-Exam on Camera for a Good Cause

For Movember, we asked seven young guys to take their health into their own hands. Since testicular cancer is most common in men between 15-30 years, we wanted these men to understand the importance of performing routine self-exams at home. When detected early, testicular cancer is extremely curable, and doing a self-exam on camera is extremely awkward. See for yourself.

Controversial New Mammogram Guidelines

The American Cancer Society has issued new guidelines regarding the age and frequency at which women should undergo routine mammograms. Breast specialist Kristi Funk and OB-GYN Jennifer Ashton weigh in on the new guidelines and their potential issues.

How Women Should Interpret New Mammogram Guidelines

The Doctors explain how the latest mammogram guidelines issued by the American Cancer Society may affect patients.

Dr. Elisa Port Tells Us What Will Increase The Risk Of Breast Cancer

Information on what can cause breast cancer

7 Guys Perform a Testicular Self-Exam on Camera for a Good Cause

For Movember, we asked seven young guys to take their health into their own hands. Since testicular cancer is most common in men between 15-30 years, we wanted these men to understand the importance of performing routine self-exams at home. When detected early, testicular cancer is extremely curable, and doing a self-exam on camera is extremely awkward. See for yourself.

6 Ways to Help a Friend Who Is Being Bullied

In support of National Bullying Prevention Month, Teen Vogue's YouTube host Claudia Sulewski talks about ways to stop bullying before it starts, and how you can help a friend deal with bullying.

Dose of Cute: Babies Sneezing

Achoo! These babies just can't hold it in.

This Is What I Live With: Migraines

One in 10 Australians suffer from migraines. For some, this means it takes an hour or so out of their day. For others it can last months. Five people talk to HuffPost Australia about what it's like to have a migraine or a cluster headache.

How Laser Therapy May Restore Youth to Your Private Parts

Urologist Jennifer Berman undergoes the Mona Lisa Touch procedure, a laser therapy used to treat certain gynecological issues. Find out how it works, and hear how Dr. Berman is feeling just two days after the procedure.

Man Has World's Largest Member

The Doctors discuss the challenges of having larger than average male genitalia.

Get Mammograms After 45, Not 40

Are you a woman under 45? The American Cancer Society says you don't need a mammogram yet.

Why Women Love Chocolate

Why do women love chocolate so dang much? There are some real scientific answers and one has to do with orgasms.

This Is What I Live With: Migraines

One in 10 Australians suffer from migraines. For some, this means it takes an hour or so out of their day. For others it can last months. Five people talk to HuffPost Australia about what it's like to have a migraine or a cluster headache.

HPL Takes On: The Concussion Crisis

Professional athletes and parents are becoming increasingly aware of sports related head injuries. We take a look at the dangers of concussions and the reluctance of properly addressing them in professional and school settings.

Paralyzed Man Walks Again

A man who was paralyzed after a motorcycle accident was able to miraculously walk again via groundbreaking new technology. Find out how it works!

New Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines Spark Debate

The American Cancer Society has issued new breast cancer screening guidelines, advising women to hold off on annual mammograms until they reach age 45.

Manic Mom Gets Much-Needed Life Makeover

Work-life balance expert Samantha Ettus offers suggestions to help one stressed out mom make time for herself and get her life under control. For more exclusive tips from Samantha, click here .

Tips for Stressed Out Moms

In this web exclusive clip, work-life balance expert Samantha Ettus shares helpful tips for busy moms to manage their stressful schedules.

Making Bad Foods Good for You

Best-selling author David Zinczenko shares three low-calorie swaps for some of your favorite foods from his new book, "Zero Belly Cookbook." Get the recipes: Classic Beef Burgers , Eggs Benedict , Truffles

Three Drinks to Combat Your Biggest Menstrual Maladies

OB-GYN Jennifer Ashton shares three refreshing beverages that can soothe hot flashes, fight fatigue and beat bloating. For the full recipes, click here .

Work Strain and Stroke Risk

Can stress on the job increase your risk of stroke?

Will You Buy a Doll to Teach Kids About Menstrual Cycle?

OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains why she supports a new doll that aims to teach young children about a woman's menstrual cycle.

Breast Cancer & NFL 'Pink Washing'

When Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams asked to wear pink with his uniform after October to continue raising awareness for breast cancer, the NFL said no. What's behind this refusal? What does it say about the NFL's larger problem with women?

The NFL Won't Let DeAngelo Williams Wear Pink All Season

When Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams asked to wear pink with his uniform after October to continue raising awareness for breast cancer, the NFL said no. What's behind this refusal? What does it say about the NFL's larger problem with women?

Heavy Periods - Could It Be Fibroids?

The video features Dr Rosemary Leonard and also the - at times shocking - personal testimony of women who suffer from heavy periods brought on by uterine fibroids. It follows new research which has revealed an alarming lack of awareness amongst women of the potential health problems associated with heavy periods.

Topless Training with Noah Neiman Episode 1

Topless Trainer Noah Neiman teaches us how to kickstart our metabolism back up after we eat that last slice of pizza.

Get Perkier Boobs With This Quick Workout

Give your breasts a lift with this quick five-minute workout. Toning, tightening, and strengthening your pecs will give your chest a natural boost. So grab a set of dumbbells between five and 10 pounds, and get ready to for some pushups to help your push-up bra.

Morning Stories: Exercise

The personal trainer Sharif Nashashibi argues that there's no better time than the present to begin living a healthier life.

How to Pole Dance in 60 Seconds: 'Gemini'

In the ninth episode of how to pole dance in 60 seconds, learn the difficult move known as the 'Gemini', but be careful of your back!

Shocking New Beauty Trend: Leeches

Real Housewives star Heather Dubrow joins The Doctors to discuss leech therapy - a popular new beauty treatment that reportedly reduces the signs of aging without requiring surgery. Does it work?

Birchbox Man Introduces the Movember Survival Kit

This November, we're partnering with the Movember Foundation to bring you a very special featured box, packed with all-star essentials to help you shave, sculpt, and condition your way to whiskered perfection. The Movember Foundation is the global charity raising funds and awareness for prostate and testicular cancer, poor mental health, and physical inactivity.

Matt Dawson's Nutrition Tips: Salt Alternatives

Rugby star, Matt Dawson, shares some salt alternatives to help you prepare healthier meals at home.

Matt Dawson's Nutrition Tips for a Healthy Heart

Rugby star Matt Dawson shares his nutrition tips for a healthy heart.

Matt Dawson Nutrition Tips

Rugby star, Matt Dawson introduces his nutrition tips video series.

Breast Cancer Stage and Survival

Early detection is still very important to breast cancer survival.

Cesarean Delivery and Childhood Health

Are children born through cesarean section at increased risk for poorer health?

Marijuana and Pregnancy: Risks and Side Effects

Join Dr Koplow's discussion with Steven Sussman, Ph.D, Child and Adolescent Psychologist, about whether a mother should continue smoking marijuana during pregnancy.

Family Stricken with Rare Brain Disease

Meet a family whose two young daughters were born with a very rare brain disorder called Batten disease. Learn the signs and symptoms of the devastating and incurable disease.

Raising Awareness for Batten Disease

Find out how you can help raise awareness for children with the rare, incurable brain disorder called Batten disease. To donate to the Charlotte and Gwenyth Gray Foundation, visit CureBatten.org .

Firm Up Your Legs and Thighs with These Post-Pregnancy Moves

Tone your lower-body in no time with this fitness expert's regiment.

Ways to Reuse and Transform Last Year's Halloween Costume

Why shell out for a whole new outfit when some simple tweaks to last year's costume can transform you into a whole new character? Jen Markham (@jenmarkham) has some tips.

How You Can Help Victims of Domestic Violence

Robin McGraw has teamed up with Omaze to raise funds for When Georgia Smiled: The Robin McGraw Revelation Foundation, which helps victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Hear about the amazing opportunity to "Walk A Day In Robin's Shoes." To enter for a chance to win, visit Omaze.com/Robin.

Breakthrough Treatments for Breast Cancer

Approximately one in eight women will develop breast cancer. Breast surgical oncologist Amy Bremner describes the latest treatment advances for the potentially deadly disease.

Robin McGraw on How Victims of Domestic Violence Can Ask for Help Safely

Robin McGraw, founder of When Georgia Smiled: The Robin McGraw Revelation Foundation, which helps support victims of domestic violence, joins The Doctors to discuss how abuse victims can ask for help without putting themselves in danger. Click here to learn more about the Aspire News app.

Massage Tips from a Celebrity Masseuse

In this web exclusive clip, celebrity masseuse Brit shares her top massage tips. Try them today!

Celebrity Massage Therapist Reveals Relaxation Tips

A massage therapist to the stars gets her hands on ER physician Travis Stork and shares some techniques you can try at home.

Massage Tips from a Celebrity Masseuse

In this web exclusive clip, celebrity masseuse Brit shares her top massage tips. Try them today!

Celebrity Massage Therapist Reveals Relaxation Tips

A massage therapist to the stars gets her hands on ER physician Travis Stork and shares some techniques you can try at home.

Dr. Travis's Cancer Health Scare

Skin cancer is the No. 1 cancer in the U.S. ER physician Travis Stork visits dermatologist Sonia Batra to undergo a thorough examination to check for any cancerous growths. Click here to get Dr. Batra's top sunscreen tips!

Dermatologist Sonia Batra's Top Sunscreen Tips

In this web exclusive clip, dermatologist Sonia Batra shares her top tips to stay safe in the sun.

Anna Silk Explains What's The International Day Of The Girl

Anna Silk, of "Lost Girl" fame, explains the importance of "International Girls Day.

Laughter Uncontrolled: Age Is Just a Number

The older we get, the easier it is to make fun of ourselves

3 Reasons to Get a Better Butt

The Doctors share three reasons other than looks to strengthen your buttocks muscles.

Laughter Uncontrolled: Age Is Just a Number

Wendy shares her hilarious experiences with aging

Laughter Uncontrolled

Wendy shares her experiences with aging

A Better Breast Cancer Detection Tool Than Mammograms?

Though mammograms are considered the conventional standard of care for early detection for breast cancer, a growing body of evidence has called into question their viability as an effective early diagnostic tool. Thermography may be a healthier and more accurate alternative for breast screening, to ensure breast health.

How You Gamble with Your Health in the Bathroom

The Doctors reveal three common health hazards that could be hiding in your bathroom.

Could Wine Posts on Instagram Lead You to Drink?

Posts promoting drinking a glass of wine after a long day are popular on Instagram, but are the posts sending the wrong message to young women who could become addicted? The Doctors weigh in.

Did Plastic Surgery Cause Reality Star's Mini Stroke?

The Doctors discuss news reports that 37-year-old Kim Zolciak, a contestant on "Dancing with the Stars," recently suffered a temporary loss of feeling on the left side of her body and loss of speech. They explain the potential causes and how you can reduce your risk.

Fight Breast Cancer with S'Well and BCBG

S'well water bottles have a cult following for their minimalist design and almost-magical ability to keep hot drinks hot for 12 hours and cold drinks cold for 24 hours. This S'well bottle, however, has an extra super power: it fights breast cancer. S'well, the Council of Fashion Designers of America and BCBG Max Azria have teamed up to create a limited-edition bottle that you'll only find on Joyus.

The Daily Supplement That Does It All

A multivitamin is a great way to make sure you get any essential daily nutrients that might be missing from your diet. This two part supplement combines a morning energy support formula with a calming bone support formula for evening to help you strategically give your body what it needs, when it needs it, so you can be the best version of yourself every day.

Zap Tension with at Home Acupressure

Acupressure has many of the same benefits as acupuncture, but without the needles. The bumps on this mat and pillow stimulate your pressure points to reduce muscle tension, minimize aches and pains, and help you de-stress. And now you can get the benefits at home or on the go.

Best Kept Secret of Plastic Surgeons

Chief Curator Gina Pell unveils the secret weapon plastic surgeons have been keeping under the radar for years. VitaMedica's Anti-Aging Formula will transform your skin from the inside out without getting cosmetic surgery. Just two packets a day keeps the plastic surgeon at bay! So what are you waiting for? Start shedding the years today!

4 Tips for Better Bladder Control

Find relief with this easy expert advice that will keep you OUT of the ladies' room.

An Honest Portrayal of Getting Your Period

A silly look at that special time of the month.

What It's Really Like to Go to the Gynecologist

Let's get real about what it's actually like finding a gynecologist.

OTC Bladder Leak Prevention Put to the Test

Three women suffering from stress urinary incontinence put a new, revolutionary, over-the-counter product to the test. Does the simple device really help prevent embarrassing bladder leaks?

How to Beat Bladder Leaks

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman explains what causes stress urinary incontinence and shares tips to help prevent embarrassing bladder leaks.

Lizzie Velasquez Is An Inspiration Queen

A scary disorder that prevents this woman from gaining weight is not stopping her... and neither are the bullies.

Turn Your Desk Into a Spin Studio

If you're one of many who have too much to do and too little time, this pint-sized exercise bike is about to revolutionize your fitness routine. It's small enough to use anywhere, and it's made for multitasking, so you can pedal throughout the day while you're sitting at your desk to boost your heart rate and burn calories.

Our Secret to Drinking Enough Water

Style Expert Jenn Falik discovered an innovative way to drink water with the Aqua Zinger Water Bottle. This contraption subtly infuses your water with a variety of flavors for a supreme satisfaction and refreshment.

Woman Who Underwent Vaginal Rejuvenation Reacts to Results

Grace, 58, who undergoes the vaginal rejuvenation procedure during the show, reveals whether she's satisfied with the results.

New Procedure Promises Vaginal Rejuvenation Without Surgery

Reconstructive surgeon Dr. Red Alinsod explains a new procedure that promises vaginal rejuvenation without using a knife.

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman Tells All About Vaginal Rejuvenation Procedure

In a web exclusive, Dr. Berman shares whether she's happy with the results of her vaginal rejuvenation procedure.

Woman Who Is Addicted to Eating Chalk Learns Results from Medical Tests

Gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sachar explains what could be leading a woman to crave chalk and reveals whether the condition has affected the woman's long-term health.

Get the Body You Want Episode 6 - Abs

Get the Body You Want - Abs

Celebrities Who Have Publicly Battled Breast Cancer

1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. The best way to beat the disease? Early detection. October 1st kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month which aims to raise awareness and funds for research.

BPA Exposure and Birth Weight

Higher maternal levels of BPA in the first trimester may lead to lower birth weight in baby girls, study finds.

Kim Kardashian's Worrisome Pregnancy Complication

Kim Kardashian reportedly is at risk of losing her uterus after she delivers her second child due to a serious pregnancy complication called placenta accreta. OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains the condition and the potential dangers it poses.

Can Your Period Get Stuck?

OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains why some women may experience irregular periods.

Rachel Uchitel Tells of Brain Surgery Recovery

Rachel Uchitel, a former mistress of Tiger Woods, had brain surgery last week. She pens a column exclusively for the Daily News about her life of pain, her decision to have surgery and her recovery. Uchitel recalls since the age of 4 suffering from headaches that would sometimes keep her out of school. She was suffering from a Chiari malformation she came to learn after meeting with doctors.

Stair Machine Vs Eliptical: Which Is Better and Why Do You Care?

Get a fitness expert's take on if you should step or glide through your workout.

Feminists Vs. Photoshop- Real Women Stand In Their Underwear to Stand Up to Sexist Beauty Standards

Real women stand in their bras and underwear to stand up to the sexist and unrealistic beauty standards imposed on women by the fashion industry. Proving that real women are beautiful in all colors, shapes, sizes and ages, these powerful women show it all to show their support for images that don't send a message to women that their bodies are bad. With edge and attitude, think of this video as the F-bomb-dropping sister to those popular Dove commercials.

How to Pole Dance in 60 Seconds: The Inversion

In this edition of how to pole dance in 60 seconds, learn how to go inverted on the pole with confidence. Perfect for working your abdominal muscles.

Why More Colleges Should Implement Mental Health Programs For Students

The University of Michigan's Counseling and Psychological Services has hired specialized staffers in order to increase the availability of mental health services on campus. Are programs like this working, and should other campuses be following suit?

Tackling Mental Health On Campus

The University of Michigan's Counseling and Psychological Services has hired specialized staffers in order to increase the availability of mental health services on campus. Are programs like this working, and should other campuses be following suit?

3 Carb Cycling Tips From Chris and Heidi Powell

If you've thrown in the towel on Paleo, Atkins and sugar detox, you're not alone. But don't give up - 'Extreme Weight Loss' hosts, Chris and Heidi Powell, have a plan to turn flab to abs - it's called carb cycling and The List's Donna Ruko has everything you need to know about it on it's What's Trending.

Woman Claims Breast Implant Popped During Mammogram

One woman claims that she suffered a popped implant after a recent mammogram. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon explains how this could happen. Plus, learn about alternatives for breast cancer screening.

Poop Shamer's Mission Is to Make His Neighborhood a Dog Mess-Free Zone

See the lengths that one man goes to in order to catch people who refuse to clean up after their furry friends, and learn how dog mess could put your child's health at risk.

Women Share Their Stories With #ShoutYourAbortion

Amelia Bonow discusses why she started the #ShoutYourAbortion campaign and what it means for women.

Common Sources of Body Odor

You bathe regulary and wear deodorant, so why are you exhibiting embarrassing symtooms of body odor? Turns out what your're eating or what you aren't could be the source of that not-so pleasant smell. Here are four common sources of body odor.

Aneurysm Awareness

Actress and Philanthropist, Tamala Jones (ABC's "Castle") partnered with the Joe Niekro Foundation to search for extraordinary survivors who exemplify the hope and determination of living a fulfilling life after a brain aneurysm. Thousands of entrants submitted essays telling their stories and these lucky women were chosen to represent survivors from across the country. Here are the winner's powerful stories?

America's Daycare Dilemma

Rising daycare costs are putting families at risk. But could a new tax credit proposal by the Center for American Progress help alleviate the strain put on working parents?

Pregnancy and Heart Disease

Pregnancy complications may increase risk of death from heart disease later, study finds.

GRAPHIC: Doctors Remove Largest Ovarian Cyst Ever

A young woman complaining of severe abdominal pain was shocked when doctors discovered a 45-pound cyst on one of her ovaries. Find out how she's doing today.

Drs Rx: Sleep on Your Side

Find out why sleeping on your side could affect your brain and help prevent the onset of a debilitating disease.

Cristiano Ronaldo-Training at Home

Cristiano Ronaldo does a recovery session at his home gym after the last La Liga game against Granada. Watch Los Blancos' star doing some stationary bike while his son Cristianinho exercises on the treadmill on a healthy family scene.

'World's Strictest Parents': Journal Revealed

Strict mom discovers what is being written in the hidden journal.

Desperate Mom Seeks Solution for 2-Year-Old Who Refuses to Go to Sleep

Chenine says she fights with her 2-year-old son for nearly two hours each night to try to get him to sleep. The Doctors suggest she try a new book that claims to use psychology to promote relaxation and induce sleep.

Mom Puts Hypnotherapy Book to the Test on Toddler Who Refuses to Sleep

Find out whether a new book that claims to use psychology to help children fall asleep works for a mom who says she struggles for two hours every night to get her 2-year-old son to bed.

A Holistic Approach To Fertility

Dr. Kate Naumes, ND isn't just handing out prescriptions to mothers struggling to get pregnant. She uses the holistic approach.

Could Peeing in the Shower Be Good for You?

Actress Gwyneth Paltrow recently claimed that peeing in the shower can help women strengthen their pelvic muscles. Is it true? OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson weighs in.

How Drinking Tea Could Cause Pregnancy

OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains how certain herbal teas can impact the effectiveness of birth control pills.

Dee Snider Talks Parenting And Schooling A U.S. Senate Hearing Committee

Twisted Sister's Dee Snider recounts how he schooled a U.S. senate hearing committee led by Al Gore over the idea of parental warning labels on cds.

Drs. Rx: Laugh and Have a Cup of Tea

Find out how a good laugh and a cup or two of tea can help prolong your life.

4 Quick Exercises to Tone Your Legs

Legs are often the hardest area to tone, but here we have a series of quick leg workouts you can fit easily into your day to make the process so much easier!

Quick Exercises For Toning Arms

Want to tone your arms without spending hours in the gym? Then Hannah Rees is here to show you how, with these simple exercises.

Kid Sister Helps Dad Trick Brother With Funny Card Trick

This goes on for longer than it should and it's hilarious. A family that pranks together, stays together!

Boy Pretends to Love Kumquats Then Finally Tries One

His enthusiasm for fruit is admirable. His research however is lacking.

Kid Tries to Eat the Happy Meal Toy Instead of the Burger

Dinosaurs are delicious but they almost always will get stuck in your teeth.

Improving the Accuracy of Your Blood Pressure Reading

High blood pressure (hypertension) rarely has noticeable symptoms, but if untreated it increases your risk of heart attack, heart failure, kidney disease, stroke or dementia. Here's how to improve the accuracy of your blood pressure readings.

Improving the Accuracy of Your Blood Pressure Reading

High blood pressure (hypertension) rarely has noticeable symptoms, but if untreated it increases your risk of heart attack, heart failure, kidney disease, stroke or dementia. Here's how to improve the accuracy of your blood pressure readings.

How to Use a Fully Automated Monitor for Blood Pressure Readings

High blood pressure (hypertension) rarely has noticeable symptoms, but if untreated it increases your risk of heart attack, heart failure, kidney disease, stroke or dementia. Find out how to use an automated monitor to check yours.

2 Morning Skin Care Mistakes That Make You Look 10 Years Older

Celebrity skin expert Jamie Sherrill discusses the two major skincare mistakes women make and how to avoid accidentally adding years to your complexion.

A Plus-Size Model Opens Up About the Differences In Her Industry

Olivia, a plus-size model, opens up about the differences between the plus-size industry and the more traditional fashion one.

One Plus-Size Model's Journey From Being Bullied to Inspiring the Internet

Teased as a child, Nicole is a plus-size model who has now found acceptance in surprising places.

What This Plus-Size Model Thought After Seeing Her Photos

"The fact that I could see my stretch marks, all the little nips and tucks that God put on me, that just made me feel so beautiful," says Chane, a plus-size model in New York.

'It's a Broadcaster's Worst Nightmare' Jim Moret Loses Voice for a Month

A broadcaster's worst nightmare is losing their voice and for Inside Edition's Jim Moret, it was a reality. There were nodules on Moret's vocal cords that caused him to lose his voice so his doctor ordered him not to say a word for nearly an entire month, fearing he might lose his voice forever if he spoke. Moret said: "It's been frustrating. Day after day of no talking." Julie Andrews' singing voice was ruined after vocal cord surgery to remove nodules. Moret was determined to avoid surgery.

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13 Things You Wish You Knew Before You Got Your Period

Here are some things you would have liked to know before becoming a woman.

Massage Tutorial: Taking Care of Elderly

Massage Benefits for Elderl. Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a massage. (episode 2)

Massage Tutorial: How to Talk to Your Patient

Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a massage. (episode 5)

Massage Tutorial: Preparations

Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a massage. (episode 7)

Massage Tutorial: Precautions You Have to Take

Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a massage. (episode 6)

Massage Tutorial: How to Start Massaging

Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a massage. (episode 1)

Massage Tutorial: Taking Care of Elderly

Massage Benefits for Elderl. Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a massage. (episode 2)

Massage Tutorial: How to Talk to Your Patient

Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a massage. (episode 5)

Massage Tutorial: Preparations

Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a massage. (episode 7)

Massage Tutorial: Precautions You Have to Take

Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a massage. (episode 6)

Massage Tutorial: How to Start Massaging

Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a massage. (episode 1)

Care for Seniors at Home - Ambulatory Care Massage

Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a Massage Tutorial: Ambulatory Care Tips

Massage Tutorial: Setting Up Your Table

Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a massage. (episode 4)

Massage Tutorial: Feet Massage

Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a massage. (episode 1)

Don't OD on Health Food

Juicing, quinoa and coconut oil are all great but here's a surprise - too much good can become bad! It's all about moderation people. The List's Teresa Strasser met with nutrition expert Anthony Balduzzi to show us how to keep health food healthy on the To Do List.

Is Marissa Mayer's Maternity Plan Major?

Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer announced she's having twins this December, but she's also taking a limited time away from work. We discuss what Mayer's maternity plans mean for men and women who are fighting for more time with family outside of work.

Will Marissa Mayer's Plans For Motherhood Incite Change In The Office?

Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer announced she's having twins this December, but she's also taking a limited time away from work. We discuss what Mayer's maternity plans mean for men and women who are fighting for more time with family outside of work.

The Lies Parents Tell Their Kids

Have you ever lied to your kids or been lied to by a parent growing up? It happens more often than not, and while some lies are a little out there, most parents do it to protect their children.

Welcome to Puberty

Op-ed on the lovely perks of puberty

Honest Puberty: What It's REALLY Like To Become A Woman

As you enter puberty, you'll notice your body change into the one society uses to define your worth. Here's the honest truth on what to expect.

'Supernanny US': Constant Kicking, Screaming and Biting

This family needs Supernanny's help in stopping all the biting and screaming. They also have a 16 year old daughter whose relationship with her father is fading away.

Study Researches Value Of Treatment For Early Stage Breast Cancer

A new study has sparked debate over the value of for treatment of early stage breast cancer.

Why Obtaining Contraception Is More Difficult For Women In Combat

Our HuffPost Community joins Caroline to discuss why getting contraception is more difficult for women in the military.

Lesser Known Signs Of Breast Cancer

Discovering a lump in your breast is definitely a reason to talk to your doctor, but there are less commonly known signs of breast cancer you should know about.

Want A Baby Boy? Not Exercising, Eating Breakfast Might Help

Fox News interviewed a doctor who said women who want to have a baby boy should eat breakfast and skip the cardio.

5 Facts You Never Knew About Sweating

In this episode, Cheyenne is sharing some info about sweating that you may not have known before. Watch to learn her list of 5 sweat facts.

Jump Start Your Weight Loss With the Powells

According to the Powells, weightless is all about the little things. So what little habits to you have that are causing big problems when it comes to reaching your ideal weight? The List's Donna Ruko got the expert tips on little changes you can make to your diet, which will translate to a big difference on the scale on the Breakdown.

Solo Dad: Four Is the Best Age

Hear why Serge thinks four-year-olds are the coolest.

What Is Snapchat?

Snapchat is a popular social media app, especially among teens. Find out why and what to watch for.

Grandma Skates Circles Around Kids at Skatepark

The kids in West Allis, Wisconsin are thrilled with a new skate park in their neighborhood, but no one is happier about it than a 70 year-old resident who just might use it more than anyone else. Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) shows us.

Self Defense Methods To Keep You Safe

You may think it will never happen to you, but that's exactly what your attacker is betting on. We've got some easy ways you can stay prepared.

Vitamin D and Bone Health

Does taking high doses of vitamin D help maintain bone health in women?

Why Aren't We Looking At Depression The Way We Look At Cancer?

Dr. Norman Rosenthal, Jenny Chen, Kelley Baker and Scott Stossel discuss the way we view depression.

Choline Benefits for Pregnant Women

Dr. Marie Caudill, Ph.D, RD a Professor in the Division of Nutritional Sciences at Cornell University discusses the benefits of choline an essential nutrient with critical roles in reproductive outcomes and women's health.

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Do You Know What The Dirty Normal Is?

The meaning of the "Dirty Normal"

The Vanishing Faces Of Alzheimer's

HuffPost Live explores the personal stories behind Alzheimer's. We speak to people living with Alzheimer's and family members who take care of their loved ones suffering from this disease. Hit rewind and watch the best of these conversations!

The Vanishing Faces Of Alzheimer's

HuffPost Live explores the personal stories behind Alzheimer's. We speak to people living with Alzheimer's and family members who take care of their loved ones suffering from this disease. Hit rewind and watch the best of these conversations!

Mammography Benefits and Risks

Screening mammography may be safer they previously believed, new study suggests.

Aerobic Exercise May Decrease Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

Exercise may be an effective treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease.

Aerobic Exercise May Decrease Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

Exercise may be an effective treatment for Alzheimer's Disease.

Alzheimer's Experts Discuss Latest Developments For A Cure

Thousands of scientists have gathered in D.C. this week for the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference to discuss the latest in research and treatment. We are joined by Alzheimer's experts to discuss signs of progress on the horizon.

Signs Of Hope For Alzheimer's Treatment

Thousands of scientists have gathered in D.C. this week for the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference to discuss the latest in research and treatment. We are joined by Alzheimer's experts to discuss signs of progress on the horizon.

Cause of Woman's Burning Smell After Head Injury Revealed

Neurologist Dr. William Chow explains the possible cause of a young woman's damaged sense of smell following a head injury.

Alzheimer's Experts Discuss Latest Developments For A Cure

Thousands of scientists have gathered in D.C. this week for the Alzheimer's Association International Conference to discuss the latest in research and treatment. We are joined by Alzheimer's experts to discuss signs of progress on the horizon.

Signs Of Hope For Alzheimer's Treatment

Thousands of scientists have gathered in D.C. this week for the Alzheimer's Association International Conference to discuss the latest in research and treatment. We are joined by Alzheimer's experts to discuss signs of progress on the horizon.

Five Lessons About Self-Confidence From MAKERS | MAKERS

Lena Dunham, Margaret Cho, Alfre Woodard and more share their views on body image and what it means to love your body.

Should New Moms Eat Their Placentas?

Celebrity moms, including Kourtney Kardashian, are touting the health benefits of eating their own placentas, which can be made into pills and cookies. OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton weighs in on the health trend.

Can Iron Put a Stop to PMS?

There is nothing fun about Premenstrual Syndrome. The cramping, bloating and irritability are enough to make most women wince. What if you could lessen the symptoms with your diet?

5 Surprising Things You Do That Mess With Your Hormones

Hint: Stressing is never good.

Dr. Travis Gets a Hot Stone Massage

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork strips down for a deep-tissue massage at Red Mountain Resort in St. George, Utah!

Couple's Struggle with Infertility

Married couple Zach and Heather turn to urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman for advice on conceiving a child.

Do Mammograms Really Save Lives?

A new JAMA study reveals that breast cancer has been widely overdiagnosed due to an increase in mammography. And it hasn't lowered death rates. We discuss the dangers of overtreatment and whether we need to change our approach to cancer screening.

Do Mammograms Really Save Lives?

A new JAMA study reveals that breast cancer has been widely overdiagnosed due to an increase in mammography. And it hasn't lowered death rates. We discuss the dangers of overtreatment and whether we need to change our approach to cancer screening.

Here's When You Should (And Shouldn't) Get A Mammogram

A new JAMA study reveals that breast cancer has been widely overdiagnosed due to an increase in mammography. And it hasn't lowered death rates. We discuss the dangers of overtreatment and whether we need to change our approach to cancer screening.

Healthy Body, Happy Summer

Beauty and lifestyle expert Bahar Takhtehchian shares delicious low sugar recipes for summer, plus the best daily supplement to get strong, healthy bones.

A Secret Women Keep That's Taking Lives

Heart disease survivors discuss the stigma behind the disease.

Healthy Pregnancy: What You Eat Does Matter

Could what you eat cause difficulties in getting pregnant and even lead to miscarriages? We'll tell you how one woman and her doctor think drastic diet changes resulted in a new addition to her family.

Women Talk About Their Miscarriage Experiences

Womwn I first thought my miscarriage was shameful, and unusual. I've since learned that it's just something women don't want to talk about ? but should.'

Maternity Leave In The US Is A Joke

The US Navy and Marines has tripled the amount of paid maternity leave new mothers get, from six weeks to 18. But, that's just the tip of the iceberg if the US wants to catch up with the rest of the world. See how far behind we are.

Alcohol and Pregnancy- A Bad Combination

Dr Koplow's discussion with Steven Sussman, Ph.D - Child and Adolescent Psychologist Co-Founder of the Child and Teen Success Centers in NY and NJ

Pregnancy and Pot

Doctors warn against marijuana use during pregnancy.

Breastfeeding and Dental Health

Breastfeeding may reduce the risk of common dental problems in children.

What Happens When You Leave Your Tampon In Too Long?

If you leave your tampon in for too long, bad things can happen. Let's take a look at toxic shock syndrome.

5 Reasons You Might Be Tired All The Time

Many of us curse at the alarm every morning and want to crawl back into the fetal position, but do you ever really think about what's zapping your energy? ... Unless you figure out what's causing the problem, you'll never be able to fix your perpetual exhaustion. Here are a few factors that could be affecting you.

Human Breast Milk Trade Health Warning

The breast milk business is booming online. Dr. Sarah Steele joins HuffPost Live to discuss.

'Curvy Con' Will Give Plus Size Women A Place To Celebrate Their Curves

CeCe Olisa & Chastity Garner join HuffPost Live to discuss 'Curvy Con.'

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Breast Cancer Now Launch Powerful Ad Campaign 'The Last One'

This powerful film 'The Last One' features real women with breast cancer speaking frankly about the realities of the disease which may one day take their lives. It also highlights Breast Cancer Now's ambition that, if we all act now, breast cancer will have taken its last life by 2050. Find out more: http://bit.ly/1JRtJ5l

Check Out Woman with 34 Double-J Breasts Who Got Massive Reduction Surgery

One woman's 34 Double-J breasts have become a nightmare. By the time she was in 8th grade, Laura Pesta was getting attention from boys for all the wrong reasons. She said, "I was very, very self-conscious." Laura is now 29 years old and has to order her bras from a specialty website and even sleeping is a big problem. Laura finally decided enough was enough, she wanted a breast reduction. Dr. Rowe removed ten pounds of tissue from her breasts. Two weeks later she went from a 34 JJ to a 34 C.

Abortions Down in Nearly All States

Abortions have declined in states where new laws make it harder to have them ? but they've also waned in states where abortion rights are protected, an Associated Press survey finds. Nearly everywhere, in red states and blue, abortions are down since 2010.

Menopausal Hormone Therapy and Memory

Does menopausal hormone therapy improve cognition?

FDA Panel Backs 'Female Viagra'

An FDA panel on Thursday recommended approval for flibanserin, the first drug that would treat a lack of sexual desire in women. HuffPost Live explores this controversial "female Viagra" and its potential impact.

Did This Pharma Company Co-Opt Feminism To Promote 'Female Viagra'?

Dr. Adriane Fugh-Berman and Dr. Sharon Parish discuss the politics behind "female Viagra."

Is 'Female Viagra' A Step Toward Sexual Equality Or Pharma-Gone-Wild?

An FDA panel on Thursday recommended approval for flibanserin, the first drug that would treat a lack of sexual desire in women. HuffPost Live explores this controversial "female Viagra" and its potential impact.

How Exactly Does The So-Called 'Female Viagra' Work?

Dr. Sharon Parish lets us know the science behind "female Viagra."

New Breastfeeding Benefit?

Breastfeeding may help lower the risk of the most common childhood cancer.

High Heel Dangers

Emergency room visits caused by high-heel injuries have doubled.

The Everywhere Chemical: New Warnings for Moms-to-Be

A new threat for pregnant women that can be found everywhere and could potentially increase the risk of asthma in their children by 80 percent.

HIGH-TECH TOOL FOR HYSTERECTOMY

A wristed needle driver is allowing surgeons to perform minimally invasive hysterectomies using a smaller incision than ever before

Fertility Facts: Fallopian Tube Health

More than six-million women in the U.S. have trouble getting pregnant. Now there's a new way to help these women start the family they so desperately want.

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These women have survived serious illness and now they are conquering some serious extreme adventures. Find out how pushing their limits physically is helping them regain control of their lives.

DANGEROUS PREGNANCY ? EXTREME MORNING SICKNESS (HG)

Did you know extreme morning sickness can actually put both the mother's and child's life in danger. We talk to the researcher who lived through it and is now dedicating her life to finding a cure.

ACL Injuries: The Injury That Hits Women Athletes

Women who play sports such as tennis, soccer, or basketball are susceptible to ACL injuries, which require surgery.

Stroke Glove

Stroke affects 800,000 Americans every year and is the leading cause of serious disability. Doctors at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis are testing a new system that can retrain the uninjured side of the brain in order to help give stroke patients their mobility back.

Stroke Care on the Go

Stroke kills more than 140,000 Americans every year, but if treatment could be given sooner, that number could change drastically.

Optogenetics: Medicine's Next Big Thing?

