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Six Home Remedies for Itchy Mosquito Bites

These easy remedies can help ease the itch.

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

We Tried The Rock's Cheat Day â€" Here's What Happened

Can our digital writer finish 7500 calories of hell?

Samuel L Jackson Talks Symptom Spotting

The biggest actor in Hollywood talks exclusively to Men's Health UK. Here, he explains why men need to speak up when it comes to their health

What women hate men doing at the gym

What women hate men doing at the gym

MH Fit at 40: Gym Mistakes

Stop making these gym mistakes

MH Fit at 40: Gym Masterclass

Get fit at 40-years-old with Men's Health UK

Men's Health VS The British Army

Men's Health VS The British Army

MH Fit At 40: Tabata Training

How to stay fit at 40-years-old with Tabata Training

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.

MH 15-Minute Workouts: Firing On All Cylinders

Quick workout from Men's Health UK and PT Faisal Abdalla

MH 15-Minute Workouts: Bear On A Bike

Quick barbell workouts

MH 15-Minute Workout: Deep Fat Fryer

Quick fat-burning workout from Men's Health UK and PT Bradley Simmonds

MH x Reach: Move, Shape, Shred #5

mobility, strength and conditioning workout

MH 15-Minute Workouts: HIIT In The Face

HIIT workout from Men's Health UK and PT Bradley Simmonds

MH 15 Minute Workouts: Dropping Meds

Medicine ball workout from Men's Health and Alex Crockford

MH x Reach: Move, Shape Shred #2

Mobility, strength and conditioning workout

MH 15-Minute Workouts: Dark Triad

Workout from Men's Health UK and Alex Crockford

MH 15-Minute Workouts: Cored To Death

Core workout with Bradley Simmonds and Men's Health UK

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.

MH x W10: Bodyweight Workout

Bodyweight workout to build bigger arms, abs and burn fat

MH x BXR: Master The Bench Press

Master your bench press with this how-to video from BXR's master trainers

MH x W10: P-Bar Push Workout

Burn fat and build muscle with this p-bar push workout from Men's Health

MH x W10: How To Do A Tuck Planche

Master the tuck planche

MH Style: Sliders

Sliders aren't just for the poolside. Our pick highlights the best choices for summer parties and beyond.

MH x BXR: Master The Back Squat

How to do a barbell back squat, explained by BXR's master trainers

MH x BXR: Vertical Press

How to do the vertical press for bigger, stronger shoulders. Explained by BXR and Men's Health UK

MH x BXR: Trap Bar Deadlift

Men's Health UK and BXR explain how to a trap bar deadlift on your next leg workout

MH x W10: Ring Pull Workout

Gym workout using gymnastics rings for better strength and mobility

MH x BXR: Pull-Ups

Master your pull-ups with this how-to video from BXR's master trainers and Men's Health UK

MH x W10: 7 Minute Challenge

Challenge your fitness with this 7-minute workout

MH x BXR: Master The Bent-Over Row

Learn how to a bent-over row with BXR's master trainers and Men's Health UK

MH x W10: How To Do A Tuck-Lever

Master the tuck-lever with this how-to video from Men's Health and W10 fitness

MH Style: Swimwear

Bin your old shorts and pick this up - we digest the best swimwear for your holiday and summer events

How to use moisturiser with fake tan

Worried that fake tan will leave you looking more burned than bronzed? Here’s how to get the best results.

MH x KOBOX - Agility

Boxing workout focusing on agility

5 HEALTHY REASONS TO DRINK TEQUILA

5 HEALTHY REASONS TO DRINK TEQUILA

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.

Chest Day Warm-Up

Chest-day warm-up for bigger pecs and stronger chest

Men's Health versus Timbersports

To see just how much of a workout you can get from sawing wood we sent our junior digital writer, Daniel Davies, to Liverpool’s Echo Arena to try Timbersports

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

Ricky Hatton Shares His Experience With Mental Illness

For our #MendTheGap campaign, Ricky 'Hitman' Hatton bares all in an honest interview

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?

Drs. Rx: Avoid Back Pain While You Sleep

Can how you sleep affect how your back feels? The Doctors share different sleep positions that could help with your back pain

Is Your Stressful Job Harming Your Heart?

The Doctors discuss a new study which links stress at the workplace to the heart rhythm disorder atrial fibrillation. Find out simple ways you can decrease your stress levels while on the job.

Why Omega-3s Matter

The Doctors are joined by cardiologist Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum to explain the importance of Omega-3s.

Avoid Catching a Cold While on an Airplane

The Doctors answer a viewer question about how to avoid getting sick while flying. Plus, are protective masks effective in stopping the spreading of germs and infections? Also, does where you sit on a plane play a role in getting sick?

Man’s Transformation from Obesity to Fitness Trainer

Zach struggled with his weight for most of his life and after a series of family and personal struggles, he vowed to lose the weight and he accomplished it without surgery.

How Man Lost 240 Pounds without Surgery

Zach, who lost 240 pounds without having surgery, reveals how he was able to lose so much weight through nutrition and exercise. Plus, he shares an inspirational message for other looking to transform their body.

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.

Safe for Nonsmokers to Chew Nicotine Gum?

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork, who is a nonsmoker, shares what happened when he tried nicotine gum. Plus, The Doctors explain if it is safe for nonsmokers to chew this type of gum.

Why It’s so Vital to Know Which Antibiotics You Are Allergic To

While discussing a study which found that many people who believe they are allergic to penicillin are not, The Doctors detail why it’s so important to know what you are truly allergic to.

Are More People Labeled ‘Penicillin-Allergic’ Than Should Be?

The Doctors discuss the findings of a new study which found that many people who believe they are allergic to penicillin may not actually be allergic to the antibiotic.

Does Cold Weather Help to Burn More Calories?

Could your workouts be more successful if done in the cold? The Doctors explain how the body reacts while exercising when the temperatures dip low.

Do You Have Phone-Related Bad Posture? Get a 30-Second Fix

Are you constantly looking down at your phone or tablet and experincing body aches and pains? Physical Therapist Dr. Karena Wu shares simple and easy ways you can combat your bad posture in just seconds.

Drs. Rx: Can a Cool Room Help You Avoid Nightmares?

The Doctors share that 85 perfect of American experience occasional nightmares, which can affect your quality of sleep. Find out the ideal temperature you need in your room in order to get optimal sleep.

Emily Skye’s Post-Baby Bounce Back Tips

Health and fitness expert Emily Skye shares some of favorite workouts and exercise tips for moms working out after having a baby.

UTI Prevention Tips

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

Why Someone Else’s Poop Smells Worse Than Your Own

The Doctors’ Stool Squad gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez and proctologist Dr. David Rosenfeld break down an important poop question -- why does someone else’s poop smell worse than your own?

Is the Male OB/GYN Going Extinct?

The Doctors discuss whether male OB/GYNs will soon be a thing of the past? Find out the reasons why a male OB/GYN is hard to find.

When Should You See a Doctor about Diarrhea?

The Doctors’ Stool Squad gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez and proctologist Dr. David Rosenfeld weigh in on when someone should seek medical attention for prolonged diarrhea.

Toilet Seat Covers â€" Are They Really Necessary?

Are paper toilet seat covers actually accomplishing anything? The Doctors’ Stool Squad gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez and proctologist Dr. David Rosenfeld break down just how needed they are.

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.

Tapeworms Found in Woman’s Spine

A woman went to her doctor complaining about electric shock sensations running down her legs. The culprit turned out to be tapeworms in her spine! Find out how the parasite led to these complications and how it was treated.

Drs. Rx: Repurpose Your Plastic Straws and Save Your Jewelry

The Doctors share a simple travel hack on how to use your plastic straws while traveling and keep them out of the trash.

Could Cleaning the House Harm Your Lungs?

The Doctors discuss an alarming study which found that the chemicals found in many household cleaning products have been shown to damage the lungs if inhaled.

Extreme Ear Wax Removal!

Everyone gets earwax now and then, but this patient went to the doctor after suffering a hearing loss and the culprit turned out to an extreme amount of ear wax!

Do You Bruise Easily? Learn How to Prevent and Fade Them!

Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra shares tips that may help you get rid of bruises. She also shares suggestions on how to possibly even prevent them in the first place.

Can Taping Your Mouth Improve Sleep Quality?

The Doctors weigh in on the claim that taping your mouth shut can help you sleep better -- but the panel issues a strong warning against this!

Can Shaking Your Butt Make You Happier?

The Doctors welcome Ultimate Performance Specialist Dr. Joseph McClendon III to help us understand “asstitude,” the concept of shaking your butt in order to feel happier.

Are You Being Rude to People Online and Is It Affecting Your Health?

The Doctors discuss whether rudeness, either online or in person, is having adverse effects on our health.

Are Social Media Filters Inspiring Plastic Surgery Requests?

Could the filters we use on social media be affecting how we feel about our self-image and possibly creating a false sense of self?

Men's Health versus the British Army

Digital writer, Daniel Davies, takes on the British Army's new fitness tests for soldiers involved in close combat roles

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.

‘Tree Man’ Fitness Trainer Shares His Workout Tips

Fitness trainer Danny Jones, aka “The Tree Man,” shares how someone can transform their body and lose weight in just 30 days. Plus, he demonstrates some of his workout tips.

A Shirt To Help You Sleep Better?

The Doctors put a shirt, which claims to help you sleep better, to the test with 4 people who have sleeping issues. Plus, we welcome sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta to weigh in on the shirt’s claims.

Drs. Rx: Can Squats Help with Brain Health?

The Doctors and fitness trainer Danny Jones share how squats can possibly help to improve how your brain functions.

Can Orange Juice and Cream of Tartar Fight a Nicotine Urge?

The Doctors discuss a viral tip which claims mixing orange juice and cream of tartar can help curb a craving for nicotine. Plus, The Doctors share their tips to fight the urge to smoke.

Strokes Happening to People in Their 20s?

The Doctors welcome neurosurgeon Dr. Joshua Marcus to share why people in their 20s are having strokes at higher rates. We also meet Sawyer, who has a stroke at 22.

How ‘Tree Man’ Fitness Trainer Danny Jones Transformed His Body

Danny Jones, aka “The Tree Man” fitness trainer, has not always been in such amazing shape. He reveals how he was able to lose weight and shares what he eats in order to stay in shape.

Strokes: How to Identify Them

The Doctors discuss the signs and symptoms of a stroke with neurosurgeon Dr. Joshua Marcus.

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

Can You Save Money Paying Cash for Prescriptions?

Does whether you use cash or your insurance affect the price of your prescriptions and medications? The Doctors weigh in.

Why Cooking a Whole Egg in the Microwave Can Be Dangerous

The Doctors discuss the possible dangers of cooking a whole egg in the microwave. One woman was sent to the hospital after she cooked a shelled egg in the appliance.

Kindergartners Are Being Educated about Opioids

Kevin Lorson, the creator of HOPE Curriculum, joins The Doctors to discuss why kids from kindergarten through high school are now being taught about the dangers of opioids in Ohio.

Louise Thompson On Her Top Abs Exercises

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

Does Beer Increase Male Fertility?

The Doctors discuss a recent study which claims drinking beer can lead to a higher sperm count and semen volume.

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.

Large Eye Bump, Infected Toe and Tongue Necrosis Explained!

The Doctors discuss some of your most curious health concerns, ailments and issues â€" including the case of a woman who had a portion of her tongue die!

Drs. Rx: Beat The Bloat with This Shot!

Try this tasty Drs. shot of health to possibly help with digestion and bloating.

Can Too Much Time Spent on Social Media Impair Memory

Does snapping a photo to share on social media actually hinder your memory of the experience? A new study has some shocking findings regarding the need to document our lives.

Drs. Rx: Could Your Migraine Be Eased with This Spice?

The Doctors discuss a study which found that turmeric, when combined with Omega-3 fatty acids, helped with treating migraine headaches.

Will a Weighted Blanket Help You Sleep Better?

Sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta weighs in on claims that weight blankets will lead to better sleep.

Could Chewing Gum with Melatonin Help You Sleep?

The Doctors and sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta discuss gum containing melatonin, which claims to help you sleep. But is this a buzz or a bust?

Woman Transformed after Major Weight Loss and Skin Removal

Erika, who lost 220 pounds and had skin removal surgery, and plastic surgeon Dr. Emil Kohan join The Doctors to discuss her transformative surgery.

Should Young People ‘Pre-Tox’ to Avoid Future Wrinkles?

The Doctors weigh in on the millennial trend of “pre-toxing,” where you receive treatments like fillers or injections at the first sign of a wrinkle. Does this approach work in combating those pesky lines?

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.

Drs. Rx: Cut Risk of Early Death with Strength Training?

The Doctors discuss how a study found that strength training can cut down on early death rates.

Back Pain Is Taking over Woman’s Life

Faith’s back problems are consuming her life and she says 90 percent of her day is spent in pain. She feels she’s being held back by the pain and worries it will only get worse.

Hope for Woman’s Debilitating Back Pain?

Faith tells us that normal activities like driving and shopping leave her in extreme pain and has come to us for help. Can pain management specialist Dr. Askash Bajaj help treat her extreme back pain?

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.

Stressed Out? Try Giving Up Social Media For 5 Days!

Are you too concerned with the number of likes your posts are getting and feeling stressed? The Doctors discuss a study which found those who gave up social media saw a drop in stress hormones.

‘Nightmare Bacteria’: Should You Be Worried?

The Doctors welcome infectious disease researcher Dr. Ravina Kullar to discuss the dangers of “nightmare bacteria” and how the overuse of antibiotics may be causing antibiotic-resistant infections.

Woman Returns After Vision-Saving Procedure

Riann, who feared she might be losing her eyesight, returns after receiving a life-changing procedure from eye surgeon Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler.

How to Find the Right 'Death Doula'

The Doctors discuss how to find the right person to support you during death with death doula Alua.

Should You Hire a 'Death Doula'?

We all know about doulas for childbirth, but what about a doula for death? The Doctors welcome Alua, who supports people during the process of dying to explain why this profession can be so helpful during the end of life.

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.

How to Get a Flat Tummy Without Flattening Your Chest

The Doctors tackle a viewer question about losing weight with decreasing the size of the breasts.

Ankle Weights: Genius Fitness Tip or Dead Weight?

Celebrities like Selena Gomez have been seen sporting ankle weights while out and about, but should you wear these all day? The Doctors weigh in!

Should You Pay to Take a Nap?

The Doctors discuss the latest wellness trend -- nap rooms. Could catching some z's midday help you feel your best and is the price worth it?

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.

Simple Exercises for Tighter Abs and a Flatter Stomach

Shape Magazine Consulting Fitness Director Jen Widerstrom shows The Doctors easy moves (that you can do at home!) could help tone your midsection.

Slash Your Supermarket Bill!

The Doctors welcome The Krazy Coupon Lady Joanie Demer to share tips on how to cut down on your grocery bill and make the most out of the food you’re buying.

Want Muscles? Here's How to Get Them!

The Doctors welcome Shape Magazine Consulting Fitness Director Jen Widerstrom to address viewer questions on working out, including the best type for muscle building.

Jurrell Casey and Alex Gray talk to Men's Health

Jurrell Casey and Alex Gray talk to Men's Health

Men's Health takes on NFL training

Men's Health takes on NFL training

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.

The Best Moves to Better Your Posture

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork demonstrates some posture-improving moves to do throughout your day.

Never, Ever Be This Guy in the Gym

Do you have a problem with noisy people in the gym? Don't handle it like this.

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.

Does Prolonged Sitting Increase Your Risk for 9 Different Types of Cancer?

Oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro joins The Doctors to discuss the myth or reality behind the headline that sitting increases your risk for cancer.

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.

Are You Eating the Right Foods After Your Workout?

The Doctors share the food that is loaded with healthy post-workout protein.

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

7 Surprising things that can stop the Pill working

Seven things that can effect your contraceptive pill.

Remember the Woman Addicted to Eating Kitchen Cleanser?

In The Doctors "private obsession" special we revisit the story of Kim who says she is addicted to eating toxic kitchen cleanser.

A Look Back at the Woman Addicted to Exercise

The Doctors revisit Erin’s story that struck a chord with viewers around the world. When Erin came to The Doctors she was spending 8 hours every day working out and says her life was completely controlled by a need to exercise.

A Look Back at the Woman Addicted to Eating Clay Pots

In The Doctors special 'private obsession' we revisit Tamika’s story, a woman who says she is addicted to eating clay pots. Psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow shares about her amazing transformation.

The Smart Phone Emergency Hack You Need to Know

The Doctors share a simple trick for discretely calling authorities in an emergency. Could this save your life?

Men's Health Summer Style: Trainers

Five of the best pairs of trainers to buy this summer and what to wear them with

How to Curb Flying Fingernail Clippings

The Doctors share a simple tip to keep stray fingernail clippings from flying around your home.

MH x Henry Cavill

MH x Henry Cavill

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.

How to Lower Your Anxiety and Stress

The Doctors share some tricks to lowering the anxiety and stress of daily life.

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.

What Is Hypnosis and How Can It Help You?

Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho shares what hypnosis is and how it works.

The Benefits of Opening the Window While You Sleep

Did you know that you could potentially be burning fat while you sleep just by opening a window?

Would You Use a Rideshare App to Get to the Emergency Room

The Doctors discuss the rising trend of people opting to use services like Uber or Lyft instead of calling an ambulance.

What You Can Do to Decrease Stomach Noises

Ever wonder what you can do about stomach noises after a meal?

Is Sex Great for Aging Brains?

The Doctors discuss a new study that shows sex might help your brain as you age.

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.

The Surprising Health Benefits of Owning House Plants (and How to Incorporate Them Into Your Decor)

Experts reveal exactly how to set up organic elements in your home for maximum health benefits.

Do You Know the Dirtiest Place In Your Gym?

The Doctors swabbed several gyms for germs - and the number one dirtiest spot they found just might surprise you.

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.

Pinky Damage from Texting?

Could too much texting make your pinky permanently deformed?

Hookworm from the Beach?

The Doctors discuss a photo of what looks like a rash that couple got while sitting in the sand at the beach, but it turns out they were infected with hookworm!

Doctor Suicide Rates are On the Rise

Nearly two-thirds of U.S. doctors feel burned-out, depressed or both and doctor’s suicide rates are on the rise. What you can do to help your doctor

Powerlifting Physician Shares Fitness Advice

Dr. Jordan Feigenbaum joins The Doctors to share how his passion for health and fitness led to a career in powerlifting for health. Dr. Feigenbaum also plays “hot or not,” weighing in on the latest fitness trends.

Could Wearing a Patch Help with Focus and Anxiety?

The Doctors discuss holistic patches being marketed to help with focus, anxiety, endurance and more. Is this a buzz or a bust?

Have a Cough that Just Won’t Go Away?

Ashlee asks The Doctors about her cough that she’s had for over two months. What could be the cause?

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 Is Your Social Drinking a Problem?

The Doctors weigh in on a viewer’s question about her social drinking and how many drinks could take her from happy hour to time for concern.

Mom Addicted to Wearing a Waist Trainer

A 39-year-old mom of three says she wears a corset 23 hours a day to maintain her 18-inch waist. She only takes it off when she showers or works out. Is this healthy?

Do Over-the-Counter Pain Pills Work as Well as Opioids?

The Doctors discuss whether or not over the counter pills are as effective at relieving pain as prescription opioids.

Could Smoking Weed Soon Be a New Spa Treatment?

Colorado may soon be home to what’s billed as America’s first licensed marijuana spa. If approved, it will offer massages using oils, ganja yoga, and a communal lounge where you can smoke and relax.

Drs. Rx: Make Your Next Decision a Smoother Process

The Doctors share a trick that could help you make your next decision.

What Airport Spot is Dirtier Than the Terminal Toilet?