New technology that combines gene therapy with light therapy, allowing doctors to control brain functions by turning off or activating specific neurons.

ARTIFICIAL KIDNEY: FREEDOM FOR DIALYSIS PATIENTS

A new wearable artificial kidney is giving dialysis patients their lives back

ANTIDEPRESSANTS TO TREAT ALZHEIMER'S?

Researchers studying the buildup of proteins in the brain of an Alzheimer's patient say a commonly prescribed antidepressant may slow the progression of the disease.

Seizing the Unrecorded: Epilepsy as a Side Effect of What You Love Doing

Seizing the Unrecorded is an autobiographical film that explores a question that everyone asks themselves at one point in there life: "How can something you love doing be bad for you?, and if it is, should you stop doing it?" The director of the film, Ingrid, goes on a journey to find out whether or not her filmmaking career is related to why she has seizures. Produced by: Ingrid Pfau

Thong Be Gone

In 1999 Sisq convinced us to show him our thong, but today's women are in the market for granny panties. The full-bottom undies are more comfortable and could actually be healthier. We discuss the impact your underwear has on your health.

An OBGYN Debunks All Those Myths About What's Going On Down There

Dr. Lauren Streicher and Selena Coppock join HuffPost Live to debunk myths about what's going on down there.

Why You Really Don't Need To Wear Underwear

Dr. Lauren Streicher and Julia Baylis join HuffPost Live to explain why you don't need to wear underwear.

The Truth About Whether Or Not Thongs Present A Health Risk

Dr. Lauren Streicher joins HuffPost Live to explain why thongs do not present a health risk.

Feminine Hygiene Products Now Join These Tax-Free Items

Feminine hygiene products will no longer be taxed GST in Canada. But what else is tax free in the Great White North?

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Slayed or Shade: Wash Vajayjay.

Young Slimmer of the Year: Student Nurse Loses Eight Stone

A student nurse who lost 8st has been named Slimming World's Slimmer of the Year. At his heaviest, Uways Pervez weighed over 20st. Now Uways, from Banbury, has lost over 8st in just nine months and secured his dream job working in a busy A&E department, starting when he qualifies this summer.

Can Yogurt Clear A Yeast Infection?

You may have heard that a diet rich in yogurt can help you avoid a vaginal yeast infection, but is it true? KnowMore.tv's Ob/Gyn Expert Dr. Evelyn Minaya talks about whether yogurt does the trick as well as other ways you can prevent and treat this unpleasant condition.

Instant Wellness Boost with Liquifusion

Instant Wellness boost with Liquifusion, will be done at your office or home and will only take up 40 min. of your time. Liquifusion has several vitamin fusions available, which will make you more vivid and healthier. It is an instant and powerful solution to vitamins, which do not work as well. If you are not afraid of IV, then you should try it, it will keep the doctor away.

Why Do Women Experience Hair Loss?

Dr. Preeti Chopra of Doctor On Demand explains the potential causes of hair loss in women.

Health and Beauty Tips for National Health Week

Staying healthy is one of the best ways to empower yourself. Marlo Thomas gives her best healthy living tips

Healing Through Belly Dance

As we evolve towards more gender equality on the planet, communities that cultivate the divine goddess and celebrate the sacred feminine become more important. On this episode of Conscious Living, we visit one such community, Sahara Dance in Washington D.C. By teaching the ancient art of belly dancing, this urban healing oasis is helping women release blocked energies, overcome trauma and transform their body image, one dance at a time.

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Study Shows Impact of Sleep in Aging Skin

Study Shows Impact of Sleep in Aging Skin

Study shows how the amount of hours slept can influence the skin and beauty

The Evolution of "Curve" Appeal

The Doctors discuss a scientific theory on why men tend to be attracted to curvaceous women.

5 Questions You're Too Embarrassed To Ask Your Gyno

Even when it comes to your doctor, sometimes there are things that are kind of hard to bring up. We sat down with a Gynecologist to get some answers for you.

National Women's Health Week: Easy Tips For A Healthier Lifestyle

May 10 to May 16 is Women's Health Week. Here, lifestyle coach and Women's Health contributor Robin DeMarco shares quick tips for a healthier you!

Physical Therapy for Infertility

1.5 million women in the U.S. have fertility problems, but an alternative form of physical therapy could be the solution.

Health Screenings Every Woman Needs

Women's Health Week: Women's Health Magazine Deputy Editor Sascha de Gersdorff shares tips for how you can ace the three vital health screenings that every woman should have.

Woman Develops Severe Case of Mastitis

A woman who developed a life-threatening infection while breast-feeding her newborn baby shares her story.

Woman Seeks Help After Suffering Severe Case of Mastitis

Hear plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon's prognosis for a woman who developed a severe case of mastitis. Plus, learn the symptoms of mastitis that breast-feeding women should watch out for and how the infection should be treated.

When to Get a Mammogram

TV Personality Sandra lee has made headlines talking about her recent breast cancer diagnosis. The 48-year-old was diagnosed following a routine mammogram, despite some guidelines saying that most women should start getting the screening at age fifty.

15% Of Women Can't Recall The Last Time They Had Sex

Nancy Berman joins HuffPost Live to discuss the findings from the new "Women's Health Behavior Index" published by healthywomen.org.

Secrets You Shouldn't Keep from Your OB-GYN

A recent poll suggests nearly 54 percent of women aren't being honest with their OB-GYN! "Women's Health" magazine's Deputy Editor Sascha de Gersdorff reveals the top three secrets you shouldn't keep from your doc.

Relationships with Our Pets

Most of us treat our dogs like they are part of the family, and new research from studying the brain shows that the way we love our pets is very similar to the way we love our children.

Space Radiation and the Brain

To determine how deep space cosmic rays might affect the brain, researchers exposed mice to space-like radiation. The rodents' neurons exhibited various structural changes, leading to increased confusion and less curiosity.

Foregoing Checkups Could Be Costing Women Their Lives

May 11th is National Women's Checkup Day and Dr. Keri Peterson joins us to discuss the link between family history and health risks, the biggest threats to each age group and the most important tests for wellbeing.

The 411 on What Women Should Ask Their Gynecologist

Dr. Jennifer Ashton and she's going to give us the 411 on what women should be asking their gynecologist..

When It Comes to Heels, 'Beauty Is Pain'

A survey from the American Podiatric Medical Association tells us just how painful heels are. Dr. Jacqueline Sutera a board qualified foot surgeon recommends the best shoes for your feet. Photo: Getty

Survey Finds Many Are Uninformed About IVF Treatments

A survey released by Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey shows many have huge misconceptions about getting pregnant. RMANJ fertility specialist Dr. Tom Molinaro discusses. Photo: Getty

Cell Phones and Pregnancy

Ringing cell phones may startle babies in the womb, a new study finds.

Breastfeeding and Breast Cancer

According to a new study, breast cancer patients who breastfed their children are at lower risk of recurrence.

Updated Mammogram Recommendations

Highly debated mammogram recommendations for women in their 40s have been revised.

Nicotine Replacement Therapy and Pregnancy

A new study investigates the risk of using nicotine replacement therapy during pregnancy.

Online Breast Milk Sharing

Human milk bought on the Internet may be contaminated, new study finds.

Should You Have a Hysterectomy?

OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains why one in five hysterectomies might be unnecessary, according to one study. Learn the important questions you should ask before undergoing the procedure.

How Gender Affects Concussion and Memory

Gender may play a role in how well you recover from a concussion.

Air Pollution and Your Brain

A common type of air pollution may be linked to smaller brain volume.

Migraines and Family Life

Most migraine sufferers believe their condition makes life more difficult for loved ones.

Arts, Crafts and Memory

Painting, pottery and computer use may all lower your risk of cognitive decline.

Your Gynecologist and Your Heart

Do you know what you can do to prevent heart disease? KnowMoreTV's OB/GYN Evelyn Minaya offers some preventative measures you can follow to keep your heart healthy.

Does Iced Tea Trigger Kidney Failure?

Learn how excessive consumption of iced tea caused an Arkansas man's kidneys to shut down. Plus, urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman shares tips to help prevent kidney stones.

IV League: Surgery While Pregnant

A team of top specialists take on the case of a busy nurse who is on her feet all the time and needs surgery to fix a painful ankle condition, but she's 14 weeks pregnant.

YouTube Star Reveals She Has Two Vaginas

YouTube star Cassandra Bankson was amazed to discover that she has two vaginas during a routine kidney scan. Cassandra has been afflicted by severe acne since she was a teenager and even had to leave school because the bullying got so bad.

Treatment Options for Teen's Nonstop Hiccups

Endocrinologist Dr. Joseph Pinzone reveals the results of his exam on Emma, a young woman who has had chronic hiccups for the past six months.

Teen Has Nonstop Hiccups for Months

A young woman who has suffered with near-constant hiccups for six months reaches out to The Doctors for help.

Interstellar Brain Monitoring

New cutting edge devices can detect changes in the brain, which can help astronauts and people on earth.

Update on Mom Injured By Rock

In a The Doctors' exclusive, the Budd family returns with a dramatic update on their mother, Sharon, who suffered a traumatic brain injury after she was hit with a rock that teens threw off an interstate overpass.

Children of Mom with Brain Injury Share Their Story

Two of Randy and Sharon's children, Kaylee and Luke, share their thoughts on their mom's fight to survive.

Bad Sleep May Cause Memory Loss

Can you remember the last time you got a good night's sleep? Turns out, there might be something more concerning than just feeling groggy the next day. Researchers for the Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative put together a study that links memory loss to sleep disorders.

Woman Wakes Up Hours Before Family Was to End Life Support

The Doctors exclusive: Hear the inspiring story of a woman who woke up from a coma hours before her family planned to take her off life support.

Bad Sleep May Cause Memory Loss

Can you remember the last time you got a good night's sleep? Turns out, there might be something more concerning than just feeling groggy the next day. Researchers for the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative put together a study that links memory loss to sleep disorders.

Minimally Invasive Fix for Uterine Fibroids

See a cutting-edge procedure that can remove uterine fibroids without the need for a hysterectomy.

Can The Pill Cause Crohn's Disease?

OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains how a popular form of contraception could increase certain women's risk of developing Crohn's disease.

Funny Bone: Heather McDonald on Hormonal Changes

Actress and comedian Heather McDonald visits urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman to discuss symptoms of perimenopause that she has started experiencing.

How to Stand in Heels

Dr. Rachael Ross and Dr. Jennifer Berman shares the trick Kendall Jenner uses to stand up all night in heels.

Fertility Hope for Cancer Patients

Oxic treatments like chemotherapy and radiation can affect the fertility of cancer patients, but a new drug offers hope for those who wish to start a family.

Relief for Chronic Yeast Infection

A woman living with vaginal itching and odor for more than 20 years visits OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton and discovers she's been treating herself for the wrong condition. Learn the symptoms of a chronic yeast infection and the best way to treat it.

Organic Food Cures and Home Remedies

James Oseland, the editor-in-chief of Rodale’s Organic Life magazine, shares three food cures you can grow at home whether you have a yard or just a windowsill.

Planned Parenthood Highlights Gender Pay Gap

Planned Parenthood of New England was in Portland's Monument Square on Tuesday to talk about the pay gap on national Equal Pay Day. The group collected signatures for a petition that asks lawmakers to work on ways to make pay for women equal.

Could You Be Pregnant? Telltale Signs of Pregnancy

Pregnancy causes a whole host of symptoms, ranging from mild to severe. Ob/gyn Dr. Evelyn Minaya tells you how to spot signs of pregnancy and what you can do to feel better fast.

Hope for Alzheimer's Disease

A new drug, BCI-838, offers new hope to halt and possibly reverse the damage of Alzheimer's disease.

Amy Keller Laird Joins Marlo Thomas

Amy Keller Laird joins Marlo Thomas to give advice for women's health and lifestyle.

Doctor on Demand: Treating UTIs

Kristen Dean, M.D., explains the importance of seeking medical attention for urinary tract infections and shares how the groundbreaking Doctor on Demand app can help patients diagnose and treat the condition.

Woman Suffers a Heart Attack During Breast Enhancement Surgery

The Doctors speak with a 20-year-old Australian woman who had a heart attack midway through her breast augmentation. Learn what might have caused her cardiac arrest -- and hear how she is doing today.

When My Ob/Gyn Does Blood Work, What Is She Testing For?

Most women don't realize that their gyno can test for a whole bunch of conditions that can impact your overall health if not picked up

Deep Brain Stimulation for Dystonia

See how doctors at Children's Hospital Los Angeles are helping a patient affected by the debilitating movement disorder.

Is It Ok To Have A Cheat Day

Marlo Thomas is joined by Amy Keller Laird who answers if it's ok to have a cheat day.

The Court Case Challenging How We View Sex And Alzheimer's

Former Iowa politician Henry Rayhons was recently accused of sexually assaulting his wife, an Alzheimer's patient. The case has shed light on grey areas of consent when it comes to mental capacity. Can a person with dementia consent to sex?

The Conversation Every Baby Boomer Needs To Have

Our HuffPost Live Community joins Nancy to talk about the conversation every baby boomer needs to have.

The Court Case Challenging How We View Sex And Alzheimer's

Former Iowa politician Henry Rayhons was recently accused of sexually assaulting his wife, an Alzheimer's patient. The case has shed light on grey areas of consent when it comes to mental capacity. Can a person with dementia consent to sex?

The Conversation Every Baby Boomer Needs To Have

Our HuffPost Live Community joins Nancy to talk about the conversation every baby boomer needs to have.

New Pills Tested to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

Breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk explains how estrogen antagonist medications can be used to help reduce the risk of developing breast cancer in women. Could it be right for you?

Does Breast Size Have Anything To Do With Breast Cancer Risk?

Did you ever wonder whether your breast size has anything to do with breast cancer risk? KnowMore.tv's Ob/Gyn Expert Dr. Evelyn Minaya answers this question and discusses which factors actually increase your risk and the best way to protect yourself against breast cancer.

Home Birth Gone Wrong

Hear how an unexpected delivery complication nearly turned deadly for one mom and her baby.

5 Pregnancy Myths Debunked

There are a lot of myths when it comes to pregnancy, and we're here to debunk five of the most common.

Ronald Reagan's Speeches May Have Shown Early Signs Of Alzheimer's

Former President Ronald Reagan was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 1994 â€" five years after he left the White House â€" but a new study suggests his speaking patterns during his two terms in office may have hinted at the disease.

Ronald Reagan's Speeches May Have Shown Early Signs Of Alzheimer's

Former President Ronald Reagan was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 1994 five years after he left the White House but a new study suggests his speaking patterns during his two terms in office may have hinted at the disease.

Amp Up Your Confidence This Spring

Who couldn't use a boost of confidence this spring? So as the weather warms, work on shedding self-doubt along with that winter jacket. To help out, National beauty and lifestyle correspondent, Stacy Cox offers up tips to feel your very best this season.

Angelina Jolie's Decision to Have Her Ovaries Removed

In a recent New York Times op-ed, actress Angelina Jolie discussed her decision to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed to reduce her risk for developing ovarian cancer. OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains how the procedure is performed and emphasizes the importance of genetic testing for patients with a family history of breast or ovarian cancer.

Help for Hot Flashes and Mood Swings

If you're like most women, your idea of menopause is crazy mood swings and the dreaded hot flash. The good news is that these are exaggerations and stereotypes. Although there are symptoms of menopause that you may want to treat, most women do quite well during this time."

Can Iron Put a Stop To PMS?

What if you could lessen the symptoms of PMS with your diet? Research suggests iron could help with those annoying PMS symptoms.

Put a Stop To Hair Loss

Figure out why you're losing your hair and stop pulling your hair out over hair loss!

Alzheimer's Patients Not Always Told of Condition

Fewer than half of people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s have been told by their doctor they have the disease. WSJ's Melinda Beck reports.

Angelina Jolie Undergoes Surgery To Remove Ovaries, Fallopian Tubes

Angelina Jolie has revealed that she underwent preventative surgery to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed last week after tests found inflammatory markers that could be an indication of cancer.

All Natural Hot Flash Remedies

Natural lifestyle expert Sophie Uliano shares some all-natural remedies for hot flashes. While some of Sophie's tips are great for instant relief, others are lifestyle changes that can also help alleviate hot flash symptoms.

Alzheimer's Patients Not Always Told of Condition

Fewer than half of people diagnosed with Alzheimer's have been told by their doctor they have the disease. WSJ's Melinda Beck reports.

Gender and Memory

Is gender a risk factor for memory loss?

Gender and Memory

Is gender a risk factor for memory loss?

Dealing with PMS

Five facts and ways to deal with PMS that you may not know about.

Vaginal Atrophy: What It Is and What You Can Do About It

Vaginal atrophy...it's as uncomfortable as it sounds. And up until now, women suffering from the very common condition -- primarily postmenopausal women and breast cancer survivors -- had very little hope for improvement. But the recent FDA approval of the MonaLisa Touch, an Italian-built laser device, is empowering women to take back control of their vaginal health through a new groundbreaking treatment.

5 Things You Didn't Know About PMS

Everything you ever wanted to know (and some things you didn't) on dealing with that time of the month.

Ultrasound Shows Promise in Treating Alzheimer's

A new study shows promises in improving memory in mice and it could lead to new treatment of Alzheimer's. WSJ's Jeanne Whalen reports.

How to Have It All Without Feeling Overwhelmed

Life coach Gabby Bernstein reveals three secrets to getting everything you want out of life without feeling overworked and overwhelmed.

Doctors Detail New Procedure For Vaginal Revitalization

Dr. Mickey M. Karram and Lisa Elliot join HuffPost Live to explain how "MonaLisa Touch" is changing women's lives.

How to Protect Bone Health at Any Age

If you're in your twenties, thirties or even forties, your bones are probably not something you worry about too often but it's never too early or too late to make sure you don't become an Osteoporosis statistic. 5 things you can do now to give your bones a fighting chance!

Ultrasound Shows Promise in Treating Alzheimer's

A new study shows promises in improving memory in mice and it could lead to new treatment of Alzheimer's. WSJ's Jeanne Whalen reports.

Alternative for That Time of the Month

OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains the benefits and risks of using menstrual cups instead of pads or tampons to manage your period.

What's Growing in Your Vagina?

Did you know that there's an entire microbiome inside of every vagina? What's living in it?

Exercise and Your Brain

Being fit in your forties may slow brain aging, new study finds.

More Money, More STDs?

The Doctors discuss a recent study showing that women in Washington, D.C., ranked as the highest paid in the country, also showed the highest rates of chlamydia infection.

Jenna's Love for Dance: Spinal Therapy

After an extreme injury to her spinal cord that left her almost immobile, Jenna and her mother are overcoming the odds.

Pineal Cysts: Debilitating Pain

A tiny cyst in the brain that can cause debilitating symptoms like chronic headaches and insomnia, and the doctor who performs the delicate surgery to remove them.

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Peek Inside the Studio of Fitness Guru Blogilates

Join Jenn Im of style channel Clothes Encounters as she gets a tour and quick workout tips from Cassey Ho, creator of online fitness empire Blogilates. A look at Cassey's extensive sneaker collection is also not to be missed.

More Teens Get Less Sleep Than Needed

The number of teens getting enough sleep continues on a downward spiral, study finds.

Should You Ban Sugar and Fat from Your Child's Diet?

The American Academy of Pediatrics promotes the 'Whole Diet' approach to nutrition rather than banning a specific item from your child.

Drinking Coffee Could Reduce Multiple Sclerosis Development Risk

Drinking coffee may reduce your risk of developing MS, study finds.

Leeza Gibbons Raises Awareness About Alzheimer's

Learn how Emmy award-winning TV personality Leeza Gibbons is helping educate Alzheimer’s patients and their families about appropriate care during the various stages of the disease.

Researching Cures for Alzheimer's Disease

Pfizer’s Chief Medical Officer Freda Lewis-Hall shares ways in which you can contribute to medical research on Alzheimer’s and other devastating diseases.

Giving Birth After Fibroids

See one woman finally fulfill her dream of being a mom after suffering three miscarriages caused by uterine fibroids.

Pregnancy and Sleep Position

Sleeping on your back late in pregnancy may increase the risk for adverse outcomes, according to a new study.

Personalized Brain Vaccine for Glioblastoma

Glioblastoma is the most common and aggressive brain cancer in humans. Now a new treatment using the patient's own tumor could help slow down its progression and help patients live longer.

Depression and Alzheimer's Disease

Behavioral changes may start in Alzheimer's disease years before memory problems, study finds.

Why Brain Health For Young Minds Matters

Filmmaker Max Lugavere joins HuffPost Live to talk about brain health, including the steps he's taking to prevent neurological diseases. He'll also discuss his latest projects and much more.

16 Fascinating Facts About the Female Anatomy

You've had them all your life, but how much do you really know about your lady parts?

Birth Control Pills: Blood Clots and Dangers

Dr. Claudia Felberg talks about how common pulmonary embolism is and what that means to you.

Is Birth Control a Killer?

She listened to her intuition and saved her life. Learn how Jen Luciani's instinct saved her.

My Birth Control Almost Killed Me

Jen Luciani's personal story can save your life. Don't miss this.

How The Female Orgasm Works

It's no longer so mysterious.

The Gold Standard in Treating Dystonia

Dystonia is the third most common movement and muscular disorder and affects more than 250,000 children and adults nationwide. There is no cure but doctors are now using deep brain stimulation to treat the symptoms.

Are Your Boobs Normal?

Don't worry so much! They're probably just fine.

3 Things You Didn't Know About PMS

Here are the 3 things you didn't know about PMS.

We Must Genetically Engineer Babies to Stop Disease

Imagine a world free of genetic diseases, where parents control their offspring's height, eye color and intelligence. The science may be closer than you think. Genes interact in ways that we don't fully understand and there could be unintended consequences, new diseases that result from our tinkering. But even if the science could be perfected, is it morally wrong? Nita Farahany argues it is not morally wrong to ask for a healthy child.

Brain Surgery Through the Nose

Surgeons are using a new procedure that uses the nose as a pathway to the brain in order to reach brain tumors more easily.

Update from Couple Struggling to Conceive

Gabe and Alexis, a couple who first joined The Doctors in September 2014 to discuss their difficulty conceiving a child, share the results of their third IVF treatment.

Couple Learns Possible Cause of Infertility

The Doctors first met Alexis and Gabe in September 2014, when the two opened up about their struggle to conceive a child. After three failed IVF treatments, the couple learns how a male factor may be affecting Gabe's ability to impregnate Alexis.

Woman Banned from Doctor's Office for Breast-Feeding

Hear from a woman who says she was told to leave her doctor's office after she began breast-feeding her baby while waiting for her appointment.

How Weight Can Impact Fertility

Sunsarae and Eric first joined The Doctors in September 2014, when they learned how Sunsarae's PCOS could be affecting their ability to conceive a child. Now the two reveal how they've banded together to lose weight and improve their overall health in the hope of improving their chances of pregnancy.

Help My Breasts Are Different Sizes, From Dr. Gail Saltz

Breasts Are Different Sizes

Surgical Solutions for Uterine Bleeding and Knee Pain

OB-GYN Dr. Thais Aliabadi performs an endometrial ablation surgery to stop one woman's excessive uterine bleeding. Plus, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Derek Dee repairs the woman's torn patellar tendon.

IV League Tackles Abnormal Uterine Bleeding and Knee Pain

The Doctors assemble a team of medical experts to help one woman suffering from excessive uterine bleeding and debilitating knee pain.

Results of Ablation and Patella Surgeries

OB-GYN Dr. Thais Aliabadi and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Derek Dee describe their respective treatments for one woman's excessive uterine bleeding and debilitating knee pain. Plus, hear how the patient is doing post-surgery.

New Treatment for Menstrual Cramps

A clinical trial shows that vitamin K shots in specific pressure points could help combat severe cramps. Learn more about the study and when the treatment might be available.

Hidden Talcum Powder Risks

When Deane was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, she wondered what could have caused the disease. She researched and found that cosmetic talc, especially when used for feminine hygiene, can increase the risk of ovarian cancer. Deane sued and won one of the first major lawsuits against a manufacturer of talcum powder. Hear her cautionary story.

Would You Rather Look Younger or Thinner?

The Doctors discuss the age-old question: Is it healthier to look young or thin? Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon explains how the aging process can affect your appearance, and how a little extra weight might help.

Woman Finds Hope During Stroke Recovery

Tara, a woman unable to recognize the faces of her loved ones after suffering a stroke, describes the moment during her physical therapy treatments when she realized she would indeed recover.

Living with Face Blindness

A woman with prosopagnosia, a condition characterized by the inability to recognize faces, describes how the condition has impacted her life.

Face Blindness Caused by Stroke

One woman recounts how she suffered a stroke during brain surgery and woke up unable to recognize the faces of her loved ones or herself.

Julianne Moore in 'Still Alice': Dealing with Onset Alzheimer's

Actress Julianne Moore's latest film, "Still Alice," focuses on how Alzheimer's can impact an entire family. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon opens up about losing his mother to the devastating disease.

Inconceivable: Support & Acceptance

For the final day of our infertility series, we take a Deep Dive into the emotional impact of struggling to start a family. Alyona speaks to those who've found acceptance amidst frustration and disappointment and how they've learned to stay positive.

Why This Woman Chose To Give Birth At 53

Alyona speaks to those who've found acceptance amidst the frustration and disappointment of infertility, and how they've learned to stay positive.

How Embracing Technology Allowed This Woman To Start A Family

Alyona speaks to those who've found acceptance amidst the frustration and disappointment of infertility, and how they've learned to stay positive.

A Tracker to Revolutionize Your Workouts

Whether you're an all star athlete or a couch potato who only gets the occasional workout, we all want to get more out of the time we spend exercising. Information is power, and while machines at the gym can track your distance and pace, they won't do you much good outdoors (or anywhere other than the gym, for that matter). But the Bia multi-sport GPS tracker gives you all the information you need to work out smarter, so you'll be out the door and beating your personal best in no time.

Would You Try Snake Massage Therapy?

It would be ER physician Dr. Travis Stork’s worst nightmare, but could having four giant Burmese pythons lay on top of you help relieve tension?

Happy and Healthy After Enormous Breast Reduction

Kerisha Mark was big busted. Not from surgery, but from a genetic abnormality. Now, she's found relief through surgery. INSIDE EDITION caught up with Kerisha for her story.

Are Addictive Behaviors Linked to Parkinson's Medications?

Learn how certain medications used to treat Parkinson's disease can cause patients to engage in addictive behaviors, such as gambling and engaging in risky sexual activity.

Breast Cancer Month with Travalo

Breast Cancer Month with Travalo, gives you a chance to help find a cure for breast a cure for breast cancer. How would you like to purchase a pocket perfume dispenser by TRAVALO, and automatically donate $4 per purchase to the breast cancer research foundation. Yes YOU can make a difference!

Watch: How to Pick a Charity for Your Donations for Breast Cancer

It's officially breast cancer awareness month. Begun nearly 30 years ago, the pink ribbon campaign has raised millions and millions for breast cancer research, but serious questions have been raised about some groups soliciting contributions. Lisa Guerrero and the I-Squad investigated and they have important tips on how to select a charity.

A Free Guide To Fighting Breast Cancer

Welcome to Thrive on Live with @CaroMT. Allstate Insurance will provide author Hollye Jacobs' "The Silver Lining Companion Guide" to anyone in the United States diagnosed with breast cancer. Jacobs and Allstate's Stacey Sharpe join us to discuss.

Taking Care of Football Head Injuries

Hall of Fame NFL Quarterback Joe Namath comes in to talk about the research that the Joe Namath Neurological Research Center in Florida has been doing in order to combat the effects of traumatic brain injuries.

Ob-Gyn Doctor Compares U.S. Abortion Access To Sub-Saharan Africa

Dr. Kathleen Morrell talks with Caroline about how U.S. abortion access can be compared to sub-saharan Africa.

Ob-Gyn Doctor Explains The Link Between Domestic Violence And Abortions

A number of studies have found a link between abortions and domestic violence, while another report reveals states that restrict access to abortions have fewer policies supporting women and children. We talk to experts about the findings.

How Limited Abortion Access Is Hurting Women And Children's Health

Caroline talks with our HuffPost Community about how limited abortion access is hurting the health of both some both children.

Why I Opened Up About My IVF Treatment

Why I Opened Up About My IVF Treatment

The Everyday Super Momma - Fertility Smoothie

Molly Sims shares her go-to smoothie for trying to get conceive.

DIY Thyroid Check

The simple cancer screening you can do right now

DIY Thyroid Check

The simple cancer screening you can do right now

Vaginal Dryness: Let's Talk About Sex

Yes, there is such a thing as Menopause Awareness Month, and it's happening now. So, what do you need to know? A lot - and Dr. Shannon Chavez and Dr. Donnica Moore can break it all down for you.

Tips to Alleviate Back Pain

Do you wake up in pain and feeling stiff? You're not alone. The Doctors offer solutions to help one woman with her chronic joint stiffness and back pain.

Bowel Movement During Urination?

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman meets with one woman who says she has a bowel movement every time she urinates. Find out what may be causing this unusual occurrence.

Minimally Invasive Surgery for Strokes

Neurosurgeon Dr. Neil Martin explains how strokes are traditionally treated and describes the new, minimally invasive procedure showing promising results. Plus, ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares the symptoms of a stroke everyone should know.

Man Survives a Hemorrhagic Stroke

One woman recounts the day her husband suffered a life-threatening hemorrhagic stroke at the age of 38. Learn the incredible lengths she went to help ensure her husband's survival.

Easy Fixes for Women's Lower Back Pain

Lower-back pain is one of the most common complaints doctors see. A variety of factors can contribute to it: pregnancy, genetics, even race. We have three easy things women can do to avoid the pain.

Diagnosing Breast Cancer Earlier: Medicine's Next Big Thing

A new test that is diagnosing cancer before an abnormality even shows.

Laser Fix for Incontinence

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman demonstrates how a groundbreaking, minimally invasive laser treatment is being used to treat urinary incontinence in women. See how it works! Could it be right for you?

Is It a Thyroid Problem?

The Doctors help one young woman who says she's sick and tired of feeling sick and tired. Plus, learn three signs that you might have a thyroid problem.

The Unexpected Side Effect of Cancer Treatment

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman helps a cancer survivor who says the treatments that saved her life triggered a painful side effect that prevents her from being intimate with her husband.

How to Reduce the Negative Effects of Stress on Your Health

Meet a young woman who says stress is having a negative effect on her overall health. See the course of treatment our specialist recommends for her.

Dr. Berman on Female Sexual Dysfunction

Urologist and sexual health expert Dr. Jennifer Berman discusses treatment options for women suffering from sexual dysfunction.

Using a Thinking Cap to Learn Faster

Researchers are stimulating the brain with a jolt of electricity to speed up the brain and help it learn.

Paralyzed Soldier Walks Again

After a bullet wound left him paralyzed from the chest down, see how one war veteran learned to walk again with the help of an amazing robotic exoskeleton!

The ReWalk Robotic Exoskeleton Explained

See how a robotic exoskeleton called ReWalk helps individuals with paraplegia walk again. Plus, learn how the device can prevent life-threatening complications from paralysis.

Mom Credits The Doctors for Diagnosing Daughter's Disorder

See how watching an episode of The Doctors helped one mother diagnose her daughter with a neurological movement disorder called dopa-responsive dystonia.

Shrinking Prostates Without Surgery

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia - or BPH for short affects about half of men over age 60. Now there's a new non-surgical procedure that doctors are using to shrink prostates

Mom Beats Pregnancy-Induced Cancer

A new mom opens up about her battle with choriocarcinoma, a rare and aggressive form of cancer that can occur as a result of pregnancy.

The DIY Massage for When You Can't Get to the Spa

Unfortunately we can't get a professional massage whenever back pain kicks in, but that doesn't mean that you can't get a massage. Jill Miller, founder of Yoga Tuneup shows how self massage can really get out the knots and your relieve tension.

The DIY Massage for When You Can't Get to the Spa

Unfortunately we can't get a professional massage whenever back pain kicks in, but that doesn't mean that you can't get a massage. Jill Miller, founder of Yoga Tuneup shows how self massage can really get out the knots and your relieve tension.

NFL Expects 30% Of Players To Develop Dementia Or Alzheimer's

The NFL has revealed frightening details about players' health that it spent many years denying.

Woman with Alzheimer's Remembers Daughter In Touching Viral Video

Kelly Gunderson has been caring for her 87-year-old mom who suffers from Alzheimer's - the most common form of dementia.

Easy Fixes for Women with Lower Back Pain

Lower-back pain is one of the most common complaints doctors see. A variety of factors can contribute to it pregnancy genetics even race. We have three easy things women can do to avoid the pain

The Many Health Benefits Breastfeeding Can Have For Mothers

Kimberly Seals Allers and Jeanine Valrie join Nancy to discuss the potential health benefits behind breastfeeding.

How ALS Affects the Body

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork explains amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a neurological disease that causes a progressive degeneration of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that are essential for initiating muscle movement.

Pete Frates' Fight Against ALS

Pete Frates, a former Boston College baseball player living with ALS, helped launch the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in the hope of finding a cure for the deadly disease. ALS is a neurological disease that causes a progressive degeneration of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that are essential for initiating muscle movement. The Doctors shares a clip from A Life Story Foundation, documenting Frates' story.

Update on Pete Frates' Health

Pete Frates, a former Boston College baseball player living with ALS, helped launch the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in the hope of finding a cure for the deadly disease. ALS is a neurological disease that causes a progressive degeneration of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that are essential for initiating muscle movement. Since his diagnosis in March 2012, Pete has lost the abilities to walk, speak and swallow.

Managing Bladder Leakage

Family medicine physician Dr. Rachael Ross offers three tips to help manage bladder leakage so it won't prevent you from participating in the activities you love.

Hamptons Paddle & Party for Pink

Can money cure breast cancer? Katlean De Monchy reports from the BCRF.org's annual Star studded, Paddle & Party for Pink event last night, at a private estate in the Hampton s. Find out why Martha Stewart and many other celebrities came in support of this cause and foundation, you can also make a difference, we show you how.

'The Talk' Co-Host Sheryl Underwood LIVE

Comedian and "The Talk" co-host Sheryl Underwood sits down with Nancy Redd to discuss an issue that many face but don't discuss: bladder leakage. She shares her personal story and talks "Underwareness."

'The Talk's' Sheryl Underwood Lets Suitors Know She's Wearing 'Depends'

Sheryl Underwood joins HuffPost Live to reveal why she informs suitors that she wears Depends.

Young Retired Marine With Parkinson's Finds Voice for Wedding

After retiring from the U.S. Marines Jason Arwine was diagnosed with young onset Parkinson's syndrome and began to lose his ability to talk. But with the help of the Parkinson's Voice Project in Richardson, he regained his voice -- just in time for his wedding.

Women and Hair Loss

Eva Scrivo, owner of Eva Scrivo Salon, sits down with JD and Jennifer to shed some light on why women might be experiencing hair loss.

Glow Nurture App Demo

Nearly a year after the launch of Glow, the fertility tracking company that helps or hinders pregnancy, is launching a new app on iOS today. Glow Nurture is the company's second offering, this time to help women who are already with child. I was able to sit down with Glow CEO Mike Huang to get a first peek of the app.

How to Balance Hormones Naturally

Hormone imbalance often occurs before and during menopause, but many women want to avoid the risks of hormone replacement therapies. Endocrinologist Dr. Joseph Pinzone reveals the top 5 surprising practices that could be disrupting the balance of your hormones and shares natural ways to help restore balance.

Are You Peeing Too Much?

When it comes to going number one, how many times per day is too many? Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman explains what's normal and when you should be concerned.

'Stop The Beauty Madness' Brands Ads With Brutally Honest Messages

It's a psychological itch that the most enlightened, successful and even beautiful women still tend to scratch: if I look better, I am better.

How to Take the Air Out of Bloating

Bloating, it happens to the best of us. Whether it's P.M.S. or just a gluttonous meal, we are all susceptible to that big belly feeling. So how can you treat it? In this video, AOL Expert Dr. Karen Latimer, reveals some of her key tips on how you can let the air out of bloating before your belly bubbles over.

5 Clues to Alzheimer's

More than five million American's are living with Alzheimer's disease and sometimes this frightening disease comes on quickly without any warning signs. But researchers are now identifying some clues to Alzheimer's that you should know about.

Debunking the 'Eating for Two' Myth

Brenda put on nearly 6 stone during her pregnancy. Since giving birth she has managed to shed some of the weight, however still needs some help. Brenda visits the mobile clinic for some guidance.

How to Handle Stress

Nik Scott of LHDC-TV shares tips on how to handle stress. Music by Audio Micro.

Pregnant Runner Explains Why She Ran 800-Meter Race

INSIDE EDITION spoke with Alysia Montano, who competed in the 800-meter race at the Track and Field Championships just seven weeks before her due date!

What You Need To Know About Exercising While Pregnant

Dr. Dyan Hes, M.D. spoke with INSIDE EDITION about what a pregnant woman should keep in mind while exercising and commented on Alysia Montano, who recently ran an 800-meter race seven weeks before her due date.

What Adults Learn From Caring for Ailing Parents

Caring for an ailing parent is a life-changing event. Beyond the sadness and suffering, the experience can teach caregiving children a lot about toughness, perseverance and especially love. WSJ contributor Dave Shiflett shares his story on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero.

How This Blogger Learned To Accept Her Big Breasts

I pray to the Big-Natural-Gods that the doctor can give me some relief from the week of progressive pain I have endured.

Simple Exercises You Can Do at Work

Former Rockette Rhonda Malkin demonstrates a few movements you can do at your desk to tone up from head to toe.

Unexpected, Unplanned and Unwanted

When her second son was born, six weeks premature, Emily Guillermo recalled thinking, 'You're not supposed to be mine. You were not supposed to be made.'

My Egg Donor Nightmare

After paying thousands of dollars for an egg donor, Mary Harris found out many of the women in her agency's pool were not even viable candidates. We discuss the business of babies and why there's a lack of regulation surrounding egg donation.

What You Must Know Before You Decide To Donate Your Eggs

Mary Harris joins HuffPost Live to offer some advice to those looking to either donate or receive eggs.

Why This Doctor Thinks Egg Donation Should Be Regulated

Dr. Jeffrey Steinberg joins HuffPost Live to discuss why egg donation needs to be regulated.

How to Treat an Overactive Bladder

Lynn says she's had bladder spasms and frequent urination since she had a hysterectomy in 2008. She says she has to go to the bathroom 10 to 15 times a day, and it's affecting her life.Family medicine physician Dr. Rachael Ross and OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explain how having a hysterectomy can cause frequent urination and discuss lifestyle changes that could reduce the urge to go.

One Click Clinic: Smear Test Questions

In this video Dr. Ricky Gondhia discusses smear tests.

Common Questions About Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

In this video Dr. Ricky Gondhia talks about Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and answers common questions.

One Click Clinic: Fertility Questions

In this video Dr. Ricky Gondhia discusses fertility and answers common questions like when are you most fertile? He also discusses how diet and exercise play into fertility.

Negative Social Interactions Can Also Affect Blood Pressure Negatively

Being aggravated, criticized or disappointed by family and friends can drive up blood pressure in women, study finds.

The Three Stages of Alzheimer's Disease

We classify cancer in different stages and now researchers are doing something similar with Alzheimer's disease. It could mean a much earlier diagnosis and better treatment for many people.

Man With Alzheimer's Proves That The Heart Never Forgets

Melvyn Amrine, of Little Rock, Ark., may not remember the details of his life since his Alzheimer's diagnosis, but he recently proved that his love for his wife transcends memory.

How to Live After Mom Dies During Childbirth

Meet Stephanie, and hear what she says saved her life.

Coping with Mother's Death During Childbirth

When her heart stopped during C-section surgery, Stephanie was clinically dead for 37 seconds before her quick-thinking doctors were able to revive her. She then underwent an emergency hysterectomy and was placed in a medically induced coma for six days to allow her body to recover from the trauma. Hear how she predicted - and prepared for - her own death.

Does Having Tubes Tied Affect Menstrual Cycle?

Jessica, a longtime fan of The Doctors, says she had her tubes tied after after having two children. She asks: "Is it possible, after having my tubes tied, that it affected my ovulation and my menstrual cycle?" OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains.

Mandy's Painful Menstrual Cycle: What Is Endometriosis?

Mandy says she's been experiencing painful menstrual cycles for 14 years and has been told she might have endometriosis. Dr. Ashton explains what causes endometriosis, using a medical animation.

Wanda Undergoes a Procedure to Remove Mesh Implant

Wanda, 43, had a hysterectomy seven years ago to eliminate painful menstrual cycles. At the same time, she had transvaginal mesh inserted below her bladder to correct the incontinence she had been experiencing since she gave birth to two boys more than 20 years ago. Since the surgery, Wanda says she has been experiencing a stabbing pain in her bladder that makes it difficult for her to stand up and walk.Pelvic reconstructive surgeon Dr. Robert Moore says that the mesh sling is designed to give t

The Risks of Mesh Implants for Incontinence

Dr. Moore and Dr. Miklos join The Doctors to explain the risks of transvaginal mesh implants. And, Wanda joins The Doctors via video to give an update on how she's feeling three days after the surgery to remove her implant.

Treating Depression During Pregnancy

Dr. Evelyn Minaya offers different ways to treat depression during pregnancy.

Birth Control Controversy: The Lawsuit Against the Nuvaring Vaginal Ring

E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains the symptoms of a blood clot. Plus, hear from the lawyer who is arguing the case against the vaginal ring manufacturer.

Birth Control Controversy: The Risks of Using the Vaginal Ring

OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton describes how the vaginal ring works and explains the risks involved with taking the various forms of hormonal birth control.

Birth Control Controversy: The Tragic Story of Brittany Malone

Brittany Malone was a healthy 22-year-old woman when she suddenly developed a blood clot in her right thigh, which traveled into her lungs causing a pulmonary embolism that left her brain dead. After extensive medical testing on her and her family members, Brittany's parents, Dana and Joe, believe that her death was caused by the hormonal contraceptive vaginal ring she was prescribed.

Woman's Best Friend: Sniffing Out Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is the fifth leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women in the U.S. The silent killer is often diagnosed too late and will kill 14,000 women this year. Find out how specially trained dogs could come in.

Should Women Get Paid Menstruation Leave?

Our HuffPost Community talks with Caroline about whether or not women should get maid menstruation leave.

After Obamacare, Women Still Aren't Getting To The Doctor

Despite the emergence Obamacare, our HuffPost Community talks about why women really aren't going to the doctor.

Can Virtual Worms Cure Alzheimer's?

A company called Open Worm is creating a digital worm that will greatly assist scientists in discovering how to cure diseases like Alzheimer's.

National Women's Health Week: Women's Health by the Numbers

The Doctors and Women's Health magazine celebrate National Women's Health Week! Sascha de Gersdorff, health and features editor of Women's Health magazine, and OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton share the vital numbers every woman must know about sexual health.

Defining Infertility and IVF Treatment

As technology marches on and prospective parents have endless options for procreation, what are the medical and ethical ramifications for individuals, for families, and for society? Join swissnex San Francisco in collaboration with the UCSF Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences and an esteemed panel of experts for a discussion on infertility and IVF.

Our Brains Are Hardwired to See Faces in Patterns

Scientists have discovered our brains' visual functions are designed to reinforce our recognition of faces in patterns.

Pioneering Treatment Relieves Pelvic Pain

It's a pain that makes you feel like you're on fire. Meet a doctor who uses electricity to help his patients and ease their pain

Why Access To A Safe Abortion Is A Woman's 'Fundamental Right'

Emily Letts and Charlotte Taft join HuffPost Live to explain why they feel that access to a safe abortion is a woman's "fundamental right."

Living with PCOS

Linda, 21, began to experience irregular and painful periods at age 14. Her doctor then diagnosed her with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), a common endocrine disorder which causes an imbalance of sex hormones in women. The Doctors send Linda to OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton to find out her treatment options.

B Vitamins: Your Ticket to a Healthy Ticker

Dr. Stephanie Moore explains how to keep homocistine down with b vitamins supplements - including Folic acid and Vitamin B6 and B9.

Man Gets Accidental Vasectomy After Doctors Operate On 'Wrong Site'

A British man who was scheduled to have a different procedure might not be able to have children after doctors operated on the "wrong site."

Triplets' Surrogate Grandmother Update

The Doctors are joined by Kim and Jackie, who were some of the first guests to appear on the show. Kim had undergone a hysterectomy prior to marrying her husband, and her mother, Jackie, offered to serve as a surrogate so her daughter could have children. Hear how their story inspired another family who watched the show that day.

Why Self-Breast Exams Are Important

Melody describes how she discovered a cancerous lump in her breast after performing a self-breast exam, which she'd learned from OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson on the show. "I couldn't be more appreciative of what I saw that day on The Doctors because it literally saved my life," she says.

Update from Alex After Her Dystonia Operation

Alex rejoins The Doctors and meets Monica, a woman who also suffered from dystonia and underwent a similar procedure after seeing Alex's story on the show.

Alex's Battle with Dystonia

Alex first appeared on The Doctors six years ago, when she described how her life had been impacted by a rare movement disorder called dystonia. She then underwent a groundbreaking deep-brain stimulation treatment to relieve her symptoms.

Top 5 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Alzheimer's

Dr. Guy Eakin, Vice President of Scientific Affairs for the BrightFocus Foundation, discusses the top five questions you should ask your doctor regarding your Alzheimer's diagnosis.

Woman's Odd Cravings Explained

Find out what may be causing one woman to crave eating dirt and soap. It may be more common than you think!

10 Tips for Dealing with Infertility

Dr. Jane Frederick with HRC Fertility shares treatment options and tops for improving your odds of getting pregnant.

Alicia Silverstone's "Kind" Advice for New Moms

She may be best known as an actress, but Alicia Silverstone is blazing a kinder, gentler trail these days as a mother, an activist and author of the "The Kind Diet". Now the famous new mom has advice for what she calls "a healthy and more vibrant path to motherhood" for new moms everywhere. She sat down with AOL Parenting Expert Dr. Karen Latimer to show you all she learned writing her second book "The Kind Mama" available right now.

Diagnosing a Vaginal Cyst

Michelle, 31, was distressed to find a large growth in her vaginal area. Dr. Rachael gets to the bottom of Michelle's embarrassing problem, and shares tips to diagnosing bumps below the belt.

Frankie Muniz's Mini-Stroke

Twenty-eight-year-old actor Frankie Muniz recently suffered a second mini-stroke. Dr. Travis shares the signs and symptoms to look out for, and why stress may not be to blame for Frankie's condition.

The Effects of Smoking During Pregnancy

A controversial study claims smoking during pregnancy can influence the child's sexuality. The Doctors weigh in on how a mother's behavior during pregnancy can affect the child's development.

Getting Relief from Chronic Fatigue

Michelle, who works on The Doctors TV show, was concerned about unexplained weight gain and fatigue, although she eats healthy and exercises regularly. Michelle visited endocrinologist and metabolic specialist Dr. Eva Cwynar, who performed a nutritional evaluation and conducted hormone testing.

Woman Falls Victim to a Fake Online OB/GYN

Hear how several women fell victim to a man claiming to be a licensed OB/GYN conducting office visits via online Web chats.

Living with Suicide Disease: Tyler's Life Changing Surgery

Learn the signs and symptoms of trigeminal neuralgia, and see the life-changing surgery that Tyler underwent to cure the condition. This video contains footage from a live surgical procedure. Viewer discretion is advised.

Living with Suicide Disease: Tyler's Story

Following a routine surgery to remove a cyst from behind her ear, Tyler, 15, began to experience pressure and pain that became increasingly agonizing over time. Tyler was eventually diagnosed with trigeminal neuralgia, a nerve disorder so painful, it's often called the "suicide disease." Hear her story.

Are Stiletto Sneakers Safe?

High-heel athletic shoes are the latest trend in footwear. Fashion expert Lawrence Zarian and The Doctors weigh in on the safety of stiletto sneakers.

Jane Fonda Explains How to Talk to Teens About Feminine Hygiene

Gina says: "Now that my girls are getting a little bit older, I want to make sure that I properly tell them how to clean themselves down there."

Are Mammogram Benefits Overstated?

A new review of studies from the past 50 years finds the benefits of mammography are often overstated.

How the Perfect Posture Can Cure Aches and Pains

Our posture can affect every aspect of our lives. Jill Miller of Yoga Tune Up shows you how to have the perfect stance.

The Best Way to Alleviate Sore Muscles Without Drugs

Yoga Tune Ups Jill Miller helps you get rid of post-workout sore muscles without reaching for the medicine cabinet.

Should You Get PMS Leave from Work?

Cramps, bloating, migraines and mood swings. Does your period have you feeling so bad that you don't want to get out of bed? In some countries, women are permitted to take menstruation leave from work during "that time of the month." The Doctors debate: Should women be able to take off work for their PMS symptoms?

What Is Phantom Pregnancy?

A Canadian woman said she was expecting quintuplets, but when she and her boyfriend went to the hospital for the babies to be delivered, doctors said the woman wasn't pregnant at all. Dr. Ashton explains that pseudocyesis, often called phantom pregnancy, happens in about one to six cases in 22,000 births. Women with the condition can gain weight, experience morning sickness and lactate, even though there is not a fetus.

PMS Fighters: Tips to Ease Symptoms of PMS

Find out which PMS fighters OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton and family medicine physician Dr. Rachael Ross carry to help ease symptoms when on the job.

Remembering Me Before Dementia Makes Me Forget

HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. As part of our ongoing series, we want to shine a light on the more than 5 million Americans that are living with dementia. What do they want their loved ones to know?

Young Onset Parkinson's Patient Uses Unique Treatment to Regain Voice

Growing up in a rough neighborhood, becoming a Marine, and going through September 11 -- Jason Arwine is pretty tough. But nothing prepared him for the mental and physical challenges of living with Young Onset Parkinson's. After the disease began to diminish his voice, he turned to this unique treatment program at the Parkinson Voice Project, regaining his voice just in time for his upcoming wedding.

When Does Stress Begin?

How we respond to stress is developed while in the womb, says Elissa Epel, PhD, associate professor of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco. She explains the relationship between a mother's stress and her baby.

What Is Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Family physician and hormone specialist Dr. Melinda Silva explains the difference between synthetic and bioidentical hormones.

The Power of Hormone Replacement Therapy

See how bioidentical hormone replacement therapy dramatically improved one woman's appearance.

Risks of Early Inductions When Delivering Babies

From securing a babysitter to making sure their husband's off work, there are plenty of reasons women have been scheduling non-medical, early inductions to deliver their babies. And many doctors are quite willing to do them. But now a growing number of hospitals are putting an end to this practice once and for all--saying they may be unnecessarily hazardous to a baby's health. What's with the ban on early births?

Medical Study Finds Stress Has Serious Effects on Becoming Pregnant

Being stressed out may make it more difficult to become pregnant, new research suggests.

Should I Let My Teen Daughter Take Birth Control Pills for Heavy Periods?

Tara's 14-year-old daughter, Kimmie, complains that she has heavy periods that are interfering with activities such as track and cheerleading. Tara knows oral contraceptives can help decrease the flow, but she's uncomfortable with starting her daughter on birth control. OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains how to decide whether a teenage girl should start taking birth control pills.

Can Removing a Rib Relieve Constant Pain?

Could permanently removing a rib permanently relieve pain? One woman is living proof it can happen. See how this surgery changed her life

Landmark Alzheimer's Study Pinpoints Protein That Protects Aging Brain

The conundrum has stumped doctors for years. Why do neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's affect only the elderly? Why do some people live to be over 100 with normal brain functioning while others develop dementia decades earlier?

The Birth Control Pill Could Have Killed Me

What I am going through right now is unfortunately happening to many women. This topic must be addressed, and we must speak about it.

Questions to Ask After a Cancer Diagnosis

Hollye shares the most important questions to ask your doctor when you're given a cancer diagnosis.

Hollye's Breast Cancer Story

Hollye opens up about battling and beating breast cancer and her impetus for writing her book, "The Silver Lining."

Birth Canal Reconstruction Explained

Dr. Moore and Dr. Miklos join The Doctors to explain how their revolutionary procedure works. Plus, see how Kristen is doing now, and hear what she's most looking forward to in her new life.

Birth Canal Corrective Surgery

Vaginal reconstructive surgeons Dr. Robert Moore and Dr. John Miklos perform a groundbreaking surgery to construct a birth canal for Kristen, a young woman born with Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser syndrome, or MRKH, which causes the vagina and uterus to be underdeveloped or completely absent.

5 Reasons Getting Older Rocks

Think turning 40, 50 or 60 makes you less relevant? Not so, say experts, who outline the many pluses that come with each passing birthday.

Kickstarting Your Brain to Recover from Stroke

Coming back from a stroke can be a lengthy process full of extensive rehab sessions. Find out how one man kick-started his recovery.

Clearing Carotid Arteries to Prevent Stroke

A blockage in your carotid artery can lead to a life-threatening stroke. Now, there's a new, safer way to clear the pathways for blood to reach your brain.

Bursting Blood Clots to Prevent Lasting Stroke Damage

It's a new drug that could destroy blood clots before there's permanent damage to the brain. We'll show you how it could help patients survive without any signs of a stroke.

OB/GYN For Men?

Should men be going to the OB/GYN? The Doctors discuss the recent ruling of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Experiencing Pelvic Pain During Intercourse

The Doctors travel down the New Jersey Turnpike to Dr. Ashton's neck of the woods as she helps a young woman experiencing pelvic pain. Find out what may be causing her discomfort.

Amy's Story: Good News for a Mom Paralyzed by Tornado

Amy describes her current prognosis and whether doctors believe she'll ever walk again. Plus, The Doctors have a surprise for her!

Amy's Story: Paralyzed by a Tornado

Amy, 42, became partially paralyzed when she heroically served as a human shield to protect her two children as a tornado hit her home in Hendersonville, Tennessee in 2006. Hear her story and learn her prognosis.

How Endometriosis Could Cause Lung Failure

OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains how endometriosis and menstruation can trigger a rare reaction.

Period Triggers Lung Collapse

Initially diagnosed with being pre-menopausal, Laura dealt with her severe cramping, stomach pain and cough in silence until her lung collapsed.

Osteoporosis Drugs May Also Fight Cancer

Osteoporosis drugs called bisphosphonates do more than build bones. Women's health expert Vonda Wright, MD, reveals how bisphosphonates also slash your risk of cancer, including endometrial, colon, and breast cancer.

Are Alzheimer's Deaths Under-Reported?

Alzheimer's disease may contribute to nearly as many deaths as heart disease and cancer, new study suggests.

Simple Solution for Enhancing Your Bust

Celebrity stylist Brenda Cooper shares a simple tip to boost the appearance of your bust for your next big event!

Contours Women's Day Run : Run for a Cause

On the second of March 2014, Kanteerava Stadium of Bangalore got flooded with over 2000 passionate runners who ran to promote a good cause. Watch as the runners of the 5th Contours Women's Day Run share their experience with CoolAge.

Apps That Help Users Sleep

Health care professionals recommend that people get between seven and eight hours of sleep every night, but 40% of Americans get less than seven. A few mobile apps are designed to help users go to bed and increase their amount of sleep.

Scientist To Build An Instant Orgasm Machine

A North Carolina scientists has patented a new device that will provide orgasms for women at the push of a button.

The Prescription Drug-Dose Gender Gap

Dr. Karol Watson discusses the impact of gender on prescription drugs. Dr. Watson also explains the sometimes serious health impacts of non-gender based prescriptions.

The Sacrifice I Made To Care For My Mother With Dementia

Kathy Ritchie joins Nancy to share her story of how she changed her life in order to take care of her mother with dementia.

Controversial Mammogram Study: Controlled Trials

According to a 25-year study out of Canada, mammograms were not shown to be effective in reducing the number of breast cancer-related deaths in middle-aged women. The study also suggests that breast cancers detected via mammograms were over-treated, often at the cost of patients' health. Breast specialist and surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk joins The Doctors to weigh in on the findings. (Part 1)

Controversial Mammogram Study: Death Rates

According to a 25-year study out of Canada, mammograms were not shown to be effective in reducing the number of breast cancer-related deaths in middle-aged women. The study also suggests that breast cancers detected via mammograms were over-treated, often at the cost of patients' health. Breast specialist and surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk explains the specific details of the study. Plus, Dr. Funk shares important breast cancer screening tips. (Part 2)

Valisia LeKae's Battle with Ovarian Cancer

Broadway sensation Valisia LeKae opens up about her ongoing battle with a rare and aggressive form of ovarian cancer.

Unplanned Parenting With @NancyRedd

Actor Seth Rogen delivered a moving testimony in Congress about watching his mother-in-law struggle with Alzheimer's. His story is far from unfamiliar for the sandwich generation those who care for both their children and parents with Alzheimer's.

Man's Gift Launches Chain Reaction

After Harry Damon's son, Nick, died in a snowmobiling accident, the 55-year-old firefighter struggled for a way to honor him. After getting in touch with the National Kidney Registry, Harry decided to give the ultimate gift: his own living kidney to a complete stranger. Learn the inspiring stories behind the life-saving chain reaction Harry launched.

Paying It Forward with a Kidney

After Harry Damon's son, Nick, died in a snowmobiling accident, the 55-year-old firefighter struggled for a way to honor him. After getting in touch with the National Kidney Registry, Harry decided to give the ultimate gift: his own living kidney to a complete stranger.

Meet the Donors and the Recipients in the Kidney Chain

After Harry Damon's son, Nick, died in a snowmobiling accident, the 55-year-old firefighter struggled for a way to honor him. After getting in touch with the National Kidney Registry, Harry decided to give the ultimate gift: his own living kidney to a complete stranger. The Doctors meet more than a dozen donors and recipients in the Nick Damon Memorial Chain.

How a Kidney Chain Works

After Harry Damon's son, Nick, died in a snowmobiling accident, the 55-year-old firefighter struggled for a way to honor him. After getting in touch with the National Kidney Registry, Harry decided to give the ultimate gift: his own living kidney to a complete stranger. UCLA's kidney exchange program director Dr. Jeffrey Veale explains how a kidney chain works. And, learn about recent advances in kidney surgery.

Molly Ortwein's Healing Body Art After Preventative Mastectomy

Following a double mastectomy surgery, breast cancer survivor Molly Ortwein had a hard time adjusting to what she saw in the mirror and decided to get tattoos to cover her scars. She says the beautiful tattoos remind her of a happier place and will always remind her of her strength and triumph over breast cancer.

Molly Orwein Explains How Personal INK Empowers Breast Cancer Survivors

Molly explains how her organization, Personal INK, helps empower fellow breast cancer survivors by allowing them to choose what they see in the mirror each day.

Repairing a Below-the-Belt Injury

Male urethral and penile reconstructive surgeon Dr. Joel Gelman explains the surgery he performed to repair Chris' torn urethra.

Skateboarding Dangers: Chris' Urethra Tear

Professional skateboarder Chris Swanson, 36, is used to the bumps and bruises that go along with his profession, but he was wholly unprepared for the mortifying injury he sustained during a stunt. While performing a routine trick on a makeshift ramp and handrail, a wrong move sent him flying several feet into the air before slamming his groin on a metal rail, tearing his urethra.

Feminine Discharge: What's Normal?

Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross explains when a woman should worry about discharge.

Ask Dr. Rachael: How to Feel Fresh

From what you wear to what you eat, get five tips to feel fresher "down there."

How Endometriosis Affects the Body

Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross explains how endometriosis affects the body.

Leah's Story: The Risks of Egg Donation

Fertility clinics offer a hearty sum of money for egg donations, but could giving the gift of life cost you your health? One woman claims she became infertile after donating her eggs. Could it happen to you?

Leah's New Joy: Becoming an Adoptive Mother

After becoming infertile due to endometriosis, which was exacerbating by egg donation, Leah has found joy as an adoptive mother.

Should I Take HRT If I Have a Family History of Heart Disease?

Dr. Evelyn Minaya advises about the risks of taking hormone replacement therapy for women who have heart disease in the family.

What to Expect When Your Water Breaks

OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton describes what a pregnant woman should expect when her water breaks. Plus, does the body produce different breast milks depending on the sex of the baby?

Cerebrospinal Fluid Explained

E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains how cerebrospinal fluid helps keep your brain safe, and why sleep is so important.

Urine: What's Normal?

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman shares everything you need to know about your urine.

50 Triathlons In 50 States With Cancer

When some people are diagnosed with cancer, they shut down. But after Jenn Sommermann found out she had ovarian cancer, she completed 50 triathlons across all 50 states by age 50 to raise money for the cause. She shares her story with HuffPost Live.

50 Triathlons In 50 States, With Ovarian Cancer

When some people are diagnosed with cancer, they shut down. But after Jenn Sommermann found out she had ovarian cancer, she completed 50 triathlons across all 50 states by age 50 to raise money for the cause. She shares her story with HuffPost Live.

The Silent Disease That Millions of Americans Don't Know They Have

One in nine Americans suffer from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) and don't even know it. This silent killer often affects people with untreated high blood pressure and diabetes. Find out if you're at risk and when you can do to prevent CKD.

How Much Do Boobs Sweat?

Since breast deodorant apparently exists, Cristen wanted to find out how much sweat breasts produce.

Study Looks at the Importance of Sex for Middle Aged Women

Staying sexually active in middle age may depend on where sex stands on your priority list, study finds.

The Yearly Mammogram Debate

Yearly mammograms may be no better at detecting breast cancer and saving lives than annual physical exams, researchers conclude.

What Women Are Afraid to Tell Their Ob-Gyns

KnowMore sat down with Dr. Evelyn Minaya to talk about what women are afraid to tell their Ob-Gyns

Can Anger Trigger a Stroke?

Can excessive anger trigger a stroke? OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton has the answer.

How Breast Reduction Changed My Life

Large breasts can cause physical pain and make it impossible to practice any sport. Many women blame their large breasts for their lack of confidence. So when do you decide to let them go? We talk to a few women who share their stories.

You'll Never Believe Why This Woman Cried After Her Breast Reduction

Zfosi McMullin joins HuffPost Live to talk about her reaction to her appearance after undergoing breast reduction surgery.

My Breasts Grew Back After A Reduction

Kara Baskin joins Nancy to discuss how her breasts grew back after undergoing breast reduction surgery.

How Can Women Avoid an Overactive Bladder During Menopause?

Hormone levels drop during menopause, leading to an overactive bladder. Doctors are looking for ways to prevent this.

Recognizing the Symptoms of a 'Mini Stroke'

A transient ischemic attack (T.I.A.) is often referred to as a "mini stroke" or "warning stroke" and should be treated as such as it is usually a warning sign of an impending stroke. In the above clip, The Doctors' Dr. Travis Stork and Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall share important information about the sudden signs and symptoms of T.I.A. "If diagnosed TIA can serve as an opportunity to takes steps to prevent stroke," Dr. Stork explains.

Less Invasive Procedure Stops Stroke by Blocking Brain Bleeds

Nearly 800,000 Americans suffer from stroke each year. When that happens, bleeding becomes deadly to the brain. When a brain hemorrhage happens, 75 percent of the victims will die. Now, there's a less invasive procedure to stop the bleeding and save more lives.

A Couple Made a Snow Kidney as a Plea for Donor

Jim, 43, and his wife, Jennie, have been searching for a kidney donor for Jim, but with no luck. Learn what motivated the couple to build a kidney made of snow in their front yard.

A Couple Made a Snow Kidney as a Plea for Donor

Jim, 43, and his wife, Jennie, have been searching for a kidney donor for Jim, but with no luck. Learn what motivated the couple to build a kidney made of snow in their front yard.

Are Blood Clots During Menstruation Normal?

"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Nene Leakes asks OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton about a change in her menstrual cycle. Are blood clots normal?

Quick Relief Tips for Hemorrhoids

Dr. Evelyn Minaya explains what hemorrhoids are and how you can get fast relief from them.

"Bad" Butt: How Your Butt Can Go Flat

Whether it's flat as a pancake, covered in dimples or sagging out the back of your bathing suit, many women dislike the shape of their butt. Learn three reasons your butt goes flat! And what tip do The Doctors have for hiding a dimply butt?

The World's Best Butt

With a million and a half followers on Instagram, Jen is known for having "The Best Butt on Instagram!" She shares her secrets for sculpting a shapely booty.

Is "Bad" Hair Due to Menopause?

Do you feel your hair is thinning due to menopause? Check out The Doctors tips for giving your hair a makeover from the inside out!

Symptoms That Signal Heart Disease in Women

Do your heart a favor and don't shrug off these two symptoms that women commonly experiences when they have heart disease.

Are Gel Manicures Dangerous?

Are gel manicures dangerous? Learn how this hot new trend may increase your risk of developing cancer.

Dangers Lurking Under Your Fingernails

Decorating your nails can be a fun way to express your personal style. But could your nail style be jeopardizing your health?

'The Doctors' Weigh in on Anti-Rape Wear

A controversial new clothing line claims that it protects its wearers from being sexually assaulted. The Doctors weigh in on the effectiveness of this product.

Health Effects of Smoking for Women

Studies have long shown the harmful effects of smoking for both men and women. But women face unique and even greater health risks from smoking than men. The Doctors' Dr. Travis Stork and Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, gauge specific risks that female smokers face.

Solution for Green-Tinted Hair

It's a common problem for blondes around the world. Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross shares a simple solution for green-tinted hair.

How to Recognize a Brain Aneurysm

Bride-to-be Julianne faced a life-threatening brain aneurysm that derailed her wedding plans to fianc , Pete. E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains how an aneurysm occurs and what symptoms to watch for. Then, Pete and Julianne get a special surprise from The Doctors!

Engaged Couple's Medical Scare

Bride-to-be Julianne shares details of the life-threatening illness that derailed her wedding plans.

How Sugar Affects Urination

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman explains that excessive sugar consumption, especially refined white sugar, can have a myriad of negative health consequences, including frequent urination. Learn how.

Does Urine Therapy Work?

The Doctors weigh in on the effectiveness of urine therapy. Should you try it?

Deborah's Successful Experience with Urine Therapy

Deborah explains how she discovered urine therapy and how it has helped her get her life back.

How Sugar Affects Urination

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman explains that excessive sugar consumption, especially refined white sugar, can have a myriad of negative health consequences, including frequent urination. Learn how.

Does Urine Therapy Work?

The Doctors weigh in on the effectiveness of urine therapy. Should you try it?

Deborah's Successful Experience with Urine Therapy

Deborah explains how she discovered urine therapy and how it has helped her get her life back.

Can an OB/GYN Be Too Sexy?

Many women feel nervous before their yearly visit to the OB/GYN, but would those feelings change if their doctor was incredibly attractive? Viewers voted on our Facebook poll now, learn the results! Plus, what issue did family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross face when examining male patients in prison?

Ask Our Docs: Mystery Guest's Menopause Meltdown

After losing her sex drive for 10 years, our celebrity guest says she suddenly got it back! She joins The Doctors to find out why the "butterflies" have returned and offers advice for women going through the same experience.

Brain Surgery Required Patient to Stay Awake

Most patients are placed under complete anesthesia for something as complex as brain surgery, but a recent procedure called for the patient to stay awake and communicate with the doctors.

Can a Diabetes Drug Prevent Alzheimer's?

Researchers are testing the effectiveness of a diabetes drug for the prevention of the development of Alzheimer's Disease in people who are predisposed to develop the condition.

Tips For Making Big Health Changes, From Sherri Shepherd

Sherri Shepherd, Emmy Award-Winning Cohost of The View, had some excellent advice to share with people who have been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. "Don't be scared," she said. "It's manageable!" When she was first diagnosed, she had no idea what steps to take in order to deal with her illness, but she has now found great ways to cope. Part of the series Mondays With Marlo on Marlothomas.com.

Tips for Treating Hair Breakage

Learn the potential causes of brittle hair, and see which foods can help treat the condition.

Causes of Thinning Hair

Excessive shedding? Learn which health conditions can cause hair loss, and see how adding iron to your diet may help treat the problem.

Living with Cystic Breasts

When doctors told Vivian, 49, that she had "diseased cysts" in her breasts, she feared the worst. As a single mother to a special-needs child, her greatest concern was having to fight cancer while also trying to care for her daughter.

Cystic Breasts Consultation

Fearful of a cancer diagnosis but determined to be proactive, Vivian visits breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk.

Vivian's Diagnosis

Breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk shares Vivian's diagnosis. Plus, learn what changes to look for when examining your breasts.

Finding and Treating the Cause of Parri's Recurrent UTIs

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman explains how hormonal birth control affects your risk of contracting a urinary tract infection.

Having Recurrent UTIs After Intercourse

Pari, a young woman who has been suffering from recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs) for the last 5 years, explains how the infections have affected her life.

Urinary Tract Infections Explained

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman describes how urinary tract infections are contracted, and explains how they are treated.

Pregnant Doctor Talks What to Really Expect During First Pregnancy

Now that OB/GYN Jessica Shepherd is pregnant, she talks about some of the surprises she discovered after years of advising and treating other pregnant women.

My Gynecologist Slut-Shamed Me For My Number Of Sexual Partners

A new study shows that 26% of women and 15% of men say they've been shamed by a doctor for everything from weight to sex to hygiene. But research suggests that shaming doesn't work, so why are docs still doing it?

How Emergency Contraception Works

The Doctors weigh in on the judicial ruling that permits the sale of Plan B emergency contraception without a prescription and without age restrictions. Learn how the pill works, and the potential dangers of using it too often.

The Biggest Women's Rights Case Of 2014

The Supreme Court is considering a case challenging protester bans within 35 feet of abortion clinic entrances. Clinic escorts join to weigh 1st Amendment rights against the physical force sometimes used to block women from obtaining abortions.

'I Am a Passionate Runner', Says the Multi-Faceted, Vibrant Gul Panag

Words fall short to describe her talents. An actor, runner, activist, aviator, animal lover, adventurer, avid traveller, biker, entrepreneur, and a writer, Gul is all this and lot more. At the Nike Outrun at Mood Indigo 2013, IIT Bombay, Gul talks to AOL Coolage about running and fitness.

Faulty Breast Cancer Test?

Are the latest breast cancer tests enough to tell you that you're safe? The Doctors discuss the risks of the nipple aspirator test. Plus, what does the Food and Drug Administration say?

The Inada Dreamwave Massage Chair

Dr. Sears test drives the Inada Dreamwave massage chair. Note: the entry period for this giveaway has ended.

The Inada Dreamwave Massage Chair

Dr. Sears test drives the Inada Dreamwave massage chair. Note: the entry period for this giveaway has ended.

Dietician Debunks Pregnancy Myths

January is birth defects prevention month, and a local dietitian is telling women what they need to know to have a safe pregnancy.

Innovative Surgery to Re-Attach a Severed Hand

Learn how surgeons in China attached a man's severed hand to his ankle while they repaired his arm. Plus, E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains how to save a severed limb.

3 Signs You Might Have Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer is the second most common gynecological cancer in women. If you experience any of these symptoms, be sure to report them to your doctor right away. And since January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, share this video with friends and family to spread awareness.

How Cynthia Bailey Overcame Uterine Fibroids

The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Cynthia Bailey opens up about her 14-year struggle with uterine fibroids a painful and embarrassing medical condition that affects nearly 75 percent of all women at some point in their lives. Hear the breaking point that motivated her to finally seek treatment for her fibroids. Plus, learn three things that may increase your risk of developing the growths.

RHOA's Cynthia Bailey's Battle with Uterine Fibroids

The Real Housewives of Atlanta 's Cynthia Bailey opens up about her 14-year struggle with uterine fibroids a painful and embarrassing medical condition that affects nearly 75 percent of all women at some point in their lives. Learn what uterine fibroids are, and the common symptoms they cause.

Nonsurgical Treatment for Uterine Fibroids

Interventional radiologist Dr. John Lipman explains uterine artery embolization, a nonsurgical outpatient procedure for treating uterine fibroids.

Can Birth Control Pills Promote Healthy Hair?

Can adding crushed birth control pills to shampoo help your hair grow faster and fuller? The Doctors reveal whether this beauty trick really works.

On The Go Arms and Abdominal Work Out

Fitness guru Tracy Anderson gives an easy and fun abdominal and arm work out you can do on the go.