Researchers recently did swab tests in three major airports to determine the most germ-ridden spots and found a surprising culprit.

How Often Do You Change Your Sheets?

A recent survey found that the average person changes their sheets every 24 days. Is that healthy?

Concussions Just Got Easier to Diagnose

The FDA recently approved a blood test to diagnose concussions for the first time ever.

Could Your Sleep Be Improved by Having More Sex?

Having trouble sleeping? A new study suggests your solution to more shut-eye might be getting busy more often.

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.

How to Ease Your Joint Issues

The Doctors discuss how joint discomfort or a loss of flexibility or mobility can range from mildly irritating to impactful and may last for weeks, months, or even years.

How to Prevent Thigh Chaffing When you Workout

Erica wants to know what she can do about thigh chaffing when she works out. Women’s Health Magazine’s fitness director Jen Ator joins The Doctors in celebration of National Women’s Health Week to share tips and proper skin care steps to prevent it.

Summer Health Pop Quiz

Which of these uncomfortable health conditions flare up in warm weather?

Tool to Tone Your Face and Neck?

The Doctors weigh in on the "Jawzrsize" device that reportedly tones your face and neck when you bite on it. Is this a buzz or a bust?

Patient’s Burn from MRI Mix-Up

A man went for an MRI and came out with a hole burned on his stomach from a metal EKG tab being left on him before the procedure.

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.

Is Being Overweight Contagious?

Do people mirror the behavior of their social circles? The Doctors discuss an interesting study that looks at military families and how their weight is affected by the communities they are assigned to live in.

Could This Belt Help Your Loved One in a Fall?

Falls are the number one cause of injuries and deaths from injuries among senior citizens. Could this belt be the answer?

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.

Drs. Rx: How to Make Any Workout Feel Easier

The Doctors reveal a simple workout tip that will have you smiling ear-to-ear.

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

Could Your Partner’s Scent Lower Your Stress?

The Doctors discuss new research that finds the scent of a romantic partner can help lower stress levels.

Why Do Men Have Nipples?

Here is why men have nipples.

Can a DIY Gallbladder Flush Help Rid Gallstones?

Is a DIY flush a good alternative to getting a gallstone removal procedure done? Gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sacher weighs in.

What You Should Do before Trying an Alternative Treatment

The Doctors continue the naturopathic debate with Dr. Steve Novella who runs the “Science-Based Medicine” website and California certified naturopath Peggy Branson. They share tips of what you should be aware of before undergoing any treatments.

One Woman’s Naturopathic Nightmare

Meet Jodi who shares her story of what she says was a naturopathic nightmare. The Doctors examine if naturopathy is real medicine or sham science.

Are ‘Natural’ Treatments Safe?

Dr. Steve Novella who runs the “Science-Based Medicine” website and naturopath Peggy Branson debate the validity of naturopathic treatments and if there’s a place for naturopathy in modern medicine.

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?

True or False: 90 Percent of Aging is Due to Your Genetic Makeup

The Doctors share the results of this DNA pop quiz.

Woman’s Extreme Pain during Urination Caused by Passing Larvae

This shocking story is a cautionary tale in using adequate protection to keep from being bitten by flies, mosquitos and other bugs in tropical locations.

Woman Suffering a Stroke Saved by Her Smartphone

A woman suffered a stroke while video chatting with her sister, who was able to identify what was happening and get her medical help. Do you know how to stop the signs?

Drs. Rx: Do You Suffer From Daily Chronic Pain?

The Doctors share the one change you can make that might help ease pain in your shoulders and hips.

This is How Dirty Your Keyboard, Keys and Phone Actually Are

You use these items every day, but just how dirty are they? The Doctors share the results from their swab test.

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.

Can you Diagnose Sleep Apnea with an App?

The Doctors social media producer Karyn recently discovered that she snores with the use of a sleep monitoring app. Sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta answers her question about whether or not the app can also diagnose sleep apnea.

Stretches to Stop Slouching?

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares some great exercises that you can do anywhere to help combat slouching.

Tips on How to Quit Smoking

Cigarette smoking causes nearly half a million deaths in the United States every year. Brian joins The Doctors to share that there is hope after cigarette addiction.

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?

Is the BMI Chart Accurate?

The Doctors answer a viewer’s question about the accuracy of using the body mass index chart. Should we still be using this as barometer for healthy weight?

‘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.

Hope for Childhood Scars

Eileen joins The Doctors to share about how one fateful night when she was three years old has left her in pain and uncomfortable in her own skin.

Self-Defense to Stop an Attack

Every 98 seconds an American is assaulted. OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry headed to a self-defense class to learn the best moves to stop an attack. Would you know what to do?

Tips to Combat Stinky Feet

The Doctors answer a viewer’s question about how to combat her son’s smelly feet.

The Two Things that Are Aging You Faster

The Doctors discuss two recent studies that have shown these two things can damage your DNA and make your cells age faster.

Tips to Avoid Snoring

As The Doctors resident snorer, dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra shares a few tips to keep you from snoring through your next night of sleep.

Too Much Gas Causes Plane to Make an Emergency Landing

The Doctors discuss a recent story about a plane that was forced to make an emergency landing after a man refused to stop farting, causing a fight to break out mid-air.

Drs. Rx: Need a Happy Mood Boost?

The Doctors reveal a cure for one of those days where nothing seems to make you happy.

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.

Common Antibiotics with a Dangerous Side Effect?

One of the most commonly prescribed groups of antibiotics has come under fire with reports that some people have suffered sometimes catastrophic injury after taking them. Are you at risk? 

Self-Medicating with Fish Antibiotics?

Fish are given the same antibiotics as people including amoxicillin, ciprofloxacin, and penicillin, and some people are using these as a quick and cheap way to try and cure infections without seeing a doctor. How dangerous is this?

Dishware Swaps That’ll Trick You into Cutting Calories

Lose weight by changing the color (and size) of your plates.

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. 

Alternative to Opioids in the ER

Opioid addiction often starts in the emergency room.

Snail Makes Home of Boy’s Elbow?

The Doctors discuss the story of an 11-year-old boy that had a tiny snail removed from an abscess on his elbow after a trip to the beach. 

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. 

Restroom Hand Dryers Breed Bacteria?

Should you think twice before using the blowing hand dryer in a public bathroom?

Synchronize Your Health!

Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall and Tom Menighan, CEO of the American Pharmacists Association, join Dr. Travis Stork to discuss some of the difficulties adhering to medication schedules.

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.

How to Handle Explosive Diarrhea

Diarrhea at an inopportune time? Gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez weighs in on how to handle this unfortunate situation.

Surprising Signs of Hearing Loss

Nearly 27 million Americans age 50 and older have hearing loss, but did you know that only 1 in 7 uses a hearing aid? The Doctors share some hearing loss signs to look out for.

Would You Wear Your Underwear More Than Once?

The Doctors are joined by urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz to share whether this dirty habit is actually dangerous.

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?

Drs. Rx: The Tea for a Better Night’s Sleep

The Doctors share an herbal combination that could help you catch some serious Z’s.

Are Your Oxygen Levels Affecting the Color of Your Blood?

Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon weighs in on a viewer question about dark-colored blood.

Is It Normal to Go a Week without Pooping?

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork takes on a viewer’s question about frequency of pooping. When do you know that you’re constipated and should seek help?

Fitness Pants That Boost Your Butt?

The Doctors take a look at some popular fitness pants that claim to give your butt a boost.

Is Mindlessness the New Mindfulness?

Mindfulness has turned into a billion dollar concept where people discover how to be mindful in their everyday lives. But could mindlessness replace mindfulness this year?

Do Odor-Resistant Gym Clothes Work?

Anti-stink fitness clothes are becoming a new trend on the market, but do they really work?

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.

Celebrity Workout Trends for 2018

Fitness trainer David Kirsch joins The Doctors to share how J.Lo keeps her frame toned, how Margot Robbie got into Olympic shape, and how Britney Spears has kept her abs rock hard.

Could This Device Help You with Squats?

Dr. Levi Harrison, sports medicine doctor, joins The Doctors to demo a product that claims to help people do squats. Is this device safe?

Drs. Rx: The Vitamin That Might Repair Heart Damage

The Doctors share the vitamin that could actually repair damage that’s already been done to your heart.

How to Do a Proper Burpee

Have you ever tried to do a burpee? Sports medicine practitioner Dr. Levi Harrison joins The Doctors to show everyone how it’s done.

End of Life Discussions with a Chat-Bot?

Are patients more inclined to share honest feelings and desires about end of life care when no other human is present?

How to Prevent Stinky Breath

Here are some simple ways to get rid of that mid-morning bad breath stench.

What to Do When Someone Is Having a Stroke

There is a lot of misinformation out there about what to do in the presence of someone having a stroke. The Doctors share what lifesaving tips you should know.

Is it Better to Eat before or After a Workout?

The Doctors give advice to DailyMailTV’s Jesse Palmer about eating before or after the gym. What is going to help you feel your best?

Will the Equipment at Your Gym Make You Sick?

Jesse Palmer, host of DailyMailTV, joins The Doctors to ask about how careful he needs to be about germs at the gym this flu season.

How Common is Adult Bedwetting?

Sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta answers a viewer question about why she might be wetting the bed.

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?

What Is the Difference between Laxatives and Stool Softeners?

Proctologist Dr. David Rosenfeld joins The Doctors to share how laxatives and stool softeners work inside the body, and what to reach for when you’re constipated.

Are Sex Dreams Normal?

Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho shares the meaning behind sex dreams with bosses, exes, and other inappropriate people.

Does Your Morning Workout Make You Feel Nauseous?

If you hit the gym on an empty stomach, chances are you might feel nauseous on the treadmill. Here's why.

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.

Drs. Rx: Is Pantry Perfection Linked to Weight Loss?

The Doctors share that keeping your pantry clean and organized like Khloe Kardashian might also help you make better food choices.

Don’t Stifle Your Sneeze

The Doctors discuss a 34-year-old that tried to prevent a sneeze, which landed him in the hospital on a feeding tube.

Is Your Protein Powder Toxic?

Could your daily dose of protein contain hidden and harmful ingredients? Executive director of the Clean Label Project Jackie Bowen joins The Doctors to share about lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic and BPA.

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.

Are There Health Benefits to Raw Water?

Internist Dr. Zubin Damania and President of Summit Spring Water Bryan Pullen join The Doctors to debate the merits of tap water verses raw water directly from the source.

Is Drinking Raw Water Safe?

Some people in the United States are opting to spend money on raw, unfiltered, untreated water. But is it safe? Internist Dr. Zubin Damania and President of Summit Spring Water Bryan Pullen join the debate.

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.

Buzz or Bust: Tea Tree Oil

Meghan Markle says she never travels without tea tree oil. Is Meghan’s “cure-all” for acne, cuts, and mosquito bites buzz or bust? Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra weighs in.

Why Your Stomach Makes Weird Noises after You Eat

The Doctors answer a woman's question about the concerning noises stomach makes after enjoying a slice of pizza.

Why It Doesn't Get Dark When We Blink

Here's why we experience seamless vision despite blinking.

Drs. Rx: Increase Muscle Strength without Changing your Workout?

The Doctors discuss a very heady way to get different results at the gym.

Dr. Abs 6-Pack Moves

Chiropractor and “Bachelorette” contestant Bryan Abasolo shows off some of his favorite ab moves that keep his abs in six-pack shape.

Buzz or Bust: Inflatable Neck Traction Device?

This device is designed to be worn around your neck and take the pressure off your nerves. Chiropractor and “Bachelorette” contestant Bryan Abasolo shares his opinions on this inflatable device.

Drs. Rx: Should You Workout When You’re Sick?

The Doctors share the rule of working out when you’re under the weather.

Drs. Rx: Write This Down for a Better Night’s Sleep

The Doctors share a tip that could help you sleep better during the night.

The Truth Behind Your Toots

The Doctors answer a viewer question asking, “Why are some farts squeaky and others silent”?

Device to Improve Your Posture?

The Doctors put a device to the test that claims to improve your posture with regular use. Does it really work?

Miraculous Brain Stroke Recovery

Meet Brisa and her family, who join The Doctors after Brisa suffered a pons stroke and they were all told Brisa would never be the same again.

Sneezing Myths Debunked

The Doctors discuss the truth behind some common sneezing myths.

What Your Cold Nose Means

Could a cold nose be a sign that your brain is working overtime?

Could a Plant Help You Stop Snoring?

A viral post claims a pineapple plant in your room can help you stop snoring. But is this true? The Doctors share the research and some tips to help you stop snoring while you sleep.

Hypnosis During Surgery?

Kelly Painter joins The Doctors to discuss her firsthand experience in the OR using hypnosis in place of general anesthesia during her breast lumpectomy.

Would You Skip Anesthesia in the OR?

Would you forego anesthesia for hypnosis in the operating room?

What Germs Are Lurking in Your Gym?

Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra shares what bacteria to be aware of at the gym and how to protect yourself from potential infections.

Drs. Rx: It's in Your Cupboard and It Could Be Making You Sick

The Doctors discuss an item that’s probably in your kitchen cabinet right now and could be contaminated with a type of E. coli bacteria. Here’s what you need to know.

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.

What Can Cause Itching of the Anus?

Proctologist and colorectal surgeon Dr. David Rosenfeld shares that this common problem is multifactorial but the number one reason for anal itching is stool touching the skin. Is this happening to you?

What Might the Color of Your Poop Mean?

Find out the two colors of poop that you may need to be concerned about.

What Causes Your Poop to Stink?

Poop is bacterial residue and it’s always going to smell unpleasant. Does your poop smell extra foul? Find out some potential reasons why.

Instant Bowel Movement from an Egg Breakfast?

Gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez shares that for some people eating an egg in the morning causes an instant bowel movement. Do you have this rare food allergy?

Runny Nose for 7 Years?

Teresa has suffered with a constant runny nose and goes through at least two boxes of tissues a day. What could be the cause?

On Blood Thinners? Be Aware of Purpura

The Doctors discuss purpura, a common condition that can occur for people who have clotting issues or a history of heart attack or stroke.

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.

When to Have the DNR Conversation?

The Doctors discuss the importance of having end of life conversations with loved ones.

Postpartum Shedding?

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

Drs. Rx: A Simple Sleep Aid to Try

40 million people in the United States suffer from chronic long-term sleep disorders. The Doctors share the shot of health that just might help you get a better night’s sleep.

This gym was built out of melted knives

This gym was built out of melted knives

3 Ways to Prevent an Early Death

The Doctors share three simple ways to prevent an early death

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.

Waking Up At 5 AM For 5 Days

What could you do with extra time in your morning? Lucie experiments with her extra hours when she wakes up at 5 am every day for a week.

Help for Woman Experiencing Rapid Weight Loss

Gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sacher and internist and nutritionist Dr. Melina Jampolis join The Doctors to share the results of Marie’s tests and confirm she has quite a few things going on simultaneously, which are making her feel sick.

Help! My Body Is Wasting Away

Marie comes to The Doctors with the hopes of getting help for her unpredictable symptoms and rapid weight loss.

Bacon is This Kale Salad's Perfect Wingman

A salad that'll make you crave kale.

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.

Men's Health: Britain's Steroid Epidemic

Men's Health: Britain's Steroid Epidemic

NEW STEROIDS

NEW STEROIDS

Is This Alternative Treatment for Muscle Pain the New Cupping?

The Doctors discuss the Chinese Gua Sha treatment that works to loosen muscles. Could this practice be the new cupping?

11-Year-Old Designated Driver?!

The Doctors discuss a recent case where an 11-year-old acted as his uncle’s designated driver.

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?

How Dirty Is Your Canned Beverage

A canned beverage can be refreshing but could it also be crawling with germs? The Doctors uncover the dirty truth!

5 Ways to Improve Your Winter Mood

Beat those cold weather blues.

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.

MH 15 MINUTE WORKOUTS - BLOW YOUR WOD

Blow your WOD - Faisal number 2

MH 15 MINUTE WORKOUTS PRESS UP PUMP

Pyramid of Pump workout - Bradley Simmonds

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.

MH 15 minute workout - Alex Crockford

Pressed to impress

A Surprising Treatment for Athlete's Foot?

Should you be looking for relief for your athlete’s foot in the oral care aisle of your drug store?

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?

MH 15 MINUTE WORKOUT - HIIT IN THE FACE

Bradley Simmonds first 15 minute workout

MH & British Army: Press-Ups

MH & British Army: Press-Ups

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.

‘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.

Are You Sabotaging Your Reputation?

The Doctors are joined by Arel Moodie host of “The Art of Likeability” podcast to discuss why being liked is so important to us.

DAY 1: 300 PRESS-UPS

DAY 1: 300 PRESS-UPS

Breakfast Pizza recipe

Breakfast Pizza recipe

Primal9 kangaroo

Primal9 kangaroo

100 DD final post

100 DD final post

Ripped In a Minute: Boxing

Ripped In a Minute: Boxing

DAY 4: 300 PRESS-UP

DAY 4: 300 PRESS-UP

Ripped In A Minute: Abs

Ripped In A Minute: Abs

DAY 2: 300 PRESS-UPS

DAY 2: 300 PRESS-UPS

MOVE, SHAPE, SHRED

MOVE, SHAPE, SHRED

MasterClass 2.02

MasterClass 2.02

Tricep circuit

Tricep circuit

REACH MOVE SHAPE SHRED - LUNGE MATRIX

REACH MOVE SHAPE SHRED - LUNGE MATRIX

BXR OVER HEAD PRESS

BXR OVER HEAD PRESS

BXR PLANK

BXR PLANK

MOVE, SHAPE, SHRED 2

MOVE, SHAPE, SHRED 2

Drs. Rx: The Hot Digestive Aid to Know

The Doctors discuss a tea that can help with digestion. Are you drinking it?

3 Ways To Calm Yourself When Anxiety Kicks In

Self-help tricks to curb the bad feels.

Breast Case Scenario

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

The Woman Addicted to Exercise Returns!

The Doctors met Erin last season and she’s back after rehab to talk about her new outlook on life. Check out the amazing surprises The Doctors have in store for her.

Remember the Woman Addicted to Exercise?

Last season The Doctors met Erin who was addicted to exercise, sometimes working out up to 8 hours a day. The Doctors claim she was one of the sickest patients they have ever seen.

The Doctors Answer Your Poop Questions

The Stool Squad is back to answer some of your pressing poop questions.

Drs. Rx: Could Your Cell Phone Save Your Life?

The Doctors share how your cell can be used in an emergency to potentially save your life.

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.”

Risky Reviews for Doctors?!

People trust online reviews for restaurants, hotels, and repair services, but should we take a step back when it comes to trusting reviews of doctors?

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.

Constipation Crisis!

More Americans are experiencing chronic constipation â€" what can you do about it? Proctologist Dr. David Rosenfeld joins The Doctors to share what you can do to enjoy going number two.

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.

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.

Woman Bit by her Pet Boa Constrictor

The Doctors discuss a 9-1-1 call made by a woman who was bit by her boa constrictor.

3 Couch Workouts for Your Next Binge-Watching Sesh

Get your NetFLEX on.

What Scares Aaron Carter the Most?

After a battery of tests, Aaron learns the state of some of his vital organs, including the shocking discovery about his health from his endoscopy.

Drs. Rx: A Trick to Help Improve Your Memory

The Doctors share a tip that just may help improve your memory.

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.

Update on Mom Who Heard Her Son’s Voice for the First Time Post Surgery

Here’s an update on Dawn, a mom whose successful surgery allowed her to hear her son’s voice for the very first time.

Most Shared Video: Mother Hears Son’s Voice for the First Time

Dawn lost her hearing when she was 30 years old. Watch as she hears her son's voice for the very first time after the surgery that will change her life forever.