Kidney Donors and Recipients Share Their Gratitude

Dr. Jeffrey Veale, Director of the UCLA Kidney Transplantation Exchange Program helps to raise awareness for paying it forward through the selfless act of kidney donation. Altruistic kidney donor Harry Damon shares his story of how his donation started a ripple-effect saving the lives of numerous strangers.

Reactions to Casey Jenkins' 'Down There' Knitting Art

Casey Jenkins, an artist from Australia, recently completed a 28-day performance art piece called Casting Off My Womb, in which she knit a length of wool a day from a ball of yarn lodged in her vagina. Casey reveals the reaction she's gotten for her work. Plus, get The Doctors tips for staying healthy 'down there'.

Casey Jenkins' Intimate Knitting Performance Art

Casey Jenkins, an artist from Australia, recently completed a 28-day performance art piece called Casting Off My Womb, in which she knit a length of wool a day from a ball of yarn lodged in her vagina. Find out what event made the performance piece more difficult.

Woman Born Without a Birth Canal Gets Her Wish Fulfilled

When Kristen was 16, she went to the doctor to find out why she hadn't started having her period. After a series of tests, the teenager learned she had been born without internal sex organs, including the cervix, uterus and fallopian tubes. She shares her hopes with The Doctors and gets the surprise of a lifetime!

Finding a Solution for Kirsten's MRKH Syndrome

When Kristen was 16, she went to the doctor to find out why she hadn't started having her period. After a series of tests, the teenager learned she had been born without internal sex organs, including the cervix, uterus and fallopian tubes. Kristen visits OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton and learns some amazing news.

Why Was Kirsten Born Without Internal Sex Organs?

When Kristen was 16, she went to the doctor to find out why she hadn't started having her period. After a series of tests, the teenager learned she had been born without internal sex organs, including the cervix, uterus and fallopian tubes. Learn the science behind the syndrome Kristen was born with, and see an MRI of her organs.

Kristen's Story: Born Without a Birth Canal

When Kristen was 16, she went to the doctor to find out why she hadn't started having her period. After a series of tests, the teenager learned she had been born without internal sex organs, including the cervix, uterus and fallopian tubes.

Kidney Donors and Recipients Share Their Gratitude

Dr. Jeffrey Veale, Director of the UCLA Kidney Transplantation Exchange Program helps to raise awareness for paying it forward through the selfless act of kidney donation. Altruistic kidney donor Harry Damon shares his story of how his donation started a ripple-effect saving the lives of numerous strangers.

Becoming the Camp Gyno

Can one tween take on the challenge of becoming her camp's resident gynecologist?

Teen Health Questions About the Toxic Shock Syndrome and HPV Vaccine

Learn the causes of toxic shock syndrome. Plus, should your child get the HPV vaccine?

The Latest Science on Brain Injuries

Maria Shriver reports on what's being done to understand, and some day treat, debilitating brain injuries.

Treating a Curve "Down There"

Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz explains a new treatment to correct a curvature in the penis. Could it work for you?

What Causes a Curve "Down There"?

Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz joins The Doctors to describe what causes a curvature in a penis.

New Year, New Preggo You!

Just because you're pregnant doesn't mean you don't get to be sucked into making New Year fitness resolutions! We speak with preggos and pregnancy fitness experts about safe and fun ways to keep that baby bump in check.

The Biggest Myth About Pregnant Exercise

Nancy is joined by a panel of experts to debunk the biggest myth regarding exercising while pregnant.

New Drug Could Prevent Breast Cancer

Women who have a high risk for developing breast cancer may benefit from the drug Arimidex. Researchers found women who took the drug were half as likely to develop breast cancer.

Football Wives Speak Out Against Head Injuries

The wives of NFL players are speaking out...about how they have been stricken by the head injuries suffered physically by their husbands after years in the trenches.

Paralyzed Teen Relearns to Walk After Being Shot

A Florida teen paralyzed from the waist down after a shooting last year is learning to walk again.

Anu Vaidyanathan, All Things Running

Anu Vaidyanathan, the woman, entrepreneur, professor and runner. Get insights into Anu's athletic ambitions and how she manages to be good at everything she does.

Pregnant Ballerina Encourages Moms To 'Embrace And Celebrate' Their Bodies

Ballerina Mary Helen Bowers is about to give birth to her first child, and has been dancing through pregnancy with unbelievable agility and breathtaking grace.

Running to Recovery

Tara was a carefree 23 year old more concerned with friends and boys than any ambition for her life. Then a car accident shattered her body, taking away one of her legs and leaving her with injuries from which doctors did not anticipate she would recover. But for Tara, the most devastating injury was to her self-image. One day she met an amputee who was an athlete, a runner, and she finally woke up to the idea that there might be something more out there for her.

Breast Cancer Awareness: Advice From Survivors

This year, more than 200,000 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer and once diagnosed their lives will change forever. Check out what advice three breast cancer survivors have to offer that you might not get from your doctor.

Risks and Benefits of an Episiotomy

The Doctors discuss the potential risks and benefits of an episiotomy, an incision made during childbirth to help facilitate delivery.

Emergency Roadside Delivery

The Doctors share the story of a pregnant woman's dramatic roadside delivery caught on tape! See how her husband helped her safely deliver their son, while waiting for help to arrive.

Emergency Delivery Preparedness

OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton shares essential items that pregnant women should have on hand in case of an emergency delivery.

Drug-Resistant E. Coli

A dangerous strain of E. coli called H30-Rx is believed to be responsible for 1.5 million urinary tract infections and tens of thousands of deaths each year in the U.S. Is the overuse of antibiotics creating a global health threat?

USA Weekend: The Benefits of Massage Therapy

E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork shares the benefits of massage therapy in The Doctors' latest USA Weekend HealthSmart column.

USA Weekend: The Benefits of Massage Therapy

E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork shares the benefits of massage therapy in The Doctors' latest USA Weekend HealthSmart column.

How ACA Affects Women

OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains how new provisions of the law greatly benefit women.

NuvaRing: Side Effects May Include Death

Back in 2002, NuvaRing was labeled the 'game changer' in the birth control industry. But the serious threat of blood clots from the product didn't make it onto the contraceptive's warning label.

'So You Think You Can Dance' Star Mary Murphy's Health Scare

Reality star Mary Murphy may be best known as the fun-loving judge on Fox's So You Think You Can Dance , but she recently found out about a health condition that left her with questions. She opens up to The Doctors about the ovarian cancer scare she's never shared publicly.

When You Are Ready To Change . Eat Healthy

Tracy Anderson shows how to add more greens to your diet by making a healthy kale smoothie.

When You Are Ready To Change .Reward Yourself

Tracy Anderson gives pointers on when it is ok to give in to emotional cravings.

Life After Loss

Angela had 3 amazing children and then tragedy struck and she lost her oldest son to an accidental overdose. With the grief consuming her Angela had to find the strength to dig herself out of depression and she found it in the Karate studio that her children grew up in. Now she's ready to make peace with her loss in the studio where so many of her memories of him remain.

Bleeding During Pregnancy

OB/GYN Dr. Allison Hill explains when you should be worried about bleeding during pregnancy.

Pregnant and Didn't Know It?

Sixteen years ago, Teresa, 37, was told she would never be able to conceive a child. She was therefore shocked when, after rushing to the emergency room with painful cramps, an emergency room physician told her that not only was she pregnant, but she was in labor! Forty-five minutes later, Teresa gave birth to a healthy, though small, baby boy. Hear her story.

Breast Cancer Breakthroughs

Breast surgeon Dr. Dennis Holmes explains two new surgical treatments for breast cancer: intraoperative radiation therapy and FROST.

Puma Urban Stampede Bangalore 2013 - The 20K Corporate Relay

Puma Urban Stampede Bangalore 2013 saw 500 teams running to win the 20km relay for corporates. The heroes on the track share their experience.

Giuliana Rancic on Overcoming Breast Cancer

Giuliana Rancic opens up about overcoming breast cancer. Giuliana shares with us the biggest misconceptions about cancer, and the most important facts to know about breast cancer treatment.

Dr. Ian Makes a House Call for Injured Police Officer Chris

Chris, a police officer, fell while running full speed after a suspect. Since the accident, Chris has gained 30 pounds and the weight gain is hampering his recovery. Physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist Dr. Ian Smith helps get Chris back in shape. And, what surprises does Dr. Ian have in store that could change this police officer's life forever?

Doctors Make Promise to Injured Police Officer

Chris, a police officer, fell while running full speed after a suspect. Since the accident, he's had shooting pains up and down his body and has been unable to walk well. Learn more about what can cause a spine to fuse. Plus, what deal did Dr. Ian make with Chris?

How to Prevent and Treat Holiday Headaches

Denise Schneider, head of the Accelerated Headache Rehabilitation Program, explains what can cause headaches around the holidays and how you can treat them.

Dr. Joel Palesky Weighs In on the HPV Vaccine Controversy

Doctors say the human papillomavirus vaccine, Gardasil, may prevent cervical cancer, but two sisters say they believe the drug caused them to lose their abilty to have children. Infectious disease specialist Dr. Joel Palesky of the University of California San Francisco weighs in on the pros and cons of the HPV vaccine.

The HPV Vaccine Controversy

Doctors say the human papillomavirus vaccine, Gardasil, may prevent cervical cancer, but two sisters say they believe the drug caused them to lose their ability to have children. Find out which of The Doctors recommends the HPV vaccine to patients.

The Doctors Debate the Safety of the HPV Vaccine

Doctors say the human papillomavirus vaccine, Gardasil, may prevent cervical cancer, but two sisters say they believe the drug caused them to lose their abilty to have children. What does family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross think about the vaccine? Is the HPV vaccine right for your children?

Breast Health News

Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross and OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton give the low-down on the latest in breast health news.

Dr. Rachael Goes Back to School

Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross surprises a group of young female students at South Shore High School in her hometown of Chicago to answer their most pressing health questions.

What a Lot of Women Don't Know About Cervical Cancer

Do you know the main cause of cervical cancer? Dr. Evelyn Minaya shares important information on ways you can protect yourself against the second most common gynecological cancer.

New Anti-Aging Eye Treatment Could Take Years Off Your Face

Dr. James Kojian, owner of O U Beauty Medical Spa, demonstrates how a new procedure is taking years off the look around people's eyes.

Woman Overcomes Eating Disorder to Run Marathon

A Louisiana women was able to overcome the eating disorder that nearly killed her by developing a passion for running.

Important Prostate Precautions for Men's Health

Chad, 41, says his dad was treated for prostate cancer. He learns what precautions he should take in light of his dad's diagnosis.

Undergoing a Prostate Screening

This video contains images of a graphic surgical procedure. Viewer discretion is advised. Is the man in your life at risk for prostate cancer? Learn the surprising answer when an audience member undergoes an in-studio prostate exam!

Caitlin Brodnick from 'Screw You Cancer' Answers Fans' Questions

Caitlin responds to 'Screw You Cancer' fans and answers questions about reconstructive surgery costs and the unwavering support of her loving husband, Allen.

The Restart Project Trailer

Gwyneth Paltrow and Tracy Anderson spend time with women who've overcome hardship, injury, and setbacks to triumph in the face of adversity. We'll hear their inspiring stories firsthand, whether fighting back from a career-ending injury or transforming their lives and bodies through diet and exercise.

At-Home Test for Neck Pain

E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork shares an at-home test you can use to determine whether your neck pain may indicate a serious problem.

At-Home Test for Neck Pain

E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork shares an at-home test you can use to determine whether your neck pain may indicate a serious problem.

BRCA 2 Gene Mutation House Call

After surviving ovarian cancer and discovering that she tested positive for the BRCA 2 gene mutation, her doctor then recommended that she have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed to prevent the development of ovarian cancer. To help advise Monica on the risks and benefits of this type of preventative measure, urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman visits Monica at home to answer all her questions.

My Husband and I Are Now a Happy Family of Two

Lisa, creator of lifewithoutbaby.com, talks about her decision to be a beautiful family of two with her husband when fertility treatments didn't work.

Infertility Can Affect You in Your 20s

Megan talks about the surprise at being diagnosed with unexplained infertility in her 20s.

Get Everything In Your System Checked

Lauree and Mike explain how a missed fertility issue sent their infertility treatment in the wrong direction.

Resolve Saved Me

Angela talks about how Resolve's support groups helped her find hope.

Dreaming About Becoming a Parent

Margaret talks about how infertility, though devastating, brought out the greatest love between herself and her husband.

Getting Pregnant Once Doesn't Mean It Will Happen Again

Jennifer opens up about secondary infertility.

I Wish I'd Known to Freeze My Eggs

Dr. Marcy Cole says she wishes she had frozen her eggs when she was younger.

Don't Take Insensitive Comments Personally

Kathy talks about how she came to terms with secondary infertility thanks to the help of a support system.

Why Does It Burn When I Pee?

A Facebook fan wants to know: "Why does it burn when I pee?" Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears corrects a common misconception about urinary tract infections.

How to Perform a Self-Breast Exam

Breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk demonstrates how to perform a self-breast exam, which she recommends every woman do once a month. "You're looking for changes, something new," Dr. Funk says.

Infertile African - American Women Rarely Seek Help

Kymberli opens up about her journey with infertility and how it led her to become a surrogate for another family going through infertility.

It's Okay to Question Your Doctors

Melissa talks about how prescription medications for a chronic illness affected her infertility.

Infertility Is Where Breast Cancer Was 30 Years Ago

Lee talks about how we have to change the stigma that surrounds infertility.

Infertility Doesn't Discriminate Based Upon Age

Jessica reflects on her surprise and embarrassment at being diagnosed with infertility in her early 20s.

Infertility Makes Parenting So Much Different

Heather talks about how, after years of struggling with infertility and pregnancy loss, her eventual pregnancy and the birth of her son was filled with worry, anxiety, and anticipation.

I Wish I'd Found Resolve Sooner

Barbara, Resolve's Executive Director, talks about how Resolve helped her when she was at the lowest point in her journey.

Dr. Rachael's BRCA Test Results

Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross decided to undergo genetic testing to find out if she carries a BRCA gene mutation, which would increase her risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer. Watch as she received the results of the test from breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk.

The 4th Trimester Bodies Project

Ashlee Jackson, founder of the 4th Trimester Bodies Project, explains what inspired her to start her body-positive project.

Dr. Rachael Gets Tested for BRCA

Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross decides to undergo genetic testing to find out if she carries a BRCA gene mutation, which would increase her risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer.

Menopause Symptoms House Call

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman makes a house call to a woman suffering from menopausal symptoms, including hot flashes, hair loss and weight gain. Learn more about hormonal imbalances and available treatment options.

Dr. Rachael's Family History of Breast Cancer

Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross opens up about her family history of breast cancer.

Living with Lichen Sclerosus

Jayme joins The Doctors to share her experience with lichen sclerosus, a rare skin disease affecting the skin around the genitals and anal area that results in white patches, severe itching, dryness, severe tearing and even fusing of parts.

Know Your Anatomy to Diagnose Lichen Sclerosus

The Doctors describe the symptoms you should look for that may indicate a lichen diagnosis.

Treating Lichen Sclerosus with Stem Cell Therapy

The Doctors discuss a new treatment for lichen sclerosus: stem cell therapy. Learn how it works and its effectiveness.

What a Negative BRCA Test Means for You

While testing positive for BRCA gene mutation may increase your risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer, testing negative isn't a get-out-of-cancer-free card. Breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk explains what testing negative may mean for your health.

What Is Mittelschmerz?

Test your health knowledge. Define "mittelschmerz."

What Is Nausea Gravidarum?

Test your health knowledge. Define "nausea gravidarum."

Which Heart Attack Sign Affects Women More Than Men?

Which of these signs of a heart attack is most likely seen in women?

Thigh Gap: Dangerous, Unrealistic Trend for Most Women

The frightening trend that pressures women to have a gap between their thighs creates unhealthy eating disorders in attempt to achieve a look that many women could never accomplish because of their natural frame.

Solving Body Odor Problems

Learn the one thing you should never do to combat embarrassing odor.

Embarrassing Body Odor House Call

Francine has been noticing she emits an embarrassing body odor. Family medicine physician and clinical sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross makes a very personal house call to find out the cause of Francine's mysterious smell.

The Cure for Charlotte's Dravet Syndrome: How Medicinal Marijuana Works

Although some may consider giving marijuana to children immoral or even illegal, one Colorado parent is speaking up about how it has helped her child recover from seizures. How does medical marijuana work? And why is it easier to get in Colorado?

Curing Dravet Syndrome: Medical Marijuana Research Explained

Although some may consider giving marijuana to children immoral or even illegal, one Colorado parent is speaking up about how it has helped her child recover from seizures. Find out more about the latest medical marijuana research studies.

The Cure for Charlotte's Dravet Syndrome: Medical Marijuana

Charlotte was born with a rare form of epilepsy called Dravet syndrome. By age 3, Charlotte couldn't walk, talk or eat, and she tried every pharmaceutical medication available, but nothing worked. Learn how medical marijuana has helped Charlotte's mom curb her daughter's seizures.

Charlotte's Story: Living with Dravet Syndrome

From the age of 2, Charlotte began to have violent seizures, some lasting up to four hours long. Eventually, she had up to 50 seizures a day, and sometimes 300 a week. Learn more about the rare form of epilepsy Charlotte suffers from.

How to Perform a Self-Breast Exam

Breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk demonstrates how to perform a self-breast exam, which she recommends every woman do once a month. "You're looking for changes, something new," Dr. Funk says.

What Women Need To Know About Essure From Erin Brockovich

Erin Brockovich discusses the dangers of the IUD Essure and why it's still allowed to be prescribed. Part of the series Mondays With Marlo on MarloThomas.com.

Stroke Rehab: It's Never Too Late!

It was once thought that whatever mobility stroke survivors had after two years, that's all they would ever get. Find out the new technology researchers are developing to prove that fact wrong.

Mysterious Symptoms of Perimenopause

There are a whole laundry list of symptoms associated with perimenopause, the stage leading up to menopause. Find out which ones are the most common and the age they're most likely to start.

Dr. Ordon Gets a Prostate Exam

An important element in overall prostate health is getting regular prostate exams. Watch as urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman performs a prostate exam on Dr. Ordon. Has his prostate improved since his last exam?

Long-Term Use of Birth Control Pills Can Lead to Blindness

Researchers at Duke, the University of California San Francisco, and a University in China found women who have been on the birth control pill for more than three years double their risk for glaucoma, which is one of the leading causes of blindness.

Which Celebrity Believed She'll Have an Amniotic Flood?

Which celebrity said they have so much amniotic fluid that when their water breaks, it will be like a fire hydrant? Plus, learn how much amniotic fluid is normal.

What Happens If a Tampon Gets Stuck?

Fran Drescher joins The Doctors to ask the one question about tampon use many women are afraid to ask: What happens if it gets stuck?

Which Celebrity Is Afraid of Sharks During Menstruation?

Which celebrity said she was afraid to dip her toes in the ocean during her period? Was it Khloe Kardashian, Paula Abdul or Paris Hilton?

The Symptoms of Extreme PMS

Extreme PMS can have powerful effects on the body. Do you recognize these symptoms?

Is PMS a Mental Illness?

Fran Drescher, Joanna Krupa and Jenifer Lewis join The Doctors to discuss the new classification of extreme PMS as a mental disorder. Plus, Jenifer, Fran and Joanna share their worst PMS stories!

Hot Flash House Call

Celebrity matchmaker Patti Stanger may have the dating scene down cold, but her hot flashes are nothing to fall in love with. Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman pays Patti a visit to determine the best treatment options to soothe her pre-menopause symptoms. But, in a surprising turn of events, it's Patti who ends up prescribing a "cure" for Dr. Berman!

"Down There": Aging Decade by Decade

The Doctors demonstrate what happens to your private parts as they age. Plus, get tips for finding the best lubricants!

Celebrity Gyno-Logues!

Celebrity guests join The Doctors to help deliver the down-low on women's health "down there!"

Which Test Can Detect Uterine Cancer?

Learn about the number one gynecological malignancy that could cost you your life. Plus, cancer survivor Fran Drescher reveals the one test you should always ask your doctor for.

How to Decode Your Discharge

From yeast infections to stringy discharge, The Doctors and The Real Housewives of Miami star Joanna Krupa are getting real about one of the most important body parts of all.

Jenifer Lewis' Menopause Song

Sing along with actress and activist Jenifer Lewis as she entertains The Doctors with her menopause song: "Hot Flash!"

Female Weightlifter Reveals Baby Boy

Lea-Ann Ellison faced backlash over photos of her lifting heavy weights while eight months pregnant. INSIDE EDITION speaks to Ellison just days after she gave birth to a baby boy.

5 Ways to Not Feel Uncomfortable at the Gyno

Many women dread going to the gynecologist, but it really shouldn't be like that. OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton offers up five ways to feel more comfortable at the gyno.

Medical Confessional: Leaky Breasts

In an anonymous medical confessional, one woman asks plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon what could be causing her chronic nipple discharge.

Surgery to Repair Rectovaginal Fistula

When 25-year-old Sarah first appeared on The Doctors in May 2012, she was struggling with an extremely embarrassing and uncomfortable condition. After suffering a 4th degree tear during labor, Sarah developed a fistula an abnormal connection or passageway between two organs in the body. In Sarah's case, the fistula formed between her rectum and her vagina. Watch the surgery to repair her condition.

Rectovaginal Fistula Surgery Results

More than a year after undergoing surgery to correct a rectovaginal fistula, Sarah joins The Doctors to give an update on her condition. Plus, OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains the different approaches to repair a rectovaginal fistula.

The Latest Studies on Alzheimer's

The Doctors has an exciting partnership with USA Weekend magazine as the exclusive medical contributors to its weekly HealthSmart column! Learn about the newest studies on Alzheimer's disease in the latest article.

Design Actions: Family Planning With a Health Kit

Cliff Kuang, Senior Editor at WIRED, talks about Design Actions: Family Planning With a Health Kit.

The Doctors House Call: Nicole's Secret Pain

OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton recently paid a special visit to a young woman in a pretty uncomfortable situation.

Treatment Options for Pelvic Pain

After meeting with Nicole about her vaginal pain, OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton talks about treatment options and how to find a healthcare provider who will address her issues.

Hair Loss: What's Normal and When to Be Concerned

You might notice a few hairs in the shower drain or in your brush, but when does normal shedding turn into a concern? Millions of women suffer from hair loss resulting from oral contraceptives, hormonal imbalances, and even genetics. So when should you consult a doctor, who should you talk to, and what are the at-home options for hiding hair loss? We sat down with fine-hair specialist Lucinda Ellery, who has worked with celebrities like Cheryl Cole and has studios in Los Angeles and London.

How to Give an Aromatherapy Massage

Busy wedding planning? In this episode of Bridal Beauty, Suzy Taylor demonstrates how to perform a calming aromatherapy massage so you can be all relaxed for the big day.

How to Give an Aromatherapy Massage

Busy wedding planning? In this episode of Bridal Beauty, Suzy Taylor demonstrates how to perform a calming aromatherapy massage so you can be all relaxed for the big day.

Extreme Dieting: 'I Eat 10 Bananas A Day!'

A naturally slender woman, who is 26 weeks pregnant with her first child, has come under fire for promoting an extreme diet which sees her eat predominantly bananas.

Women's Health Trivia

Identical triplets Jordan, Miles and Lance take a women's health trivia challenge. Find out who's the real ladies' man.

Ashley's Quadruplets Pregnancy Story

Married for five years, Ashley and Andy had struggled to conceive and decided to try fertility drugs, ultimately resulting in an astonishing quadruplet pregnancy. Hear their story.

Could You Be Pregnant? One Telltale Symptom

Pregnancy causes a whole host of symptoms, ranging from mild to severe. KnowMore's Ob/Gyn Dr. Evelyn Minaya tells you how to spot the signs of pregnancy and what you can do to feel better fast.

Juliette Lewis: How Can I Overcome Anemia?

In The Doctors red carpet round-up, Juliette Lewis asks about iron supplements and gets tips to boost her energy levels.

Three Pregnancy Myths Debunked

Does cocoa butter really help prevent stretch marks? OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton debunks common pregnancy myths.

Women Uses Diet and Exercise to Eliminate Her Obesity

When faced with diseases related to her obesity, a woman uses diet and exercise to combat them.

What This Woman Did Moments Before Surgery Was Awesome

Facing a double mastectomy with grace takes courage. Facing one with courage and joy is extraordinary. But that's exactly what Deborah Cohan did yesterday right before she went into surgery to have her breasts removed.

Energize Me! Most Women Feel Drained

Career, kids, family, finances...many women are doing it all and are exhausted! In fact, 75 percent of women say they feel drained. We have five tips to help you put the spring back in your step.

Simple Solutions for PMS Relief

Fatigue, bloating, and mood swings...three out of four women suffer from PMS symptoms. We have some simple solutions to help you feel better, FAST!

Womens' Body Satisfaction Drops Significantly As They Age

As they age, womens' satisfaction with their body image begins to reduce.

My Stillbirth Pregnancy

Almost 3 million babies are stillborn each year, and in the U.S. that equates to one baby, one family, every 21 minutes. Nancy talks with parents about the unspoken grief of losing a chid before birth.

What to Eat to Help Prevent Breast Cancer

It's never too early to wage a war against breast cancer - even in your 20s. One of the easiest ways you can do this is by eating cancer-fighting foods, like the ones we share with you in this video. Keep watching to find out which foods you should stock up on during your next trip to the supermarket.

Core Needle Breast Biopsy Vs. Fine Needle Aspiration Breast Biopsy

Ian Gardiner, MD, FRCP(C), discusses the difference between core needle breast biopsy and fine needle aspiration breast biopsy for breast cancer screening.

The Difference Between Screening Vs. Diagnostic Mammograms

Ian Gardiner, MD, FRCP(C), discusses the difference between screening vs. diagnostic mammograms and when each one is applicable.

Using Breast MRI to Detect Breast Cancer

Ian Gardiner, MD, FRCP(C), discusses the use of a breast MRI to diagnose breast cancer or benign growths.

Couple Makes an Emotional Choice After Baby Loss

The Doctors meet with a couple who lost two children. Will they ever try to have another baby?

Couple Shares Their Tragic Loss

Jessica and Stephen lost two children in two years. Hear the details of their devastating loss.

The Doctors Help in Kidney Search

A South Carolina woman whose husband tried to find a donor kidney for her by walking the streets wearing a large sign recently received a kidney transplant. And they credit The Doctors for the lifesaving procedure.

Say Goodbye to UTIs

It may be eaiser than you think to prevent the pain, burning and urgency of a urinary tract infection. KnowMoreTV's Dr. Evelyn Minaya with important information for women.

Brooke Anderson on Taking Control in the Fight with Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and "Entertainment Tonight" host Brooke Anderson is sharing what she's learned from her mother's breast cancer diagnosis.

Brad's Paralyzing Spinal Injury

Brad, 26, used to ride snow machines every day, enjoying the thrill of the speed and being outdoors. But in February 2012, his life changed irrevocably. While riding a snow machine, Brad broke his back after jumping off a 100 foot cliff. Not content to live the rest of his life in a wheelchair, Brad spent a year teaching himself to walk again with the help of leg braces. He joins The Doctors to share his inspiring story of will and determination.

Man Teaches Himself to Walk After Spinal Injury

Brad, 26, used to ride snow machines every day, enjoying the thrill of the speed and being outdoors. But in February 2012, his life changed irrevocably. While riding a snow machine, Brad broke his back after jumping off a 100 foot cliff. Not content to live the rest of his life in a wheelchair, Brad spent a year teaching himself to walk again with the help of leg braces. Learn how he did it.

The Best Nutrients to Relieve PMS

If you suffer from premenstrual syndrome, what you eat can make a difference. In this video, Michael Roizen, MD, offers five dietary solutions to ease your PMS.

Top 6 Ways How Breastfeeding Benefits Mom's Health

Breastfeeding is good for your baby. It's good for new moms, too. In this Health Smarts video, pediatrician Dr. Tanya Remer Altmann, shares 6 benefits of breastfeeding, from faster postpartum weight loss to a lower risk of osteoporosis later in life.

Dr. Berman's Family History with Cancer

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman opens up about her family history with breast cancer and shares her philosophy for staying positive in the face of a possible diagnosis.

Dr. Berman Gets the Results of Her Breast Exam

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman receives some startling news, following her in-depth breast exam with breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk.

Dr. Berman's Medical Exam

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman speaks out about her family's history with breast cancer and allows access to her in-depth breast exam, with breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk.

What Nighttime Bathroom Trips May Mean

Do you get up more than once a night to go to the bathroom? It could be a sign of something wrong. Barbara Ficarra, RN, explains how frequent urination may be a sign of diabetes, sleep apnea, kidney problems or urinary tract infection.

3 Tips to Prevent Memory Loss

To increase brainpower and memory, what matters most is what you do with your mind and your muscles. In this video, Michael Roizen, MD, offers three tips that can help you boost your brain and improve your memory.

4 Surprising Ways to Delay Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

What's the secret to keeping your brain fast and nimble? Sharpen it with some proven techniques. Dr. Michael Roizen, MD, shares tips to improve your memory and brainpower.

Keep Your Eyes Healthy to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

Regular eye exams do more than protect your vision. They may help you prevent dementia. In this Health Smarts video, Kevin Soden, MD, explains the connection between poor eyesight and a higher risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

Osteoporosis Treatment and Side Effects

John Wade, MD, FRCPC, discusses osteoporosis treatment side effects.

How to Prevent Osteoporosis

John Wade, MD, FRCPC, discusses ways you can prevent osteoporosis.

Moving Photography Captures The 'Mundane' Aspects Of Fighting Breast Cancer

When Emily Helck was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012, she decided to document her chemotherapy treatment, snapping one photo of herself each week for a year, and ultimately compiling each image into a minute-long time-lapse video.

The Most Moving Way To Share The Experience Of Fighting Cancer

Angelo Merendino, a photographer who documented his wife's battle with breast cancer, joins HuffPost Live to discuss how the images he captured of his wife has helped him to move forward.

Documenting Breast Cancer

Breast cancer surviving artist Emily Helck took a series of still pictures and compiled them in a 60-second-long video, showing weeks where she lost her hair due to chemotherapy, having her breasts removed and the healing that followed.

Mom of Autistic Child Receives Hate-Filled Letter

Jim and Karla are the parents of two autistic children, Jackson and Max. Though they're used to the looks they receive when out in public, nothing could have prepared them for the hate-filled letter they recently received from a neighbor.

Raising a Child with Autism

Jim and Karla are the parents of two autistic children, Jackson and Max. Though they are used to the looks they receive when out in public, nothing could have prepared them for the hate-filled letter they recently received from a neighbor. The couple joins The Doctors via polycom to discuss how they felt receiving the letter and what they hope to accomplish by sharing their story.

What Nighttime Bathroom Trips May Mean

Do you get up more than once a night to go to the bathroom? It could be a sign of something wrong. Barbara Ficarra, RN, explains how frequent urination may be a sign of diabetes, sleep apnea, kidney problems or urinary tract infection.

The Pros and Cons of a Permanent Birth Control Procedure

Hear from two women who had differing experiences with the a popular permanent birth control procedure.

Erin Brockovich on Potential Contraception Dangers

Famed consumer advocate Erin Brockovich joins The Doctors to raise awareness about the potentially dangerous side effects of a popular permanent birth control procedure.

Dr. Phil Gives Advice to Two Pre-Teen Parents

Did Hope and Bailey want to get pregnant? And, Dr. Phil gives the young parents the sobering facts about the cost of raising a child.

'Dr. Phil': A Mother Tells Dr. Phil She Has Lost Control of Her Daughter

Lisa admits that she has completely lost control of Hope, who she claims has issues with anger.

'Dr. Phil': When a Mother Realize Her 11 Year Old Daughter Was Pregnant

Lisa says she was shocked to find out that Hope was pregnant when she was six months along. But, Bailey's parents claim she knew about the pregnancy months earlier.

'Dr. Phil': Does Hope, Who Became Pregnant at Age 11, Want Another Baby?

Is there any truth to the rumor that Hope wants to have another baby? And, what is the nature of Hope and Bailey's relationship now?

What Are the Health Risks For a Premature Baby?

Dr. Jennifer Berman, of The Doctors, weighs in. Did Hope get proper prenatal care? And, what are the health risks for a premature baby?

Surgery Recovery: Meds And Love

For Caitlin, the days following her double mastectomy are difficult but made easier by the love and constant support of her husband and family members. Even though her soreness makes it painful to laugh, Caitlin seems in good spirits as she adjusts to her new body and begins the healing process.

Tattooing Breast Cancer

Women who have gone through mastectomies are embracing tattoos as a way to deal with the scarring that comes afterwards. P.INK provides tattoos as a way to empower women to take creative control of their post-op bodies. They join us in studio.

The Promise I Made To My Mother As She Died Of Cancer

Megan Hartman, who received a preventative double mastectomy in her twenties and a tattoo just yesterday, joins HuffPost live to discuss the promise she made to her mother as she died of cancer.

The Untold Stories Of Mastectomies

Megan Hartman, who received a preventative double mastectomy in her twenties, talks with Caitlyn about some of the things people don't realize about the after-effects of having a double mastectomy.

Tattoo Artist's Contribution To Women With Mastectomies

Joy Rumore, artist and owner at Twelve 28 Tattoo, joins HuffPost Live to talk about her work with women who have undergone mastectomies and the emotional connection she has with them.

Introducing Screw You Cancer

With a family history of breast cancer and BRCA1 test results that show she has a higher risk of developing breast cancer, NYC comedian Caitlin Brodnick decides to undergo a preventative double mastectomy. Glamour follows her on her journey one she approaches with humor, honesty and empowering resilience.

The Risks of Forgetting Your Tampon Inside

Mandy forgot about a tampon she had inserted and now worries there may be lasting aftereffects. Dr. Rachael explains Toxic Shock Syndrome.

Confronting Cancer: BRCA1 & BRCA2 Gene Mutations

Caitlin Brodnick, a 28-year-old comedian, has felt the weight of a possible cancer diagnosis for years. After losing multiple family members to cancer and learning she tested positive for the BRCA1 mutation that makes it more likely she will develop breast cancer, Caitlin makes the difficult decision to undergo a preventative double mastectomy. Follow her on her journey in this new Glamour documentary series.

How to Feel Good About Your Breasts After a Double Mastectomy

Caitlin gets honest about what it will be like to lose her breasts and have reconstructive surgery.

Heading Into Preventative Double Mastectomy Surgery

Surrounded by her family, Caitlin prepares to go into surgery for her double mastectomy.

The Day After a Preventative Double Mastectomy

Caitlin's family nervously waits for her as she undergoes her preventative double mastectomy. Luckily, surgery goes smoothly and Caitlin bravely begins the recovery process.

Comparing MRI, Mammography and Ultrasound for Cancer Detection

Ian Gardiner, MD, FRCP(C), compares MRI, mammography, and ultrasound.

The Importance of Breast Ultrasounds for Women

Ian Gardiner, MD, FRCP(C), discusses breast ultrasound for women.

Stephen Kosslyn on the Brain Divide and Functions

Author and neuroscientist Stephen Kosslyn talks to WSJ editor Gary Rosen about the practical implications of new brain research. Are you a Mover, Stimulator, Perceiver or Adaptor? Photo: Getty Images

Some Menopause Drugs Could Cause Blood Clots

Two commonly used hormone therapies have different effects on a woman's risk for blood clots and heart attack.

Casey Kasem's Family Battle

Legendary radio personality and voice actor Casey Kasem is beloved by many Americans. Now at the age of 81 and battling Parkinson's disease, Kasem is stuck in the middle of a bitter family dispute between his wife and his daughters.

Research Shows BPA and Phthalates' Can Disrupt Conception and Pregnancy

How do BPA and phthalates affect a healthy couples' fertility and miscarriage risk?

Treating and Preventing Boils Down There

An audience member, who wishes to remain anonymous, suffers from painful and unsightly boils on her inner thighs and around her panty line. Learn tips for treating and preventing the embarrassing condition.

Peanut Butter May Lower the Risk For Breast Cancer

Young women who regularly eat peanut butter and other nuts may have a lower risk for benign breast disease -- which is often a precursor to breast cancer.

The Causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Learn the primary causes of carpal tunnel syndrome and see simple tests that can help determine the source of pain.

Lumpectomy and Targeted Radiation in One Go to Beat Breast Cancer

Targeted breast cancer treatment that has women in and out of the hospital in just one day!

Stem Cell Treatment to Repair Stroke-Related Paralysis

Every 45 seconds, someone has a stroke in the United States. If it doesn't kill you, it may leave you seriously paralyzed. Now, there may be a way to repair damage done in the brain using the body's own stem cells.

Lighting Up Brain Tumors

One major problem surgeons face when trying to remove a brain tumor is not being able to find all of the tumor, to remove it. Now, doctors are able to light up the tumor and see them better than ever before.

Fit Mom Addresses Backlash Over Photo

INSIDE EDITION caught up with Maria Kang, whose super-fit photo with her kids sparked unexpected controversy.

Experiencing a Hormonal Imbalance

Michelle, 35, is the teleprompter operator for The Doctors. She says that over the last couple of years, she's started feeling more fatigued, has gained weight, has experienced decreased libido and trouble sleeping, and has noticed a change in the texture of her hair. She thinks she has a hormonal imbalance, but her doctor says it's just stress. She joins the show for a second opinion and tips to get back to normal.

Marie Osmond's Weight Loss Journey

World-renowned singer and actress Marie Osmond opens up her weight loss struggles and shares what ultimately helped her lose 50 pounds. Marie will be the celebrity coach for the blue team in The Doctors' first ever "Lose It For Love" Boot Camp.

How a Hormone Imbalance Affects the Body

Holistic healthcare specialist and author of The Hormone "Shift" Dawn Cutillo and OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explain how a hormonal imbalance affects the body.

Living with a Chronic Bladder Infection

Elizabeth, a mother of two, has a painful bladder condition that causes her to go to the bathroom as many as 80 times a day and limits her activities with her family. She visits urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman because medications haven't helped relieve her condition.

What Causes Iterstitial Cystitis?

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman explains what causes interstitial cystitis, a chronic inflammatory condition of the bladder.

Treating Bartholin Cysts

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman explains the cause of Bartholin cysts and how to treat them.

What To Do When Someone Goes Into Labor

Would you know what to do if someone suddenly went into labor? OB/GYN Dr. Courtenay Poucher joins the show to teach an expectant couple from the audience what to do if labor starts at an inopportune moment.

Does Belly Fat Cause Mental Illness?

That treat you just indulged in won't just go from your lips to your hips -- it might just go straight to your head. Middle-aged people with high abdominal fat are 3.6 times as likely to suffer from memory loss and dementia later on in life, researchers have discovered.

Giuliana Rancic on Life After Breast Cancer

DIY Fashion caught up with the co-anchor of E! News to talk about her life after having a double mastectomy. She talks about going to the gym less, focusing on family more, and shares advice for women who have just been diagnosed with breast cancer.

Controversial Cavity Search

Friends Brandy and Alexandria were on the way home to Houston after spending Memorial Day at the beach when they were stopped for speeding. Officers said they smelled marijuana, and a male officer called in a female officer to do a cavity search. Brandy and Alexandria say they were violated in the back of the car on the side of the road and that the officer used the same glove on both women.

Jamie's Urine Test Results

Jamie says she urinates about five times an hour and asks The Doctors about the possible causes of her frequent urination. Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman performs a urine test to rule out serious health problems.

Causes of Frequent Urination

Jamie says she urinates about five times an hour. The Doctors share the possible causes of her frequent urination.

Peanut Butter May Help Diagnose Early-Stage Alzheimer's Disease

Scientists think peanut butter may be the key to diagnosing early-stage Alzheimer's disease.

Exercise and Menopause

Yoga during menopause may not help with hot flashes, but it might help you sleep better.

What's Worse: Skipping or Doubling Up on Birth Control?

You realize you missed a birth control pill. What's worse: Skipping your birth control pill or doubling up on your pill?

Roll Out with These 5 Foam Roller Moves

Staying fit isn't always about sweating it out. Show your hardworking muscles some TLC with a foam roller massage. An essential fitness tool, the foam roller is perfect for warming up and cooling down. Watch this video to learn five massaging moves to bring length to tight muscles and prevent overuse injuries so you can keep working out all year long.

Infertility: Treatment Found For Primary Ovarian Insufficiency

Infertility may be a thing of the past, at least for some women. A woman in Japan who was infertile due to a condition called Primary Ovarian Insufficiency just gave birth to healthy baby boy thanks to a new treatment. However, the treatment is still in early development and not all the women in the study had success.

Best Ways To Help Prevent Breast Cancer

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And while we continue to work on detection and cures for the illness, prevention must be brought to the table as well.

USA Weekend: Women's Health Tips

The Doctors has an exciting partnership with USA Weekend magazine as the exclusive medical contributors to its weekly HealthSmart column! E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains the latest tips to keep women healthy and happy.

How to Find Out You're Pregnant as Soon as Possible

Dr. Rebecca Brightman, OBGYN, is talking to Fox43 about the advances in pregnancy testing and the steps women should take once the test is positive.

How Menopause Can Cause Anxiety

Learn why going through menopause may trigger anxiety in certain women.

Tips to Prevent a Burnout

The Doctors recently teamed up with Women's Health magazine to conduct an exclusive survey, which revealed that 55 percent of women feel guilty about taking time to relax! Women's Health health and features editor Sascha de Gersdorff and The Doctors share tips and activities to help you decompress.

Diabetic Women Have Increased Risk For Heart Disease

Young women with type two diabetes have an increased risk of heart disease according to a recent study.

Pregnancy Weight Gain Linked to Childhood Obesity in Study

A new study suggests women who gain excessive weight during pregnancy are more likely to have overweight children.

Endometriosis: Know the Symptoms and Treatments

The list of endometriosis symptoms is pretty long: painful periods, chronic pelvic pain and even painful intercourse -- Google those symptoms and endometriosis pops up on your computer screen. According to the Endometriosis Foundation of America, endometriosis is one of the top causes of female infertility but the least treated -- yet very treatable. Why do so many women go years before being diagnosed?

Getting Sick During Pregnancy

Pregnant and feeling sick? Get the 411 on what you should do if you have cold, fever or flu symptoms from TheBump.com.

BRCA Gene Mutation Carriers Share Their Stories

BRCA mutation carriers have a highly elevated cancer risk, particularly for breast and ovarian cancer. The mutation affects both men and women, leaving carriers with the difficult decision between surveillance or removing the organs at risk. Here why some BRCA carriers choose surveillance over preventative surgery.

Elective Double Mastectomy: The Angelina Effect

Angelina Jolie's announcement that she decided to undergo a double mastectomy after discovering she carried a BRCA gene mutation led millions of women to take a strong look at their family history and take action a phenomenon called "The Angelina Effect." Surgical breast specialist and Angelina's surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk joins the show to discuss her patient's decision.

The Three Sisters' BRCA Test Results

Sisters Tara, Jenny and Shannon watched their mother and two aunts battle breast cancer at the same time, and ultimately lost their mother to the disease. They put off getting tested for the BRCA mutation for six years, living in anxiety and denial about their potential health situation. Watch as E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork reveals the results of their tests, and hear how they react to the news.

Should You Get Tested For BRCA?

Surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk explains who should get tested for BRCA gene mutation, and how much the test will cost. "I've had many women be terrified to find out the results. I've never had one say,'Wow, I wish I didn't know I had this gene.'"

Three Sisters Face Their BRCA Fears

Sisters Tara, Jenny and Shannon watched their mother and two aunts battle breast cancer at the same time, and ultimately lost their mother to the disease. They put off getting tested for the BRCA mutation for six years, living in anxiety and denial about their potential health situation. They decide to get tested and join The Doctors to find out their fate.

The Most Important Health Habit For Women Over 50 From Dr. Oz

Dr. Oz talks about the best thing you can do for your body once you pass the 50 mark. Part of the series Mondays With Marlo on MarloThomas.com.

Stressful Mid-Life Events Could Cause Dementia in Women

According to a new study, women who suffer a lot of stress in middle age may increase their risk of developing Alzheimer's later on.

How to Walk Properly on High Heels

Perfect your high heel strut with lessons from certified fitness instructor and "The Queen of Heels" Kamilah Barrett! Plus, watch E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork and The Docs sashay around the stage in stilettos!

How to Keep Your Feet Healthy While Wearing High Heels

Avoid the agony of "da-feet!" Family physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross explains the best ways to prevent foot blisters. Plus, learn why cheaply made shoes may cause more harm than good.

Breast Cancer Survival Stories

Amy McGorry with Prevention Magazine introduces us to several breast cancer survivors.

Geralyn Lucas on Wearing Lipstick to Her Mastectomy

Geralyn Lucas famously wore red lipstick to her mastectomy. Here's why.

Dr. Susan Love on Breast Cancer Research and Prevention

Dr. Susan Love, having been both the cancer surgeon and the cancer patient, shares her thoughts on the current state of cancer and the answer to ending it for good.

Louisiana Rated Worst State For Women

Women in the United States earn an average of 77 cents for every dollar that men make, face many barriers to reproductive health care and are significantly underrepresented in leadership roles. But the worst state for women by far is Louisiana.

Peanut Butter Could Prevent Breast Cancer in Girls

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine studied more than 9,000 U.S. girls involved in the Growing Up Today Study.

Health and Fitness Tips For Women

INSIDE EDITION looks back at some important tips we've picked up over the years when it comes to women's health and fitness, plus key things a woman should look out for concerning heart disease.

How Women Can Feel Strong and Look Confident

Lorri Ann Code, from Mama Bootcamp, explains how a few easy steps can help woman feel well and emit confidence.

The Cannibal Version Of Mad Cow Disease

Actor Bill Sage and Neuroscientist Mo Costandi talk with Ricky about kuru, a rare degenerative neurological disorder caused by an infectious protein found in contaminated human brain tissue.

What Do You Think About Cervical Screening AKA Smear Test?

What do women think about cervical screening? In this short video uncover how much women know about smear tests.

What Your Urine Color Says About Your Health

The Doctors spin the "Wheel of Wee" and share what the color of your urine could be indicating about your health.

Obesity in Mothers Linked to Premature Births

Babies are much more likely to be born prematurely if the mothers are obese. There is also an increased risk in early births among overweight women.

How To Use Ben Wa Balls From Dr. Laura Berman

Dr. Laura Berman explains how to use Ben Wa Balls. From the series Mondays With Marlo on MarloThomas.com.

Tips For Strengthening Your Pelvic Floor From Dr. Laura Berman

Dr. Laura Berman discusses why it's important to have a strong pelvic floor. Part of the series Mondays With Marlo on MarloThomas.com.

Women, Sex, And Orgasms From Dr. Laura Berman

Dr. Laura Berman weighs in on the topic of women and sex. Part of the series Mondays With Marlo on MarloThomas.com.

Sex Toys 101 From Dr. Laura Berman

Dr. Laura Berman gives advice for those interested in trying out sex toys. Part of the series Mondays With Marlo on MarloThomas.com.

Smart Spoon to Counteract Hand Tremors

Learn about the Liftware spoon, which enables people with tremors to eat with more comfort and ease.

MILD Back Pain Procedure Results

Chronic pain specialist Dr. Rick Paicius explains how a minimally invasive lumbar decompression (MILD) procedure can help patients suffering from spinal stenosis.

MILD Procedure For Spinal Stenosis

Learn about a stitch-free procedure for chronic lower back pain caused by spinal stenosis.

Alternative Breast Cancer Test For Women

Every girl hears horror stories about mammograms and other health screenings they have to undergo. Now women may be able to avoid mammograms while also being more proactive about breast cancer detection.

Types of Seizures

Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Pfizer's chief medical officer, joins The Doctors to discuss different types of seizures and what to do when someone you know has one.

Women Using Hormone Therapy Have Varied Risk for Breast Cancer

Women being treated with hormone replacement therapy have a varied risk of breast cancer, depending on their race, b-m-i and breast density.

Experts Recommend Mammograms Before 50

A new study shows many women diagnosed with breast cancer before age 50 who later died had never been screened for the disease. The study authors suggest guidelines should be changed to encourage mammograms before age 50.

A World 'After Tiller'

Over 50 abortion clinics have been shuttered in the last three years, and only four doctors still perform third term abortions. The documentary, "After Tiller" profiles them, and the directors join us in studio, along with one of those doctors.

Abortion Provider: The 'Red Herring' Of Fetal Pain

Dr. Susan Robinson and Lana Wilson join Nancy to discuss the issue of fetal pain during pregnancy.

Life Expectancy For Women Is Going Up

Life expectancy for women over 50 is going up worldwide, but there is room for improvement.

How to Recognize and Correct Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Pelvic floor dysfunction is a condition that impacts a lot of women -- and it's something many ladies do not want to talk about. They'll Google it, but that's about it. The good news for women with pelvic floor dysfunction is that there are exercises to build strength -- and may even help avoid surgery.

Women's Heart Attack Symptoms Very Different from Men's

HLN reports a new study shows women often have no chest pain and fewer symptoms during a heart attack, making them more likely to be misdiagnosed and raising the risk of death. Canadian researchers looked at 1,000 patients, age 55 and younger. The symptoms women feel are easily mistaken for side effects of stress or even indigestion. Doctors recommend that women be proactive about their health and have a good relationship with their doctors, as most heart attacks are completely preventable.

Solutions for Constant Nipple Erections

Board-certified surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk explains the possible causes of constant nipple erections. Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross and plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon share products to help combat the problem.

Meagan's Uneven Breasts

While only 10 percent of women have perfectly symmetric breasts, Meagan's chest is so uneven that she's suffered depression and insecurity throughout her life. She joins The Doctors to find out her options to correct her noticeably uneven breasts.

The Types of Breast Pain

Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross explains the two types of breast pain and when you should see your doctor.

Is Milky Breast Discharge Normal?

Board-certified surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk explains when you should be concerned about milky discharge from your breast.

The Geography Of Unplanned Pregnancies

The average American woman spends three decades of her life avoiding unintended pregnancies. Despite advances in birth control, the rates of unplanned pregnancies are rising especially if you're a poor woman living in the South.

Getting Pregnant At 15 Changed My Life Forever

Danny-J Johnson joins Nancy to share her story of becoming pregnant at 15 years old in a Mormon community.

Teen Mom: I Was Taught Sperm Could Swim Through The Condom

Gloria Malone joins Nancy to talk about how much misinformation is given in regard to pregnancy and how the correct information needs to be made more readily available.

What Works When Preventing Teen Pregnancy

Shannon Flynn joins Nancy to talk about some of the things that ARE working when it comes to preventing teen pregnancy.

How to Perform an At-Home Thyroid Check

The Doctors demonstrate how to check your thyroid at home.

Julianne Hough's Trainer Spills the Star's Bikini Secrets

When it comes to health and fitness, we know that Julianne Hough likes to mix things up. And after talking to her trainer, Astrid McGuire, it seems like Julianne will try just about anything to stay in shape - as long as it's fun! Keep watching to learn how Julianne stays fit both in and out of the gym, plus her secret to healthy snacking.

Study Suggests Women Are Not Aware of Their True Breast Cancer Risk

How many women can accurately identify their breast cancer risk number? Can you?

How to Perform an At-Home Thyroid Check

The Doctors demonstrate how to check your thyroid at home.

3D Scanning: HardWired Behind the Scenes

At the OPM lab, iJustine checks out the process for scanning objects in 3D.

New Book Says Alcohol Is Ok During Pregnancy

Doctors and mothers are outraged over a new book that says pregnant women can go ahead and drink alcohol and caffeine.

Five Common Causes of Vaginal Discharge

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman explains the five most common causes of vaginal discharge.

Should Expectant Moms Take Viagra?

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman discusses a recent ongoing study to determine whether Viagra, a drug used to treat erectile dysfunction, can help increase fetal size. Dr. Berman emphasizes that the study is still ongoing and says she does not recommend pregnant women take the drug.

What Is Mammary Duct Ectasia?

Family physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross explains mammary duct ectasia, which presents as a green discharge from the nipple, and how to treat it.

Wesley Warren Describes Living with 132-Pound Testies

The Doctors are joined by Wesley Warren, a man whose scrotum grew to over 132 pounds following an injury to the area. Wesley describes his experience searching for help for his condition and explains why he calls surgeon Dr. Joel Gelman his "miracle doctor."

The Man with a 132-Pound Scrotum

The Doctors discuss the story of Wesley Warren, a man whose scrotum grew to over 132 pounds following an injury to the area. Surgeon Dr. Joel Gelman, who performed the surgery to remove the excess tissue in Wesley's scrotum, joins the show to discuss Wesley's unusual condition.

The Cause of Messy Urination

Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz and urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman discuss the possible causes of messy urination.

Difficulties in Post-Sex Urination

Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz explains why some men may experience difficulty urinating after sex.

13.5-Pound German Baby: The Health Risks of Bigger Babies

See Germany's largest natural birth a baby girl who weighed 13.47 pounds! Plus, learn the health risks of bigger babies.

Baby Survives Lightning Strike

In a The Doctors' daytime exclusive, meet a husband and wife who were simultaneously struck by lightning while she was pregnant! Hear how the lightning bolt affected their baby.

Study: Young Women Need Mammograms

New study reveals that women who don't get checked for breast cancer could be at risk despite age.

Known Risks of Birth Control Pills

Dr. Vivien Brown, MDCM, CCFP, FCFP, NCMP, discusses the risks of the birth control pill.

The Rare Risks of Birth Control Pills

Dr. Vivien Brown, MDCM, CCFP, FCFP, NCMP, discusses the rare risks of the Pill.

Non-Contraceptive Benefits of the Pill

Dr. Vivien Brown, MDCM, CCFP, FCFP, NCMP, discusses the non-contraceptive benefits of the Pill.

How PCOS Is Diagnosed

Dr. Sabrina Gill, MD, MPH, FRCPC, discusses the diagnosis process of PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome).

Treatment Options for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Dr. Sabrina Gill, MD, MPH, FRCPC, discusses treatment options for PCOS.

What Is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome?

Dr Sabrina Gill MD, MPH, FRCPC discusses polycystic ovary syndrome diagnosis and treatment.

What Factors Influence Female Fertility?

Dr. Anthony Cheung, MBBS, MPH, FRCSC, Fertility Specialist, discusses factors that influence female fertility.

The Impact of PCOS Through the Years

Dr. Sabrina Gill, MD, MPH, FRCPC, discusses PCOS over the lifetime of a woman.

The Pill as a Contraceptive Choice

Dr. Vivien Brown, MDCM, CCFP, FCFP, NCMP, discusses the Pill as a contraceptive choice, its side effects and guidelines set by doctors to decide if the Pill is a good option for you.

Insulin Treatment for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Dr. Sabrina Gill, MD, MPH, FRCPC discusses the role of insulin treatment for women who suffer from PCOS.

PCOS Treatment for Fertility and Pregnancy

Dr. Sabrina Gill, MD, MPH, FRCPC, discusses Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome treatments for fertility and pregnancy.

Risk Assessments for Birth Control Pills

Dr. Vivien Brown, MDCM, CCFP, FCFP, NCMP, discusses risk assessments with the Pill.

The Symptoms of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Dr. Sabrina Gill, MD, MPH, FRCPC, discusses the symptoms of PCOS.

What Are Some Common Fertility Surgical Treatments?

Dr. Anthony Cheung, MBBS, MPH, FRCSC, fertility specialist, discusses common surgical fertility treatments.

Treatment Options of High Testosterone Levels from PCOS

Dr. Sabrina Gill, MD, MPH, FRCPC, discusses treatment of high testosterone levels from PCOS.

High Altitude Pilots Risk Developing Brain Lesions

Pilots who frequently fly at high altitudes may have an increased risk for brain lesions.

Brain Tumor Removal Surgery

When Laura noticed a bump on her forehead was growing, she was convinced that something was wrong, even though doctors told her "it's no big deal."She pushed until she was referred to neurosurgeon Dr. Isaac Yang at UCLA, who identified the bump as a tumor that was growing dangerously close to her brain and needed to be removed.

Brain Tumor Recovery

Neurosurgeon Dr. Isaac Yang at UCLA and Laura join The Doctors to discuss how she's recovering after he removed a tumor from near her brain.

New Test Detects Breast Cancer Sooner

Hundreds of thousands of women are diagnosed with invasive breast cancer every year and up until now, testing was only recommended until age 35. But now doctors in New York developed an early detection test specifically for women in their 20's and is more about prevention than treatment.

How Vampire Bats Can Save Lives

Learn how a synthesized enzyme called Draculin, derived from vampire bat saliva, is being used to treat stroke victims.

Bottoms Up! How Women Drink Alcohol

The way women consume alcohol, whether culturally or physically, differs greatly from their male counterparts. We're discussing the seven things you need to about women and drinking (that 'Sex in the City' didn't teach you).

What You Need To Know About Women And Alcohol

The way women consume alcohol, whether culturally or physically, differs greatly from their male counterparts. Amanda Chen, Gabrielle Glaser and Dr. Elizabeth Waterman join Caitlyn to discuss some of the major differences.

Next on HardWired: 3D Printing a Human Skull

At the OPM lab, iJustine puts her archaeology skills to use and unearths freshly printed skull.

Abdominal Cerclage: The Robotic Alternative to Incompetent Cervix

Abdominal Cerclage: The Robotic Alternative to Incompetent Cervix Incompetent cervix doesn't happen very often but when it does, it can be devastating -- leading to pregnancy loss or pre-term delivery. But now doctors can support the cervix with a minimally invasive procedure; for a growing number, it's becoming the alternative.

Tampons Vs. Pads

Family physician and sex specialist Dr. Rachael Ross describes the proper use of tampons and explains the pros and cons of using tampons over pads.

Fertility and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Dr. Sabrina Gill, MD, MPH, FRCPC, discusses fertility and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

Are High Heels Bad For Your Feet? The Answer Is Going to Hurt

Sprained ankles, deformities, and joint pain - these are just a few of the reasons that doctors warn against wearing high heels. But that sequined number you just bought just isn't the same when sporting a pair of flats. What's a girl to do? Luckily, you don't have to give up that high-heel obsession completely, but there are a few things you should know before rocking those stilettos!

Recovery and Rehabilitation After Spinal Surgery

Dr. Ramesh Sahjpaul, MD, MSc, FRCSC, Neurosurgeon, discusses post spinal surgery recovery and rehabilitation.

When Should You See a Doctor for Back Pain?

Dr. Ramesh Sahjpaul, MD, MSc, FRCSC, Neurosurgeon, explains at what point a person should see their physician about persisting back pain.

The AAP's New Report On Breastfeeding

For years, mothers and medical experts have wondered what medications are safe to use while breastfeeding. HuffPost Health reporter Catherine Pearson talks about a new American Academy of Pediatrics report on their safety for breastfeeding moms.

Most Medications Safe For Nursing Mothers

Most medications are safe for women to take while nursing, according to the first American Academy of Pediatrics report to tackle the subject in more than a decade.

Lynne McTaggart on Breast Cancer

Lynne McTaggart talks about the genetic breast cancer factor.

New Hope For People Suffering From Brain Injuries

Imagine going for a ride, but it's not for fun. It's to 'fix' you. That's kind of what this brain center is doing with a spinning chair -- and therapy -- to help everyone from those who have PTSD to children with learning disabilities. But does it really work? Here's one patient's story of how it changed his life forever.

Doctor William C. Welch Performs a Difficult Spinal Surgery

Doctor Doctor William C. Welch from the University of Pennsylvania saves a young man by performing a difficult spinal surgery.

Breast Implants Put Woman In A Wheelchair

Women who get breast implants often say they are doing it to improve self confidence, but is it worth the risks? The procedure comes with the same risk of complication as any major surgery and then some. We talk with a woman who ended up in a wheelchair.

Woman Had To Beg Doctor To Remove Breast Implants After Complications

Women who get breast implants often say they are doing it to improve self confidence, but is it worth the risks? The procedure comes with the same risk of complication as any major surgery and then some. We talk with a woman who suffered complications.

Botched Breast Implants

Full Segment: Women who get breast implants often say they are doing it to improve self confidence, but is it worth the risks? The procedure comes with the same risk of complication as any major surgery and then some. We look into the potential dangers.

Counseling For Prenatal Testing?

As prenatal testing for Down syndrome becomes more common, many women will face an array of information about their unborn children. But this confronts expecting mothers with difficult choices. How do counselors help women make these decisions?

Prenatal Testing For Down Syndrome On The Rise

As prenatal testing for Down syndrome becomes more common, many women will face an array of information about their unborn children. But this confronts expecting mothers with difficult choices. How do counselors help women make these decisions?

Top Famous People With Dyslexia

There have been many people diagnosed with dyslexia who have gone on to achieve incredible things with their lives. Here are a few of a great many people who are an inspiration to people.

Inside A Crisis Pregnancy Center

NARAL intern Caitlin Bancroft posed as a woman seeking pregnacy advice at Crisis Pregnancy Centers in Virginia to expose tactics used by "counselors" to persuade women to continue pregnancies and avoid birth control entirely.

What I Learned Going Undercover At A Crisis Pregnancy Center

NARAL intern Caitlin Bancroft posed as a woman seeking pregnacy advice at Crisis Pregnancy Centers in Virginia to expose tactics used by "counselors" to persuade women to continue pregnancies and avoid birth control entirely.

Woman Who Got Breast Reduction At 17: I'm Still Larger Than Most

Some large-chested ladies suffer physical pain while others experience the pain of unwanted attention. Yet many women with large breasts embrace them and some even opt to go bigger. We discuss how breasts can define women, for better or for worse. Guest Erin Bain shares her story.

Large-Breasted Woman Describes Awkward Encounter In Walmart

Some large-chested ladies suffer physical pain while others experience the pain of unwanted attention. Yet many women with large breasts embrace them and some even opt to go bigger. We discuss how breasts can define women, for better or for worse. Guest Deona Cheri Hairston shares her story

Woman Got Breast Reduction As Birthday Gift To Herself

Some large-chested ladies suffer physical pain while others experience the pain of unwanted attention. Yet many women with large breasts embrace them and some even opt to go bigger. We discuss how breasts can define women, for better or for worse. Guest Rona Berry Morin shares her story.

Me & My Big Boobs

Full Segment: Some large-chested ladies suffer physical pain while others experience the pain of unwanted attention. Yet many women with large breasts embrace them and some even opt to go bigger. We discuss how breasts can define women, for better or for worse.

Breast Facts: 8 Awesome And Interesting Things To Know About Boobs

Ah, breasts. Has ever a body part been so celebrated in art, in literature and in daily life? We've got hundreds of words to describe them; people have composed songs about them; and for better or worse, an entire industry has even cropped up around their augmentation.

Marlo Thomas With Dr. Nancy Snyderman

This week, Dr. Nancy Snyderman appeared on Mondays With Marlo to answer health and wellness questions. She discussed everything from allergies to diet myths to improving your sleep. Watch the full interview for her expert advice!

Sleeping Problems and Menopause

Learn about the connection between sleeping problems and menopause from sleep specialist Priyanka Yadav, D.O. in this Howcast video.

Formula Vs. Breastfeeding: Moms Talks About Choosing One Over Other

Mothers are often judged for choosing to use formula instead of breast milk, yet shunned for breastfeeding in public. The creators of the "I Support You" campaign join us to discuss why the way you choose to nourish your child generates judgement. Guests Kim Simon, and Lisa Belkin join to discuss.

Lucy Eades' 'Breastfeeding Discrimination' Video Goes Viral

Mothers are often judged for choosing to use formula instead of breast milk, yet shunned for breastfeeding in public. The creators of the "I Support You" campaign join us to discuss why the way you choose to nourish your child generates judgement. Guests Suzanne Barston, Kim Simon, and Lisa Belkin join to discuss.

Real Talk About Formula & Breastfeeding

Full Segment: Mothers are often judged for choosing to use formula instead of breast milk, yet shunned for breastfeeding in public. The creators of the "I Support You" campaign join us to discuss why the way you choose to nourish your child generates judgement.

Hello Flo: Funny Ways To Discuss That Time Of The Month

Every girl experiences "it". So why is "it" such a taboo topic? A new ad is taking on "that time of the month" in a very frank and funny way. Viewed nearly five million times on YouTube, the video is an ad for "Hello Flo", a tampon delivery service for tweens and teens. It's presenting an opportunity to have an open and honest conversation with your kids.

Fashion Trends That May Hurt Your Health

The girdle, high heels and skinny jeans - favorite fashion trends that could be putting your health at risk.

What Women Need to Know About Heart Health

Heart disease is the number one killer of women, taking more lives than all cancers combined. Do you know fact versus fiction when it comes to your heart? Take our test and find out.

The Risks of Plastic Products to Your Health

American's use 100-billion plastic bags every year and two-million plastic water bottles every five minutes! From what you drink to the food you eat plastic could be killing you.

Cognitive Rehab: Train Your Brain

Up to 20 percent of people 65 and up have mild cognitive impairment. A new program could help these patients train their brains and improve their memory.

When Female Athletes Have Babies

Female athletes train in all conditions, but pregnancy can complicate their routine. Women's sports have been forced to change to accommodate motherhood. But how do pregnant athletes (and non-athletes) stay in shape? Can women's bodies fully recover?

Returning To Your Pre-Pregnancy Fitness Level After The Birth

Christie Marshall joins Caitlyn to discuss what it was like to get back into her fitness level after her pregnancy.

What Exercise Routine Is Safe During Pregnancy?

Laura Polikowsky joins Caitlyn to talk about what types of exercises are safe when a woman is with child.

Study Says Breastfeeding for Longer Improves Your Child's IQ

True or False: The longer a mom nurses, the bigger the IQ benefit. New research says

Modernizing Menstruation Monologues

Full Segment: Conversations about menstruation have been shrouded in shame for centuries. A new video by Hello Flo went viral simply because of its candor. Does this campaign's popularity prove that our shame around the female body is finally changing?

I Am A Domestic Violence Survivor

Kimberly Brusk, a domestic violence survivor and advocate, talks with Ricky about the horrible situation she was in and how she went about getting help.

Lesbian...For Now

Full Segment: It's often hard enough for lesbians to have their sexuality taken seriously, but what about when they identify as sexually fluid. We explore society's perception of sexuality as immobile & not fluid.

Losing Baby Weight In Baby Boot Camp

INSIDE EDITION spoke with some new moms at Baby Boot Camp, an innovative program for mothers to get into shape after having a child.

Why Plan B For Teens Is a Good Thing

Washington is seeing the first shipments of over-the-counter Plan B coming into its stores and pharmacy. Professor of adolescent medicine Cora Collette Breuner talks about the positives of the emergency contraceptive being available for teens.

Self Massage to Reduce Neck and Shoulder Tension

Elements Therapeutic Massage in South Carlsbad recommends these three exercises to reduce stress caused by office work and driving.

'I Absolutely Adore My Body'

Liz Casey joins HuffPost Live to talk about how she is a "natural" girl and how she is totally comfortable in her own skin.

Self Massage to Reduce Neck and Shoulder Tension

Elements Therapeutic Massage in South Carlsbad recommends these three exercises to reduce stress caused by office work and driving.

Kate's Recovery from Royal Baby Birth

The royal baby is here at long last, but what about Kate? How long will it take her body to recover and how long is she likely to stay in hospital for?

The Royal Baby: Did Kate Gain Enough Weight?

The Duchess of Cambridge happens to be an excellent example of how much weight a woman should gain when pregnant. Here's the lowdown on how much weight gain is normal.

Latina Texans In Reproductive Health Crisis

Latinas in Texas have the highest teen pregnancy rate, are the most likely to be uninsured, and are hardest hit by the wage gap. Will the state's new restrictive abortion bill disproportionately affect them?

TX Clinic Owner: If I Got Enough Funding, I'd Offer Free Abortions

Dr. Lester Minto's clinic is set to close in 90 days, but that's not stopping him from providing help to girls who need it. He claims that if he got enough funding, he'd offer free abortions until his clinic closes its doors.

Living With Alzheimer's

Ron Grant joins HuffPost Live to talk about how he's dealt with being diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's in 2007.

Suffering from Prosopagnosia: An Inability to Recognize Faces

Nancy Snyderman reports on a woman who lives in a world where everyone is a stranger, because she can't recognize faces.

Diet Could Help Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's specialist recommends a diet low in carbohydrates to Alzheimer's patients and people at risk for getting the disease.

Reading and Puzzles Can Prevent Dementia

Brain-boosting activities, like reading or doing crossword puzzles, can preserve memory in old age.

East Meet West Gynecology Center Tackles Ovarian Cancer

Dr. Nicole Williams is talking about the ovarian cancer awareness as well as prevention and warning signs for the disease.

Hot Flash Triggers and Prevention Methods

Hot flashes, mood swings, and loss of sex drive we have tips on what can help to reduce the symptoms of menopause.

Stoke Risks Women Don't Know About

400-thousand women suffer a stroke each year, but not every stroke victim experiences the classic signs. We'll break down the least known risk factors for women.

Deadly Brain Drain: Fixing A Leaky Skull

Meet a woman who thought her non-stop runny nose was a symptom of a sinus infection or allergies, but turned out to be something far more serious!

Kidney Stone Smarts: The Truth About Cola and Calcium

Every year one million people in the U.S. are treated for them and there's a lot of misinformation about the masses. Now, we're stomping out some of the biggest kidney stone myths!

The Ugly Truth About Size Zero

Full Segment: It's no surprise that models eat little & engage in less than healthy practices to maintain the sometimes abnormally thin frames they possess. But when fainting & being hospitalized becomes part of a day's work, something must change.

Fertility Diet: Food As Alternative Medicine For Infertility

If you're one of the 15% of American couples struggling to get pregnant, maybe you need to change your diet. Harvard researchers have created a 'Fertility Diet' to potentially increase the odds of conceiving a child. Maybe what you eat.. is the alternative medicine you need.

Doing The Dirty With A Bun In The Oven

From horrifyingly disturbing to strangely erotic, the idea of sex during pregnancy can be divisive between couples. We take a look at the myths and realities of keeping the spark alive during those long 9 months.

Mothers Share BRCA Gene Test Results with Their Daughters

Many women are sharing the results of their genetic testing for BRCA 1 and 2 mutations with their children. The mutations greatly increase the risk for breast and ovarian cancer.

El Trabajo Reduce Las Chansas De Alzheimers

De acuerdo a un estudio Frances, personas quienes retraan su jubilacion tienen menos riesgo de tener Alzheimers.

Goddesses On Earth: Lisa Levart, Agapi Stassinopoulos & The Female Spirit

Goddess on Earth is an art installation celebrating the strength of the female spirit by drawing on goddesses from all cultures as archetypes and expressed through contemporary women. We discuss with the artist, her goddesses & Agapi Stassinopolous.

Meredith Baxter's Off-Set Struggles

Actress and mother of five Meredith Baxter opens up about her struggles with breast cancer, domestic abuse, sexuality and alcoholism.

Meredith Baxter's Battle Against Breast Cancer

Actress and mother of five Meredith Baxter discusses her experience with breast cancer.

Women's Prescription Painkiller Overdoses Are on the Rise

The prescription painkiller epidemic is killing more women than ever before. A new report from the Centers for Disease Control shows prescription painkiller overdose deaths among women have skyrocketed -- increasing by more than 400% since 1999.

Patricia Richardson on PSP Awareness

Actress Patricia Richardson discusses being a national spokesperson for Cure PSP, an organization combating a rare and often misdiagnosed brain disease that claimed the life of her father.

Scientists Have Created a Detailed 3D Virtual Brain

Scientists have constructed a virtual brain model they call "BigBrain." The 3D virtual brain is based on information from more than 7,400 tissue sections obtained from a human brain.

Force Fed For Beauty

Full Segment: In Mauritania, thin isn't considered beautiful. Skinny women are viewed as poor and not able to afford food. We speak with body image experts around the globe about why women seem to be subject to body drama whether big or small.

Lobular Vs. Ductal Breast Cancer

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains the difference between lobular and ductal breast cancer and emphasizes the importance of getting an annual mammogram.

What's The Real Role Of Breasts?