It's Finally Roasted Pumpkin Seeds Season

This fall favorite is just a roast away.

Stealth Exercises You Can Do At Work

These four moves are your new go-tos.

Matcha Tea is the Healthy Bev of Your Dreams

Green is the new black coffee.

DIY Slime (Cause Why Should Kids Have All the Fun?)

The best new way to reduce stress.

Man Mistakenly Uses Super Glue Instead of Ear Drops!

The Doctors discuss how a man mistakenly used super glue in his ears instead of ear drops.

Why You Need to Stop Ghosting Your Lunch Break

Work hard, lunch break harder.

Can Sleeping on Your Left Side Benefit Your Health?

The Doctors are joined by pulmonary and sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta to find out if sleeping on your left side can improve your health.

Why a Foam Roller is the Next Best Thing to a Massage

Roll your way to relaxation.

Must-Know Information for Life & Death Decisions

The Doctors are joined by ICU and Palliative Care physician Dr. Jessica Zitter and documentary filmmaker Dan Krauss, from the Netflix documentary “Extremis,” to discuss the importance of preparing for the end of life.

How to Make Your Best Age… Now!

Psychologist and author of “You Best Age Is Now” Dr. Robi Ludwig shares tips on to reinvent the way we feel about age and also embrace our inner teen.

Man's Headache Caused by a Tapeworm!

Luis shares how an intense headache caused doctors to discover he had a tapeworm in his brain!

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.

Hydrogen Peroxide and Rubbing Alcohol Can Be Harmful to a Cut

The Doctors discuss why treating a wound like a cut or a scrape with hydrogen peroxide and rubbing alcohol can actually be harmful.

5 Ways to Stay Healthy While Enjoying Your Vacay

Yes, it *can* be done.

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.

Drs. Rx: Laughter’s Amazing Health Benefits

Not only does laughing feel good, it’s also good for your health. Find out what cracking up can do for your body and overall health.

Woman Treats Her PTSD with Wolves

Sarah tells The Doctors how animal therapy at a wolf sanctuary helped with her PTSD, which stemmed from a sexual assault.

When Heat Can Be Hazardous To Your Health

Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall joins The Doctors to talk about steps you can take to be safe when it gets hot outside.

Physical Therapy for Your Pelvic Floor?

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

Bullfighter Gored!

Bullfighting can be a dangerous and sometimes deadly sport and bullfighter Antonio found out just how scary it can be when he was gored. The Doctors weigh in on the extent of his severe injuries.

Drs. Rx: Flowers Can Help Boost Your Health!

The doctors discuss all the amazing benefits that flowers can have for our health.

Lipstick for Your Lady Parts?

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

Drs. Rx: Can Pink Noise While Sleeping Help Your Memory?

You have heard of white noise, but find out the reported benefits of pink noise.

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.

BXR OVER HEAD PRESS

BXR OVER HEAD PRESS

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.

Drs. Rx: Call Your Parents â€" It Could Help Them Live Longer!

The Doctors discuss how keeping in contact with your older loved ones like your parents and relatives could help improve their health and extend their lives.

How Volunteering & Giving Back Can Help Your Health

Giving back is not only good for your soul, The Doctors explain how it is also beneficial to your health.

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.

Doing THIS with Your Nostrils Could Relieve Stress

Find out how alternate nostril breathing could put you at ease and help you relax.

Hack Your Way to Happiness?

Is the key to happiness just a few hacks away? Dr. Anna Akbari, author of “Startup Your Life: Hustle and Hack Your Way to Happiness,” is here with her tips on how to boost your happiness and overcome your biggest happiness hurdles.

Drs. Rx: To Test or Not to Test?

The Doctors discuss the importance of speaking with your doctor about which medical tests you need and when.

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.

MOVE, SHAPE, SHRED

MOVE, SHAPE, SHRED

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.

These 5 Crystals Claim to Help You De-Stress, Sleep Better, and Boost Your Mood

Many people believe crystals can de-stress, boost energy, and brighten your mood. These are some of the best crystals to add to your collection.

Facial Cupping for Youthful Skin?

Skin care expert Nurse Jamie and dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra show us the ins and outs of one of the newest beauty trends, facial cupping. See what it can do to your skin!

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!'

What Highly Successful People Do Right Before They Go to Bed

Here are the nightly routines of the most successful people in the world.

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.

DAY 5: 300 PRESS-UPS

DAY 5: 300 PRESS-UPS

DAY 1: 300 PRESS-UPS

DAY 1: 300 PRESS-UPS

4 Ways to Score Free Workouts

No gym membership required.

Pill-Free Car Sick Cure?

Rosie tests out a new high-tech treatment in an attempt to curb her car sickness. Find out what she thought of the BAUD Device, which was created by Dr. Frank Lawlis.

Extreme Motion Sickness

Rosie Mercado suffers from extreme motion sickness, which has recently intensified. Can The Doctors help her find a solution?

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.

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.

Why Do Some Farts Smell Worse Than Others?

We break down why some instances of breaking wind are more odorous than others. Plus, find out if there is anything you can do to ease the smell.

Cancer from Breast Implants?

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

Answers for Woman Who Absorbed Her Twin in the Womb

Geneticist Dr. Brandon Colby joins The Doctors to help Taylor unlock the medical mysteries of chimerism.

I Absorbed My Twin in the Womb

Taylor, who absorbed her twin in the womb, has chimerism. Find out what her life is like with two different blood streams and two immune systems, and why her skin is two different colors.

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.

5 Weird Signs You're Dehydrated

Your body has some interesting ways of telling you that you need to drink more water. Here's what you should look out for.

Putting Paper on a Toilet Seat Is Actually a Bad Idea

Think again! It can actually make matters worse. Public health experts say covering a toilet seat with paper is less hygienic than simply plopping down on a bare seat. Why? We explain.

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.

Tips to Find a Skilled Doctor

In an effort to avoid a botched surgery, The Doctors share tips on how to find the best doctor and surgeon.

Can Hypnotherapy Help You Conquer Your Sugar Addiction?

A sugar-loving Drs. staffer looks to conquer her sweet tooth through the power of hypnosis.

Did Hypnosis Cure Drs. Staffer's Sugar Cravings?

Did just a few sessions of hypnotherapy cure our staffer of her cravings? Hypnotherapist Grace Smith and The Doctors discuss how the power of suggestion can change your life.

Companies With the Most Fatalities

FindTheCompany used data from OSHA to find the most fatal workplace accidents and the companies where the accident occurred.

Saying THIS Daily Can Help You Gain More Confidence

The Doctors reveal what daily action can help you feel better about yourself and the world.

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?

6 Health Hacks from Connie Britton

The actress formerly known as Rayna James (RIP) and Tami Taylor is known for dishing out great wisdom. So when we got the opportunity to sit down with Connie Britton, we wanted to hear what kind of health advice she’d have to offer.

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.

Have You Had an Unnecessary Medical Procedure?

It’s estimated we spend up to a trillion annually on unnecessary medical treatments in the U.S. Spine surgeon Dr. Hooman Melamed joins The Doctors to shed insight on how this happens to so many unsuspecting patients.

How to Protect Yourself against Unnecessary Procedures

Spine surgeon Dr. Hooman Melamed joins The Doctors to share how you can protect yourself. Here’s what you need to know before you undergo a procedure to make sure it’s really necessary.

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.

Does this Healing Trend Actually Work?

The Doctors discuss Kambo, a poison derived from an Amazonian tree frog that’s being used an alternative way to treat depression, anxiety, and alcohol addiction. Would you try it?

Healing Through Frog Poison?

Could the poison from an Amazonian tree frog help treat depression, anxiety and alcohol addiction? Many believe the poison known as Kambo is life-changing.

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.

Drs. Rx: THIS Uncomfortable Emotion Can Be Good for You!

Stepping out of the comfort zone can be hard, but feeling this emotion that comes along with it can lead to good things!

Drs. Rx: Doing THIS Could Help Lower Blood Pressure and Stress!

The Doctors reveal the one thing you can do to help keep your stress and blood pressure down.

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.

Toilet Paper for Your Phone?

An international airport in Japan recently installed a new type of “toilet paper” for your cell phone! Should the U.S. get on board?

Successful People Use THIS Simple Rule

The Doctors reveal a simple rule that successful people use.

Improve Your Memory by Doing THIS

The Doctors reveal an easy way to improving your memory and it won’t cost you a thing!

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.

Put THIS in Your Coffee Mug for a Boost?

The Doctors share putting this in your coffee mug could make you happier and more energetic.

Putting THIS on Your Phone Could Change Your Life

The Doctors recommend adding this simple thing to your phone to change your outlook every day!

Science Says Dirty Coffee Cups Okay?

According to an infectious-disease expert, it’s completely fine to re-use your coffee cup with a few important stipulations.

Herpes from Wrestling?

Former Georgia high school wrestler recently filed a lawsuit with a complaint that he contracted type 1 herpes and a staph infection while wrestling in a school match. Could this have been prevented?

Can you Contract Herpes at the Gym?

Are you in danger of contracting herpes at the gym? The Doctors discuss how to keep yourself self.

Grow Cannabis in Your Kitchen?

Since marijuana has become legalized in a number of states, there are a few new products hitting the market. Check out this refrigerator that allows you to grow cannabis in your own kitchen.

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.

4 Sneaky Exercises You Can Do at Work

Get your workout in from the comfort of your desk.

New Device Can Smell Cancer Before Doctors Can Detect It

Recent medical tests have revealed that it is possible to detect certain illnesses and conditions by analyzing the particles in someone's breath. Researchers are hopeful that a new device developed by Breathtec called the Na-Nose could be used to provide early detection of serious conditions, and a new study is showing very promising signs.

These Are the Healthy Food Trends You'll See in 2017

We’re almost at the end of 2017, which means a lot of new beginnings. One of those being, of course, the New Years Resolution. In the New Year, tons of us will be looking at our health to reevaluate what we can improve for the next year. And 2017 wi

Does Alcohol Keep You Warm?

After a couple drinks, you start to feel warm and toasty. But does alcohol actually keep you warm?

Drs. Rx: Skimping on This Can Double Your Risk of Having a Car Accident

The Doctors reveal what you need to be a better and more alert driver.

The Effects of Stress on Your Body

With the busy holiday season coming up, it's important to stay healthy. Learn about the effects of stress on the body and what you can do to minimize it.

The Best Time to Call in Sick?

The Doctors reveal the best time and day to call in sick…and also the best excuse to give.

What Causes Gynecomastia?

After Michael went through puberty, his growing chest caused his life to change drastically. Endocrinologist Dr. Joseph Pinzone diagnosed him with gynecomastia. Learn more about this condition and see what surprises The Doctors have in store for Mich

My Chest Is Ruining My Life

Michael’s life changed dramatically when he went through puberty and realized that he was growing breasts. Michael meets with endocrinologist Dr. Joseph Pinzone to find out what could be causing this embarrassing condition.

Real Housewife Kelly Dodd Undergoes Past Life Therapy

We follow “Real Housewives of Orange County” star Kelly Dodd as she meets with past life regression expert and author Ann Barham to learn more about where her present day anxiety comes from.

Doctor Turns Health Info into Rap Parodies

Dr. Zubin Damania otherwise known as ZDogg MD, joins The Doctors to discuss how he got started turning health information into rap parodies.

Your Medical Social Media Questions Answered!

The Doctors take to the show’s social media accounts to answer some of your questions. From facial fillers to diarrhea, the Doctors have you covered.

PMS Boosts Intellect?

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

Fact or Fiction: Is Tequila The New Probiotic?

A recent article claiming that tequila might be the new kombucha has been getting a lot of attention. Is it real…or too good to be true?

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.

Acu-facial for Anti-Aging?

Real Housewife Heather Dubrow joins The Doctors to test a couple anti-aging treatments to see if they actually work. An acu-facial uses acupuncture to tighten and smooth the skin. But can this ancient practice take years off your face?

Crystal Therapy for Anti-Aging?

Real Housewife Heather Dubrow joins The Doctors to test a couple anti-aging treatments to see if they actually work. Crystal healer Naha demonstrates crystal therapy on a volunteer. Can it take years off her face?

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.

Fight Seasonal Stress!

The holidays can be filled with stress, sadness, and even depression. The Doctors show us ways to combat the holiday blues!

Weight Loss Surgery for Teens?

ABC’s ‘Extreme Weight Loss’ star Chris Powell and bariatric surgeon Dr. Dirk Rodriguez join The Doctors to discuss the latest weight loss surgery trend for teens. Is this the best approach to battle the obesity epidemic in kids? Te

Meet a Teen Who Underwent Weight Loss Surgery

Meagan and her mother Clarissa join The Doctors to talk about her life-altering bariatric surgery that helped her lose over 150 pounds.

Delaying Motherhood Makes You Smarter?

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

Would You Buy Restaurant Leftovers?

About 40% of the food produced in the U.S. goes to waste each year. This new app that lets you buy restaurant leftovers is trying to combat that.

How to Start Working Out in the Morning

We picked the brains of trainers and nutritionists for lifestyle changes you can make to help you become the person who wants to rise and grind.

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.

Marijuana in Bars and Restaurants?

Denver will become the first city to allow people to use marijuana in bars, restaurants, and public places. Would you go to a weed bar?

What's the Real Deal: Blood Makeover?

Will this treatment turn back the hands of time from the inside out? Clint Eastwood’s Daughter Alison Eastwood joins The Doctors to discuss her experience with blood therapy!

Modern Day Bloodletting?

A video has recently gone viral showing a treatment technique commonly used in Chinese medicine to relieve pain, swelling or disorders related to blood congestion. Warning, it’s graphic!

Drs. Rx: Can Doing THIS Increase Your Happiness?

The Doctors reveal a simple way to make you smile more.

Moving Forward After Almost Deadly Dog Attack

Pennelope survived a near deadly dog attack. She joins The Doctors with her daughter Jeanette hoping to move forward from her debilitating fears.

Taking Medicine to New Heights

Chief medic from the new show “Everest Air,” Jeff Evans, joins The Doctors to share about his exciting life as medic on Mount Everest.

Used Underwear for Sale Online?!

The Doctors discuss a recent story about a woman that sold a used pair of underwear for $5,000 online.

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.

Medicine Combinations to Avoid!

Here are some important prescription drug and food combinations to avoid that won’t show up on your Rx label.

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.

How to Clear a Stuffy Nose!

The Doctors reveal a simple trick to clearing your stuffy nose.

Unlucky Man Bitten Twice by Spider

The Doctors discuss an Australian man who had the misfortune of being bitten by a poisonous spider on his genitalia…TWICE!

Dirty Dining Exposed

Restaurant menus have 100 times more bacteria than a toilet seat! But sometimes the menu is the least of your worries. Our viewers have shared some of their grossest restaurant experiences and Howie Mandel shares some of his own.

Where is Your “Poop Button”?

According to acupressure experts, there’s a pressure point that, when pressed, makes going number 2 a lot easier. Do you know where your poop button is?

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.

Are Selfies Good for Your Self-Esteem?

A recent study found that a daily selfie can actually improve one’s self-esteem…or selfie-esteem!

How I Discovered I Had Breast Cancer as a Young Woman

6 women share their stories.

Surprises for Family Affected by Toxic Mold

Stacie and Daniel are joined by toxicologist Dr. Noreen Kahn-Mayberry, cardiologist Dr. Mehran Khorsandi, mold expert Mitch Renberg and internist Dr. Avi Ishaaya to learn how toxic mold has affected their health.

Family Affected by Toxic Mold

Stacie and Daniel join The Doctors to discuss the several types of toxic mold found in their house. Toxicologist Dr. Noreen Khan-Mayberry explains how this mold could be affecting their health.

Toxic Home Has Been One Family’s Health Nightmare

After a series of mysterious illnesses, one family learned their dream home was actually the cause of their health issues. Check out their harrowing tale.

What Everyone Gets Wrong About Eating Disorders

SELF joined body positivity advocate Iskra Lawrence at the NEDA Walk in New York City to talk to people about what they wish everyone understood about eating disorders.

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!

U.S. Water Contamination?

The Doctors, joined by environmental activist Erin Brockovich, discuss a new study released from the Environmental Working Group that found 218 million American’s water contains levels of chromium-6 that are considered dangerous.

Do You Know What’s in Your Water?

The Doctors, joined by environmental activist Erin Brockovich, discuss how to find out what’s in your drinking water!

If You’re Trying to Save Money, THIS Might Be the Unexpected Answer

Saving money can be easier if you work this into your regular routine.

MMA Fighter on Losing His Son to a Drunk Driver

Professional mixed martial artist Marcus Kowal joins The Doctors to share about the biggest fight of his life that he didn’t see coming.

MMA Fighter Sets Non-Profit in Honor of His Son

Professional mixed martial artist Marcus Kowal joins The Doctors to discuss the fatal loss of his son to a drunk driver. See how he's moving forward.

How to Correct Your Posture

Personal trainer and fitness expert Laura Williams shows you how to correct your posture.

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...

Get Smoother Skin with This Honey and Avocado Mask

Save the other half for guac.

Why Matcha Tea is Basically Yoga in a Cup

Don't focus on the color, just drink it.

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.

This Trick Will Help Break In Your New Clothes

Adding THIS to your laundry will help new clothes feel soft and worn.

Olympians’ Medical Records Hacked

Canada has taken a surprising approach in their fight against the heroin epidemic: prescription heroin. Addiction specialist Ken Seeley joins The Doctors to discuss this plan.

Can Bed Bugs Infest an Airplane?

After being bitten over 100 times, a family alleges their seats on a recent flight were infested with creepy crawlers.

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.

5 Silent Threats to Your Health

Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, joins The Doctors to share 5 health threats that have no noticeable symptoms telling you something is wrong.

This Man’s Incredible Benefits of Losing Weight

From getting off of medications to simply breathing, Zach’s life has completely changed after he lost over 300 pounds.

Is THIS Standing in the Way of Your Healthy Diet?

The Doctors reveal the one thing that’s messing up your diet that has nothing to do with food or exercise.

Food Fertilized with Human Urine?

Fruits and veggies are essential to good health, but would you eat them if they were sprayed with human pee?

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.”

Japanese Cushion Hides Your Farts?

A Japanese company has created a product for when you’re in a public space but have to pass gas. It not only silences your farts but also masks the smell with an odor-absorbing cushion. Would you try this?

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.

Testing Beauty Trends: Sauna Face Mask and Genital Enhancement

The Doctors discuss two health and beauty trends: sauna face mask and genital enhancement. Is either trend worthwhile?

Trump on Health Care for Criminals!

New York and New Jersey bombing suspect Admad Khan Rahami was arrested Monday after a gun battle with police. Trump made comments about the great quality of hospital care that the alleged criminal would receive while being treated for his wounds.

Reusable Bottles Unhealthy?

Could reusing a water bottle without washing create a danger to your health?

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.

What the Health?! Can Hickeys Kill?

The Doctors discuss a tragic headline about a teenager who died after receiving a hickey. Was the hickey actually the reason for his death?

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.

Zika Protection Tips

How can you protect yourself and your family from the threat of Zika? Here are some EPA recommended products and tips to help keep you safe.

Drs Investigate: Zika Scams?!

The Doctors investigated many products on the market claiming to keep people safe from Zika, from gadgets to jewelry. The truth is they may offer no Zika protection whatsoever!

Digital Heroin?

Pretty much every kid has some sort of digital device, but did you know they could have a drug-like effect on your kid?

The White House Effect: How Would Clinton and Trump Look Like in 8 Years Time?

A specialized aging company shows us what Clinton and Trump might look like after 8-years in the office. Also, we get a sneak peek at how ER physician Dr. Travis Stork is going to age.

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.

Drake's "After-Show" Recovery Routine?

Plastic surgeon Dr. Ordon tries out a device that singer Drake uses as part of his "after-show" recovery routine.

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.

Natural Ways to Relieve Headache Tension

Tips to relieve pain and tension.

Secret Ingredient to Getting Rid of Acne

Get clear skin in no time.

When You Need a Pregnancy Test

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

4 Gold Medal Health Tips from Mary Lou Retton

We're all proud of and inspired by our U.S. Olympic Women's Gymnastics Team, and like the "Final Five," we were in complete awe when Mary Lou Retton won her first ever gold medal for America back in 1984. She's gone from golden child, to mom of four, and she's heading up a campaign called "Dear Future Me." She gave Bradley Hasemeyer a list of things you can do right now, that will benefit your future self.

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.

Acupuncture Treatments and Physiotherapy

Lieon Kit, DPT, MEd, CSCS, MCPA, Physiotherapist, discusses Acupuncture Treatments And Physiotherapy

How Much Do You Know About Your Breasts?

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

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/

Six Healthy Breakfasts That Won’t Break The Bank

Breakfast that's in your budget.

Self-Care Practices for Your Body And Soul

Refresh, renew and reconnect.

Yoga Matters: Working Online

Whether it's schoolwork, work work, or just browsing, most of us spend hours everyday sitting at a computer. Join Mariah Perkins and Jordan Younger (The Balanced Blonde) as they share their tricks for staying refreshed and healthy while you do!

How to Stay Healthy on Vacation

Having fun doesn't have to be unhealthy.

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.

6 Ways to Reduce Workplace Stress

Work wellness into your office.

Surprising Health Benefits of Getting Enough Sleep

Benefits go beyond beauty.

Pre-Bedtime Rituals for Better Sleep

Six habits that'll help you sleep soundly.

This Common Kitchen Staple Can Zen You out in a Matter of Minutes

The Doctors reveal the kitchen item you should keep on hand to help relax you.

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.

Health on the Road with Country Singer JT Hodges

JT Hodges take us through his diet and workout routine, which keeps him in great shape while on the go.

Buy Food From a Stranger’s Kitchen?

“Homemade” app creator Nick joins The Doctors to discuss his new app that would allow you to purchase food from neighbors and friends right from your phone.

Healthier Hair: Don't brush your hair after showering

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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.

Banish Dry Winter Skin

Ari Sarsalari gives us a few winter skin care tips to avoid that pesky dry skin.

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.

Seven Ways to Sleep Better Tonight

Stop feeling tired.

Five Simple Ways to Live in the Now

Mindfulness made easy.

Playing with Fire?

The latest social media trend known as the “fire spray challenge” has The Doctors very concerned as kids are using aerosol cans of cleaning fluid to create mega-flames that can easily get out of control.

Simple Ways to Reduce Stress Now

Psychologist Dr. Zelana Montminy, author of “21 Days of Resilience,” joins The Doctors to share some ways to distress and overcome life’s challenges.

Weightlifter Hurls during Deadlift

The Doctors are joined by Brianna who successfully deadlifted 347 pounds but not without losing her lunch.

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.

Busy Lifestyles and Brain Function

If your day is jam-packed with things to do, your brain may actually benefit!

Mayo Clinic Minute: A New View of Distracted Driving

The U.S. Transportation Department calls distracted driving a dangerous epidemic. Every day in America, at least 8 people are killed and more than 1,100 are injured in crashes that are reported to involve a distracted driver. Mayo Clinic is working to reduce those numbers through its injury prevention program. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, injury prevention coordinator Kim Lombard highlights an interactive tool being used to show the real dangers of being distracted while behind the wheel.

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.

Put It to the Test: Wine Wand and Wrinkle Cream

Do you get red and flushed when you drink wine? “The Wand” reportedly helps combat “wine glow.” And, do you have dry, wrinkled skin? Stemu Tone by Adonia claims it can reverse it. But do these products work?

16-Foot Tapeworm from Sushi

The Doctors discuss a 16-foot tapeworm that took doctors 5 days to remove from a sashimi lover’s stomach.

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.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Burned out Nation

More than half of all adults in the United States are stressed out and burned out. That's according to Mayo Clinic's Dr. Edward Creagan. He says modern life is non-stop, and the demands on our time, talents and to-do lists can be overwhelming. Burnout can lead to fatigue, depression, sleep issues and even heart disease. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Vivien Williams talks to Dr. Creagan about burnout.

Five Easy Exercises to Prevent Carpal Tunnel

Do them right at your desk.

Six Easy Ways to Add Wellness to Your Lifestyle

Simple, happy and healthy.

Five of the Absolute Easiest Ways to Diet

Simple, happy and healthy.

Five Easy Ways to Cut Calories

Just add water!

Simple Massage Tips For a Restful Night

Relieve tension easily.

Students Get Hands-on Look at Medicine

A Mayo Clinic seminar with a surgical twist recently gave high school students a chance to feel what it’s like to be a medical professional. The interactive lab was modeled after a Mayo Clinic YouTube series that teaches simple lifesaving techniques through short videos. In this report, Jeff Olsen takes you on a field trip to the Saving Lives With Gus: High School Medical Seminar where the theme of the day is hands-on learning.

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?

Diane von Furstenberg Cloned Her Dog!?

Diane von Furstenberg and her husband Barry Diller cloned their beloved Jack Russell terrier for $100,000. Would you ever clone your pet?

4 Steps to Spring Cleaning

Open the windows, clean the closets and sweep the garage. Springtime means spring cleaning. Mayo Clinic experts want people who are tackling the grit and grime left behind by winter to be safe and healthy in the process. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Vivien Williams talks to preventive, occupational and aerospace medicine specialist Dr. Clayton Cowl about four tips to safe and healthy spring cleaning.

Dr. Berman Joins the LA Clippers Dance Squad?

Dr. Jennifer Berman drops in on a LA Clippers Dance Squad rehearsal and shows off some moves of her own. Could dancing be just what the doctor ordered?

Drs. Rx: Need a Cheap Way to Prevent Heel Blisters?

The Doctors reveal a cheap and easy way to help prevent painful heel blisters.

3 Things to Keep in Your Emergency Kit

The original “Incredible Hulk” and special deputy sheriff Lou Ferrigno joins The Doctors to share the must-have items in your personal emergency kit.

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.

Three Glasses of Wine for Better Photos?

The Doctors discuss Brazilian photographer Marcos Alberti’s new ‘3 Glasses Project’ to see if people make better photo subjects after three glasses of wine.

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.

PETA Joins The Doctors to Discuss Controversial Ad

PETA’s international media director Ben Williamson joins The Doctors to discuss a new PETA ad that suggests eating chicken may actually affect penis development.

Grossest Earwax Removal Ever

The Doctors discuss this video from an ENT doctor in Malaysia whose patient came in completely deaf in one ear. What came out is hard to believe.

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.

Trick Yourself Into Drinking More Water

When it comes to health, hydration is key.

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.

Sued for Posting the Wrong Pic?

The Doctors discuss a recent story about a Chicago woman who sued a man for posting a photo of her recovering from an alcohol binge in the ER.

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.

Benefits of Changing Bed Sheets Regularly

Changing bed sheets regularly could help improve your sleep.

Would You Buy a Memory Perfume?

A company in France has created a perfume that captures the scent of a loved one…specifically someone who has left this world.

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Olivia Munn’s Secret for a Youthful Looking Face

The Doctors reveal the product that Olivia Munn gives credit to for making her skin glow.

Turkey Zucchini Burgers with Tahini Sauce

A twist on a BBQ classic.

What’s the Real Deal: Infrared Saunas?

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork decided to check out the HOT new infrared sauna trend all the celebrities are raving about. But is it worth it?

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.

How to Do the Reach Back & Arabesque for Long, Lean Legs

In this video, celebrity fitness trainer Tracy Anderson shows you how to do the Reach Back & Arabesque, a full-body exercise that strengthens your arms, abs, and legs. Grab a mat and get started!

Tone Your Arms and Upper Back with This Move

Ready to get your muscles burning? Watch this video to learn how to do the Throw & Reach move with celebrity fitness trainer Tracy Anderson. This lightening-fast exercise will strengthen your arms and upper back.

5 Basic Moves to Get Started with Pure Barre at Home

Ready to take your barre obsession to your living room? In this video, Sarah Wingo from Pure Barre demonstrates five powerful moves that can be done in or out of the studioâ€"no ballet barre required!

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.

Gender and Healthcare Gap

Why are men less likely to go to the doctor?

Tips to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

Getting a better night’s sleep might decrease your risk for developing certain health issues like type 2 diabetes. The Doctors reveal tips on how to get quality shut-eye!

A “Bromance” with Benefits?

Life and business strategist, Gary Coxe, joins The Doctors to discuss a new study that suggests “bromances” have the same effect on the brain as romantic relationships. Have you hugged your bromantic partner today?

Erase Bad Memories with Your Eyes?

Can you get rid of a painful memory just by moving your eyes? The Doctors discuss EMDR or “eye movement desensitization and processing,” which is being used to treat conditions like anxiety and depression. But does it work?

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.

Is Your Apartment Filled with Secondhand Smoke?

Attorney Areva Martin joins The Doctors to discuss a recent groundbreaking ruling in favor of one NYC apartment dweller in a lawsuit over secondhand smoke infiltration.

Is a Popular Wellness Product Potentially Unsafe

A daycare center filled with toddlers recently had a carbon monoxide scare…but could a popular wellness product be to blame?

3 Mess-Free Summer Snacking Hacks

Avoid sticky fingers at every BBQ.

Is There Mold in Your Child’s Sippy Cup?

'The Doctors' discuss a viral picture posted after one mom popped open the anti-leak mouth piece on her child’s sippy cup and found it covered in mold.

Simple Blood Test for Concussions Is Coming, Researchers Say

Researchers say they’ve taken a significant step toward a simple blood test for concussions, which can be hard to detect. They took blood samples from hundreds of patients treated for concussions to develop the test.

Why Research Says the ‘10-Second Rule' Is Dangerous and Could Kill You

New research says you should think twice before picking up food that’s fallen to the ground and eating it: The risk of contamination grows the longer food has been left on the ground, and is dependent on the type of food and type of surface it lands on. The TODAY anchors are clearly split on the issue.

Hints to stop aging from beauty expert Narine Nikogosian

Return to Beauty by Narine Nikogosian will restore your glow.

Author Pete Cerqua's 90-Second Fitness Solutions

Tips for great abs by the author of The 90-Second Fitness Solution.

Fitness guru Pete Cerqua shares his tips on picking up supplements

Pete Cerqua makes it easy to find the right supplements you need to stay healthy!

Weapons Against Migraines

Migraines: They appear in an instant, but can stick around for days. Here's the good news though! There are some habits you might want to incorporate into your life to arm up against those mood killers and work inhibitors. Here are a few natural tips against migraines.

Vitamins That Might Actually Be Bad for You

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

Are You Guilty of Sick Shaming!?

The Doctors discuss shaming coworkers for showing up to the office sick and the proper etiquette when someone around you is coughing, sneezing and blowing their nose.

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

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

5 Foods to Help You Lose 5 Pounds

Celebrity nutritionist Keri Glassman joins The Doctors to tell us what 5 foods to stock up on to help you lose those last pesky 5 pounds! To check out some recipes, click here .

6 Foods That Look Healthy but Actually Aren't

Make sure to always check your food labels.

Male Enlargement Injection Leads to Death?

The Doctors discuss the story of a man who died after getting an illegal silicone injection to enlarge his private part.

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.

Party and Avoid Hangovers

Are you ready to drink the night away this weekend without suffering a hangover? These are some tricks you can use to drink and still enjoy the morning after. Get ready to party all night and go to work like nothing happened.

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.

Stay Cool with a Marble S'well

Looking for a sweat-proof water bottle that can keep your water cold for up to 24 hours? Or a giant, insulated bottle that will keep wine chilled for a picnic? Or a bottle that will keep coffee or tea piping hot all day? Then you want a S'well. Between the sleek design and the smart, thermal technology, a S'well is unlike any other bottle. And these fresh marble patterns are an unbelievably chic way to stay hydrated.

Debunking 3 Common Drinking Myths

Americans drink on St. Patrick's Day and on, really, any other day of the year. So to make sure you drink safely, The List's Bradley Hasemeyer had Mark Massimi from 'Total Wine & More' debunk some common drinking myths.

Smartphones and Medical Help

Is your smartphone dependable in a health emergency?

Canned Oxygen: A Breath of Fresh Air

You have heard of flavored water, so how about flavored oxygen? It comes in a can and some believe just a few puffs can leave you feeling renewed and re-energized. Best part? NO CALORIES! Now that's something that might be worth inhaling.

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!

'Extreme Weight Loss' Contestant Rod Durham Found Dead at 52

Teacher who was once on "Extreme Weight Loss" found dead.

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

Clouse family home is filled with children again.

6 Surprising Fixes for Constipation

If you get constipated (along with 42 million other Americans), you know all too well just how uncomfortable it can be. Luckily, you have a few options that will help to get things moving. Watch this video for the full list.

7 Best Natural Ways to Cure Headaches

The next time you feel your head throbbing (or you want to prevent a headache from coming on), you can try a few natural remedies. Doing moderate aerobics or applying cold can help. Watch this video for more ways you can beat a headache.

6 Simple Tricks to Boost Your Metabolism

Your metabolism is not completely under your control, but there are plenty of ways that you can rev it up each day by creating some healthy habits. Watch this video for the six ways that you can boost your metabolism.

Health Guidelines: Do They Apply to You?

The world of medicine is complex. Researchers continuously find new ways to diagnose and treat disease. With so much information being generated, how do health care providers and consumers keep up? One way is to refer to guidelines drafted by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and other organizations. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Vivien Williams talks to internal medicine specialist Dr. Denise Dupras about how to interpret guidelines and whether or not they apply to you.

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!

Drunk Driving After One Drink?!

Do you think the feds should lower the the blood-alcohol threshold for DWI/DUIs to .05 or lower? Find out what The Doctors think about this potential new policy.

3 Fun Fitness Tracking Apps

Getting your heart rate up is no big deal, but staying excited about exercising isn't so easy! If your fitness tracker isn't setting you on fire anymore, don't sweat it. The List's Donna Ruko with three apps that will trick up your fitness tracker and keep you in the game.

Can Teaching Girls to Be Nice Backfire?

A recent New York Times article suggests we might be doing more harm than good when we teach our daughters to be kind instead of to stick up for themselves. The Doctors share some tips on how to do both.

Iowa Man Reunites with Trooper Who Saved His Life

An Iowa man was reunited with the trooper who saved his life after KCCI viewers were able to identify him. Keleigh Nealon (@KeleighNealon) has the story.

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'Orphans Of Ebola' Explores Lives Of Young Ebola Survivors In Sierra Leone

"Orphans of Ebola" explores the tragic epidemic through the eyes of a young boy who has lost numerous family members to the disease. Director Ben Steele joins HuffPost Live to discuss his documentary.

'Orphans of Ebola' Director Ben Steele

"Orphans of Ebola" explores the tragic epidemic through the eyes of a young boy who has lost numerous family members to the disease. Director Ben Steele joins HuffPost Live to discuss his documentary.

Controversial Breastfeeding Meme?

The Doctors discuss a photo that recently went viral of a toddler pretending to breastfeed his newborn sibling, which has caused some divided opinions.

'Orphans Of Ebola' Explores Lives Of Young Ebola Survivors In Sierra Leone

"Orphans of Ebola" explores the tragic epidemic through the eyes of a young boy who has lost numerous family members to the disease. Director Ben Steele joins HuffPost Live to discuss his documentary.

'Orphans of Ebola' Director Ben Steele

"Orphans of Ebola" explores the tragic epidemic through the eyes of a young boy who has lost numerous family members to the disease. Director Ben Steele joins HuffPost Live to discuss his documentary.

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.

Controversial Breastfeeding Meme?

The Doctors discuss a photo that recently went viral of a toddler pretending to breastfeed his newborn sibling, which has caused some divided opinions.

Would You Buy a Fake Doctors Note Online?

The Doctors discuss how people are buying fake doctor's notes online.

Drs. Rx: Christie Brinkley's Age-Defying Health Secrets

The Doctors reveal two of model Christy Brinkley's age-defying health secrets.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Inside a Colonoscopy

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Mayo Clinic Cancer Center researcher and gastroenterologist, Paul J. Limburg, M.D., says even though colorectal cancer is the the second leading cause of cancer death, colonoscopy and other screening methods make it one of the most preventable cancers. Here's Dennis Douda for the Mayo Clinic News Network.

Dangerous Foods: 3 You Wouldn't Expect

Here's a sickening stat: The FDA estimates around 48 million Americans get food poisoning every year. TheList's Bradley Hasemeyer has a list of culprits you wouldn't expect.

Mayo Clinic Minute - Tips for Transitioning to a Standing Desk

Sitting for long periods of time is linked with a variety of health problems, including obesity, diabetes and heart disease. It's the kind of news that might have you considering a standing workstation. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen talks with a wellness exercise specialist from the Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Program about some things to consider before you ditch your desk chair.

Height, Weight and Life Success

Is being short or overweight a real disadvantage when it comes to career and income?

4 Things That Cause Inflammation

Is your swollen body causing you constant discomfort? No matter what you've tried you can't fight the inflammation? It could be more than an injury, here are a few tips to fight a swollen body.

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?

How Clean are Your Grocery Store Bulk Bins?

Have you ever wondered if your grocery store's bulk bins are clean or filled with germs? The Doctors conducted a swab test and sent it to a lab. Wait until you hear the results!

Roast, Bake, and Shake Yourself to a Better Body?

The Doctors are joined by dermatologist Dr. William Schweitzer and three of his patients to discuss a new non-invasive fat-loss procedure. You won't believe the before and after!

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.

Your Bromance May Be Good For Your Health

GUess what, Bros? Close Male Friendships COuld Help With Stress Management

Top 5 Facts About MDMA

MDMA, typically known as ecstasy or Molly, is one of the world's most infamous recreational drugs, and also one of its most fascinating.

Your Bromance May Be Good For Your Health

GUess what, Bros? Close Male Friendships COuld Help With Stress Management

Top 5 Facts About MDMA

MDMA, typically known as ecstasy or Molly, is one of the world's most infamous recreational drugs, and also one of its most fascinating.

3 Drinks That Keep You Young

Ponce de Leon may have never found the real Fountain of Youth, but we did... in the kitchen! Here are 3 drinks that will improve your skin, build stronger muscles, and help you fight off heart disease.

Mayo Clinic Minute - Tips for Transitioning to a Standing Desk

Sitting for long periods of time is linked with a variety of health problems, including obesity, diabetes and heart disease. It's the kind of news that might have you considering a standing workstation. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen talks with a wellness exercise specialist from the Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Program about some things to consider before you ditch your desk chair.

Why This Badass Female Cop Wants to Teach You Self-Defense

Trish Hoffman explains the need for female self-defense education.

Get Motivated and Start These Lifestyle Changes

Have you ever made a New Year's resolution, only to look back months later and realize you haven't even started or given it much thought since the clock struck midnight. Well, TODAY is the day you make a healthy change in your life. So how do you get started? With these 3 easy lifestyle changes that will help get you started with realistic goals.

Woman Run Over by Two Cars and Left for Dead Lives to Share Her Story

The Doctors meet with Jasmine who survived being run over by two cars. Her long road to recovery has been painful and The Doctors help out by sending her to specialists. To see more of her incredible story, click here .

Woman Who Survived Being Run Over Twice Meets the Man Who Saved Her

Hit and run survivor Jasmine meets the man who stopped to call 911 and saved her life, Trent. Watch their tearful reunion. Plus, see what else The Doctors have in store for Jasmine to help with her incredible recovery.

Special Report: Bobbi Kristina Brown Autopsy Report

News in 2:00 has obtained the official autopsy report for Bobbi Kristina Brown from the Fulton County Medical Examiner. Find out how the only child of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston died.