Hollie McNish's viral poem about the public shaming of breastfeeding & Toula Foscolos' unfortunately poignant observation about the real place of boobs in our culture begs the question....why can't we all agree about the role of breasts in society?

Taking the Fear Out of Mammograms

Mammograms and spas in the same sentence? See how Methodist Dallas Medical Center is taking the fear out of breast exams.

Robotic-Assisted Hysterectomy with the Da Vinci Surgical System

Follow OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson into the O.R. at Baylor University Medical Center for a robotic-assisted laparoscopic hysterectomy.

What Causes A Migraine?

There are many things that can trigger migraines including emotional, physical and dietary factors. Find out more about the causes of migraines and how they occur.

What Is a Migraine?

There are many different kinds of migraines. Find out what they are and what their symptoms are.

Health Risks for Women Smokers

Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, chief medical officer of Pfizer, discusses some of the health risks that female smokers face, including heart disease and lung cancer.

Good News: Brain Surgery Not What It Used to Be

According to the American Brain Tumor Association, about 70,000 new cases will be diagnosed this year -- those are scary numbers. And for Googlechondriacs, a good reason to hit the Internet for information. Thankfully, this is what you'll find: Brain surgery isn't what it used to be.

What Is Hepatitis A?

In this video we discuss this viral liver infection. Find out about its symptoms and complications in this short video.

Birth Control Helps Prevent Ovarian Cancer

Many women are proactively taking out their ovaries and breasts to prevent cancer. But what else could you be doing that's a little less drastic?

Women's Health: OB/GYN Talks About What's Googled

About 20% of women suffer from chronic pelvic pain for more than a year -- it's just one of many female health issues that are commonly Googled. Many conditions can be treated without surgery, but Googlechondriacs take note: Even if you do end up needing surgery, it's now much less invasive.

Coping with an Advanced Breast Cancer: Julie's Story

After being given two years to live seven years ago, Julie has more than surpassed her life expectancy. Hear about Julie's advanced breast cancer diagnosis and how she copes with day-to-day life.

Women-Run Foundation Empowers Ovarian Cancer Patients

Studies say 22,000 women a year are diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Most are given just five years to live. Now one scientist, and cancer survivor, is putting her experience to the test and helping women across the country fight this deadly disease.

Living with Epilepsy: Amanda's Story

Amanda's epilepsy is the result of a childhood head injury. Her outlook on life has remained hugely positive despite not being able to achieve her dream career. Watch her story.

Dead People's Nerves Help the Living Overcome Injuries

Fixing damaged nerves used to mean patients had to sacrifice another nerve from their body. But now, there's an easier way.

How Long Can You Wait To Have A Baby?

Millions of women are being told when to get pregnant based on statistics from a time before electricity, antibiotics or fertility treatment. What's the reality? Are women being oversold outdated facts? When is the deadline to have a safe pregnancy?

I Had A Baby At 42

Author Rachel Lehmann-Haupt joins Abby to share her story of having a child at 42.

How Old Is Too Old To Have Kids? Doctors Weigh In

Dr. Jean Twenge and Dr. Nicole Noyes join Abby to debate whether it's a realistic to have fears of weakened fertility after 35.

Christmas in June For Military Families

More than 500 members of military families separated by deployment during the last holiday season had a chance to make up for lost time Monday at the seventh annual "Christmas You Missed."

The Psychological Effects of Stroke

New research shows 1 in 4 stroke survivors suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

War Correspondent Gives Back to the Community After Huntington's Diagnosis

Charles Sabine is a former NBC war correspondent who spent most of his career witnessing atrocities around the world. But after learning that he's carrying a gene for a deadly disease, he's channeling all that he's learned.

New Form of Dementia Rapidly Rising

Doctors report a big rise in an unusual form of dementia, robbing patients of other things well before their memories.

I'm Embarrassed!

Have you ever been too embarrassed to ask your doctor questions? You might be mortified, but docs hear the same questions daily. We're asking all the questions that people are too chicken to ask & finding out why it's so important to get answers.

Why Are We Embarrassed To Talk To Our Doctor?

Have you ever been too embarrassed to ask your doctor questions? You might be mortified, but docs hear the same questions daily. We're asking all the questions that people are too chicken to ask & finding out why it's so important to get answers.

Can We Reclaim The Word 'Fat'?

Kenyatta Jones and Sally McGraw join HuffPost Live and discuss whatever we can reclaim the word fat.

How Does Vitamin D Contribute to Women's Health?

Dr. Weil explains how vitamin D contributes to a woman's health.

Two Men Talk About Their Fight with ALS

ALS is a heart breaking diagnosis; two men talk about their struggle and ongoing fight.

Menopause, or Not? Your Googlechondriac Questions Answered

Menopause is a health topic often Googled -- and why not? The information is right at a woman's fingertips and it's easier than talking to a doctor; just type in a few keywords and boom, you have all the info you need. But the Googlechondriac still wonders, 'Is it really menopause?'

Ultrasound Laws: Education Or Intimidation?

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said he'd sign a bill requiring women to get ultrasounds before an abortion, and seven more states are also pushing new abortion legislation. Are these bills about restricting abortions, or providing the best medical care?

Menopause: Women Blame Men For Everything! I Can't Take It

Researchers may have finally figured out why women go through menopause. The reason is... men. And some men just can't take that.

Stem Cells Appear to Improve Spinal Cord Injuries

Human stem cell injections appear to improve mobility and function in rats with spinal cord injuries.

How DES Affects Pregnancy

Model, actress and recording artist Amy Weber opens up about her struggle to become a mother after undergoing treatment for cervical cancer, brought on by a now banned pregnancy drug called DES. In May 2009, Amy was finally able to fulfill her dream of becoming a mother. See what she went through during her high-risk pregnancy, and meet her family!

Amy Weber's DES-Induced Cervical Cancer and IVF Attempts

Model, actress and recording artist Amy Weber opens up about her struggle to become a mother after undergoing treatment for cervical cancer, brought on by a now banned pregnancy drug called DES.

The CrankyFest Contest for Short Films About Periods

Learn about the CrankyFest Film Festival, an online contest for short films about periods. CrankyFest co-creator Vanessa Matsui explains how the film festival was created and why they partnered with Huru International to help impoverished women in Kenya.

The Doctors CrankyFest Film Festival Submission

Learn about the CrankyFest Film Festival, an online contest for short films about periods. Plus, check out The Doctors' submission!

Breast Cancer Preventative Surgery Can Be Expensive

Many women and men are opting for preventative surgery, but the costs themselves can be preventative.

Inflatable Breasts Are Used for Mastectomy Patients

After a mastectomy, breast implants need to be graudally filled with saline, which can be an uncomfortable process.

What Is Cervical Screening?

Colposcopy clinical nurse specialist Marianne Wood explains what a cervical screening (smear test) is and what will happen during the procedure. Find out about the top tips you can follow to prepare you for your cervical screening test. For more information on this or cervical cancer prevention contact leading women's health charity Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust via www.jostrust.org.uk. Or call their national helpline on 0808 802 8000. Subscribe to Streaming Well: http://www.youtube.com/subscrip

What Happens During Colposcopy?

What is colposcopy and what will happen during the procedure? In this short video colposcopy clinical nurse specialist tells us why you might be called for one and what will happen during the procedure. Noleen, who had previous treatment for cervical abnormalities, tells us of her personal experience with colposcopy.

Food Addiction In Women Linked To Sexual Abuse

A new study shows food addiction in women is tied to sexual and physical abuse during childhood. HuffPost Senior Science Editor David Freeman joins Marc to discuss.

Is Your Bra Making You Sick?

We all know the bras can give you back pain. But can they also cause more serious illnesses like hernias, irritable bowel syndrome or tendonitis. Here are a few steps to avoid those issues.

Man Heals With Wife After Brutal Beating That Left Him With Brain Damage

After a brutal beating, a man, with the help of his wife, begins recovery from a traumatic brain injury.

Random Stranger Offers Kidney to Anyone Who Needs It

Woman's life is saved when a completely random stranger walks into the hospital and offers his kidney to anyone who needs it.

Study Shows a Link Between Football Injuries and Alzheimer's

A new study shows a link between football and Alzheimer's disease.

Chemicals Diagnose Cancer Without a Biopsy

It's believed close to 70 thousand Americans will be diagnosed with some form of brain tumor this year. See the technology some doctors are using to figure out if the growths are cancer or something else.

Restoring Stroke Victims' Voices

It's the number one cause of disability in the U.S. and can steal victims' ability to talk. See how song is helping make stroke patients' voices strong!

Saving Lauren's Life with Brain Glue

Blood was rushing in and it couldn't get out! That's what was happening inside one little girl's brain. Find out how a sticky substance got her out of a sticky situation.

Insurance Companies Can Charge Women Higher Premiums

Health insurance fights continue as many women consider it unfair for companies to charge premiums based on gender.

Orgasms During Childbirth Possible in Some Cases

Midwives have reported that orgasms happen in about .3 percent of childbirths. A psychologist and his colleagues agree that it's possible and could help alleviate some of the pain.

Living With Epilepsy: Sian's Story

Find out what life is like when you have a condition like Epilepsy. Follow Sian and learn how she copes with her epilepsy on a day to day basis.

Breast Cancer? Similar Symptoms Can Have Many Meanings

Some may know the breast cancer statistics by heart -- and that's a good thing. But that awareness can make some women worried when they have no reason to be. That lump could be a number of things, but it's human nature to Google. Then worry.

Pelvic Surgery May Not Be Effective Long-Term

Surgery to treat pelvic organ prolapse may not be effective long term.

Skin Cancer Could Lower the Risk For Alzheimer's Disease

Some forms of skin cancer may be linked to a lower risk for Alzheimer's disease, though scientists aren't sure why.

The Difference Between the Types of Digital Mammography

There is a significant difference between the two types of digital mammograms, when it comes to cancer detection.

'Married to Medicine' Stars on Placenta Consumption

OB/GYNs Dr. Simone Whitmore and Dr. Jackie Walters of Bravo's Married to Medicine join E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork and pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears to answer questions about odd celebrity fads.

The Social Constructs of PMS

Amanda Marcotte and Dr. Gillian Einstein join Alicia and Ricky to discuss the social constructs of PMS.

The Shifting Science On PMS

Dr. Gillian Einstein and Dr. Mark Hyman join Ricky and Alicia to discuss the shifting science on PMS.

A Day in the Life of Dr. Lisa

See what the average day is like at OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson's busy Santa Monica practice.

Dr. Lisa's Morning Routine

See how OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson begins her typical morning... with tea time and target practice!

Woman Starts Campaign After Mother Experiences Breast Implant Complications

The FDA warns that most patients have at least one serious complication within 3 years after implants. Advocates are concerned that media coverage of Jolie's double mastectomy doesn't include this warming. Mess-tectomy patients & advocates weigh in. Guests Audrey Ciancutti and Carol Ciancutti-Leyva share their stories.

Woman Went On Disability After Getting Breast Implants At 19

The FDA warns that most patients have at least one serious complication within 3 years after implants. Advocates are concerned that media coverage of Jolie's double mastectomy doesn't include this warming. Guest Kacey Long shares her story.

Ultrasonic Brain Surgery

Neurosurgeon Dr. Hrayr Shahinian of the Skull Base Institute explains an innovative endoscopic technique that uses fiberoptic technology and hi-def imaging to suction out brain tumors.

Ultrasonic Brain Tumor Removal

Neurosurgeon Dr. Hrayr Shahinian of the Skull Base Institute performs an innovative endoscopic technique that uses fiberoptic technology and hi-def imaging to suction out a grade 4 brain tumor.

From Mastectomy to Mess-Tectomy

Full Segment: The FDA warns that most patients have at least one serious complication within 3 years after implants. Advocates are concerned that media coverage of Jolie's double mastectomy doesn't include this warming. Mess-tectomy patients & advocates weigh in.

The Symptoms of UTIs and Kidney Stones

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman explains the symptoms of urinary tract infections and kidney stones, both of which can cause debilitating pain. Plus, learn prevention tips to reduce your chances of contracting either condition.

When Is The Optimal Time To Freeze Your Eggs?

Sarah Elizabeth Richards and Dr. Nicole Noyes join Dena to discuss the optimal time for a woman to freeze her eggs.

I Froze 70 Eggs For 50,000 Dollars

Sarah Elizabeth Richards joins Dena on set to discuss her experience freezing 70 of her eggs for 50,000 dollars.

How to Release Tension with a Self-Massage

Quick and Affordable. Unwind at home with a self-massage as demonstrated by Shape Magazine beauty expert Bahar Takhtehchian.

How to Release Tension with a Self-Massage

Quick and Affordable. Unwind at home with a self-massage as demonstrated by Shape Magazine beauty expert Bahar Takhtehchian.

Dr. Lisa Discusses Angelina Jolie's Mastectomy

Actress Angelina Jolie recently tested positive for the BRCA gene mutation, putting her at significant risk for developing breast cancer. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson weighs in.

Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Being "In Shape"

The View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck talks to SHAPE magazine about what being "in shape" means to her and how to be happy and healthy.

Why Did Angelina Jolie Have a Double Mastectomy?

Angelina Jolie has revealed that she underwent a double mastectomy to lower her risk of breast cancer. So what were the genes that increased her risk of developing cancer and was a double mastectomy the only option?

The Smelly Side Effect of Menstrual Cycles

Did you know that menstruation can increase underarm odor for certain women? OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains why.

Hysterectomy Surgery and Heart Disease Risk

New study looks at whether women who undergo elective hysterectomy are at higher risk of cardiovascular disease.

Dr. Lisa Masterson Weighs In On Angelina Jolie's Medical Choice

Angelina Jolie plans on removing her ovaries following her double mastectomy. INSIDE EDITION speaks with Dr. Lisa Masterson about the effects this surgery will have on the mother of six.

Preventive Mastectomy: Benefits & Risks

In a New York Times op-ed, Angelina Jolie opened up about her decision to have a preventive double mastectomy after learning she had the so-called "breast cancer gene." Is this the right course for all women with a mutated form of the BRCA gene?

My Preventative Double Mastectomy At Twenty-One

Rachel Joy Horn joins Alicia to share her remarkably courageous story of undergoing a preventative double mastectomy at the young age of twenty-one.

Tips to Improve Sex After Menopause

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masteron gives tips to enhance sexual satisfaction after menopause.

Tips to Prevent Urinary Leakage

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson discusses tips and treatments to improve bladder function and prevent urinary incontinence.

The Causes of Heart Palpitations

E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains what causes heart palpitations, and when an irregular heartbeat could be a sign of something serious.

Laser Treatment for Razor Burn

Dermatologist Dr. Howard Liu explains the factors that cause razor burn and bikini bumps. See how intense pulse laser therapy is used to eradicate the unsightly condition, and get other tips to reduce irritation "down there."

Web Series Exposes Military Rape

Full Segment: Troian Bellisario is best known for playing academically gifted Spencer in "Pretty Little Liars." But for her title role as a soldier in the web series "Lauren," she tackles a more challenging storyline: sexual assault in the military.

Testicular Sperm Extraction

Board-certified urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz explains how sperm extraction works to boost male fertility and increase the chances of conception.

Diagnosing the Cause of Male Infertility

Married couple Justin and Margaret have had difficulty conceiving a child for the past couple of years. Justin underwent a fertility test and discovered that he produced very little sperm. A board-certified urologist performs a testicular exam to determine the potential cause of Justin's fertility problems.

Jolie's BRCA Discovery & Breast Surgery

Full Segment: Angelina Jolie's op-ed lays bare her decision to have a double mastectomy after learning she has BRCA1, the gene mutation that increases her chances of contracting breast cancer to 87%. We talk to those who faced the same decisions and learn more.

Doctor: Double Mastectomy Isn't Right Choice For Everyone

Angelina Jolie's op-ed lays bare her decision to have a double mastectomy after learning she has BRCA1, the gene mutation that increases her chances of contracting breast cancer to 87%. We talk to those who faced the same decisions and learn more.

Woman With BRCA Gene Had Double Mastectomy In Her 20s

Angelina Jolie's op-ed lays bare her decision to have a double mastectomy after learning she has BRCA1, the gene mutation that increases her chances of contracting breast cancer to 87%. We talk to those who faced the same decisions and learn more. Guest Lizzie Stark shares her story.

'Baby Steps'

Actress Elisabeth Rohm opens up about infertility in her new book, 'Baby Steps: Having the Child I Always Wanted (Just Not as I Expected)'. We hear her emotional success story along with other moms who have struggled with getting pregnant.

Elisabeth Rohm: Nicole Kidman's Surrogacy Gave Me Hope

Actress Elisabeth Rohm joins Abby to offer some tips to other women that may be facing the challenge of infertility.

Actress Elisabeth Rohm's Infertility Challenge

Actress Elisabeth Rohm joins Abby to discuss the challenges she faced once she found out she ad fertility issues.

Waiting For God But Going For IVF

Paige Stannard joins Abby to talk about what methods they used for conception once she and her husband found out he had fertility issues.

A Frustrating Journey: From IVF To Adoption

Jennifer Rutner joins Abby to discuss her story of moving from the IVF option to adopting instead.

Angelina Jolie Reveals Why She Underwent Double Mastectomy Procedure

Chandini Portteus joins Alicia and Marc to discuss Angelina Jolie's decision to have a preventative double mastectomy.

When Should You Have a Hysterectomy?

Leigh, who is 33, says she doesn't want to have children and is considering getting a hysterectomy because the women in her family have a history of uterine problems, including cancer. Dr. Lisa explains the risks and benefits of the surgery to remove a woman's uterus.

Tailbone Injury During Childbirth

The Doctors explain why falling on your tailbone, or coccyx, can be so painful, and how to treat it. And, Dr. Lisa explains it's common for women to injure their tailbone during childbirth.

Woman's Website Helps Moms Bond About Post-Pregnancy Bodies

Celebrities lose baby weight at a record speed, leaving those without the money or team of body image specialists feeling a need to do the same. We discuss how to endure pregnancy without the constant body image concerns. Guest Bonnie Ratclif Rowder shares her story.

Woman's Body Actually Improved After Pregnancy

Celebrities lose baby weight at a record speed, leaving those without the money or team of body image specialists feeling a need to do the same. We discuss how to endure pregnancy without the constant body image concerns. Guest Autumn Sakai joins Nancy to discuss.

Beauty Treatments That Could Hurt Your Health

Americans spend 7 billion dollars per year on cosmetics. But some of the most common beauty-boosting regimens could be the most toxic.

How Menopause Affects Weight

Internist, nutrition specialist and author of 'The Calendar Diet' Dr. Melina Jampolis explains why a woman's weight tends to shift from the backside to the belly during menopause.

What Do Mysterious Breast Bumps Mean?

Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk explains why some women get cyst-like bumps under their breasts, and when they can be serious.

Does a Menstruating Woman Have a Particular Smell?

Do men know when a woman is having her period, based on smell? The Doctors discuss.

Cost Of Birth Control Higher In Low Income Areas

Prescription contraceptives cost more in some low-income neighborhoods than in wealthier ones, according to a small study that analyzed prescription price data from Florida.

Are Adult Temper Tantrums Healthy?

Can throwing a physically aggressive tantrum be good for a woman's mental and emotional health? Find out.

Hot Flashes at 70?

Judy says she's experiencing hot flashes at the age of 70. OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains why.

Are Debilitating Periods Normal?

Jamie says her monthly periods are so heavy, she sometimes can't leave the house. Is this normal? OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton has the answer.

Widespread Use of the HPV Vaccine Lead to a Decline in STDs

In Australia, where there was widespread acceptance of the HPV vaccine, they are seeing significantly fewer cases of sexually transmitted infections.

Medical Research: Your Favorite Lipstick Could Be Poisonous

Researchers tested 32 lip products and discovered lead and other metals, some at worrisome levels.

Spinal Cord Rehab: Aggressive Texas Facility One of a Kind

A spinal cord injury is, no doubt, life changing; but at Project Walk Dallas, a non-profit rehab center, they take an aggressive and determined approach to recovery. It's unlike any other rehab or physical therapy facility in the entire country.

Women's Hair Loss Treatment

If you're a woman who is losing her hair, consider using men's hair growth products. They have a stronger concentration of the active ingredient.

Risks of Lotus At-Home Birthing Method

The at-home birthing method keeps the the umbilical cord connected to the baby until it falls off naturally, as many as 10 days later. Is is safe for mom and baby?

"Set It and Forget It" Birth Control Approved by FDA

The FDA recently approved a new "set it and forget it method," with the first new IUD to hit the U.S. market in more than 10 years. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains the risks and benefits of the Skyla IUD.

Hypnotherapy Treatment for Morning Sickness

Lisa is three months pregnant and says she suffers from severe morning sickness, but is leery about taking medication. As an alternative, Lisa tries hypnotherapy to ease her symptoms. Does it help?

Hydrotherapy for Menstrual Cramps

See how spending time in a hot tub can help soothe menstrual cramps.

AAP Puts Out Guidelines For Home Births

Dr. Kristi Watterberg from the American Academy of Pediatrics joins Marc and Alicia to discuss home birth safety.

Survivors Of Stalking

Full Segment: Stalking knows no color, gender, or sexuality. Men, women, gay, straight - anyone can be targeted. Stalking survivors recount the experience of fear and the lasting effects that can still be felt years later.

DOJ Appeals Plan B Age Limit

Full Segment: Under court pressure to eliminate age restrictions, the FDA will now allow 15 year olds to buy the morning-after pill over the counter. But will this or other half-measures last?

All About Areolas

Breasts come in all shapes, sizes and colors. Find out what's normal and what's not.

A Vibrating Vagina?

Michelle says she randomly feels vibrations in her lady parts. ABC News senior medical contributor, OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains.

Can Your Towel Make You Sick?

Can using the same towel to dry your face and nether regions make you sick?

Inside the Mind of a Sociopath

Sociopaths aren't just movie characters and mass murders. Turns out 1 in 25 people suffer from this disorder. Laci looks at what exactly it means to be a sociopath, and whether or not you have anything to fear.

Fat Is Failure

Full Segment: Can being fat ever be attractive? Not according to British TV personality Samantha Brick, who wrote a column on dieting that makes inflammatory claims about standards of beauty and weight obsession. Do her views apply here in the states too?

Hysterectomies May Increase Libido

Many women fear hysterectomies because the procedure is sometimes associated with negative side effects, such as hormonal imbalance and decreased sex drive. New research, however, shows hysterectomies may actually improve libido. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains how and why a hysterectomy is performed and whether it's better to undergo a robotic hysterectomy rather than a laparoscopic or vaginal hysterectomy.

Texas Center Is Dedicated to Caring for Women Enduring Menopause

A woman will spend about 1/3 of her life in menopause and one new Texas center is dedicated to helping women receive the best quality of life during that time.

The Truth Behind Surrogacy

Full Segment: There are many misconceptions about the dollars & cents involved in third-party reproduction. Treating infertility can be both expensive and emotionally difficult for couples in need. Surrogates and egg donors weigh in on joys and the obstacles.

Can Bras Cause Sagging?

A 15-year study in France showed that bras may actually promote breast sagging rather than prevent it. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon and OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson weigh in on the findings.

Elderly Women May Benefit from Routine Mammograms

Elderly women may benefit from routine mammograms.

Alcohol Could Increase the Risk For Breast Cancer

Alcohol consumption may increase a woman's risk of developing breast cancer but drinking does not appear to increase the risk of dying from the disease.

Sexual Activity Remains Low Among Young Teens

1% of 11 year-olds, and 2.5% of 12 year-olds report having sex.

Repeat Teen Births Increase, Especially in Latino Population

Teen birth rates are down but repeat teen birth rates are rising, particularly in the latino population. The CDC defines a repeat teen birth as two or more pregnancies before age 20.

Frequent Sex Is Linked to UTIs

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains why women are more prone to UTIs if they engage in frequent sex.

The Dangers of Severe Morning Sickness

A new study shows pregnant women with severe morning sickness are at increased risk for pre-eclampsia. The study found that women who need hospital treatment before 12 weeks are 20 percent more likely to suffer pre-eclampsia, which is high blood pressure and excess protein in the urine after 20 weeks of pregnancy. It usually occurs about 37 weeks. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains how pre-eclampsia affects the body.

That Song Stuck in Your Head

The Doctors can't seem to get Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" out of their heads. What causes a song to get stuck in your head and how can you make it go away?

Embryo's Face Seen Through Mother's Belly

An expectant mother in Britain captured the world's attention when she claimed that her baby's face was visible in her belly bump. See the photo in question and find out whether the mother's assertion was authentic, or simply an optical illusion.

Dementia Treatment Costs Top Heart Disease and Cancer

The annual cost of treating dementia tops that of heart disease and cancer. Experts estimate Americans spend more than $150 billion caring for people with the disease.

Breastfeeding Duration

New research shows breastfeeding longer than 12 months may increase a child's risk for iron deficiency.

High-Tech Mammography Debate

Is Computer-aided Detection (CAD) during mammography better at catching early and late stage breast cancers?

I Was Pregnant And Anorexic

For some women, pregnancy can trigger long dormant eating disorders. Other women become pregnant while still dealing with anorexia or other eating disorders. We speak with mothers about their journey towards healing and building healthy families. Guest Katie Parsons shares her story.

Anorexic Got Pregnant Despite Warnings To Avoid It

For some women, pregnancy can trigger long dormant eating disorders. Other women become pregnant while still dealing with anorexia or other eating disorders. Guest Jennifer Rhodes shares her story.

Pregnant With Anorexia

Full Segment: For some women, pregnancy can trigger long dormant eating disorders. Other women become pregnant while still dealing with anorexia or other eating disorders. We speak with mothers about their journey towards healing and building healthy families.

Why I Don't Want To Be Tested

Amy Boesky joins HuffPost Live and discusses why she chose not to be tested for the BRCA1 gene.

The Symptoms of a Transient Ischemic Attack

A transient ischemic attack (TIA) is often referred to as a mini-stroke, as it causes temporary neurologic dysfunction, sparked by a sudden loss of blood flow. TIA can happen to anyone at any age, and tends to be a warning sign for an impending stroke. Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, gives tips to recognize the symptoms of TIA.

Four Ways to End Hormone Blues

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson shares four ways to help balance your hormones.

Music Can Help Alzheimer's Patients Cope With the Disease

Music is helping some Alzheimer's patients cope with the disease.

How to Stop Your Period With Birth Control

Dr. Michelle Francis explains how to stop your period with birth control.

Dr. Michelle Francis on Contraception for Women

Dr. Michelle Francis talks about educating women about contraception.

PMS Present to Feel Good About Your Period

Ladies, look forward to your monthly visitor. Le Parcel tampon delivery company helps you celebrate that time of the month with a special delivery of tampons, chocolate and a mystery gift.

Female Cyclist Raises Awarness of Her Rare Neuromuscular Disease

A young Texas woman with a rare disease is working to bring attention to a rare neuromuscular disease with a bike ride despite losing her ability to walk.

Meet Larry and Jimmie Sue's Story

Larry was heartbroken when he learned Jimmie Sue, his wife of 57 years, had a kidney infection and needed a transplant.

Kidney Stone Pain

Patrick from San Jose, Calif., writes: I just recently passed a kidney stone and I have to admit the pain was excruciating. How could something so small cause so much pain?

Every Man's Worst Nightmare

Professional mixed martial arts fighter Ray Elbe describes how a romantic night with his girlfriend turned into a painful visit to the emergency room after he fractured his penis and tore his urinary tract while having sex.

How Kidneys Filter Your Blood

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains how the kidneys filter waste out of blood.

Larry's "Need Kidney 4 Wife" Sign Campaign

Larry, who is 78 years old, has walked more than 57 miles through upstate South Carolina wearing a sign that read, "Need kidney 4 wife." Since he began his search, Larry has received more than 600 phone calls, but he still hasn't found a qualified donor for Jimmie Sue. If you are inspired by Jimmie Sue's story and would like to see if you could be a blood and tissue match for her or for others, call the Medical University of South Carolina Transplant Center at 1-800-277-8687.

Mother Sues After Infant Dies At Midwifery Center

There was a 29% increase in home births between 2004 and 2009. While these births are becoming more popular, the risks to both mother and baby are still very serious. Guest Sara Snyder shares her story with host Nancy Redd.

After Losing Child, Mother Learned Midwife Had History Of Infant Deaths

There was a 29% increase in home births between 2004 and 2009. While these births are becoming more popular, the risks to both mother and baby are still very serious. Guest Bambi Chapman shares her story with host Nancy Redd.

Doctors Suggest Possible Cure for PMS

High iron and zinc intake can lead to a reduction or elimination of PMS.

New Hope For the Paralyzed with Schwann Cells

Using cells from the paralyzed to cure paralysis? Find out how a one of a kind trial could change the face of spinal cord research forever.

Documenting My Wife's Battle With Cancer

Angelo Merendino, a New York-based photographer, says the photo essay of his wife Jennifer's battle with breast cancer is an attempt to "humanize the face of cancer."

"I'm Thankful Something Good Has Come Out Of This"

Angelo Meredino joins HuffPost Live to discuss his photo essay of his wife's battle with cancer.

My Wife's Decision To Be Photographed

Angelo Meredino joins Mike to discuss his wife's decision to be photographed throughout her battle with cancer.

Dr. Lisa's Most Embarrassing Moment

Health professionals aren't immune to mortifying body moments. Dr. Lisa Masterson spills her story!

PCOS and Unusual Hair Growth

Dr. Lisa Masterson explains that unusual body hair may be a sign of a hormonal imbalance.

Study Shows Aspirin May Help Women Avoid Melanoma

An aspirin a day may help keep the skin cancer doctor away for women.

FDA Reviewed New Drugs For Menopause Symptoms

An FDA advisory panel recently reviewed data on two new drugs to treat hot flashes.

Postpartum Depression: Frontline Stories

Whether it's postpartum depression, anxiety or OCD, it's not just a case of the "baby blues" or a bout of insanity. It's time to get our postpartum facts straight. Katherine Stone and Jill Krause join HuffPost Live to share their own personal battles.

Postpartum Depression: How Do You Know?

How do you know if you have postpartum depression? What steps do you take when you find out you have it? The HuffPost Community weighs in on how to handle it.

Debunking Concussion Myths

As many as 10 Percent of athletes will experience a concussion in any given sports season. We debunk some of the most common concussion myths!

Women and Bariatric Surgery

Half of all gastric bypass surgeries are performed on women of child-bearing age. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson says female patients need to talk with their doctors before the surgery to address potential complications with birth control and pregnancies.

Treatment Options for Stress Incontinence

Wendy, a mother of three, loves to exercise but she's noticed that her bladder tends to leak when she's doing high-impact aerobics. "Is there a way to fix this, or help it because the whole Kegels thing is not quite cutting it?"

Bariatric Surgery Effectiveness and Effect on Women

A new study reports the number of bariatric surgeries has increased more than 800 percent in the past decade. There were more than 200,000 of the surgeries performed last year compared to 12,000 in 1998.

How Parkinson's Disease Affects the Body

E.R. Physician Dr. Travis Stork explains how Parkinson's disease upsets the balance of dopamine in the body, affecting movement and coordination and describes some of the early warning signs.

May May Ali Sets the Record Straight About Her Father Muhammad Ali

May May Ali, daughter of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, joins The Doctors to set the record straight about her father's health and share how her family is championing Parkinson's disease research.

Recent Advances in Parkinson's Treatment

Dr. Jeff Bronstein, director of movement disorders at UCLA, talks with May May Ali, daughter of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, about the latest research into what causes Parkinson's disease and how it is leading to advances in treatment.

Muhammad Ali's Amazing Life and Achievements

Since he stunned his fans when he announced he had Parkinson's disease in 1984, boxing legend Muhammad Ali has championed research efforts and inspired others with his winning attitude.

My Naked Secret: Show the Public Your Vulnerability

Laura has tubular breasts and is attempting to rebuild her self-confidence.

My Naked Secret: Underdeveloped Chest

Laura has tubular breasts and feels less of a woman because of her condition.

Higher Intake of Iron Can Make Women Less Prone to PMS

Women with a higher intake of iron are less prone to PMS.

Baby Dies of Herpes

A father reportedly infected his newborn with Herpes Simplex 1 after kissing him. The Doctors explain all you need to know about Herpes, especially when caring for babies.

Can Pregnancy Cause Your Feet to Grow?

Podiatrist Dr. Rondrick Williamson and OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explain why women's feet tend to grow a shoe size during pregnancy.

Rape Survivor Turns To Crowdfunding To Finish College

Nancy talks Alycia Bennett about her experience as a rape survivor and her plan for funding college.

Cancer Risk Factor: Breaking Down Breast Density

Across the country, several states are passing laws making it mandatory that women be notified they have it after getting a mammogram. Get the facts on a breast cancer risk factor that women can't do anything about.

This Woman Has the World's Biggest Hips

Mikel says she's known as the woman with the world's biggest hips, measuring 99 inches. Hear her story and why she says she's proud of her curves.

High Fashion Tips to Stay Healthy

From hair highlights to high-waisted jeans and more, get health tips for high fashion from OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson. Plus, find out how to select the perfect high heels for you!

The Dangers of High Calcium Levels for Women

The Doctors explain why too much or too little calcium, like any other vitamin or supplement, can have dangerous side effects.

Pineapple Probiotic Popsicle Recipe

The Doctors' "V-team" share a recipe for a probiotic pineapple popsicle for fragrant vaginal health.

The Vattooing Trend

Find out about the vattooing trend. It's a temporary tattoo spray airbrushed "down there." Is it safe?

Female Anatomy 101

The Doctors' "V-team" -- OB/GYNs Dr. Jennifer Ashton, Dr. Millie Behera and Dr. Lisa Masterson -- give you a crash course in the female anatomy.

The Audience Reaction to Tatyiana Kozevnikkova

Watch intimate gymnast and trainer Tatyiana Kozevnikkova, who holds the world record for lifting the most weight using her vaginal muscles.

Easy Kegel How-To

The Doctors' "V-team" discusses the benefits of Kegel exercises and show you an easy, "idiot-proof" way to do them.

Meet the V-Team for Women's Only TMI Tuesday

It's TMI Tuesday: Women's only edition. Meet The Doctor's "V-team" - OB/GYNS Dr. Lisa Masterson, Dr. Jennifer Ashton, author and senior medical contributor for ABC news and Dr. Millie Behera, co-medical director at Fertility Treatment Center in Scottsdale, Ariz.

A Different Kind of Mommy Makeover

Viewer Tessa says, "after three beautiful kids, things just aren't the same as they used to be down there. Bike riding, sex and even wearing tight pants can be uncomfortable so I'm considering getting surgery to tighten things up." She wants to know if labiaplasty surgery will affect sensation during intercourse and whether she would be able to have another child, if she wanted to. Dr. Anita Patel, a plastic surgeon who specializes in labiaplasty, demonstrates how the surgery is performed.

Tatyiana Kozevnikkova Shows Her Record-Setting Vaginal Exercise

In a video available on the internet only, intimate gymnast and trainer Tatyiana Kozevnikkova holds the world-record for lifting the most weight using her vaginal muscles.

How Does a Double Uterus Happen?

Shaye was born with two female reproductive systems. She asks: "How did this even happen? Is it something genetic?" OB/GYN Dr. Millie Behera explains that about one in 3,000 women have a double uterus.

The Uterus Is a Baby-Making Machine

OB/GYN Dr. Allison Hill explains how women's reproductive organs work, describing the uterus as an "ultra-elastic baby-making machine."

Is a V-Steam Healthy?

Learn about vaginal-steaming, an ancient Korean remedy for vaginal health.

Feminine Discharge Wheel

See The Doctors' discharge wheel and learn what is normal and when you need to see a doctor when it comes to your vaginal discharge.

Fact or Fiction: Female Discharge

The Doctors' "V-team" sets the record straight on what's fact and what's fiction when it comes to the female body. Fact or fiction: The average woman produces nine cups of discharge per year.

Fact or Fiction: Yeast Infections

The Doctors' "V-team" sets the record straight on what's fact and what's fiction when it comes to the female body. Fact or fiction? Yeast infections are a sign of poor hygiene?

Female Fact or Fiction: A Woman's Hymen

The Doctors' "V-team" sets the record straight on what's fact and what's fiction when it comes to the female body. Fact or fiction? Your hymen will bleed when you lose your virginity.