"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 .

Is Male Pattern Blindness Real?

The Doctors discuss a recent viral video that highlights the theory of "male pattern blindness." Do you think it's real?

San Francisco's Open-Air Urinal Controversy

The Doctors discuss a new open-air urinal installed in San Francisco's Delores Park. Attorney Kevin Snider, who is behind a potential public restroom lawsuit to have it removed, joins to discuss if the urinal is safe.

One Thing More Dangerous Than Texting While Driving

The Doctors reveal one thing we all do that's more dangerous than texting while driving. Do you do it?

Special Report: Bobbi Kristina Brown Autopsy Report

News in 2:00 has obtained the official autopsy report for Bobbi Kristina Brown from the Fulton County Medical Examiner. Find out how the only child of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston died.

Mom of 16: Tips to Satisfy Picky Eaters

Picky eaters... we all know some! Our Mom of 15, Lyette Reback, from Mom 15, a HooplaHa Original Series is now a mom of 16! Congratulations to this beautiful - still growing - family! This experienced mom knows a thing or two about raising kids. She shares some of her advice on this brand new episode of Mom 16. As I'm sure you can imagine, Lyette and and her husband, David, have a very busy life, making sure their children are happy, productive and doing what they love.

“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 .

U.S. Soccer Icon Brandi Chastain Will Donate Her Brain To CTE Research

Brandi Chastain wonders if she could have CTE?

The Disgusting Places People Put Boogers

The Doctors discuss a recent survey that uncovered all the shocking places people admitted to putting boogers.

U.S. Soccer Icon Brandi Chastain Will Donate Her Brain To CTE Research

Brandi Chastain wonders if she could have CTE?

Mayo Clinic Minute: Health Risks of E-Cigarettes

E-cigarettes are big business. Some people who want to try vaping may have questions about safety. Right now, there aren't many definitive answers from scientific research about potential health risks. This can make it difficult for some consumers to make informed decisions. One recent study from the University of California San Diego reveals that e-cigarettes may be toxic to airways, cause inflammation, decrease immunity and increase your risk of infections.

Get Your Geek on While Getting in Shape

Do you ever want to work out but feel the gym is just so boring? So-called geek-friendly gyms and online fitness communities are popping up across the country to make every workout a new adventure!

6 Reasons Vaginas Are Amazing

Here are six reasons vaginas are the best!!

How Much Does Your Period Cost?

Having a period is way too costly.

Airport CPR Kiosk…Helps Save a Boy Struck By Lightning?

The Doctors discuss the incredible story of a boy who was struck by lightning and saved by a classmate who had just learned CPR from an airport CPR kiosk. To meet them, click here .

Meet a Boy Struck By Lightning

Meet a boy who was struck by lightning and then saved by a classmate who had just learned CPR from an airport CPR kiosk.

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?

How Dirty Is Your Movie Theater?

The Doctors investigate movie theater germs ? and what they found might shock you.

Mandatory Fitness Trackers for College Freshman?

Should colleges require incoming freshman to wear fitness trackers? A college in Oklahoma is doing just that! Besides helping ward off the "freshman fifteen," are there other benefits as well?

Airport CPR Kiosk?Helps Save a Boy Struck By Lightning?

The Doctors discuss the incredible story of a boy who was struck by lightning and saved by a classmate who had just learned CPR from an airport CPR kiosk. To meet them, click here .

Meet a Boy Struck By Lightning

Meet a boy who was struck by lightning and then saved by a classmate who had just learned CPR from an airport CPR kiosk.

Breathalyzer Condom Vending Machine?

The Doctors share their opinion on a new condom machine being tested in the UK that will give you a free condom if you pass a breathalyzer test.

Doctors Remove Ants from a Girl's Ear

See the crazy viral video of doctors removing hundreds of ants living and reproducing in a young girl's ear canal.

How Super Model Linda Vojtov Spends Her Day Off

Ever wonder what models do when they're not modeling? For Czech super model Linda Vojtov the answer is refreshingly down to earth. On her days off the blond bombshell hangs with friends, checks in on the week ahead, remixes tracks composed by her Czech grandfather (included in this video), and goes to the gym. What sets her off-duty routine apart however, is that her friends are some of the most beautiful women in the world and her gym routine is well, we'll let you see that for yourself.

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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Johnson & Johnson Ordered To Pay $72 Million

Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay $72 million to Jacqueline Salter Fox after a jury found that the company’s talc-based baby powder caused her ovarian cancer.

Is an Artificial Liver Ready for Human Testing

On any given day about 15,000 Americans are on the liver transplant waiting list, hoping they can get a lifesaving donor organ in time. It’s that kind of statistic that’s had doctors looking for alternatives for decades. Now, a new study in the Journal of Hepatology reports that Mayo Clinic researchers may have a bioartificial liver ready to do the job for some of those patients.

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Johnson & Johnson Ordered To Pay $72 Million

Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay $72 million to Jacqueline Salter Fox after a jury found that the company's talc-based baby powder caused her ovarian cancer.

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?

Why Are Your Ears Ringing?

You are in complete silence, but the buzzer in your ear doesn't shut off. There are many reasons why your ear is still ringing. Check out what is making your ear buzz and how to control it.

Sitting Is the New Smoking: Here's 3 Ways to Quit

The average person sits over nine hours a day and it's wrecking their health. As soon as you sit down, the electrical activity in your muscles drop and your calorie burning rate plummets to about one per minute. It's time to get up, stand up, and turn things around with these three methods.

This Is What The Ideal Man Looks Like Around The World

Nineteen people were asked to make one man look beautiful according to their country's definition of beautiful and the results are something else.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Obesity Linked to ADHD

Obesity and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are common conditions in the U.S. Research led by experts at Mayo Clinic shows there is a connection between the two. In a study published in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings, the researchers found that for women, there is an association between having ADHD as a child and being obese as an adult. Reporter Vivien Williams has more in this Mayo Clinic Minute.

Factors That Affect Standardized Test Scores

Does the time of day a standardized test is scheduled affect a student's performance?

Gender Equality and the Rules of Attraction

Intelligence or looks? What matters more when you're looking for a partner?

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.

What's Lurking in Your Salad?

How clean is your favorite salad bar? The Doctors perform a swab test at a few popular hot spots and sent the results to a lab to be analyzed. Wait until you hear what was found!

A Trick to Help You Fasten a Medical Bracelet by Yourself

The Doctors reveal a trick to help you fasten a medical-alert bracelet by yourself!

Is an Artificial Liver Ready for Human Testing

On any given day about 15,000 Americans are on the liver transplant waiting list, hoping they can get a lifesaving donor organ in time. It's that kind of statistic that's had doctors looking for alternatives for decades. Now, a new study in the Journal of Hepatology reports that Mayo Clinic researchers may have a bioartificial liver ready to do the job for some of those patients.

Gastric Sleeve Surgery Patients Share Their Stories

Sleeve gastrectomy is a surgical weight-loss procedure that permanently reduces the size of the stomach. In this video, two people who have received this weight-loss treatment share their story.

Gastric Sleeve Surgery Patients Share Their Stories

Sleeve gastrectomy is a surgical weight-loss procedure that permanently reduces the size of the stomach. In this video, two people who have received this weight-loss treatment share their story.

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Journey Into the Depths and Secrets of the Navel

Come friends, let's take this journey together.

App Linked to Teen Suicide?

Teens are misusing one of the key functions of a popular app, the ability to leave anonymous comments, and using it as a way to cyberbully one another.

Journey Into the Depths and Secrets of the Navel

Come friends, let's take this journey together.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Obesity Linked to ADHD

Obesity and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are common conditions in the U.S. Research led by experts at Mayo Clinic shows there is a connection between the two. In a study published in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings, the researchers found that for women, there is an association between having ADHD as a child and being obese as an adult. Reporter Vivien Williams has more in this Mayo Clinic Minute.

How Healthy Are the Presidential Candidates?

In the wake of Hillary Clinton's recent coughing fit, The Doctors and attorney and author Areva Martin discuss the health of the presidential candidates.

Medical Staff Torments Dementia Patients?

The Doctors discuss a shocking video of staff members at a convalescent home torturing a doll that's used to comfort patients with dementia and Alzheimer's.

Is Your Drug Store Making You Sick?

Have you ever wondered how dirty your drug store could be considering how frequently it's visited by sick people? Find out as The Doctors investigate!

Salesperson Body-Shames a 13-Year-Old Girl?

The Doctors discuss the story of a woman who says a salesperson at an upscale department store told her 13-year-old daughter she needed to wear Spanx in order to pull off a certain dress. Is this body shaming?

10 Ways You're Sabotaging Your Sleep Without Realizing It

Are you guilty of any of these bad sleep habits? Small tweaks to your daily routine can make a huge difference in helping you get better sleep ASAP.

Floating Can Help Reduce Stress

Float therapy has been proven to reduce stress and really clear your mind, man.

The Benefits of Looking in the Mirror

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork reveals why looking in the mirror could help you maintain good health!

9 Easy Ways to Become a Morning Person

These tweaks just might make you a morning person yet.

Florida Teenager Arrested for Pretending to Be a Doctor

An 18-year-old Florida teenager was arrested in Palm Beach for running a clinic and seeing patients without a medical license. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

10 Ways You're Sabotaging Your Sleep Without Realizing It

Are you guilty of any of these bad sleep habits? Small tweaks to your daily routine can make a huge difference in helping you get better sleep ASAP.

Floating Can Help Reduce Stress

Float therapy has been proven to reduce stress and really clear your mind, man.

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.

Guest Co-Hosts Share Their Favorite Tips

Surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk, dentist Dr. Chris Strandburg, and veterinarian Dr. Courtney Campbell share their favorite daily prescriptions with ER physician Dr. Travis Stork.

The Real Dirt on Beards

ER physician Travis Stork is joined by surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk, dentist Dr. Chris Strandburg, veterinarian Dr. Courtney Campbell, and Criminal Minds star AJ Cook to discuss a new study that revealed men with beards are actually healthier

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.

Kitchen Cures with Dr. Taz

Nutritionist Dr. Tasneem Bhatia, author of 'The 21-Day Belly Fix' and host of the online show 'Kitchen Cures,' shares DIY recipes to help treat symptoms of the flu and minimize a double chin!

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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.

Meet Couple Behind Viral Car Crash Photo

After Arika and Hunter got into a horrific car crash, a photo of them reuniting went viral. Meet them and see how they are doing today.

Little Girl Saved with the Help of Social Media

The Doctors discuss a heartwarming story of how social media helped save a little girl with large tumor growing on her head.

Remembering Christy O'Donnell

The Doctors discuss the recent passing of Christy O'Donnell, a mother and attorney who successfully fought for the passage of California's End of Life Options Act.

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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.

College Forced to Close Dining Hall After Mystery Illness

A mystery stomach virus has swept through a Pennsylvania college

College Forced to Close Dining Hall After Mystery Illness

A mystery stomach virus has swept through a Pennsylvania college

Vaping Can Harm Unborn Babies Nevous Systems

New study suggests Babies at risk when it comes vaping.

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.

An Easy Way to Possibly Add 10 Years to Your Life

The Doctors reveal an easy way to possibly add 10 years to your life!

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.

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 Ways Love Can Literally Drive You Crazy

It turns out that love may not be as mysterious as we would like to think. Not only can love be pin-pointed down to a science, the chemicals that make the brain crazy in love are the same ones cause addiction and psychological disorders.

Woman in Hospice Gets Birthday Wish - and Casino Winnings

An Iowa woman’s hospice team rallied together to give her the time of her life on what could be her last birthday. Keleigh Nealon (@keleighnealon) has the details.

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.

Woman in Hospice Gets Birthday Wish - and Casino Winnings

An Iowa woman's hospice team rallied together to give her the time of her life on what could be her last birthday. Keleigh Nealon (@keleighnealon) has the details.

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The Benefits of Chocolate During Pregnancy

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

Filmmaker Chris Bell on 'Prescription Thugs'

The US consumes more than 75% of the world's prescription drugs, yet we make up only 5% of the world's population. The Doctors are joined by filmmaker Chris Bell to talk about his documentary, 'Prescription Thugs'.

Do Plus Size Models Contribute to Obesity in Society?

Some people believe plus size models are doing more harm than good and encouraging obesity in society. The Doctors are joined by actress Carmen Electra to share their thoughts!

The Future of Human Lifespans: Is Evolution the Solution?

What if we didn't have to grow old and die? The average American can expect to live for 78.8 years, an improvement over the days before clean water and vaccines, when life expectancy was closer to 50, but still not long enough for most of us. So researchers around the world have been working on arresting the process of aging through biotechnology and finding cures to diseases like Alzheimer's and cancer. Assuming the human race is evolving, wouldn't lifespan grow with human evolution?

Will Only the Wealthy Afford to Live Longer?

What if we didn't have to grow old and die? The average American can expect to live for 78.8 years, an improvement over the days before clean water and vaccines, when life expectancy was closer to 50, but still not long enough for most of us. But will all of us be able to afford this life expectancy extension or will it be only the wealthy few who could afford it?

Is Curing Old Age Narcissistic?

What if we didn't have to grow old and die? The average American can expect to live for 78.8 years, an improvement over the days before clean water and vaccines, when life expectancy was closer to 50, but still not long enough for most of us. So researchers around the world have been working on arresting the process of aging through biotechnology and finding cures to diseases like Alzheimer's and cancer.

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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.

How Connection and Creativity Promotes Happiness

Every week millions of people try and fail to find happiness in a winning lottery ticket. The good news is, if you go about it the right way, the odds of achieving happiness are much better than winning the lottery. In this Mayo Clinic Minute with Jeff Olsen, Dr. Amit Sood shares two key ingredients for a happy life.

Extending Lifespan with Senescent Cells Manipulation

Researchers at Mayo Clinic have shown that senescent cells - cells that no longer divide and accumulate with age - negatively impact health and shorten lifespan by as much as 35 percent in normal mice. The results, which appear in Nature, demonstrate that clearance of senescent cells delays tumor formation, preserves tissue and organ function, and extends lifespan without observed adverse effects. Study author Jan van Deursen, Ph.D., comments.

The Benefits of Coloring for Adults

You may have fond memories of curling up with a box of crayons and a coloring book as a kid, but coloring is no longer just child's play. More adults are turning to coloring as a way to relax. As Vivien Williams tells us in today's Mayo Clinic Minute, it can help us focus and stay in the moment.

A&E Confessions: The Dignity of a Planned Death

Most of the deaths Dr. Chris Odedun, an emergency medicine registrar, has to deal with are ‘hectic, hot and smelly.’ But here he tells of helping an elderly patient with cancer experience a peaceful death surrounded by people she loved.

How This Neurosurgeon Went From Troubled Teen To Compassion Guru

Dr. James Doty explains how he became a compassion guru.

How Compassion Scientifically Impacts Your Health

Dr. James Doty explains how compassion scientifically impacts your health.

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!

National Health Check-Up

If you're hoping to be healthier but know there are barriers to that goal, you're like a majority of Americans surveyed in the first-ever Mayo Clinic National Health Check-Up. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen speaks with Dr. John Wald, Mayo Clinic medical director for Public Affairs, about the survey's results and how they'll be used to support health goals.

Is Showering Too Much Bad for You?

How many times a day do you shower? Once? Twice? Maybe even three times? Well, guess what? Showering more than once a day may be doing more harm than good on your skin.

The Hottest Way to Stay Hydrated

If you haven't noticed, we're pretty head over heels for S'well and their fun yet functional water bottles. They keep hot drinks hot for 12 hours, and cold drinks cold for 24 hours, so they're pretty much the leather jacket of water bottles? that is, the one you reach for when you know you're not going to be home all day. Plus they're BPA and toxin free, making them a better choice than a to-go coffee cup or a plastic bottle every time.

Back by Popular Demand: New from S'well

We couldn't help ourselves. We just had to bring back S'well's world-famous water bottles when we saw these new shades. Partly because you had to be lightning quick to snag one before they sold out last time, and partly because these amazing bottles keep hot drinks hot for 12 hours and cold drinks cold for 24 hours. So you can take your sweet time drinking that fair trade coffee (or full bottle of Pinot Grigio, if that's more your thing).

Are Over-The-Counter Sleep Aids Safe?

The Doctors are joined by sleep medicine specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta to discuss over-the-counter sleep aids. Are they safe?

Hidden Drugs in Your Supplements?

The Doctors discuss a recent news report that revealed a number of supplements secretly contain illegal and/or banned pharmaceutical-grade drugs.

Winter Hazard: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

When winter storms hit and the thermometer drops, homes are buttoned up tight as people try to stay warm. Unfortunately, it's also a time when cases of carbon monoxide poisoning rise. The invisible, odorless gas claims about 500 lives each year. Symptoms may include headache, dizziness, vomiting, chest pain and confusion.

4 Happiness Hacks You Can Do Right NOW!

Here are some cool happiness hacks you can do RIGHT NOW!

Should Funeral Homes Serve Cocktails?

The Doctors discuss a funeral home in Illinois that just started serving alcohol during their wakes and funerals. Do you think this is a good idea?

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.

6 Ways to Change Attitudes About Breastfeeding

Nigel Rollins, one of the World Health Organization's scientists, points out ways to change attitudes toward breastfeeding across the world.

Nigel Rollins: How to Increase Breastfeeding Rates

Nigel Rollins, one of the World Health Organization's scientists, talks about the WHO's review of breastfeeding practices around the world.

Gates Foundation CEO: Science Supports Breastfeeding

Susan Desmond-Hellmann, CEO, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, talks about the science behind breastfeeding and prevalent views about breastfeeding's benefits and disadvantages.

See the Sexiest Women of 2015, All at Once

Kendall Jenner, Charlotte McKinney, and Bella Hadid made it perfectly clear ? 2015 was a damn good year.

Is Sponge-Filled Syringe a Gunshot Wound Miracle?

The Doctors talk about the XSTAT 30, a new FDA-approved syringe filled with micro-sponges that can expand and fill a gunshot wound in 20 seconds.

Mayo Clinic Minute - Antibiotics in Animals

The American Academy of Pediatrics says the overuse of antibiotics to speed growth in animals is a creating a significant public health threat. In a new report, the group warns the drug-resistant bacteria showing up in the food supply is endangering medicine's ability to treat young patients. Jeff Olsen has more in this Mayo Clinic Minute.

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.

The Healthy Skeptic: BPA-Free Products

BPA, a chemical used in polycarbonate plastic containers and bottles as well as the linings of cans, has been linked to health problems in some studies. Though products made with BPA substitutes may appear to be safer, there's no guarantee that they are.

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Does Crying Baby Decoder App Work?

A new app claims to decode your baby's crying to let you know if your little one is hungry, sleepy, in pain, or needs a diaper change! But does it work? Find out as pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears and his patients put it to the test!

Fake Plastic Surgeon Convicted of 33 Felonies

The Doctors discuss Carlos Guzmangarza, who was recently convicted of 33 felonies after posing as a plastic surgeon and performing illegal operations. He apparently performed liposuction while smoking a cigar and flushed six pounds of fat down a patient's toilet.

New Hope for Infertile Couple

Lilia and her husband Miguel have been trying to conceive a child for 14 years, but many of the attempts resulted in Lilia experiencing a molar pregnancy. Hear from IVF fertility expert Dr. E Scott Sills on why this happens, and see the special surprise The Doctors have in store for them.

Lawmakers in Hot Water Over Sexist Breastfeeding Comments?

Chaos erupted in New Hampshire after a female lawmaker criticized a proposed anti-nudity bill on Facebook, and two male lawmakers responded with disparaging personal remarks about breastfeeding and her breasts.

Health News in 2:00

Get the latest health news you can use with 'The Doctors' News in 2:00!

Depression and Pregnancy

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

Mayo Clinic Minute: Why Donating Blood Matters

January is National Blood Donor Month. Mayo Clinic experts encourage all who are able to donate blood. During the winter months, blood is often in short supply, as fewer people donate over the busy holidays. The need for blood is on-going. Donating only takes about an hour, but your gift can make a lifetime of difference for those who need it.

Can Algae Prevent Hangovers?

Could taking a little green algae pill before you start drinking prevent your next hangover? Find out as The Doctors put it to the test!

Smoking and Breast Cancer

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

Man Dies for 12 Minutes After Being Struck by Lightning

Bob was struck by lightning and died while surfing with his family in Venice Beach. To find out what happened next, click here .

Meet a Man Who Died for 12 Minutes After Being Struck by Lightning

Bob was struck by lightning while surfing with his family in Venice Beach. He died for 12 minutes before being resuscitated by paramedics. Hear from Bob's family as well as the lifeguards who saved his life. To find out how you can take a CPR class in your area, click here .

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.

Man Mistakes Super Glue for Ear Drops

The Doctors discuss the story of a man who mistook super glue for ear drops, and squirted it into his ear.

Woman Beaten with Baseball Bat Makes Remarkable Recovery

A 22-year-old woman who was brutally attacked while walking her dog in a park is making an incredible recovery after a 19-day stint at the hospital. What's even more incredible, is her attitude towards her attacker. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Do Diet Mixers Make Alcohol More Potent? The Results!

A new study revealed that consuming alcoholic cocktails prepared with diet mixer can increase your blood alcohol level by as much as 25 percent! But is it true? Find out the results of our Doctors' investigation!

Do Diet Mixers Make Alcohol More Potent?

A new study revealed that consuming alcoholic cocktails prepared with diet mixer can increase your blood alcohol level by as much as 25 percent! Find out if it's true as we conduct our own Doctors' investigation! To watch the live results, click here .

Cardiologist Gives Safety Tips for Shoveling Snow

Some cities are expected to get as much as three feet of snow this weekend, which means that there will be a lot of digging and if you are not careful you could end up in the hospital. Dr. John Corbeli is a cardiologist with the VA Hospital in Buffalo and he says the safe way to shovel is by taking the snow from the top and bending your legs. He told INSIDE EDITION, "Shoveling is a lot of work, a lot of muscles are involved."

Mayo Clinic Minute - Health News Perspective

At a time when news stories are being boiled down to short posts on social media, it's important to dig deeper for a full perspective. That's especially true when it comes to medical information. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen gets a doctor's advice on wading through the steady stream of health care headlines.

Finance Industry's 'Macho Attitude' About Sleep Has Serious Consequences

Duke University professor Dr. Murali Doraiswamy discusses the pitfalls of the idea that getting less sleep is an indicator of power and hard work.

The Amazing Things Your Brain Is Doing While You Sleep

Duke University professor Dr. Murali Doraiswamy explains the functions your brain performs during your hours of unconsciousness.

Study Finds No Link Between Anesthesia Exposure & Mild Cognitive Impairment

A Mayo Clinic study of people who received anesthesia for surgery after age 40 found no association between the anesthesia and development of mild cognitive impairment later in life. Mild cognitive impairment is a stage between the normal cognitive decline of aging and dementia. The findings are published in the February issue of the medical journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings.

Work Schedule Is Top Barrier to Staying Healthy

According to the first-ever Mayo Clinic National Health Check-Up, most Americans experience barriers to staying healthy, with their work schedule as the leading barrier (22 percent), particularly among men and residents of the Northeast. While work schedule is a top barrier for women, as well, they are significantly more likely than men to cite caring for a child, spouse or parent. The Mayo Clinic National Health Check-Up takes a pulse on Americans' health opinions.

Is Being a Carbaholic as Bad as Being an Alcoholic?

The Doctors discuss a new study that says eating too many carbohydrates could be as hard on your liver as being an alcoholic.

Common Cough Myths

Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Freda Lewis-Hall, MD helps separate fact from fiction when it comes to treating your cough.

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.

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Mayo Clinic Minute - Anti-Aging Pill

There's been a lot of hype in the news recently about a medication called metformin and its potential use as an anti-aging therapy. The drug is commonly prescribed to treat type 2 diabetes. Mayo Clinic researchers are studying the medication to see if it can prevent diseases associated with aging such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and cognitive impairment. The goal ? to help people stay healthier longer.

How Much Water Should You Drink?

Water does everything from regulating your body temperature to lubricating your joints, and drinking it is one of the easiest ways to improve your health. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen talks to a registered dietitian who answers the question, "How much water should I drink?"

Young Woman Says Social Anxiety Is Ruining Her Life

The Doctors are joined by behavioral expert Gary Coxe to help a young woman suffering from severe social anxiety and a verbal disorder. To meet Morgan and see how she's doing today, click here .

Young Woman Seeks Help for Severe Social Anxiety

The Doctors are joined by behavioral expert Gary Coxe to help a young woman suffering from severe social anxiety and a verbal disorder.

'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.

Why You're Not Losing Weight Yet

Are you dieting but not seeing results yet? You might be stalling your weight loss. Watch this video for the reasons why you're not losing weight yet.

How Long Until You See Results of Your Skin Care Routine?

Starting a new skin care regimen can be exciting. Most patients eagerly check their skin for results daily. But remember: this isn't magic! You won't have perfect skin after the first day of starting your new skin care treatment. In fact, the timeline of when you will start to see results varies on what you are being treated for. Check out how long results for your treatment may take.

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.

Are You Having Distracted Sex?

Do you think about other things during sex? The Doctors are joined by sex and relationship expert Dr. Chris Donoghue to give you tips so you can better focus and be more fulfilled.

Extreme Acne Scar Procedure

Penny came to The Doctors last season seeking help for extreme acne scars, which she's been living with since she was a teenager. Since then, she's been receiving various treatments from plastic surgeon Dr. Brian K. Reedy. See how Penny's doing today, and hear Dr. Reedy's advice on how to prevent scarring if you suffer severe acne.

Sweat Belts: Do They Really Work?

The Doctors discuss one of the latest celebrity trends: sweat belts. Do they really work? Find out!

One More Reason to Learn That Second Language

Find out how learning a second language could end up saving your life!

5 Lies We've Been Told About Our Bodies

We've always been told, 'It's safe to drink your pee in emergencies!' Well guess what, its actually not okay! Find out what other lies about our bodies we've believed for most of our lives. You will be surprised to hear the truth!

The Health Implications of a Natural Gas Leak

Consumer Advocate Erin Brockovich is working with the Weitz & Luxenberg law firm to raise awareness on the Porter Ranch gas leak. Physician Dr. Bardia Anvar reveals possible health implications of being exposed to a natural gas leak, including hair loss, skin rashes, migraine headaches, irritated mucus membranes, sore throats, and respiratory problems such as asthma.

Relieve Stress the Ice-T and Coco Way

The Doctors reveal a fun and competitive way to help alleviate stress and anxiety.

Take Naps to Be More Productive

Naps and breaks, y'all!

Georgia Doctor Arrested After 36 of HIs Patients Die

Psychiatrist Narendra Nagareddy has been arrested and charged with overprescribing patients.

Sugar-Sweetened Beverages: Cutting Consumption

Should there be health warning labels on sugar-sweetened beverages?

Mayo Clinic Minute - Easy Ways to Get Moving at Work

We sit too much at work, and mounting research says it's making us sick. Moving around for even a few minutes an hour at your job can have a positive impact on your body, and it's easier than you might think. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen gets ideas from a wellness exercise specialist for adding moves to your day.

Should Doctors Run Concurrent Surgeries?

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork, OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton, and plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon discuss when doctors operate on two people at the same time. Find out the questions you should be asking before going under the knife.

Poop Pills Might Be The Solution To Weight Loss

Poop pills (yes, pills made of human feces) might the key to losing weight, say some researchers.

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.

EXCLUSIVE- Mount Sinai Doctor Accused of Ejaculating on Patient's Face

Dr. David Newman an emergency physician has been questioned by detectives about ejaculating on a patient's face.

Is Infidelity Genetic?

Scientists recently discovered a gene that's found in cheaters, alcoholics, and gamblers. The gene, DRD4, apparently affects levels of dopamine in the brain, and individuals with it are more likely to have a history of uncommitted sex and cheating.

Oh Yeah Birth: What Is Hypnobirthing?

Inbal, birth educator, doula and pregnancy yoga teacher, gives useful tips about hynobirthing.

3 Healthy Habits That Can Be Unhealthy or Dangerous

We've always heard the recipe for health is to get plenty of sleep and exercise, but can there actually be too much of a good thing? The answer is yes and The List's Donna Ruko has got your list of healthy things not to over do.

A Simple Way to Reduce Alzheimer's Risk

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork explains how changing one simple habit could help reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer's. Find out what it is.

Can Sleep Position Affect Overall Health?

Can sleeping on the left side of your body benefit your overall health? The Doctors are joined by sleep expert Dr. Raj Dasgupta to give you the real deal!

Are Intestinal Worms the Next Probiotic?

New research suggests ingesting parasitic worms could help balance the immune system and reduce inflammation in the body, similar to a probiotic. But is it safe? The Doctors discuss!

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.

State of Emergency Declared Over Tap Water in Flint

Dr. Karen Weaver, Mayor of Flint, Michigan, recently declared a state of emergency in Flint after it was discovered that the city's tap water was contaminated with lead. Hear what The Doctors have to say about the dangers of lead exposure, specifically with regards to children. To hear Dr. Weaver's plans for the future of Flint, click here .

Mayor of Flint Speaks on Water Contamination

Dr. Karen Weaver, Mayor of Flint, Michigan, joins The Doctors to discuss the recent state of emergency declared in Flint over lead contamination found in the city's tap water, as well as future plans with regards to the damage that has been done.

What People Who Go to Therapy Want You to Know

"Going to therapy is like getting a PhD in who you are."

If I Could Speak to My Mental Disorder

What would you say if you could speak to your mental disorder?

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!

Long Ride Back from CO Poisoning - Mayo Clinic

Winter is the time of year when cases of carbon monoxide poisoning rise, especially in colder climates. Homes are buttoned up tight as people try to stay warm. But, the invisible, odorless gas can strike in any season or any region and claims about 500 lives each year. Many more victims may suffer permanent injuries. A young motocross rider named Wyatt was one of the lucky ones. Here's Dennis Douda for the Mayo Clinic News Network.

Backed Up? Yoga Is Your Cure for Digestion Woes

Get your body back on track with this yoga routine and recipe.

The Doctors Investigate: Double-Dipping

Sure, double-dipping is gross...but is it bad for your health? You won't believe what's uncovered during this Doctors' investigation!

Are Intestinal Worms the Next Probiotic?

New research suggests ingesting parasitic worms could help balance the immune system and reduce inflammation in the body, similar to a probiotic. But is it safe? 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?

3D Printing of Patient Anatomy Aids in Surgical Planning

Not all great advances in surgery happen in the operating room. Some are coming off the printer - a 3D printer. At Mayo Clinic, radiologists and surgeons are teaming up to discover every possible detail about complex cases before the operation. In some situations, it means patients experience less pain, shorter hospital stays and quicker recoveries. Here's Dennis Douda for the Mayo Clinic News Network.

The Truth About Shaving Your Pubes

If you go bare, be aware.

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.

Woman Wants Permanent Birth Control Removed

Sabrina claims Essure permanent birth control has been making her sick and would like to have the insert removed. See the life-changing surprise The Doctors and Dr. E Scott Sills have in store for her.

What?! Stress and Anxiety Can Give Me This?!?

If you are constantly stressed, or feel anxious every day before getting to the office, you might be suffering from one of these 3 physical symptoms. Who knows, it could be your stress that is causing that pesky rash!

Life-Changing Surgeries in Nepal

Doctors' producer Jenn talks about how traveling to Nepal to help victims of a devastating earthquake was a life-changing experience. For more information on Healing the Children, click here .

5 Days of Sleeping 10 Hours a Night

Watch Refinery29's resident challenge-acceptor, Lucie Fink, sleep 10 hours a night for 5 days. Seems simple enough, huh? Tune-in to see just how sleeping more than normal can impact your day-to-day life.

Healing the Children in Nepal

Podiatric surgeons Alireza Khosroabadi, Jennifer D'Amico, and Carl Kihm join The Doctors to discuss their mission to Nepal to help victims of the devastating earthquake that struck in April 2015. To see how the experience changed the life of a Doctors' producer, click here .

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!

How Keeping Track Of Your Wellness Can Backfire

Shane Ferro discusses the negatives of keeping track of your wellness.

Why You Shouldn't Judge Your Co-Workers For Taking Lunch Breaks

Alyssa Spatola explain why you shouldn't judge your co-workers for taking lunch breaks.

How We Can All Stop Feeling So Overwhelmed At Work

Carolyn Gregoire and Jo Confino explain how we can all stop feeling overwhelmed at work.

How Getting An Hour More Of Sleep Improves Your Well-Being

Carolyn Gregoire explains how getting an hour more of sleep improves your well-being.

HuffPost's Workplace Wellness Initiative

Corporate culture can breed stress, illness and disease. But, to start the new year off healthier, HuffPost is focusing on the best ways to improve workplace well-being. We discuss how you can make your work day more fruitful for body and soul.

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?

Being Overweight Increases Your Risk Of Cancer

62% of adults in the UK are overweight or obese

'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.

Healing the Children in Nepal

Podiatric surgeons Alireza Khosroabadi, Jennifer D'Amico, and Carl Kihm join The Doctors to discuss their mission to Nepal to help victims of the devastating earthquake that struck in April 2015. For more information on Healing the Children, click here .

How To Make Those Fitness New Years Resolutions Stick

Journalist, fitness expert and personal trainer Jenna Wolfe talks about how to make those fitness resolutions stick.

3 Yoga Poses To Do Before a Stressful Day

This is the perfect routine for when you're facing a long or anxiety-filled day, from Diana Zotos Florio, certified yoga teacher and licensed physical therapist ( DianaZotos.com ).

The Stretch All Lower-Back Pain Sufferers Need to Try

Many of us will deal with lower back pain at some point in our lives. This simple stretch, from certified yoga teacher and licensed physical therapist Diana Zotos Florio ( DianaZotos.com ), can relieve the ache.

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

This is huge.

If Depression Were a Monster

My depression never leaves me alone.

An Orgasm a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

There are many benefits to having sex or masturbating on a regular basis.

UV Robots Zap Hospital Germs

A new government report this month says the rate of hospital-acquired infections has dropped 17 percent since 2010. Unfortunately, the rate held steady last year, and it's estimated that 1 in 10 patients will still contract an infection while hospitalized in the United States. Mayo Clinic has been testing a high-tech solution. Here's Dennis Douda with today's Mayo Clinic Minute.

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Kendall Jenner Hospitalized

Kendall Jenner was hospitalized for exhaustion earlier this year.

The Hair-Care Complication That Has Black Women Avoiding The Gym

Studies show many African-American women avoid physical activity because of the fear of "sweating out their hair." Miss Virginia USA has written a book to help women manage their hair, health, learn & the connection between hairstyles & obesity.

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.

HPL Takes On: End Of Life

From caring for an ailing loved one at home to institutionalized palliative care, HuffPost Live takes a sharp look at end of life and the effects of those final days on patients and caregivers.

How to Plan Realistic New Year's Resolutions

5, 4, 3, 2, 1?let the New Year's resolutions begin. The New Year is a time to reflect and make those positive changes you might have been putting off. But, we are all too familiar of those past broken promises you made to yourself. Here are some easy New Year's resolution tips to go along with your streamers and party hats.

Take This, not That: Medications

We all play doctor when we wake up with a stuffy nose and a fever. But guess what? Our self-prescribed med combinations can turn that stuffy nose into something more serious. Here are 3 dangerous duos you should avoid when taking medications.

The Life-Changing Mistake You Might Be Making

Find out what common mistake left one girl with lasting traumatic brain damage following a car accident.

Precious Cargo on Mayo One

In an emergency, getting people to the hospital quickly is essential, but experts at Mayo Clinic say the care patients get along the way is just as important. That was certainly the case for a Minnesota mother, whose life was saved because the medical helicopter that came to get her was stocked with something most air ambulances do not carry. Here's Dennis Douda with today's Mayo Clinic Minute.

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.

Mayo Clinic Minute - A Biobank Patient Milestone

2015 brought a milestone for a Mayo Clinic project designed to push the pace of disease research. The Mayo Clinic Biobank reached its goal of enrolling 50,000 patients, creating a robust new tool for researchers. Jeff Olsen takes us inside the bank in this Mayo Clinic Minute.

Alcohol Is Killing Americans At A Record Rate

New federal data shows that alcohol is killing Americans at a record rate.

Dr. Ian Smith's Purple Power Detox Smoothie

Dr. Ian Smith's shares his Purple Power Detox Smoothie recipe that will help you stay healthy after all your holiday eating.

Symptoms of Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Sudden cardiac arrest may not be so sudden, according to a new study.

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.

One Man's Dying Wish, to Watch 'Star Wars' as His Last Movie

A man with Noonan Syndrome chooses 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens', as his final film. Keleigh Nealon (@keleighnealon) has the story.

What to Do When You're 'Eating for Two'

Nutritionist and author of 'The Doctor on Demand Diet' Dr. Melina Jampolis advises family medicine physician and mom-to-be Dr. Rachael Ross on how to manage pregnancy cravings. 'The Doctor on Demand Diet' is published by Ghost Mountain Books, which is owned by The Doctors' executive producer.

How to Beat Fatigue

The fatigue that often comes with arthritis can be just as debilitating as the pain. Find out what causes it and what you can do to manage it.

Dr. Sears' Live Ear Wax Removal

It's one of the grossest live procedures ever performed on The Doctors' stage! Watch as plastic surgeon and ear, nose and throat specialist Andrew Ordon performs an earwax extraction on pediatrician Jim Sears.

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.

How to Avoid the Holiday Blues

Tis the season to be jolly...right? Well, for some, it can also be a time of the year where you might feel overwhelmed and a little blue missing loved ones that are no longer with you. Here are some tips to avoid being the party pooper this holiday season.

Dose of Cute: Little Ones Opening Presents

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

Nurofen Under Investigation By UK And Australia Watchdog Groups

The UK maker of Nurofen is being investigated for allegedly misleading Australian and UK consumers.

Three Ingredients You Should Never Add to Your Coffee

Americans love their coffee. In fact, coffee is the No. 1 source of antioxidants in Americans' diets. But, be careful what you add to your morning joe! Olessa Pindak, executive editor for Prevention magazine, reveals the three worst ingredients you should never add to your coffee.

Burn Those Holiday Calories With These Workout Counterparts

A look at holiday treats and the work it takes to burn off their calories.

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.

Should Former Coach Battling Alcoholism Have Been Fired?

The Doctors continue their discussion of the recent firing of USC football coach Steve Sarkisian, who is battling an addiction to alcohol. Sarkisian subsequently filed a lawsuit against the university alleging discrimination and breach of contract. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, please click here for resources.

Top Health Findings For Parents In 2015

From the effects of reading on the brain to the importance of vaccination, to the relationship between picky eating and anxiety, we break down what every parent should know about their children's health before the New Year.

The 2015 Health Findings Every Parent Needs To Know

From the effects of reading on the brain to the importance of vaccination, to the relationship between picky eating and anxiety, we break down what every parent should know about their children's health before the New Year.

Should Parents Be Allowed to Make End-of-Life Choices for Their Children?

The Doctors speak with one mom who is fighting for parents' rights to make end-of-life decisions, such as "do-not-resuscitate" directives, for their terminally ill children. Hear from attorney and child advocate Areva Martin and advanced directives expert Dr. Monica Williams Murphy as they discuss whether parents alone should have that power.