Proud Labiaplasty Patient

Frances, who appeared on the TLC special "Plastic Wives," explains why she decided to have a labiaplasty and shares how the surgery changed her life.

The 411 on Postpartum Bleeding

Get the 411 on postpartum bleeding and how it varies from person to person.

Recovering from a C-Section

Resting is one of most vital things you can do to help heal after a C-section. Watch to find out what else is important for a healthy and speedy recovery from TheBump.com.

Rare Disorder Leaves a Teenager Stiff and Unable to Move Correctly

A rare disorder has robbed one young woman of her dancing ability... but not her spirit. Karin Johnson reports.

Bullied to Death

On March 2, 2013, 12-year-old Bailey O'Neill was taken off life support after health complications that allegedly occurred from a schoolyard altercation. Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears sits down with Bailey's dad, Rob, in an exclusive interview on the final days of his son's life.

Deadly Danger of Seizures

On March 2, 2013, 12-year-old Bailey O'Neill was taken off life support after health complications that allegedly occurred from a schoolyard altercation. Neurosurgeon Dr. Neil Martin discusses how Bailey's alleged attack could have damaged his brain and resulted in his death.

Are Romance Novels Bad For You?

Studies say reading romance novels may be bad for your mental health.

Why Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Can Be Mistaken for a Stroke

Actress Jessica Alba reportedly mistook carpal tunnel symptoms for a stroke. Spine specialist Dr. Justin Paquette explains the difference, and why confusion can occur.

U.S. Women Dying Earlier

A new study shows women 75 and younger are dying at higher rates than previous years in certain parts of the country, a disturbing trend that experts can't explain.

Study Shows Lifespan Decline For Some U.S. Women

A new study shows women 75 and younger are dying at higher rates than previous years in certain parts of the country, a disturbing trend that experts can't explain. Dr. David Kindig and Erika Cheng join Mike to talk about the study.

Study Suggests That Larger Breasts May Mean Shorter Life

Learn why research suggests having a bigger bust may lead to an earlier death.

Living With Central Pain Syndrome: Scott's Story

In honor of Rare Illness Day, we'll discuss a debilitating neurological disease, Central Pain Syndrome, that experts say millions have but don't know it has a name. Joining Nacy Redd to discuss are guests Scott and Karen Davis.

Central Pain Syndrome: Rare Disease Often Goes Undiagnosed

In honor of Rare Illness Day, we'll discuss a debilitating neurological disease, Central Pain Syndrome, that experts say millions have but don't know it has a name. Joining Nacy Redd to discuss are guests Louise Mowder and Dr. Forest Tennant.

Leeza Gibbons Discusses Alzheimer's Disease

Talk show host, author and philanthropist Leeza Gibbons recalls her feelings when her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's and explains how her foundation has helped honor her family and many others.

Some Women Risk Memory Problems After Menopause

A woman's blood may indicate if she's at an increased risk of memory problems after menopause.

Sports Injury Physiotherapy at Home

Some sports injuries don’t require medical treatment. Find out about home treatments and what RICE therapy actually is.

Sports Injury Physiotherapy at Home

Some sports injuries don't require medical treatment. Find out about home treatments and what RICE therapy actually is.

The Dial-a-Diagnosis Parkinson's Voice Initiative

Tremors, trouble walking, stiff and achy muscles; there are many unmistakable signs of Parkinson's. Now, researchers are looking at another symptom that could help diagnose the disease with a phone call. "It's a learning experience every time," Parkinson's patient, Richard Bailey, told Ivanhoe. "Yea, I didn't know what was causing it," Parkinson's patient, David Akins, "We are discovering new things about how Parkinson's affects the voice".

The Gold Standard: Fixing Aortic Aneurysms

A doctor is using a little gold and a little ingenuity to help treat a deadly problem. Find out how he's fixing aortic aneurysms and how his work could have a big impact on patients.

Brian's Breakthrough: Repairing Paralyzed Nerves

Your body is made of 214 major nerves. If one of them dies or is torn apart, it can mean paralysis. Find out how doctors are replacing and repairing nerves, and getting amazing results.

Vaginal Skin Punch Biopsy Results

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson answers a question one viewer finds so embarrassing, she asks it under the alias "Val." Val says she experiences severe burning and itching "down there" and suspects it's eczema. Dr. Lisa performs a punch biopsy to determine the source of Val's condition. Hear the results.

Punch Biopsy For Eczema "Down There"

While eczema can occur on many parts of the body, OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson takes a punch biopsy of Val's skin to determine if the condition is benign.

Dark, Scaly Vaginal Skin Biopsy

Nathalie asks dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee why she has dark, scaly skin on her fingers and toes. Dr. Lee tests Nathalie's skin. See the results.

Eczema Down There?

The common skin condition can be found on all parts of the body.

FDA Approves Powerful New Breast-Cancer Drug

The FDA on Friday approved a powerful new type of drug from Roche to treat breast cancer. WSJ's Jennifer Corbett Dooren joins The News Hub with a look at what this means for patients, and some insight into the drug approval process.

Kim Kardashian's Pregnancy and Weight Gain

The Doctors discuss Kim Kardashian's pregnancy and her concerns regarding weight gain.

Does The Fertility Industry Have A Racial Bias?

A HuffPost blogger performed a study that concluded fertility care is only being marketed to white moms. Does this practice discourage minority parents? Guests Prof. Jim Hawkins and Aisha Durham give their takes.

Fertility Care Bias

Full Segment: A HuffPost blogger performed a study that concluded fertility care is only being marketed to white moms. Does this practice discourage minority parents?

Rating the Pros and Cons of Robotic-Assisted Hysterectomies

Researchers find substantial increase in robot-assisted hysterectomy. Is there a benefit to patients?

Ground-Breaking Study Looks at the Timing of Spinal Injury Treatment

New study reveals that the sooner spinal surgery occurs, the faster the recovery.

Molly Bears: Healing a Mother's Broken Heart

More than half a million women suffer a miscarriage of stillbirth each year. Now one woman is helping to heal the broken hearts one little bear at a time.

Estrogen Therapies to Fight Brain Aneurysms

Researchers are taking a closer look at how a major change in women's lives could be putting them at a higher risk for the scary condition, and if estrogen therapies could help protect them from brain aneurysms.

Caffeine Consumption and Leaky Bladder

Could drinking too much caffeine cause a serious bladder problem?

Janne's and Susan's Story

Janne was a "guys' guy" and Georgetown University football player when he met Susan - a young woman with a promising career in finance. The two fell in love and enjoyed being active together, until a tragic accident left Janne paralyzed, changing the couple's life forever.

Janne and Susan's Ultimate Love Lesson

Janne and Susan fell in love and enjoyed being active together, until a tragic accident left Janne paralyzed, changing the couple's life forever. Now, more than six years later, Janne and Susan are married and not only helping Janne regain control of his legs, but others who've suffered spinal cord injuries.

Janne's Injury and Rehabilitation

in 2006, a tragic accident left Janne paralyzed. E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains Janne's spinal cord injury. Plus, how Janne and wife, Susan, are helping others with similar injuries.

The Parkinson's Voice Test Initiative

Can you hear a disease over the phone? Find out how your voice could become an important diagnostic tool.

Eating More Calories Earlier in Day Is Better for Weight Loss

A new study suggests eating most of our calories earlier in the day may be more effective for weight loss.

Women with the BRCA Gene at Risk of Early Menopause

Women who carry the BRCA breast cancer gene are at risk of early menopause.

Bullied For Looking Pregnant

An 11-year old girl was bullied at school for looking pregnant before discovering an 18-pound ovarian tumor.

Treatment Options for Alzheimer's Patients

Is there a cure for Alzheimer's? Find out about treatment for Alzheimer's and how the medication works.

How the GirlTalk Foundation Helps Girls

Learn about GirlTalk, the foundation Dr. Rachael Ross and her sister created to help teach girls in their hometown of Gary, Ind., health and life skills.

What Is Dementia?

There are currently 800,000 people with dementia. So what is dementia? Find out what this set of diseases are and their symptoms and causes.

What Are the Symptoms of Alzheimers?

Alzheimer's is by fart the most common type of dementia, but do you know the warning signs. Watch to find out about the symptoms of Alzheimer's and when you should visit the doctor.

What Is Alzheimer's Disease?

Around 800,000 people suffer from dementia in the UK. But what is Alzheimer's and what are its symptoms?

Christina Applegate's Right Action For Women

Emmy Award-winning actress and breast cancer survivor Christina Applegate discusses how her foundation, Right Action for Women, educates women and provides aid to high-risk individuals who do not have health insurance or the financial flexibility to cover the high costs associated with breast screenings.

Study Shows Alzheimer's Numbers Will Triple

Do the math and you'll be overwhelmed at the numbers Alzheimer's patients, increasing daily. Now a new study offers a prediction for just how bad it will be and who needs to wake up before their memory goes. Since 1993, Rush University Medical Center researchers have followed thousands of Chicagoans - all 65 and older - from four different neighborhoods. The task - take a snap shot of the baby boomer generation today.

The Docs' Favorite Triplets

See what The Doctors' favorite triplets Erica, Nicole and Jaclyn have been up to!

The McGhee Sextuplets

High school sweethearts Mia and Rozonno were blessed with a true miracle times 6!

The Wilkinson Quintuplets

At 21 1/2 pounds, these quints hold the record as the heaviest set ever born.

The IMSWAY Roadmap for Hysterectomies

It's the second most common surgery performed on women in the U.S. and every surgeon has his or her own way of doing it! See how one doctor is trying to change that.

Study Shows Working Moms Are Healthier

A study finds full-time working mothers are mentally and physically healthier at age 40 than moms who stay home or work part-time.

Obamacare a Boost for Women's Health

That controversial provision of President Obama's health care law requiring employers to provide free contraception to female employees goes into effect today.

Birth After 40 May Have a Distinct Benefit

Women who give birth after age 40 may be protected from endometrial cancer.

Hormone Therapy Increases Risk for High BP

New research finds postmenopausal women taking hormone replacement pills are at an increased risk of developing high blood pressure.

Weight Loss and Menopause

Women who lose weight by eating a low fat diet may reduce or eliminate unpleasant symptoms of menopause.

Recent Study Says Exercise Does Not Worsen Menopause

Exercise does not make hot flashes worse, in fact it could help menopausal women says a recent study.

Hormone Therapy May Do More Harm Than Good

The latest evidence shows hormone replacement therapy does more harm than good.

Hormone Replacement Therapy Benefits and Side Effects

The US Preventive Services Task Force says hormone replacement therapy causes more harm than good in most cases, and is recommending against treatment.

Moderate Drinking Can Lower Risk of Stroke in Women

A new study finds light-to-moderate alcohol consumption can lower the risk of stroke among women.

Soy Supplement's Effect on Post Menopausal Women

A new study finds soy supplements don't have any impact - positive or negative - on the mental abilities of postmenopausal women.

Possible Causes of Fatigue in Women

Dr. Nancy Snyderman talks with Natalie Morales as part of "Today's Daily Dose" focusing on women and fatigue.

Robotic Tubal Ligation Reversal Procedure

About 1 million women undergo a tubal ligation every year... ending the chance of having a baby. Some 10% will change their mind and many of them will have surgery to reverse the procedure.

Bad Habits Reduce Your Life Expectancy

Each day Over indulging can take hours off of your life according to a recent medical study.

The Endless Costs of Alzheimer Care

Kiplinger talks to families about the staggering costs of Alzheimer's care, and offers expert advice on financial planning before and after a diagnosis of the devastating disease.

Is Getting Pregnant The 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Of Women's Rights?

Facebook's COO Sheryl Sandberg, recently suggested that employers should be able to ask female employees about their family plans, but is it their business?

Female CEO: Sheryl Sandberg Shouldn't Expect Women To Admit Pregnancy Plans

Facebook's COO Sheryl Sandberg, recently suggested that employers should be able to ask female employees about their family plans, but is it their business?

Innovations Let Obese Patients Have Surgery

Many procedures become more complicated with obese patients. Anne Marie Tiernon reports on how doctors are making innovative accommodations so patients can get the surgery they need.

Common Breast Cancer Risks and Long Term Survival

Women who have the most common -- but least aggressive -- form of breast cancer are still at an increased risk for death years later.

Obese Women Face Increased Risk for Breast Cancer

Obese women with breast cancer face a 30% increased risk for their disease returning, and a 50% increased risk of death.

Exercise May Reduce Risk for Breast Cancer

Mild exercise can help reduce the risk for developing breast cancer.

Obesity May Affect Hormonal Breast Cancer Treatment

Women who are obese may respond differently to hormonal breast cancer treatments.

The Real Truth About Cellulite

Dr. Nancy Snyderman, Chief Medical Editor of NBC News, explains what causes cellulite and the positive spin you can put on it. Part of the series Mondays with Marlo on MarloThomas.com

Dr. Nancy Snyderman With Marlo Thomas

Dr. Nancy Snyderman sits down with Marlo Thomas to answer all your health questions. Part of the series Mondays With Marlo on MarloThomas.com

Shocking Your Brain for a Memory Boost

CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Sanjay Gupta joins The Doctors to discuss a shock treatment that could boost your brain power.

Protein in the Intestines May Be the Key to Parkinson's

While a lot of Parkinson's research is based on the brain, one study is focusing on an unexpected part of the body. How a discovery inside the guts could be revolutionary.

3D Technology Is Helping Mammograms Effectiveness

A new type of mammogram the images breast tissue in 3D is helping doctors find even small tumors. That's helping doctors be more accurate so they can diagnose cancer earlier and save lives.

New Procedure Uses Fat Cells to Enhance Breasts

Breast cancer survivors that need reconstructive surgery (or women seeking cosmetic breast enhancement) may benefit from a new procedure that uses breast fat stem cells to enhance breasts and provide a more natural look than implants.

One-Year Seems an Effective Length For Herceptin Treatment

New research confirms treating breast cancer survivors with Herceptin for one year is the most effective length of time for the medication.

North Texas Choir Supports Breast Cancer

This year, a special group of women will motivate the crowd at a Texas Race for the Cure event. Sara Story explains why a North Texas choir is warming up for race day.

Broccoli Could Help Combat Breast Cancer

A compound in broccoli and brussels sprouts may help combat a very aggressive form of breast cancer.

New Breast Imaging Tech More Accurate Diagnosing Breast Cancer

New breast imaging technology can more accurately diagnose breast cancer, especially for women with dense breast tissue.

Future Vaccine May Prevent Breast Cancer

A preventative breast cancer vaccine developed by the Cleveland Clinic has been 100% effective in mice... but a lack of funding is holding back researchers from conducting human trials.

African Americans At Higher Risk of Death from Breast Cancer

Black women appear to have higher death rates the first several years after being diagnosed with breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Knows No Age Limit

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and one woman shares her story as a reminder that the disease knows no age limit.

Mother Survives Breast Cancer

Mother undergoes chemo treatment, after her own mother's death inspired her to get a mammogram.

Good Friends Could Mean the Difference in Breast Cancer Survival

Survival is more likely in breast cancer patients who have high-quality personal relationships in their lives.

Nearly Half of Women Avoid Mammograms

Nearly 70% of women say they'll get a mammogram, but research shows barely over half of woman at high risk actually got the exam.

Doctors and Survivors Are Working to Cure Breast Cancer

Survivors and doctors are working hard for a cure to breast cancer. Robyn Haines spoke with one survivor who is making difference and the team of doctors researching triple negative and drug-resistant breast cancer.

African American Women Die in Higher Numbers from Breast Cancer

African American women continue to die in higher numbers from breast cancer.

Dr. Nancy Discusses Breast Cancer Patients Who Choose to Shave Their Hair

Dr. Nancy Snyderman talks to Ann Curry about how some women are taking control of their cancer treatment by shaving their heads instead of losing their hair to chemotherapy.

Nearly 70% of Breast Cancer Patients Elect to Remove Both Breasts

A new study highlights the important role peace of mind plays in major health decisions.

Obesity Linked to MS in Girls

Study finds link between childhood obesity and MS in children and teenage girls.

How Surgical Menopause Affects Memory

Researchers look at whether surgical menopause affects memory and thinking skills.

Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence

Should all women of childbearing age be screened for domestic violence? A new recommendation for health care providers.

Battling Breast Cancer

Lumpectomy with radiation versus mastectomy New study compares treatments and survival rates.

Diahann Carroll Discusses Breast Cancer

Actress Diahann Carroll opens up about winning her battle with breast cancer. Hear why she says her diagnosis was a life lesson.

Botox Can Help Incontinence in Women

Botox injections to the bladder is an effective treatment for urinary incontinence in women.

A Woman's Personality Determines How Much She Drinks

How much alcohol a college woman drinks may depend on her personality.

Discover Women's Risk of Heart Attacks

Rosie O'Donnell's recent heart attack has shined a spotlight on women and heart disease. 1 in 4 American women will die from it. Dr. Frank McGeorge has some surprising information for women.

Increase Death Risks for Moms Who've Lost a Child

Researchers found that the death of a child had a big impact on the mother's mortality rate. The first two years after losing a child are key.

Experimental Vaccine for Cervical Cancer Appears Successful

Researchers are reporting success at an experimental vaccine intended to fight cervical cancer once it has developed.

Healthy Lifestyles Improve Elderly Female Cancer Survival

Living a healthy lifestyle improves life expectancy of elderly females who survive cancer.

How Menopause Affects Your Metabolism and Change Your Body

While women go through menopause, their body can change shape, and their metabolism can change as well. New research focuses on this shift in estrogen.

Genetic Sequencing Helps Twins with Dystonia

Twins diagnosed with dopamine-responsive dystonia find their condition worsened when they got older.

Pap Smears Decreasing Among Women at Low Risk for Cancer

Cervical cancer screenings are decreasing among women at low risk for the disease.

Some Women Can Suffer Memory Problems During Menopause

A new study finds many women suffer from memory problems in early post menopause.

HPV Cancers Are on the Rise

HPV related cancers are on the rise ... signaling not enough girls are getting the HPV vaccine.

Getting Pregnant After Weight Loss Surgery

Women should wait at least one year after a weight loss surgery before getting pregnant.

Treating Menopause Symptoms with Herbal Meds

Herbal and other complimentary medicines are as effective as HRT in treating symptoms of menopause.

Surveys List Top Diets for People Trying to Lose Weight

Surveys listed the top diet apps for weight loss seekers.

High Protein Diets May Increase Heart Disease in Women

High protein, low carb diets may increase the risk of heart disease in women.

Why Can't I Get Pregnant?

Dr. Hillary Goldsher discusses the heartbreaking of work of trying to become pregnant over a long period of time. You can overcome the disappointment of marginal fertility. Connect with Dr. Hillary Goldsher http://www.yourtango.com/experts/DrHillaryGoldsher Find more from Dr. Goldsher at www.Dr.HillaryGoldsher.com YourTango is your source for smart talk about love, sex, dating and relationships.

Health Questions from USA Olympians

USA Beach Volleyball Olympians Jennifer Kessy and April Ross ask about ways they can reduce the risk for breast cancer, as both athletes have a family history with the disease.

Ask Dr. Lisa: Preeclampsia and PCOS

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains preeclampsia, or high blood pressure during pregnancy, which is often associated with PCOS.

Living with SCDS

Can you hear your heart beat? What about your stomach growling or air flowing in and out of your lungs? The constant functioning of our organs generally goes unnoticed, but it was a different story for Karrie who suffered from a rare condition called semicircular canal dehiscence syndrome (SCDS.)

SCDS Surgery Explained

Neurosurgeon Dr. Issac Yang performed brain surgery on Karrie to treat her semicircular canal dehiscence syndrome, a condition where you can hear the organs working inside your body.

Cranberries Have Health Benefits

Cranberry products can lower the risk for urinary tract infections, according to new research.

Cranberry Juice Does Not Prevent Bladder Infections

Cranberry juice has not been found to prevent bladder infections.

Botox Has Become an Unlikely Treatment For Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is an embarrassing condition that affects millions of Americans, many of them women. Now there's an unlikely treatment option.

Should Pregnant Women Worry About the Flu Shot?

In health news tonight: an answer for pregnant women who've been asking if there's any risk in getting a flu shot this year, with the flu so far having spread to 47-States.

Portable Scanner Detects Early Signs of Bleeding in the Brain

The Infrascanner Model 2000 aims to diagnose brain injury early. The noninvasive scanner will access victims of a traumatic brain injury, or TBI. Created by Infrascan, the device looks for any bleeding on the brain.

How to Cope With Razor Itch

Nancy, 33, says, "A few hours after I shave my legs they itch like crazy! It's always a delayed reaction and I can't stop scratching. What can I do?"

Recurring Breast Fibroids

Debra, 43, says she has recurring breast fibroids and asks OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson what's causing them.

The Myth of Pregnancy Skin

Stephanie, 29, says her skin clears up during pregnancy. How can she have clear skin when she isn't carrying?

Food and Breast Tenderness

Can food affect breast tenderness?

Why Your Cramps Are Worse

Alynxia, 26, asks why some women have worse cramps than others.

Common Cervical Cancer Symptoms

Colposcopy specialist Marianne Wood outlines the possible cervical cancer symptoms.

The Importance of Weight Loss for Women

Dr. Miriam Nelson talks about the need for women to learn the importance of losing weight and getting healthy.

Tips to Prevent Osteoporosis

Learn ways to prevent Osteoporosis with Dr. Miriam Nelson.

What Is Stroke Rehabilitation?

After a stroke, there are many questions stroke patients will want answering. This video addresses questions such as 'how long does rehabilitation take?' and 'can I drive after a stroke?'

What Is a Stroke?

hat is a stroke and what are the causes? Is there anything you can do to reduce your risk? Find out with Streamingwell.

What Are the Symptoms of a Stroke?

How can you tell if someone is having a stroke? What signs and symptoms of a stroke should you look out for?

Aspirin May Help Brain Function

Low doses of aspirin may protect brain function -- at least in women at risk for heart disease.

"Cutting" Out Chronic Headaches After Concussions

Along with the possibility of brain damage, each year millions of athletes who suffer concussions could face another painful problem. Find out what's bringing them relief.

Young Epilepsy Research Division

Watch this video to find out what does the Young Epilepsy Center do in the research field and how this helps young epilepsy sufferers.

Young Epilepsy Explained

Watch this video to find out what is the Young Epilepsy Center and how it helps young epilepsy sufferers.

Living With Epilepsy

What is epilepsy and how does it affect young people? Watch to find out how Young Epilepsy helps patients.

Red Wine Impacts Brain Degeneration

Doctors have just opened a study looking at whether a compound found in wine and red grapes can prevent brain aging and possibly stop degenerative diseases like alzheimers from worsening.

Cognitive Decline in Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment

Older adults with a condition called "amnestic mild cognitive impairment" may have a higher risk for early death.

Breaking Research on Alzheimer's Disease Prevalence

New report shows 1 in 7 Alzheimer's patients live alone.

Understanding the Alzheimer's Gene

Researchers in Iceland have found a gene that appears to prevent the development of Alzheimer's disease.

U.S. National Plan to Treat Alzheimer's

The Obama Administration has set a deadline of 2025 to find effective ways to treat and perhaps delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease.

Using Alzheimer's Drugs Longer May Be Helpful

Longer use of a common Alzheimer's drug may benefit patients.

Omega-3 May Not Prevent Dementia

Omega-3 fish oil supplements may do nothing to prevent memory problems.

Teenager Talks About Living With Huntington's Disease

Terry Leach, a teenager with Huntington's disease, and his family talk to reporter Greg Bledsoe about living with the disease and how Terry exceeds expectations every day.

Robert Bazell Reports on Alzheimers

On the brink of becoming an epidemic, the United States declares war on Alzheimer's. And now there is also news of an experimental new weapon that could help prevent the devastating disease.

Many Alzheimers Patients Live Alone

The number of people battling Alzheimer's disease is growing... and the costs are rising just as dramatically. Many patients are left without a safety net or family support.

Walking Speed Could Determine Dementia Risk

How fast you walk could be an indicator of your risk for early dementia.

Preventing Bladder Infections

Urologic surgeon Dr. Vance Moss explains how to prevent bladder infections.

Robert Bazell Reports on a New Alzheimer's Drug

Robert Bazell reports on a promising new treatment for one of the biggest challenges out there: Alzheimer's.

Plaque Buildup Linked to Alzheimer's Risk

A new study suggests plaque build-up in your brain may be more harmful than having the Alzheimer's gene.

Mind Games Effective at Slowing Alzheimer's

Could playing online games like Words with Friends and Song Pop give you a boost in brain power, or instead be a brain drain? Erika Edwards talks to Alzheimer's disease experts about social media games.

Robert Bazell Reports on Alzheimers

Five and a half million Americans are already are living with Alzheimer's disease, and now scientists have made a disturbing but important discovery about how the brain changes leading to Alzheimer's begin decades before any symptoms.

Gingko Biloba Won't Help Prevent Alzheimer's

Taking ginkgo biloba supplements does nothing to protect the elderly from developing Alzheimer's disease.

Coping with the Dementia Stigma

A majority of dementia patients and their loved ones say they feel stigmatized by others, according to a new report from the Alzheimer's Association.

Alzheimer's Disease Report

New report on Alzheimer's explains the research in the field.

Age Plays Into Alzheimer's Aggression

People who are diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease late in life may have a less aggressive form of the disease.

Helping Patients of Alzheimer's Walk

Subtle changes in how a person walks could be an early sign of Alzheimer's disease.

Power of Attornery Important When Being Cared For

When the time comes for a friend to step in and care for you, it's important to have power of attorney to keep financial accounts open.

Risk For Alzheimer's Highest in Hispanics and African Americans

Hispanics and African Americans at highest risk for developing Alzheimer's.

Plaque in Brain Helps Doctors Detect Alzheimer's Sooner

Alzheimer's can be detected early via an increase of plaque in the brain. New technology allows doctors to find this sooner.

Woman Is Diagnosed With Alzheimer's at Only 53

Early onset Alzheimers affects 5.4 million Americans under the age of 65, but doctors have found exercise can help to slow young onset Alzheimers. Marianne Favro spoke with one woman who was diagnosed at 53.

Flu-Like Symptoms and Pregnancy

I had flu-like symptoms right before I found out I was pregnant. Did I actually have the flu or is this a common phenomenon at the onset of pregnancy?

Period Problems

Researchers compare traditional medications to a hormone-releasing IUD in the treatment of heavy bleeding.

Annual OBGYN Visit

New guidelines urge women to visit their OB-GYN for a wellness visit each year, even though yearly pap smears are no longer recommended for most women.

Binge Drinking Is 'Double-Edged Sword' For Women

According to new report released Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a telephone survey of 278,243 female respondents showed that, in 2011, 12.5 percent of women over the age of 18 engaged in binge drinking.

Recovering Female Binge-Drinker: I Drank Until I Couldn't Function

Guest Maggie Barber shares her personal story on binge drinking.

More Than Half of Dogs and Cats Are Overweight

More than half of cats and dogs are overweight and those extra pounds could be shortening the life span of your pet.

The Illegal Phenomenon of Maternity Mansions

Pregnant Chinese women are reportedly traveling to the U.S. to give birth at illegally-run "maternity mansions."

La Toya Jackson on Her Father's Stroke

Singer, songwriter and one of nine siblings of the iconic Jackson family, La Toya Jackson, joins E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork and OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson to discuss her father's recent stroke.

Hormone Highs and Lows

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains the importance of regulating hormone levels throughout different stages of life to prevent cancer and other health hazards.

Dr. Richard Besser Speaks About Hillary Clinton's Blood Clot

ABC News' Dr. Richard Besser spoke to INSIDE EDITION about Hillary Clinton's blood clot.

Blame It On Menopause

Menopausal women suffer from hot flashes, mood swings, and night sweats. Now this mid-life transition is linked to memory loss. How do you rebound from menopause?

My WORST Hot Flash Story

Leigh Anne Jasheway joins Abby to share her worst, most embarrassing hot flash experience.

Experiencing Menopause For The First Time

Ellen Dolgen joins Abby to discuss what it was like when she first began experiencing symptoms of menopause.

Pre-Pregnancy Drinking Risks

Should you stop drinking before you get pregnant? OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains why you may not want to imbibe while you're trying to conceive.

Pregnancy Alert: Health Threats That Linger

Weather you just gave birth or whether baby is now 25, the health issues when you are pregnant could still put you at risk for other conditions throughout your life.

How Childbirth Affects Lady Parts

After delivering a baby naturally, does a woman's vagina return to its original size? OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson has the answer.

Are Epidurals Bad For The Baby? From Dr. Lauren Streicher

Are epidurals bad for my baby? Find out the answer to this important question from Dr. Lauren Streicher. She is a Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University's medical school, The Feinberg School of Medicine, in Chicago, and author of the Essential Guide to Hysterectomy. Part of the series, Mondays with Marlo, right here on MarloThomas.com.

How To Recognize Menopause, from Dr. Lauren Streicher

We've all heard a lot about it, but how can we recognize when we're beginning to go through menopause ourselves? Hear the answer from Dr. Lauren Streicher, a Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University's medical school, The Feinberg School of Medicine, in Chicago, and author of the Essential Guide to Hysterectomy. Part of the series, Mondays with Marlo, right here on MarloThomas.com.

Three Essentials For Women's Healthcare, from Dr. Lauren Streicher

Find out the three most important healthcare essentials every woman should know. Hear from Dr. Lauren Streicher, a Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University's medical school, The Feinberg School of Medicine, in Chicago, and author of the Essential Guide to Hysterectomy. See the rest of Dr. Streicher's Mondays with Marlo, right here on MarloThomas.com.

Healthcare Mistakes Women Make, from Dr. Lauren Streicher

What are the most common healthcare mistakes women make? Hear the answer from Dr. Lauren Streicher, a Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University's medical school, The Feinberg School of Medicine, in Chicago, and author of the Essential Guide to Hysterectomy. Watch the rest of Dr. Streicher's Mondays with Marlo, right here on MarloThomas.com.

Dr. Lauren Streicher With Marlo Thomas

Hear from Dr. Lauren Streicher, a Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University's medical school, The Feinberg School of Medicine, in Chicago, and author of the Essential Guide to Hysterectomy. See the rest of Dr. Streicher's Mondays with Marlo, right here on MarloThomas.com

New Revisions for the Pregnancy Weight Guidelines

When a mom-to-be starts out overweight, how many pounds should she put on for a healthy baby?

What Is Aka Abhyanga Body Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of Aka Abhyanga massage.

Ayurvedic Body Massage Vs Swedish Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the difference between Ayurvedic, Swedish and Deep Tissue massage.

How to Use Massage Oil in an Ayurvedic Body Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of using massage oil.

Basic Ayurvedic Body Massage Strokes

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of massage strokes.

How to Prepare for an Ayurvedic Body Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of preparing yourself for a massage.

Ayurvedic Massage Expert: Lara Narayani Golland

Lara Narayani Golland shows you the bascis of Ayurvedic body massage.

What Is Panchakarma

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of Panchakarma.

How to Give a Deep Tissue Neck Massage

Meagan Holub demonstrates how to massage the neck using the deep tissue massage techniques.

How to Give a Deep Tissue Neck Massage

Meagan Holub demonstrates how to massage the neck using the deep tissue massage techniques.

How to Give a Deep Tissue Shoulder Massage

Learn how to massage the shoulders using the deep tissue massage techniques demonstrated by Meagan Holub.

Deep Tissue Massage Vs Swedish Massage

Meagan Holub explains the difference between a deep tissue massage and a Swedish massage.

Expert Massage Therapist Meagan Holub

Licensed massage therapist Meagan Holub, talks about stone massage therapy.

How to Prepare the Space for an Ayurvedic Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of preparing the space for an Ayurvedic body massage.

Ancient Science of Ayurvedic Body Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the ancient science of Ayurveda.

Finding an Ayurvedic Massage Center

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of finding an Ayurvedic massage center and masseur.

About Ayurvedic Spa Treatments

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of Ayurvedic spa treatments.

4-Handed Ayurvedic Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of 4 handed massage.

How to Massage the Front of the Legs With Ayurveda

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of massaging the fronts of the legs.

How to Give an Ayurvedic Hand Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of hand massage.

What Is Panchakarma

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of Panchakarma.

The Doshas Explained

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of the Doshas.

What Is a Marma Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of Marma Massage.

How to Give a Back Massage With Ayurveda

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of an Ayurvedic back massage (part 1).

How to Prepare for an Ayurvedic Body Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of preparing yourself for a massage.

Basic Ayurvedic Body Massage Strokes

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of massage strokes.

How to Use Massage Oil in an Ayurvedic Body Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of using massage oil.

Ayurvedic Body Massage Vs Swedish Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the difference between Ayurvedic, Swedish and Deep Tissue massage.

What Is Aka Abhyanga Body Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of Aka Abhyanga massage.

How to Give an Ayurvedic Baby Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of baby Ayurvedic massage.

The 3 Kinds of Touch in Ayurvedic Body Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the 3 kinds of touch.

Self-Healing Massage Ayurvedic Techniques

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of self-healing massage.

How to Give an Ayurvedic Foot Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of a foot massage.

The Health Benefits of Ayurvedic Body Massage

Ayurvedic massage expert, Lara Narayani Golland, shows you the basics of the health benefits of Ayurveda for the body.

Black Women & Obesity

Full Segment: African-American women have the highest obesity rate of any demographic, yet many aren't bothered by this statistic. Is African-American culture responsible?

Removing Uterine Fibroids in Women Over 60

When fibroids cause pain or other problems, doctors traditionally recommend hysterectomies to remove the uterus and more than 200,000 hysterectomies are performed each year for this. Menopause doesn't shrink fibroids. Uterine artery embolization or UAE is safe, simple, cost-effective, with no lengthy hospital stays, symptom relief is immediate and no cutting, general anesthesia and less downtime keep your uterus, too.

Causes for Severe Morning Sickness

The world is abuzz with news that England's new princess is expecting a baby; however, the celebratory announcement came on the heels of a serious incident. On December 3, 2012, the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, was hospitalized for hyperemesis gravidarum, or severe morning sickness. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains that three out of four pregnant women will experience some degree of morning sickness during their first trimester. Learn what triggers the condition and how to avoid it.

Pumps and Bunnies: The Keys to Cerebral Palsy

Imagine being trapped in your own body-knowing what you want to do, but not being able to do it! Movement disorders affect up to 72-million Americans. Now, new treatments are helping some of them live better lives

Women's Heart Attack Risk Factors You Should Know

Heart disease is the number one cause of death for women. It kills more people than all the cancers combined. Your waist size, how much caffeine you drink daily, and a severe stomach ache could all lead to a heart attack. Take our quiz to find out just how much you know about your heart health.

Loose Bowels After Partial Hysterectomy

One woman says she had a partial hysterectomy, and since then she says she has had a problem with lack of control of bowel movements. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains that fecal incontinence is very common after surgical procedures and childbirth. She says that up to one in 10 adult women experience fecal incontinence in their lives.

How to Prevent Vaginal Dryness

Menyea says she experiences painful dryness after an orgasm and wants to know how to prevent it.

A New Diagnostic Test for Parkinson's Disease

In its early stages Parkinson's disease is not easy to diagnose. But a new test that's been in development for a decade could change how we look at the disease.

Post-Urination Dribble and Male Urinary Incontinence

Brad says when he goes to the bathroom, it dribbles, and it's so bad that he prefers stalls instead of urinals. He says he's "not cool having a wet spot" and wants to know how he can prevent it.

Regulating Fertility

Full Segment: The choice to go to a fertility clinic is expensive, and one that can change your life. Why is so little attention paid to whether clinics deliver on what they promise?

Pellet Hormone Therapy for Menopause

A new treatment called pellet therapy is a quick, outpatient procedure that involves inserting several small pellets containing the patient's specific dosage under the first layer of skin in the hip.

The Causes of Frequent Nighttime Urination

Is the need to urinate keeping you up at night? The Doctors explain what may be causing the symptom and whether it's related to an overactive bladder, a urinary tract infection or a seemingly unrelated condition, such as sleep apnea.

How Your Menstrual Cycle Affects Your Teeth

Viewer Jasmine knows not to schedule her OB/GYN appointment during her period, but she says she's also heard that you shouldn't schedule a dentist appointment at this time either. Is this true, she asks.Dentist Dr. Kari Sakurai explains how your menstrual cycle can affect your teeth and tells you the best time to schedule a dentist appointment.