Breast-Conserving Therapy

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

"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.

Should Prescription Drug Ads Be Banned?

The Doctors weigh in on the dispute over direct-to-consumer television ads for prescription drugs. Are they helpful or hurtful to patients and their doctors?

Cutting-Edge Surgery Helps Woman Finally Breathe Through Her Nose

Erika says she has never been able to properly breathe through her nose and often finds herself out of breath as a result. Watch as she undergoes a cutting-edge procedure to correct a deviated septum causing her respiratory problems.

Competitive Brothers Welcome Babies on the Same Day

Two brothers expecting babies a week apart went into competition mode to see who would be born first. As Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) tells us, it was a close finish.

The Dirtiest Places In The Grocery Store

Grocery stores are infested with nasty bacteria. Here are the dirtiest spots in every supermarket http://trb.tv/isNqg

Ashley Pettit Living: Foods To Forget For Incontinence

Certified nutritionist Ashley Petitt brings her food expertise to the table to help avoid foods that can cause incontinence. Cutting out foods like caffeine, carbonation, and dairy, will not only help incontinence, but will improve overall health, making you a healthier and happier person.

HPL Takes On: Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity is overwhelming American parents. Experts say many parents are ill-equipped to help their children because of the lack of education regarding nutrition. We spoke to parents and professionals about the issue and possible solutions.

Woman Says She Can't Stop Binge-Eating at Night

A young woman who says she can't go to sleep without eating junk food reaches out to The Doctors for help.

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.

Herpes to Kill Melanoma?

ER physician Travis Stork discusses a new study that shows a modified version of the herpes simplex virus could be used to battle melanoma skin cancer.

How To Make a Wintry Ornament

Turn clear glass ornaments into a personalized work of art with this easy demo.

The Doctors Intervene for Mom's Obese Son

Nancy says after her husband died undergoing gastric bypass surgery, her son, Rob, began using food to cope with his grief. Rob is now morbidly obese and refuses to take action to save his health. Nancy turns to The Doctors for help. Click here to find out if Rob will accept help.

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.

Woman Scarred After Assault Receives Life-Changing Surgery

Cristin joined The Doctors in March 2015 to share the harrowing details of the attack that left her severely scarred . Watch as she undergoes extensive cosmetic surgery, and see the stunning results! If you or someone you love is in an abusive relationship and needs help, click here for resources.

How This Man Survived Being Swallowed By A Hippo

Paul Templer discusses how he survived being swallowed by a hippo.

I Was In A Plane Crash And Survived To Tell The Story

Matt Moravek shares his story of how he survived a plane crash.

Deep Dive: Miraculous Survival Stories

From horrific accidents to fires and falls, HuffPost Live meets people who have lived to tell their story after surviving death-defying situations.

Cold Weather May Be a Weight Loss Helper

Embrace the cold this winter, it may help you lose weight! Rob Smith (@robsmithonline) has all the info.

Deep Dive: Medical Miracles

HuffPost Live takes a deep dive into medical miracles even doctors can't explain. From unlikely recoveries to unexplained pregnancies, men and women share their journey to health against all odds.

Health Spa Employee Dies in Cryotherapy Chamber

The Doctors discuss the recent tragic passing of an employee who accidentally froze to death inside a cryotherapy chamber.

Teen Makes LED Board to Help Disabled Friend Communicate

A disabled teen who can't speak is now able to communicate after a friend created an LED board to help him answer questions. Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) shows us.

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.

Mommy Blogger Makes Child Sick on Purpose

The Doctors discuss several cases of mommy bloggers who make their children sick on purpose to gain sympathy online. Learn more about the unusual mental illness, called Munchausen syndrome by proxy, which could have caused their behavior.

Scarlett Johansson, Barry Manilow & Jimmy Kimmel Star in the (RED)SHOPATHON

In support of the (SHOPATHON)RED - a month long holiday shopping extravaganza launching on World AIDS Day, December 1 2015 - Scarlett Johansson stars alongside music legend, Barry Manilow, and Jimmy Kimmel, in the '(RED) Shopathon Holiday Jingle'.

Elderly Woman Beaten During Home Invasion, Wants to Help Her Attacker

An elderly woman survived a brutal home invasion, but as Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) tells us, she only wants him to get his life back on track.

The Meaning Behind International Day Of Persons With Disabilities

Anthony Lemke, an actor and ambassador for Handicap International, explains how you know how you can get involved on International Day of Persons with Disabilities.

Breast Density and Cancer Risk

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

TV and Its Effect on Cognitive Aging

Watching too much TV as a young adult may affect cognitive function, a new study finds.

Could a Lockable Pill Bottle Help Curb Addiction?

Lawmakers in Illinois recently passed a measure to provide incentives for pharmacies to dispense addictive painkillers in locked pill bottles. They hope the new devices will help reduce the rate of prescription drug abuse in the state. The Doctors weigh in.

How to Stop the Yawns

If you are always tired, a lack of sleep is not the only thing to blame. Here are four fatigue culprits that may bring on those yawns.

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Knuckle-Cracking Habit Research

What causes that popping noise when you crack your knuckles?

Your Cell Phone May Be Ruining Your Health

Cell phones may have some major health effects. Maybe keeping some distance with our mobile devices is just what we need.

Common Medication Mistakes You Might Be Making

The Doctors reveal common mistakes people make when using over-the-counter medications and what you should do instead.

Food Finds That Will Freak You Out

The Doctors and special guest Dr. Jorge Rodriguez share stories of some of the grossest items they've found in their food.

Common Kitchen Habit Putting Your Family at Risk

Find out what everyday activity you're doing that could be putting your family's health at risk!

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?

HPL Takes On: Medication As A Solution

From soaring cost of prescription drugs to more and more workers taking ADHD meds for productivity, HuffPost Live looks into the dangerous business of treating pills as the answer to all of our problems.

5 Restaurant Health Hazards Revealed

Jon Taffer, host of the hit series 'Bar Rescue,' reveals his top five warning signs a bar or restaurant could have hidden hazards that may affect your health.

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Can You Be Too Fat to Be Fit?

Roz, also known as "The Diva," is a professional pole-dancer and fitness instructor. She also weighs more than 200 pounds and says has been criticized and discriminated against for her weight. The Doctors chat with Roz about body weight and physical fitness.

Drs. Rx: Surprising Food to Get You in the Mood

ER physician Travis Stork reveals a surprising food item that can help boost your libido.

Could Curing Malaria Come at a Cost?

Scientists are close to stopping the spread of Malaria by genetically modifying the mosquitoes transmitting it, but will playing God have ecological consequences?

Mentalist Lior Suchard Amazes Dr. Travis

Watch as mentalist Lior Suchard stuns ER physician Dr. Travis Stork!

Who Was Dr. Rachael's First Kiss?

See the incredible way mentalist Lior Suchard reveals the name of family medicine physician Rachael Ross' first kiss!

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!

Shark Attack Saves Man's Life

A Massachusetts man was swimming with his children in the ocean while on vacation when the unthinkable happened: he was attacked by a shark! Now he says the fearsome fish actually saved his life. Find out how!

Heart-Healthy Holiday Tips

Simple tricks to help keep your holidays happy and healthy.

Actress Seeks Help for Under Eye Nightmare

Atheana says she has been experiencing noticeable discoloration under her eyes for the past three years, which she struggles to hide under makeup every day. She reaches out to The Doctors for help to find out what could be causing the disfiguring condition and if there's a cure.

Pregnancy and Diabetes Risk

Breastfeeding may protect women at high-risk of type 2 diabetes, a study finds.

Brit Woman Killed by Flesh-Eating Bacteria After Butt Lift

A British mom died after contracting a flesh-eating bacteria following a "butt lift" operation.

6 Health Tricks to Steal from Nurses

When you spend your days surrounded by sick people, you can't help but gather a few tried-and-true tricks for getting ? and staying ? healthy. From treating boo-boos to keeping sniffles away, here are some habits nurses say they swear by.

3 Healthy Habits You May Be Doing Wrong

How many times a day do you brush your teeth? And how do you treat any back pain? Take this quiz and see how you score. You might actually be doing certain healthy habits all wrong!

Drs. Rx: The First Aid Mistake You Didn't Know You Were Making

ER physician Travis Stork reveals a major mistake many people make when treating a cut or scrape that can actually slow the healing process! Find out what it is and what you should do instead.

8-Year-Old Utah Girl Diagnosed With Breast Cancer

An 8-year girl in Utah learned earlier this month she has a rare form of breast cancer ? a shocking discovery local doctors reportedly said is the youngest such diagnosis they've ever seen. But worse yet, she has one of the rarest forms of the disease.

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8 High-Intensity Workouts For When You Have No Space

Want a big workout but only have a little room? Try these full-body workout moves that you can do from the comfort of even the tiniest apartment.

3 Ways to Diagnose Using Asian Medicine

We've all had traditional Doctor's appointments, but Asian medicine takes another approach. Asian medicine takes into consideration your energy channels and to do that The List's Bradley Hasemeyer uncovered the different ways they use to diagnose problems on the To Do List.

Drs. Rx: Dance for Your Health

ER physician Travis Stork reveals surprising health benefits to dancing.

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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.

Watch Out for Germ Covered Gadgets

It's no secret our smartphones and tablets are covered in germs; one study even revealed your phone could be dirtier than a toilet seat! So, how do you get those germs off the gadgets you carry with you and use all the time? We found lots of products on the market that claim to disinfect or sanitize them, but do they really work? Are they worth the money?

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.

Why Clinical Trials Are Important

Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Freda Lewis-Hall, MD., joins The Doctors to explain how clinical trials can help prevent, screen for, diagnose, and treat medical conditions.

Can You Be Fired by Your Doctor?!

The Doctors weigh in on when it's appropriate for a physician to fire a patient.

How to Do the Hula Hoop Pump Ab Exercise

Who knew an ab workout could be so much fun? In this video, fitness expert Kristin McGee shows us how to use a Hula Hoop (yes, really!) to tighten your core.

Tips for Surviving a Thanksgiving Road Trip with Kids

Planning a Thanksgiving road trip with children? Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) has some tips for making the travel fun, instead of stressful.

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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.

Charlie Sheen's Non-Disclosure Agreement for Sex

He may have paid them for sex, but apparently got their silence in writing.

Couple's Anniversary Ruined by In-Flight Nightmare

Hear how one couple's dream vacation became a pure nightmare when a bag full of vomit hidden in a seatback pocket splattered all over them during a flight.

Top 5 Tourette's Syndrome Facts

Tourette's syndrome is a fascinating and misunderstood disease. Here are the top facts about the condition.

HPL Takes On: Life After Burning Out

Headed for burnout at work? With constant demands and job insecurity, workplace fatigue is everywhere. HuffPost Live takes on how to spot signs you're headed for a burnout, and what you can do to overcome feeling worn out at work.

Black Friday Can Kill You

Black Friday may bring big savings, but are they worth the stress on you?

How to Avoid Hot-Button Issues During Family Hang-Time

See what you can do to get the pressure off of your back without being rude.

Breastfeeding and Eyesight

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

'Headspace:' What's Next for the Popular Health App?

'Headspace' founder Andy Puddicombe tells us what's next for his popular mindfulness and meditation app.

Mae Whitman Talks to Her Mom About Sex

To set an example of open communication, Mae Whitman and her mother, Pat Musick, get candid on camera about Whitman's sex life.

8 Things You and Your Teen Need to Know About Sexting

Twenty percent of teens admit to texting nude or semi-nude photos of themselves to others. Get information and tips for discussing sexting with teens, whether they're sending, receiving -- or both.

Mom of 16 Kids - Proven Ways to Make Sure Your Boys Become Gentlemen

It is every mother of boy's dream to raise polite, kind young men. What is the trick? While there is no sure fire way, there are some tips that can help. Lyette Reback, mom of 15 beautiful kids, including some charming little gentlemen, and star of our Mom 15 series, shares her advice to raising polite, kind young men. Just For Mom is just one of the entertaining and informative destinations in the HooplaHa - Life with a Smile programming network.

Top 5 Facts About Meth

It may not have the air of wealth that cocaine use does, but ounce for ounce, meth is still generally more expensive than gold! Check out these facts about meth.

Medical Marijuana Helped This Paralyzed Man, Now He's Trying To Help Others

Ethan Ruby explains how medical marijuana helped him.

Why You Mishear Taylor Swift: 'The Science of Us' Episode 11

'Lonely Starbucks lover?' There's a psychological explanation.

Mom's the Word: Post-Pregnancy Body Image

On what it's like dealing with weight loss and body image expectations after having a baby.

What Sleep Type Is Your Man?

Which one of these seven sleep types is your significant other? We consulted the latest research on sleep to give you insight into your man's sleeping pattern, and what it says about his health.

How Injection Treatment Can Help Cure PTSD

Afghanistan war veteran Clint joins The Doctors today to share how receiving a stellate ganglion block injection treatment for his PTSD has changed his life. Plus, Dr. Eugene Lipov explains how the injection has revolutionized the treatment of PTSD.

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How To Decorate Your Baby's Nursery In A Day

Recipe for Destruction: Pain Meds Addiction

Dr Koplow's discussion with Steven Sussman, Child and Adolescent Psychologist, on pain medication addiction.

Holiday Shopping Tips: Find the Perfect Gift for Your Kids

This holiday season there are tons of cool gadgets, games and electronic gifts to choose from. Here are some helpful tips on how to make the most of the gift giving season.

Watch Man Leap Over Bar to Save Customer Choking on Burger

A quick-thinking bartender leaped into action to save the life of a patron who was choking on a bite of hamburger. Patrick Fagan jumper over the bar and performed the Heimlich maneuver on a man who was choking. "He turned around looked at me and I yelled at him 'Are you OK?' He shook his head and pointed to his throat," Fagan told INSIDE EDITION. Fagan hadn't performed the Heimlich maneuver before, and had to try a few times before the burger was expelled from the customer's throat.

In Endurance Hiking, Women Equal Men

With women setting records for endurance hiking challenges, such as walking the Appalachian Trail, we discuss whether men lose their competitive physical advantage over extremely long distances and why women are built for fortitude.

Exclusive Update from the "Heaviest Teen in America"

Justin and former "Biggest Loser" finalist Joe Ostaszewski first joined The Doctors in April 2015, when Justin opened up about his struggles with obesity and how it has affected his entire life. Now, Justin and Joe are back to share how Justin is doing after his first appearance on the show. Click here to watch Justin perform his new single, "When I Sing."

"Pissed Off Chick" Empowers Victims of Domestic Violence

Anne says she was drugged and raped by a close acquaintance and was devastated when friends didn't believe her. Hear how she turned the personal tragedy into an empowering and supportive movement for others. And, click here to see the incredible surprise The Doctors have in store for her.

8 Ways to Live Your Best Life

Get out there and live your best life!

The Real Problem With Organ Donations Isn't What You Think

Steven Taibbi and Dr. Raymond Givens go over the real problem with organ donations.

Here's Why It Pays To Be Rich If You Need An Organ Transplant

Dr. Raymond Givens and Robert Veatch explain why it pays to be rich if you need an organ transplant.

5 Secrets of Women Who Never Get Sick

These 5 secrets will help you stay healthy all winter long.

Dangers of Belly Fat

Where you carry your body fat may be a key health indicator regardless of your weight.

The Shocking Way One Woman Lost Her Vision

Hear how a 5K mud run for charity turned into one woman's worst nightmare. Is there any hope to restore her vision? Click here to see the surprises The Doctors have in store for her.

Can Gum Improve Your Grades?

Attention students: ER physician Travis Stork explains how chewing gum can help you perform better on exams!

Baddie Winkle's Tips to Staying Young

Hip grandmother and 87-year-old Instagram star Baddie Winkle offers her secrets to staying young in your golden years.

Morning Stories: Plastic Perfection

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

The S'well Way to Pack All Your Drinks

S'well bottles are lightweight, durable, and unbelievably well-insulated. They keep hot drinks warm for up to 12 hours and cold beverages chilled for up to 24 hours. And if you're looking to avoid packing wine bottles on your summer picnic, listen up: The 24 oz. S'well bottle can hold an entire bottle of vino. People magazine's Zoe Ruderman shares even more reasons why your water bottle should be S'well.

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.

Drs. Rx: Change Your Clocks for Better Rest

ER physician Travis Stork explains how switching your clocks to military time could help you feel more rested throughout the week.

Teen With Bionic Leg Told She's Not Disabled 'Enough'

Teen With Bionic Leg Deemed 'Not Disabled Enough' By DWP Forced To Raise Funds To Keep Mobility Car

46% Of Millennials Have Acne Scarring, But It's Treatable

Nearly half of American teens suffer from a cue scars and according to a new study nearly 90% of those affected say they'd be willing to give up things like going out to eat, social media, TV, sex and even their smartphones in exchange for better skin.

Can Nasal Balloons Prevent Ear Infections?

ER physician Travis Stork and pediatric otolaryngologist Nina Shapiro are joined by The Doctors' staff member, Nicole, and her daughter, Morgan, to test the effectiveness of nasal balloons in preventing ear infections. Are they a non-invasive, drug-free solution to this chronic condition? Find out!

Why Do We Get Hangovers?

Many of us are familiar with the delightful symptoms of a hangover - headache, trembling, nausea, fatigue, dehydration, diarrhea. But why?

What Is Motion Sickness?

We've all felt that ping of nausea when riding in the back seat of a crazy driver or on a ship on a wild sea but what exactly is happening?

Are Men and Women's Nipples Different?

How different is the male nipple versus the female nipple? Is there a scientific explanation as to why we censor one but not the other?

Why Do We Get Butterflies in Our Stomach?

We've all felt that stirring deep within our gut telling us something is exciting or scary but where does that feeling come from?

How Do We See Color?

Have you ever wondered how your eyes see all those colors? Well, to start, humans have three different types of color receptors in our eyes.

The Science of Hangry

We've all felt that ping of aggression when we start feeling our stomachs grumbling but why does that happen? Can science explain it?

What Is a Yawn?

The science behind yawning is pretty surprising. Can you make it through this video without letting out a yawn?

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?

The Dangers of Licking Toads to Get High

The Doctors discuss the dangers of licking psychoactive toads to get high.

Study: Your Job Is Taking Years Off Your Life

A new study conducted by researchers at Harvard and Stanford shows that exposure to harmful workplace practices and employment related stress can actually take up to three years off of your life.

How Medical Marijuana Saved One Boy's Life

Three-year-old Wiley Owen Bryan developed seizures as a baby, but is now seizure-free thanks to medical marijuana. go.eyeopener.tv/1RPLO5M

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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.

Optimize Your Brain's Potential

Psychiatrist and author Dr. Daniel Amen joins us to discuss his latest book "Change Your Brain, Change Your Life," and share how you can improve your overall wellbeing by optimizing your brain to reach its full potential.

The Best Diet To Optimize Your Brain's Potential

Dr. Daniel Amen talks about the best foods to eat in order to optimize your brain's potential.

How Meditation 'Fooled Us' By Enhancing Brain Activity In A Powerful Way

Dr. Daniel Amen explain how meditation enhances brain activity.

Simple Stretches to Relieve Back Pain

Take it to the floor with Marawa The Amazing and help your back feel its best.

Male Enlargement Injection Leads to Death?

The Doctors discuss the story of a man who died after getting an illegal silicone injection to enlarge his private part.

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!

Men Agree to Free Prostate Exams In Public To Raise Money for Movember

The team at Simple Pickup me has decided to raise awareness for prostate cancer in a unique way. They visited Venice Beach and offered to give men free prostate exams in public. Simple Pickup's founders, Kong and Jesse, promised to donate $100 dollars to the Movember campaign for every man who participated in a free public prostate exam. Surprisingly quite a few men passing by agreed to do the exam and their reactions are priceless.