Does Donating Eggs Affect Fertility?

Ladies: You can make up to $10,000 selling your own eggs! Sound too good to be true? OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains the risks and benefits. Plus, can donating your eggs compromise your fertility?

Acquired Savants Open Up

Full Segment: After trauma, our brains can react any number of ways. Remarkably, some people develop previously unknown talents. What are their stories, and how are we wired?

Derek Amato: Concussion Led To Musical Brilliance

Derek Amato chats with Josh about getting a concussion that resulted in genius levels of musicianship.

How Brain Injury Can Unlock Talents

After trauma, our brains can react any number of ways. Remarkably, some people develop previously unknown talents. What are their stories, and how are we wired?

Treatment Vs. Fertility

Full Segment: Chemotherapy and other treatments that help cancer patients survive can also destroy their fertility. What should cancer patients do?

Women's Health Cliff

Full Segment: From birth control to diabetes screenings, the outcome of the fiscal cliff may have a negative impact on women's access to health care.

Practical Alzheimer's Solutions for Caregivers

Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care provides some basic solutions for caregivers dealing with Alzheimer's patients.

Managing Alzheimer's Delusions and Wandering

Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care discusses how to manage Alzheimer's delusions and wandering.

How to Manage Frustrating Alzheimer's Symptoms

Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care explains how to manage frustrating Alzheimer's symptoms.

Alzheimer's Diagnosis Concerns

Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care reviews some of the most common Alzheimer's diagnosis concerns.

The Basics of Alzheimer's and Dementia

Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care discusses the basics of Alzheimer's and dementia.

Addressing Alzheimer's Caregiver Concerns

Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care addresses some of the common caregiver concerns that can arise when caring for a senior loved one with Alzheimer's.

How to Massage the Hips and Buttocks

Learn how to massage the hips and buttocks using the deep tissue massage techniques demonstrated in this Howcast massage video.

How to Massage the Back of Legs

Learn how to massage the back of the legs using the deep tissue massage techniques demonstrated in this Howcast massage video.

How to Perform the Doshas Massage

Learn about the doshas in this Howcast video about Ayurvedic body massage techniques.

Female Athlete Triad Syndrome

Charles A DeMarco, M.D. explains what is Female Athlete Triad Syndrome, and what are its symptoms.

How to Massage the Hips and Buttocks

Learn how to massage the hips and buttocks using the deep tissue massage techniques demonstrated in this Howcast massage video.

How to Massage the Back of Legs

Learn how to massage the back of the legs using the deep tissue massage techniques demonstrated in this Howcast massage video.

How to Perform the Doshas Massage

Learn about the doshas in this Howcast video about Ayurvedic body massage techniques.

Preventative Double Mastectomy At 27

Lizzie Stark, Journalist and Author, tells her story of getting a preventative double mastectomy because of a history of cancer in her family.

Preventative Mastectomy: "I'm Happy And I'm Glad I Did It"

Katie Kearny, Breast Cancer Survivor, tells her personal story of having cancer in one breast and taking the preventative measure of getting a double mastectomy.

Womb 2.0

Full Segment: Scientists are working on artificial wombs, allowing babies to come to term outside the human body. Will we see a future of childbirth decoupled from sex?

Mammogram Catastrophe

Full Segment: Mammograms have led to over one million women being unnecessarily treated for breast cancer according to a new study. Are yearly breast exams actually hazardous?

I Haven't Gotten A Mammogram In 10 Years

Veneta Masson shares why she hasn't gone for a mammogram in 10 years, despite losing her sister to breast cancer and being a nurse practitioner.

You've Got Susannah Cahalan

Susannah Cahalan (author of "Brain on Fire") was diagnosed with a rare condition at 24, and lost a month of time while in the hospital as doctors raced to treat the autoimmune disease that was attacking her brain.

Too Young To Forget

Full Segment: November is Alzheimer's disease awareness month. But little is known about the early-onset form of the disease that can wreak havoc for young people and their families.

Alzheimers: "A Death Sentence With No Execution Date"

November is Alzheimer's disease awareness month. But little is known about the early-onset form of the disease that can wreak havoc for young people and their families.

Kelly McMenamin: 'Everything In Moderation'

Community member Kelly McMenamin talks about how she drank a few glasses of wine with dinner per week while pregnant, after checking with her doctor.

Double Mastectomy Questioned in Some Cases

Study shows more women choosing preventive double mastectomy despite low risk in some cases.

Drinking While Pregnant

Full Segment: Drinking during pregnancy is on the rise, but recent studies differ on whether this is harmful to the baby. Is it time to drop the stigma or is it well-deserved?

Is The Occasional Drink While Pregnant OK?

Drinking during pregnancy is on the rise, but recent studies differ on whether this is harmful to the baby. Is it time to drop the stigma or is it well-deserved? Elma Placeres Dieppa, Kelly McMenamin, Nancy Day and Marcelle Peck join the conversation.

Caring For a Parent With Alzheimers: A Sense of Humor Helps

Author and HuffPost Blogger Deborah Swiss talks about caring for her mother who has Alzheimer's, and that it was a secret that her mom had it until her father passed away.

Testicular Self-Exam

Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon demonstrates how to perform a testicular self-exam.

Testicular Self-Exam

Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon demonstrates how to perform a testicular self-exam.

How UTIs Can Cause Fatigue

UTIs are the second most common bodily infection and while symptoms range from urgency to pelvic pain, they sometimes can just cause fatigue. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains UTIs and ways to prevent them.

Anxious About Alzheimers

A new study shows that Americans fear Alzheimer's more than any other disease. In honor of National Alzheimer's Awareness Month, we help shed light on the condition.

Spontaneous Midwife

Watch the story of one woman's dramatic delivery and how it turned two strangers into family.

Early Symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease

The Doctors have an exciting partnership with USA Weekend magazine as the exclusive medical contributors to its weekly HealthSmart column! E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains how the latest article focuses on the early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and age-related dementia.

Flu Drug Brings New Hope for Brain Injury Patients

An old medicine is bringing new hope to brain injury patients. Find out how it's helping speed recovery for some

Erasing Epilepsy: Stopping Storms In Your Head

200 - thousand people will be diagnosed with epilepsy this year. Neurons fire in the brain, creating a storm of electricity that can spark uncontrollable shaking. See how advanced tracking and targeting approaches are helping stop seizures.

The WaveMotion Bodywork Massage Table

A new massage table tilts, rotates and rocks to create a weightless sensation for clients.

What We Should Learn from Unhealthy Cities

Women in El Paso, Texas, have 11 percent more STDs than average, are less likely to get regular Pap smears and are more likely to have less health insurance coverage. As a result, there are 79 percent more deaths from cervical cancer in El Paso than average.

Sex After Giving Birth

Some tips for getting your sex life back on track after giving birth.

Pregnancy & Depression

A new study shows that SSRI Anti-Depressants are linked to miscarriage and other pregnancy complications. So, what are pregnant depression sufferers supposed to do?

Pregnancy & Depression - Anti-Depressants Too Risky For Pregnancy?

A new study shows that SSRI Anti-Depressants are linked to miscarriage and other pregnancy complications. So, what are pregnant depression sufferers supposed to do?

Breast Milk World Record

Alicia Richman, a 28-year-old mom from Granbury, Texas, holds the world record for donating the most breast milk to premature infants in need. So far, she's donated 87 gallons to Mother's Milk Bank of North Texas, which has helped hundreds of critical and premature infants.

Migraine Affects Brain Changes

New study links migraines to increased incidence of brain lesions in women.

Pregnancy Blues: A Look At Prenatal Depression

Pregnancy can be a joyous experience, but it can also cause depression. We often hear about postpartum depression, but prenatal depression is just as real. Nancy Redd is joined by guests Carl Weiner, Rhiana Maidenberg, and Dr. Shoshanna Bennett to discuss.

Hormone Replacement Therapy To Battle Weight Gain

Americans are becoming bigger and bigger. We eat too much and exercise too little. But sometimes weight gain is all about hormones. you can exercise all you want, but still the weight won't come off. Simply put, it's not your fault your fat.

Wear the Right Sports Bra

Can letting your breasts bounce while exercising cause significant damage? Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk says yes! Learn the importance of wearing the right type of sports bra when you exercise.

Vaginal Odor

Worried about an unpleasant scent "down there?" OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson says while it can be embarrassing, it could also signal a medical problem.

Areola Color

As your hormones change, so may the color of your areolas. Learn why this happens.

Vaginal Varicose Veins

We all dread varicose veins on our legs, but can you get them on your lady parts?

Fight Cancer With Early Detection

F-Cancer is a non-profit organization that emphasizes the importance of early cancer detection. Yael Cohen, 25, founded the provocatively-named organization in 2009 and currently serves as its president and CEO. The catalyst that set her charitable company in motion was her mother's diagnosis with breast cancer.

Crossing Legs: Healthy or Harmful?

Is crossing your legs while sitting a ladylike habit that women should break?

Life-Saving Cancer Screenings

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson demonstrates how and when to perform a breast self-exam, and explains the top three clinical cancer tests that every woman should know.

Dr. Ruth Gives Advice on Alzheimer's Caregiving

Author and sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer talks with WSJ's Anne Tergesen about her new book "Dr. Ruth's Guide for the Altzheimer's Caregiver" that gives advice to families and friends of Alzheimer's patients.

Dr. Lisa Explains Ectopic Pregnancy

Nikki found out at 20 weeks that her pregnancy was abormal and the egg had implanted outside of her uterus. Her doctors suggested she terminate, but Nikki says her pregnancy felt healthy to her so she decided to move forward, though doctors told her she was risking her life. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains that Nikki had an ectopic pregnancy, and most women with the condition suffer massive hemorrhages early in their pregnancies, risking the lives of the mother and the baby.

Mom Delivers Miracle Baby

Nikki found out at 20 weeks that her pregnancy was abnormal and the egg had implanted outside of her uterus. Her doctors suggested she terminate, but Nikki says her pregnancy felt healthy to her so she decided to move forward, though doctors told her she was risking her life. "I just told myself as soon as I feel like I can't handle this anymore, we'll figure out what we're going to do at that point, and we never got to that point," Nikki tells The Doctors.

10 Best Cities For Mistresses

Los Angeles is the #1 city when it comes to single ladies looking for married men looking for single ladies.

Five Fertility Game Changers

Cell phones, canola oil, and coffee. How can these three things affect your fertility? We'll have the do's and dont'd if you're trying to make a baby.

Research Looks to Hypnosis as a Hot Flashes Solution

A new study looks at whether suggestions that produce mental images of coolness, safe places or relaxation can help cut hot flashes.

The Pain of Miscarriage

Each year, millions of people suffer the devastation of losing an unborn child. One in three women miscarry, and shame needs to be replaced with openness about healing.

Using Mental Games to Help Amputees

Many amputees say they can still feel the presence of a missing arm or leg. It's known as a phantom limb. Now, researchers are looking at how limb illusions could impact amputees

Fixing Spinal Fractures Without Surgery

Relieving back pain almost instantly! A new way to treat spinal fractures is helping doctors fill their patients' pain relief needs, with cement!

Old Organs Give New Hope for Kidney Patients

Using organs from older donors could be a game-changer for the more than 90-thousand Americans who are waiting for a kidney.

Kripalu Posture Clinic: Cat/Cow Posture

Kripalu Posture Clinic: Cat/Cow Posture

Kellie Pickler Fights Cancer with Friendship

Country superstar Kellie Pickler made headlines for an act of selfless solidarity after she shaved her head to become her best friend, Summer's, cancer buddy.

Subdural Hematoma Explained

After Jamie fell 12 feet and hit her head, she suffered from a subdural hematoma, which caused her brain to swell and prompted surgeons to remove part of her skull and place it in her abdomen. E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains subdural hematoma.

Jamie Hilton's Life-Changing Accident

Nick and former beauty queen Jamie Hilton have been married nearly 12 years, and they're not just spouses -- they're best friends. During a fishing trip in Idaho in June of 2012, Nick saw Jamie plummet 12 feet down a ravine and hit her head on a boulder, in an accident that would change their lives forever.

Kripalu Posture Clinic: Cat/Cow Posture

Kripalu Posture Clinic: Cat/Cow Posture

How to Avoid Hip Disease and Hip Arthritis

Hip health is vital for women, both old and young. Here, Dr. Andrew Yun discusses how women can avoid hip disease and hip arthritis.

How to Advocate for Yourself About Chronic Pain

If you suffer from chronic pain, finding the right doctor and support system is critical. Dr. Mel Pohl discusses how women with chronic pain can advocate for themselves.

Three Tips for Women Dealing with Chronic Pain

If you suffer from chronic pain, learning how to effectively communicate with your doctor is key. Dr. Mel Pohl shares three tips for women who are seeking care for chronic pain.

How Women Can Prevent ACL Injuries

Did you know that women are more prone to ACL injuries? Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Daniel J. Mullen describes exercises that can help prevent anterior cruciate ligament injuries.

How Calcium and Vitamin D Affect Your Health

It's a given that calcium and vitamin D are important for strong bones. But what are the other benefits? Dr. Andrew Weil shares the health impact of calcium and vitamin D, the recommended doses and what can be sourced from food, sunlight and how to augment with vitamins and supplements.

Doctor Stores Skull Inside Abdomen

After a major accident caused Jamie's brain to swell rapidly, neurosurgeon Dr. Thomas Manning removed part of her skull to allow the brain to expand without being crushed against the bone. To keep the skull sterile, he stored it inside Jamie's abdomen.

You've Got Kelli Sargent

Kelli Sargent organized the Run For Her event as a way to help support her mother's fight against ovarian cancer, and she sat down to talk about her mother's memory and how other people affected by this illness can find help and support.

Unviable Abortion Laws - Strict Abortion Laws Out Of Hand And Dangerous

When abortions are denied to women with unviable pregnancies, are proposed abortion laws threatening to put ideological conviction over medical sense? Nancy Redd is joined by guests Sheila Sundar, Lindsey Horvath, Carole Joffe and Judy Norsigian to discuss.

Women Over the Hill at 40? New Survey Says 28!

Hey ladies, forget about being "over the hill" at 40, a new British poll is proclamating that 28 is now the new "old."

Unviable Abortion Laws

When abortions are denied to women with unviable pregnancies, are proposed abortion laws threatening to put ideological conviction over medical sense?

Indiana Planned Parenthood Ruling

The Community sounds off with Alicia on why Mitt Romney sidestepped the Libya issue last night, how the internet knows you're a dog and the Planned Parenthood verdict.

Unviable Abortion Laws - Strict Abortion Laws Out Of Hand And Dangerous

When abortions are denied to women with unviable pregnancies, are proposed abortion laws threatening to put ideological conviction over medical sense? Nancy Redd is joined by guests Sheila Sundar, Lindsey Horvath, Carole Joffe and Judy Norsigian to discuss.

Hormone Replacement Therapy Is Making a Comeback

A controversial treatment for women is making a comeback. Find out why HRT is gaining popularity.

Overdoing Healthy Habits: Kegel Exercises

Kegel exercises help women to control the pubococcygeus (PC) muscles, which can both strengthen the pelvic floor and enhance sexual satisfaction; however, overdoing kegel exercises can have negative effects.

Brain Games Help Parkinson's Patients

Tremors and poor balance often plague people with Parkinson's, but it has a lesser-known problem that a new study aims to help.

How Botox Can Treat Urge Incontinence

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Gruenenfelder explains a breakthrough Botox treatment for urge incontinence. Plus, see why some patients may prefer the injections over prescription medications.

Botox for an Overactive Bladder

Most people associate Botox with wrinkles, but new applications for the drug are being discovered, including treating urge incontinence. See how a urodynamics test is performed to assess the function of the bladder and determine whether someone is a good candidate for the procedure.

GYN-ED: Women's Health Is About More Than Sex

Often lost in the sex-ed debate is the importance for girls to understand their own bodies, cycles and health. Can we have health education not tied to sexuality? Joining Nancy to discuss are guests Alisa Vitti, Marcelle Pick, Karen Bokram and Gina Ryder.

GYN-Ed Instead of Sex-Ed

Lost in the sex-ed debate is the importance for girls to understand their bodies, cycle, and health. Can we have health education not tied to sexuality?

You've Got Ali Stroker

Ali Stroker, runner-up on Fox's "The Glee Project", has been paralyzed since a young age, and she's partnered up with the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation to show that paralysis doesn't have to mean life is a handicap.

Vaginal Prolapse Hysterectomy

Lisa, says that three years ago, she suffered from a bronchial infection that made her cough so violently, it caused her uterus to drop and start to fall. After being diagnosed with vaginal prolapse, urogynecologist Dr. Adam Steinberg performs a hysterectomy to treat Lisa's condition. Hear how Lisa is doing now.

How Coughing May Lead to Hysterectomy

Lisa says that three years ago, she suffered from a bronchial infection that made her cough so violently, it caused her uterus to drop and start to fall. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains that Lisa experienced vaginal prolapse. Plus, why she decided to undergo a hysterectomy.

My Bio Clock Is Broken - The Urge to Have Kids Isn't Kicking In

Women in their late thirties/early forties are wondering why they're not filled with the biological or emotional urge to have children, and why they don't really care. Janet Varney is joined by guests Anjali Sareen, Dr. Fran Walfish, John Jain and Nina Manni to discuss.

My Bio Clock Is Broken - The Urge to Have Kids Isn't Kicking In

Women in their late thirties/early forties are wondering why they're not filled with the biological or emotional urge to have children, and why they don't really care. Janet Varney is joined by guests Anjali Sareen, Dr. Fran Walfish, John Jain and Nina Manni to discuss.

What Happens When You Have a Kidney Stone

When you're experiencing abdominal pain, it's not just your stomach that could be causing the problem. Learn what happens when you have a kidney stone.

How to Treat with Embarrassing Vaginal Dryness

Diana has been suffering with itchiness and dryness "down there," which has caused inflammation to the area. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson examines Diana and reveals how post-menopausal body changes are the cause of her dryness and irritation.

The Cause of Embarrassing Intimate Twitching

Watch a clip from Emily Morse's podcast and radio show Sex with Emily, where fellow sex and relationship expert Reid Mihalko demonstrates how he exhibits an uncontrollable form of twitching during a kissing workshop. Reid explains what causes him to have excited, tantric twitches associated with intimate contact. Plus, behavioral neuroscientist Dr. Barry Komisaruk weighs in on what may cause the phenomenon.

Allison Egerton Prison Volunteer

Allison Egerton volunteers as a fitness instructor at Tennessee Prison for Women.

Reducing Type 2 Diabetes Risk for Pregnant Women with Gestational Diabetes

Are women who develop diabetes while they're expecting destined to battle type 2 diabetes later in life?

Annie Sleeves Arm Warmers

Yoga devotee and intrepid entrepreneur, Annie Fink talks about her path.

The Importance of Breast Health

The Doctors and USA Weekend discuss the importance of breast health.

When to Take Maternity Leave

Working moms-to-be struggle with the decision of when to begin maternity leave. Should you leave your job at 7 months, or work right up until your delivery date? OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson weighs in.

You've Got Michael & Susan Schofield

Michael Schofield, author of "January First", sits down with his wife Susan to detail their family's struggle to cope with their daughter Jani's early onset schizophrenia, and how they've been impacted by an illness that few people believed could exist.

Dr. Oz Talks HPV

Alicia talks with Dr. Oz and our community about HPV and how shockingly prevalent it has become. Find out what you should know and what you can do to prevent it.

Dr. Oz Talks HPV - Do You Know Enough About HPV?

Alicia talks with Dr. Oz and our community about HPV and how shockingly prevalent it has become. Find out what you should know and what you can do to prevent it. We are joined by Dr. Diane Harper, Dr. Lauren Streicher, Beth Boye and Alex Spring.

Sound Off: Bra Sizes Up 3 Sizes in 2 Years

The Community sounds off with Abby on Darrell Issa's possible investigation into the September jobs reports, Obamacare for businesses and Paul Ryan's workout photos. We are joined by Kyle Ewert, Peju Murphy, Rowaida Abdelaziz and Russ Finkelstein.

Smoothie to Soothe Hemorrhoid Pain

Have you experienced burning, itching and bleeding "down there?" You are not alone. Three out of four adults experience hemorrhoids, and they can be a real pain in the you-know-what. The Doctors share a smoothie recipe that might help! Bottoms up!

Foods to Help Relieve PMS

Joy Bauer, author of Food Cures , reveals which foods can help combat the symptoms of PMS.

L-Tanya Bell, Breast Cancer Survivor

Meet L'Tanya Bell, a fly-fishing health nut who fought breast cancer and won!

Hormone Replacement Therapy's Contradicting Studies

New research explores the link between Hormone Replacement Therapy, heart failure and cancer risk.

Mary Hughes Is on the Hunt for a Cure for MS

Mary Hughes is on the hunt for a cure for MS.

Fredi Usher-Weems' Story

Fredi Usher-Weems motivates her clients to live healthier, happier lives. Here's her story.

Medication Vs. Botox Treatment for Overactive Bladder

The first head-to-head comparison of daily medication and Botox for controlling urinary incontinence.

SELF Magazine's Pink Ribbon Celebrates It's 20th Anniversary

It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the international symbol for awareness and prevention- the pink ribbon created by SELF magazine, celebrates is 20th anniversary. SELF's Features Director, Sara Austin joins us to tell us about it. She offers some prevention tips and shares some of her picks of the best brands that are doing their part to give back.

How Brain Waves Work

Researchers are learning more about neurological activity in humans with Necomimi ears, fuzzy animal-like ears that are worn on the head and read the tiny electrical signals that leave the brain when neurons are fired. As the Necomimi ears read the brainwave patterns, they react, much like the ears of a rabbit or a dog. Watch them in action! Plus, E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains the different types of brain waves.

The Black Belt Brain and Board Crushing

How do black belts karate-chop wooden blocks without a single flinch? OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson's son, Daniel Masterson, who has a black belt in karate, demonstrates.

Incision-Free Brain Surgery

After noticing a rapid loss of vision, increased forgetfulness and frequent headaches, Kristen, 33, was ultimately diagnosed with a pituitary brain tumor. Learn about the incision-free brain surgery that removed the golf ball-sized tumor through Kristen's nose.

Endoscopic Brain Surgery

After noticing a rapid loss of vision, increased forgetfulness and frequent headaches, Kristen, 33, contacted brain surgeon Dr. Hrayr Shahinian. After ultimately being diagnosed with a pituitary brain tumor, Dr. Shahinian removed Kristen's golf-ball-sized tumor through her nose. See how Kristen's recovered in just several weeks!

The Battle of the Brains

Why do men tend to eat more? Why are women more nurturing? E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork and OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explain the differences between the male and female brains.

Brain Freeze Explained

What is a brain freeze anyway? The Doctors explain why your head aches when eating cold foods too quickly.

What Are Brain Blips

Ever walked into a room and have no idea why you entered? There is actually a surprising explanation for the phenomenon, known to some as a "brain blip" or a "brain fart."

Community Sound Off: Shoot For The Cure

Community members join Abby to discuss the ISRA's fundraiser for breast cancer.

How to Boost Your Immune System

Did you know it takes more than proper nutrition to build up your body's defenses? Dr. Daemon Jones shares her tips for women to boost their immune system.

How Nutrition Affects Fertility

An apple a day does more than just keep the doctor away. Dr. Daemon Jones shares how nutrition can affect a woman's fertility level.

Weight Management's Effect on Woman's Self-Esteem

How do you see yourself? Fat? Skinny? Just right? Dr. Daemon Jones explains how a woman's self-esteem is influenced by weight management.

What Women Should Know About Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Why are omega-3 fatty acids so important to a woman's health? Dr. Daemon Jones shares why we need them, how they work inside our bodies and the best food sources of these healthy fats.

How to Balance Hormones Through Diet to Ease Menstrual Pain

Looking for natural ways to ease your period? Dr. Daemon Jones shares her approach to treating menstrual cramps that result from female hormonal imbalances.

Amanda's Surprise Visit for Dr. Travis

Watch as E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork gets a surprise visit from Amanda, a cancer survivor that he met during his time with First Descents, an adventure therapy program for young adults diagnosed with cancer.

Facing a Cancer Diagnosis

Breast cancer survivor Yamini recounts her empowering experience in the First Descents adventure therapy program.

Confronting Cancer with a White Water Adventure

Watch as E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork merges medicine with whitewater kayaking in the First Descents' adventure therapy program for young adults who have been diagnosed with cancer.

Breast Intentions - Our Pink World: A Cure Or A Con?

It's October, which means pink is everywhere, under the guise that buying it means you're promoting breast cancer awareness. Is this an unscrupulous way to make money? Joining the conversation are Dori Hartley, Bob & Linda Lancaster, Karuna Jaggar, Lea Goldman and Wendy McCoole.

How to Manage a Cancer Diagnosis

While significant advancements have been made in research and treatments, being diagnosed with any type of cancer can be physically and emotionally overwhelming. Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall shares advice that may help you or your loved one through that difficult time: "When you're going through treatment, 'do it' with attitude."

Tips to Help Defeat Dementia

Alzheimer's is an irreversible, progressive brain disease and the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. But there are steps you can take to protect your brain. Editor-in-Chief of Reader's Digest, Liz Vacariello, reveals simple tips for radically reducing your risk for Alzheimer's and dementia.

New Study Says Free Birth Control Lowers U.S. Abortion Rates

A new study by Washington University in St. Louis concluded that offering free contraception to women will result in both fewer pregnancies and abortions.

High Blood Pressure May Affect Babies' IQ

A new study gives moms-to-be another important reason to keep their blood pressure in check. Baby's I.Q. might be at risk.

Angelina Jolie's Surprising Stretch Mark Solution

What does actress Angelina Jolie allegedly use to erase pregnancy stretch marks? Find out.

"Go Red for Women" PSA with Elizabeth Banks

Watch a PSA with actress Elizabeth Banks for the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women campaign.

Emergency Action Plan for Seizures

Learn how to react when someone suffers a seizure.

How to Prevent HPV Infection

Dr. Connie Returns in this video to share with you some great tips and advice about what you can do about HPV, the human papillomavirus. Take a look!

Why Some Ladies Lose Their Locks

Balding -- It's not just for men! 25 million women are losing their hair. We tell you the top reasons and how to fight it.

Digital Mammography Seen as Superior Cancer Screening

Is digital mammography better than screen film mammography for detecting breast cancer?

When and How to Perform a Breast Self-Exam

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson provides tips on when and how to perform breast self-exams.

Sacred Womb - Womb Transplant Puts Uterus' For Sale

Advancement in science keeps us alive. But now womb-swapping will keep us fertile. Shouldn't uterine transplants be thought of in the same way as kidney transplants? Caroline Tehrani is joined by Huffington Post Science Correspondent Cara Santa Maria and guests Michelle Whitlock, Seang Lin Tan and Bonnie Steinbock to discuss.

Julie Schedules a Breast Exam

Julie, 32, watched two of her close friends deal with the aftermath of a breast cancer diagnosis. One of her friends responded well to chemotherapy but underwent a double mastectomy to survive. Her other friend, however, was not so fortunate and lost her battle with breast cancer. Watch as Julie visits surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk for a much-needed clinical breast exam.

When and How to Perform a Breast Self-Exam

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson provides tips on when and how to perform breast self-exams.

How to De-Stress With a Massage

Amanda says that between planning a wedding all on her own and moving six times in the last year, she feels massive amounts of stress that have caused her to gain weight. CG Funk of Massage Envy helps Amanda de-stress with a massage tailored to her specific needs.

Sacred Womb - Womb Transplant Puts Uterus' For Sale

Advancement in science keeps us alive. But now womb-swapping will keep us fertile. Shouldn't uterine transplants be thought of in the same way as kidney transplants? Caroline Tehrani is joined by Huffington Post Science Correspondent Cara Santa Maria and guests Michelle Whitlock, Seang Lin Tan and Bonnie Steinbock to discuss.

Sacred Womb

Advancement in science keeps us alive. But now womb-swapping will keep us fertile. Shouldn't uterine transplants be thought of in the same way as kidney transplants?

Pregnancy And Pink Slips - Is Pregnancy A Disability?

A new bill aims to give pregnant women the same considerations as disabled workers. Will it protect their jobs and health, or just be an added burden for businesses? Joining the conversation are Ann Hoey, Bethany Blankley, Dina Bakst, Ellen Rohr, Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner and Louis Theros.

How Many Calories Can Women Really Eat?

There is a gross misconception that exercising for an hour or two will burn enough calories to let you indulge. Ladies, think again.

Mercury Exposure During Pregnancy

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains the different sources of mercury that pregnant women may come into contact with and should avoid.

Reverse Paralysis Procedure Explained

Neurosurgeon Dr. Justin Brown explains a new procedure that aims to reverse paralysis.

Treating a Continuous Eye Twitch

For more than two decades, pediatrician Dr. Victor Oya has coped with a relentless twitch that began in his eye and spread all the way down to his chin.

Attempting a Procedure to Reverse Paralysis

Mitch says that after undergoing back surgery nearly one year ago, he lost complete control of his right arm. Then, following a second procedure, he woke up to find his vocal cords paralyzed. After months of learning how to cope with his new disabilities, Mitch found neurosurgeon Dr. Justin Brown, who pioneered a new technique to help paralyzed people restore movement by attaching damaged nerves to healthy, functioning new ones.

Mitch's Post Surgery Nightmare

Mitch says that after undergoing back surgery nearly one year ago, he lost complete control of his right arm. Then, following a second procedure, he woke up to find his vocal cords paralyzed.

The 20-Year Twitch Solution

For more than two decades, pediatrician Dr. Victor Oya has coped with a relentless twitch that began in his eye and spread all the way down to his chin. After trying a multitude of treatments Dr. Oya reached out to neurosurgeon Dr. Neil Martin for a solution. See the groundbreaking procedure that's finally given Dr. Oya some relief.

Man Gets a Testicular Ultrasound After Repeated Blows to the Groin

Meet Horse, a man whose self-proclaimed talent is taking blows to the groin. Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman performs a testicular ultrasound to determine any possible damage to Horse's fertility.

Breast Reconstruction

Fewer than 25 percent of women who have mastectomies undergo immediate breast reconstruction. Singer Jewel talks about why women need to know more about their options.

Breast Reconstruction: Jewel Discusses - Breast Reconstruction Awareness

Fewer than 25 percent of women who have mastectomies undergo immediate breast reconstruction. Singer Jewel talks about why women need to know more about their options. Also joining the conversation are Barbara Kriss, Dr. Michele Manahan, Sue Friedman and Kathy Steligo.

Breast Reconstruction: Sue Friedman

Sue Friedman joins Abby and singer Jewel to discuss why she chose to have breast reconstruction after her second mastectomy.

Breast Reconstruction: Barbara Kriss

Barbara Kriss joins Abby and singer Jewel to discuss why she opted out of breast reconstruction.

Your Body After Childbirth

Streaming Well answer your questions on newborn baby care, as well as what to expect from your body immediately after birth

Pregnancy Tests in Pubs

Pregnancy tests in pubs? Learn about one bar that's installed a dispenser in their ladies' room.

Make Shift Public Toilet Paper

Public restroom out of toilet paper? OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson gives safety tips for makeshift wiping.

How the Brain Processes Music

Geriatrician Dr. Laura Mosqueda, Director of Geriatrics at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine explains what happens to the brain when affected by dementia. Plus, Dr. Travis explains how the brain processes music.

How Music Can Treat Dementia

Recreational therapist Yvonne Russell and social worker Daniel Cohen explain how music can improve the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

How Music Helps Dementia Patients

See how the power of music allowed one man to tap back into part of himself that had long been obscured by dementia.

Living the Good Life After Menopause

There's no escaping it, but while many women associate menopause with the end of the world, it could also mean a new age of freedom!

Caring for Alzheimer Stricken Father Ronald Reagan

Alone, angry and exhausted... those are just three words that describe what a caregiver can feel. Patti Davis shares with us what she learned through her father's battle with Alzheimer's disease and how she is helping others.

Later Pregnancy Benefits

Game show host Mark L. Walberg puts audience members to the test with a pop quiz, and The Doctors explain the surprising answers. Find out if having children at a later age can extend your longevity.

HPV Vaccine Vs. Abstinence

What provides better protection from HPV: The vaccine or abstinence?

Bladder Training and Urinary Incontinence

If it's not healthy to hold your urine, then why do we do it for 8 hours while we sleep? The Doctors explain. Plus, tips for curing urinary incontinence.

Performing an Urgent C-Section

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains how an urgent C-section is performed.

Delivering Twins Via C-Section

Watch as OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson delivers twins via an urgent C-section.

Pre-Term Labor Treatment

Julie, an expecting mother of twins, went to see OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson for a routine checkup at 36 weeks. Her Fetal Non-Stress Test (NST) showed signs of pre-term labor, even though she wasn't feeling any contractions. Julie's routine checkup suddenly turned into admittance to the O.R. for an urgent C-section.

Guidelines for Cervical Cancer Screening

New guidelines from The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) have been implemented for cervical cancer screenings. Dr. Wanda Nicholson, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at UNC Chapel Hill and member of the USPSTF, explains the updated screening recommendations.

You've Got Carol Steen

Carol Steen, co-founder of the American Synesthesia Association, sits down to talk about what synesthesia is, some notable people who have had this remarkable ability, and what it's like to view the world through the unique lens of a synesthete.

Touch-Free Breast Screening

See a new technology that uses infrared digital imaging as an adjunctive procedure to assist in early breast cancer detection.

Researchers One Step Closer to Unravelling Alzheimer's

Scientists know that neurons in the brains of dementia patients contain abnormally high amounts of two proteins, tau and beta ameloid. Professor Jurgen Goetz of the Queensland Brain Institute says

Salute to Volunteerism - HuffingtonPost Oasis

Abby Huntsman interviews two volunteers at HuffingtonPost Oasis.

Gestational Diabetes Screening and Risk Factors

Are you at risk of developing gestational diabetes? Find out about its screening process and risk factors here.

To Pinot Or Not To Pinot While Pregnant?

As moms were finally granted the occasional glass of red, a new study now finds that drinking during pregnancy has lasting effects on children's size. Hosts Nancy Redd and Janet Varney discuss this topic with community members Vivian Levisman, Dr. Michael Ross, Sandra Jacobson and Tina Kelley.

Cultivating Inner Beauty Against the Odds

Fashion designer and celebrity stylist Joey Tierney joins us to discuss finding your inner beauty as a young woman. Janet Varney, HuffPost Teen Editor Liz Perl, community members Alexis Jane Torre and Tabby Biddle give their thoughts.

Aggressive Prevention: Preemptive Surgery at 33 Years Old

Amy Boesky explains how she had children early so she could have preventative surgery at 33.

Congress' Guy Troubles - Should Men Vote On Women's Issues?

Representative Akin's comment about "legitimate rape" shows many men in office are misinformed about women's issues. So why should they even be allowed to vote on them? Guests Danny Wylde, Zerlina Maxwell, Michael Kayne and Robert Abel weigh in.

Rectovaginal Fistula Explained

OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains how a rectovaginal fistula occurs and how it is repaired.

Repairing a Rectovaginal Fistula

After suffering a 4th degree tear during labor, Sarah developed a fistula - where an abnormal connection or passageway is formed between two organs in the body. In Sarah's case, the fistula formed between her rectum and her vagina. Sarah visits pelvic surgeon and urogynecologist Dr. Tom Margolis for a surgical solution.

Rectovaginal Fistula After Giving Birth

After suffering a 4th degree tear during labor, Sarah developed a fistula - where an abnormal connection or passageway is formed between two organs in the body. In Sarah's case, the fistula formed between her rectum and her vagina.

Myth or Reality: Bears Are Attracted to Menstrual Blood

Are bears more attracted to women while they're on their period?

At-Home Skin Type Tests

Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon demonstrates at-home tests to determine your skin type and keep your skin healthy and balanced.

At-Home Skin Type Tests

Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon demonstrates at-home tests to determine your skin type and keep your skin healthy and balanced.

Important Tests For People Over 50, From Dr. Oz

What other tests besides a colonoscopy are recommend after reaching 50? Find out from Dr. Oz here on part of the series Mondays with Marlo on MarloThomas.com.

Stopping Seiz