Mobile Devices Popular Among Young Kids

Children as young as 6 months are mobile media savvy, according to a new study.

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.

Jeanette Jenkins Shows Us How to Get a Plump, Firm Booty

HipHollywood caught up with Jeanette Jenkins to talk about the big Hollywood craze: big booties. The Hollywood trainer showed us how to plump our backsides without having to go under the knife.

Topless Training with Noah Neiman Episode 3

Topless trainer Noah Neiman shows us a workout to get out of the hangover blues

Topless Training with Noah Neiman Episode 4

Topless Trainer Noah Neiman shows us how to get a body so hot, no one can resist

The Rules of Sweatiquette

What are your pet peeves when working out? Details editors share the most egregious offenses.

How to in 60 Seconds Fitness: The Plank

In the fourth episode of how to fitness, train your abdomen muscles even further by taking on the bane of everyone's core workout: The Plank.

Dose of Cute: Babies Eating Sour Food

Their reactions are priceless.

Male Enlargement Injection Leads to Death?

The Doctors discuss the story of a man who died after getting an illegal silicone injection to enlarge his private part.

One Drop Of Blood Could Detect Cancer

New research could help with preventative care.

Teenager In Oregon Hospitalized With Bubonic Plague

An Oregon teen has tested positive for the bubonic plague.

Woman Disfigured by Ex Undergoes Stunning Corrective Surgery

Michele, a former guest who joined The Doctors shortly after an ex-boyfriend had bitten off her nose in a heinous act of violence, visits plastic surgeons Andrew Ordon and Ritu Chopra to undergo a series of corrective procedures to reconstruct her nose. See her stunning transformation.

Eugene Mirman Teaches You Yoga

Eugene Mirman teaches you yoga and hopefully how to be a better person.

Top 10 Strangest Medical Practices In History

There's bad medicine and then there's straight up insanity.

3 Flotation Therapy Benefits

Floatation therapy is back on the scene. It was big in the 80's and has re-surged with over 120 centers and counting in the U.S. A session in the pod costs anywhere from $50-$80, lasts about an hour, and has a number of benefits. The List's Teresa Strasser has the reasons you need to add flotation therapy to your To Do List.

WHO: More Than Half The World Has Herpes

More than half the world's population carries the herpes simplex virus commonly known as oral herpes, a new report from the World Health Organization found.

How Sugar Could Be Hurting Your Children

Sugar is really bad for you, and it's one of the biggest causes of childhood obesity. And since Halloween is right around the corner, it's important to keep your kids sugar intake in check!

Simple Kitchen Trick to Help Cut 500 Calories a Day

The Doctors share one simple change you can make at mealtime that can help you cut up to 500 calories a day. Find out what it is!

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."

Is Head Transplant Surgery Possible?

News that the first-ever head transplant surgery is scheduled to take place in December 2017 quickly spread around the world?but is this even possible? The Doctors and skull base surgeon Dr. Hrayr Shahinian discuss!

Emily Skye 15 Minute Hotel Room Workout

Australian fitness role model Emily Skye demonstrates a 15 minute workout, specifically tailored to be done in confined spaces such as hotel rooms.

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.

How Safe Is Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy has been touted by celebrities and athletes for its health benefits. But the death of a Nevada salon worker found frozen in a cryotherapy chamber has led many to question the treatment's safety. Experts and those who swear by it discuss.

8 Sneaky Reasons Why You're Always Tired

Are you consistently exhausted ? even when you're getting enough sleep? If so, there might be a few not-so-obvious reasons you're so sluggish. Lucky for you, there are also a few pretty easy fixes!

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.

10 Superbugs and Antimicrobial Resistance Facts

Occasional illness is a fact of life, and until recently routine problems were nothing to seriously worry about. However, in the twenty-first century, the smallest complaint could become a serious concern. We're counting down 10 crucial facts you should know about superbugs and antimicrobial resistance.

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.

Children, Cigarettes and E-Cigarettes

Should the legal age for buying all tobacco products be raised to 21?

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.

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Woman Suffers Horrific Burns After Using at-Home Tattoo Removal Kit

The Doctors discuss the case of a woman who suffered severe chemical burns after using an at-home tattoo removal kit.

GNC Faces Lawsuit Over Dietary Supplements With Illegal Ingredients

A new lawsuit is accusing GNC of allegedly selling supplements made with illegal ingredients.

Doctor Arrested for Insurance Fraud

The Doctors discuss the shocking case of a Los Angeles doctor who was charged with medical fraud after allegedly allowing his office manager to perform more than 100 surgeries and filing bogus insurance claims.

Moldy Food: Trim It or Toss It?

Mold happens. The Doctors reveal when it's okay to trim around it?and when it's not!

How to Do the 'Fish Gape'

The Doctors say goodbye to the 'Duck Face' and hello to the 'Fish Gape' - the latest facial expression taking over the internet!

3 Convenient Medical Alternatives

At some point, we all have mishaps that require medical attention? like, right away. That used to mean one thing: a trip to the emergency room. But for us as individuals, the ER can be a high-stress, high-cost, time-consuming intervention. And for us as a society, we need to keep the ER system unclogged so the people who truly need it can get emergency care.

Drs. Rx: Safety Tips for Taking Acetaminophen to Reduce Fevers

ER physician Travis Stork shares tips on how to safely take acetaminophen to reduce fevers.

High School Students Sent Home After Nearly 60 Teachers Get Sick

High school students at Roosevelt High school in Des Moines, Iowa were sent home in the middle of the afternoon after 58 teachers became ill after what the health department suspects to be food poisoning from a catered lunch the day before. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

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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.

Can a Coffee Enema Help Treat Cancer?

The Doctors discuss the effectiveness of certain alternative therapy treatments for cancer, including coffee enemas.

Here's How To Know If You're A Highly Sensitive Person

Whether it's being more sensitive to emotions, sounds or crowds, a highly sensitive person, or HSP, has more intense feelings than normal. We discuss how this impacts the well-being of nearly 20 percent of the population.

The Benefits Of Talk Therapy For People With Schizophrenia

A new study has found talk therapy in conjunction with lower doses of medication could be the most effective treatment for schizophrenia. We discuss the findings and #WhatsWorking to help those suffering from this mental illness.

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.

Shocking Viral Video Reveals Danger of Smoking in Your Car

The Doctors react to a shocking viral video of a car igniting when the driver attempted to light a cigarette while driving.

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.

3 Reasons to Run

ER physician Travis Stork shares three reasons to strap on your running shoes and get moving!

8 Total-Body Cardio Moves To Kick Your Ass

And not a single burpee.

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

New Fix for Post-Workout Frizz

Dermatologist Sonia Batra demonstrates how Botox injections to the scalp can help reduce sweating and keep your blowout smoother longer!

Helping Young Addicts Beyond Rehab

The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports drug use is highest among people in their late teens and twenties, but there's hope for those seeking treatment. We discuss #WhatsWorking with recovery programs and the best ways to help young addicts.

How These Schools Help Students Overcome Substance Abuse

Traci Bowermaster, Dr. Andy Finch and Dr. Adi Jaffe explain what a recovery school is and reveal how their helping students conquer their substance abuse issues.

The Difference Between Adolescent Substance Abuse And Adult Addiction

Dr. Adi Jaffe explains some of the key differences between substance abuse as an adolescent and addiction as an adult.

Sexual Health When You're Dying

How does your sex life change when you're fighting a terminal illness or facing death? We discuss the significance and benefits of a healthy sex life, even if your physical health is ailing.

How To Talk To A Terminally Ill Loved One About Physical Intimacy

Dr. Sharon Bober offers some advice to those talking about physical intimacy with the terminally ill.

Can a Coffee Enema Help Treat Cancer?

The Doctors discuss the effectiveness of certain alternative therapy treatments for cancer, including coffee enemas.

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 .

Vitamins for People Who Hate Pills

If you have trouble remembering to take your vitamins, don't like swallowing large pills, or just want something you can take on the go, these sprayable vitamins are a must. You can throw the bottle in your purse, so no matter where you are, you'll have it as a reminder, and because they're sweetened with natural stevia, you don't need a glass of water to take your daily dose.

Stress Could Be Impacting The Way You See The World

Author Jamie Holmes explains how stress could be impacting how you see the world.

How To Make Peace With Ambiguity In Your Life

Jamie Holmes explains how you can make peace with ambiguity in your life.

The Three S's That Can Help Prevent Cancer

Three simple tips that can help you reduce your risk of cancer, and improve your life while doing it.

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.

WTF: Hand Hygiene Smackdown!

After using a restroom, should you dry your hands with a towel or an electronic hand dryer? Or does it matter more to constantly use hand sanitizers? Or are they useless? Find out all the icky details as HuffPost Live settles it once and for all!

Do We Really Need 8 Hours of Sleep Each Night?

Do you get your full eight hours of sleep each night? Do you even really need all of that shut-eye? The List's Donna Ruko puts sleep myths to rest, on the Lowdown.

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.

The Life-Changing Mistake You Might Be Making

Find out what common mistake left one girl with lasting traumatic brain damage following a car accident.

Stop Brain Fog Today

Most people suffer from brain fog every once in a while, from forgetting your keys to losing focus at work. Psychotherapist Mike Dow shares three tips that may help you boost your memory from his new book, "The Brain Fog Fix." Click here for the full recipes!

Why You Should Cry More Often

New research suggests that letting yourself cry more often can actually make you feel better overall. So grab some tissues and let it out!

Emily Skye 15 Minute Workout

Australian fitness role model Emily Skye demonstrates a 15 minute workout that can be done anywhere.

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!

Dad Creates Pop Song Parodies to Feed 1-Year-Old Son

Charles Flartey is a stay-at-home dad and by night, he is a musician in the band The Yes Yes Yalls. Flartey has found a way to combine his love of music and the love of being a father by crafting parody songs to get his one-year-old son to eat. He parodies everything from 112's hit "Peaches and Cream" and switches the lyrics from "Peaches and cream to "Turkey and cheese." He even sings R. Kelly's hit "Bump N' Grind" changing lyrics to, "I don't see nothin' wrong with some yogurt for lunchtime."

Deaf Football Player Uses Disability to His Advantage

One of the starting defensive players at Del Norte High School may be hard of hearing, but he's even harder to get past on the field, and using his disability to his advantage. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

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.

Why You Should Get Your Hearing Checked

Only 14 percent of people suffering from hearing loss wear hearing aids. ER physician Travis Stork emphasizes the importance of getting regular hearing tests and seeking the necessary treatments to improve your quality of life.

Unhealthy Habits Just As Bad As Smoking

Whether it's diet and exercise, or you just can't stay out of that tanning bed, we all have habits that tend to be unhealthy. But those habits we think aren't so bad, may be not be so innocent after all.

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.

Shocking New Beauty Trend: Leeches

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

Top 10 Facts You Didn't Know About Your Body

The human body is one of the most complex things on earth, and even though everybody has one not everybody knows just what they can do. From regenerative powers to hidden senses you never knew you had, we have some incredible things going on under and over your skin; just watch to find out more.

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.

Kids Help Phone Targets At-Risk Teen Boys

Bro Talk is a new service that is aiming to get boys aged 14-18 to talk about mental health issues

Five-Minute Warm-Up with Jordan Spieth's Trainer

All you need is a club, a SuperFlex band, and a mini-band. Watch the video to see Jordan Spieth's trainer Damon Goddard demonstrate the moves.

Mom Takes Toddler Rock Climbing

One mom sparked a heated online debate when she posted photos of her 3-year-old daughter rock climbing. The Doctors weigh in and discuss the controversy with the mother.

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.

Should Doctors Post Selfies with Patients During Treatment?

The Doctors react to "sicko selfies" - inappropriate photographs taken by doctors with their patients during treatment.

What Bothers Doctor Ordon?

The Doctors discuss the pet peeves that bother them about doctors and ask you to tell them what bothers you as a patient in the comments below.

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.

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.

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Laughter Uncontrolled: Age Is Just a Number

Wendy shares her hilarious experiences with aging

Laughter Uncontrolled

Wendy shares her experiences with aging

Open Your Mind: Bacteria and Your Mood

A fun, animated science video about probiotics.

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.

Man with Keloids Reveals Obstacle to Treatment

A man with large keloid scars on his face joins The Doctors and reveals that there's an obstacle preventing him from having surgery - his diabetes. Learn how the condition could affect the treatment to remove his scars.

You Should Know Shopping Can Improve Your Health

This just in! Retail therapy actually works! We love to give you tips and tricks to make sure you are the happiest & healthiest you can be. So here is one more, and it just may be our favorite. In this brand new episode of You Should Know, Lucia explains how shopping really can improve your well being. Even if you don't buy anything, the positive effects are still there. So tell your husband or wife you don't necessarily have to spend money.

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.

Drs. Rx: Skip the Sugar for Thicker Hair

Learn how cutting back on your sugar consumption can help you slim down your waist, as well as add volume to your hair.

Get It Here First: S'well Goes Glam

By now, you're probably aware of our total obsession with S'well water bottles. They're lightweight, durable, and unbelievably well-insulated. They keep hot drinks warm for up to 12 hours and cold beverages chilled for up to 24 hours. Just when we thought we couldn't love S'well anymore, the company released four beautiful new metallic shades.

Model Gets Trolled Online Because of Her Weight

Model Gigi Hadid has been criticized online by some saying she weighs too much. The Doctors discuss the effects such body-shaming can have on the recipient, as well as on the body ideals of young girls and teenagers.

Can a Movie Cause Vertigo?

The Doctors discuss news that some people have reported feeling symptoms of vertigo after watching the movie "The Walk," which is about the high-wire artist who walked between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in 1974.

Ancient Healing Treatment Makes a Comeback

OB-GYN Lisa Masterson demonstrates Reiki healing, an ancient treatment that uses the channeling of energy to help remove pain and de-stress patients. Watch as she works her magic on ER physician Travis Stork.

Why AHF's Grindr & Tinder-Based Ads Are 'A Perfect Storm Of Moral Panic'

Jason Marchant, Dr. Emily Morse and Bree McEwan discuss the AHF's Grindr and Tinder-based ads.

AHF Defends Controversial Grindr Ad: 'I Was Surprised They Didn't Thank Us'

Whitney Engeran talks about the AHF's controversial Grindr ad.

How A Standing Desk Can Lead To True Love

Carly Walker explains how a standing desk can lead to true love.

To Sit Or To Stand? That's The Real Office Question

Finally an answer to the question we've been asking since we found out that sitting too much could kill us! Two to four hours of standing throughout the workday is ideal. We look into the facts and fearmongering of the standing desk revolution.

The Real-Life Dr. McDreamy

Meet Dr. Mike, recently dubbed Instagram's hottest doctor.

Beauty Blogger Reveals Painful Secret

A young woman who was paralyzed from a car accident shares how she taught herself a new way to apply her makeup.

Woman's Devastating Skin Condition Causes Her to Become Recluse

Cari describes how a mysterious skin infection has disfigured her face and negatively impacted her entire life. Watch as she visits dermatologist Sonia Batra for a consultation. What's causing her condition?

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.

Are Baseball Games Too Dangerous for Spectators?

The Doctors discuss whether professional baseball leagues should do more to prevent injuries to spectators at games.

Woman Called 'Faker' Because of Invisible Illness

When someone put a note that said 'Faker' on Julie's car parked in a handicapped spot, she posted the note on social media, turning a moment of defeat into an opportunity to teach others about her invisible illness. The Doctors explain the condition that can cause Julie to faint at almost any moment.

Marcia Gay Harden Advocates for Brain Health

Actress Marcia Gay Harden is starring in public service announcements to educate people on how to take care of their brains as they age.

New Treatment for Stubborn Acne Scars Put to the Test

Dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee explains how the only FDA-approved filler to treat acne scars works. See one woman's results after two treatments.

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.

Drug-Resistant Superbugs, Step Aside

Scientists and health experts have predicted a bacterial apocalypse as people become resistant to existing antibiotics and superbugs flourish. We talk to teams of scientists who are looking for new and innovative ways to keep people healthy.

Microbial Ecologist Says Most Antibiotics Are Actually 'Highly Toxic'

Scientists and health experts have predicted a bacterial apocalypse as people become resistant to existing antibiotics and superbugs flourish. We talk to teams of scientists who are looking for new and innovative ways to keep people healthy.

Yes, You Can Overuse Purell

Margaret Riley and Richard James talk about how too much Purell can actually be a bad thing.

3 Ways You Should Be Using Essential Oils

Essential oils can literally be used for all of life's essentials: your mood, cleaning, medicinal purposes etc. Not to mention, they save you money! With the help of an expert, The List's Holly Morgan gives us a Breakdown of essential oil hacks!

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.

WHO: Millions Of People Need HIV Treatment

According to the World Health Organization, millions of people living with HIV need treatment right now.

Ancient Healing Treatment Makes a Comeback

OB-GYN Lisa Masterson demonstrates Reiki healing, an ancient treatment that uses the channeling of energy to help remove pain and de-stress patients. Watch as she works her magic on ER physician Travis Stork.

Top 5 Stimulating Facts About Caffeine

Did you know these facts about your favorite drug?

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.

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Op-Ed: I Am Not A Fruit (Subtitled)

Why should women's bodies have to be compared and limited to a FRUIT?

A Tasty Shake That Helps You Lose Weight

Renowned celebrity trainer and wellness expert David Kirsch has done it again. His Protein Plus shake is a great way to stay healthy, and it's delicious. Each Protein Plus packet is less than 200 calories and has all of the essential nutrients for one meal, which means you will be saving hundreds of calories without missing out on any of the good stuff. Mix up a packet at home with milk and ice for a refreshing smoothie, or throw one in your purse for fuel on the go.

Hydration Meets High Style

It's time to make hydration a bigger (and more beautiful) part of your life. This filtered carafe and limited edition water bottle collection were created with high design in mind, because after all, if you're going to use something every day, it should look as good as it makes you feel. And with 100% recyclable non-toxic materials and close ties to clean water initiatives around the world, these H2O essentials will make you feel pretty great.

Detox with Heidi Klum's Trainer

Drop a few pounds with celebrity trainer David Kirsch's Ultimate Detox Kit. Beauty Expert Mikaela South joins David at Madison Square Club to learn how to get optimally energized.

Make and Take Fresh Iced Tea Anywhere

Staying hydrated is more important than ever in the warmer months, but drinking water can get so boring. Mix things up (and motivate yourself to stay healthy) with a bottle that lets you make iced tea and enjoy it anywhere.

Delicious, 3-Day Green Smoothie Cleanse

Have you ever wished that you could do a smoothie cleanse instead of a juice cleanse? If so, this is the 3-day protein packed green cleanse for you. Brigitte's Naturally Alive offers a cleanse that brings the best of both worlds together without the added sugars, stabilizers, fillers, and chemicals often found in smoothies. Each Green Power smoothie contains 80% of your veggies and fruits for the day with a multitude of vitamins and minerals.

Lose Weight in Your Sleep

If you're not getting the sleep you need, it could be inhibiting your ability to lose weight. When you're tired, your metabolism slows down, and your body produces more of the hormones that make you feel hungry, and fewer of the hormones that make you feel full. But by taking a daily sleep supplement, you can help restore your body's natural equilibrium and take advantage of the fat-blasting hormones produced during sleep to slim down fast.

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.

The Most Convenient Water Bottle Ever

Unless you carry a water bottle with you at all times, it's hard to stay adequately hydrated. But most bottles are so bulky and heavy that it's tempting to leave them behind. So make it easy for yourself and try the bottle that's not only lightweight, collapsible, and safe for hot or cold beverages, it's chic and fun to carry too!

Tricks to Boost Your Immune System

It's so important to take care of yourself, especially during cold and flu season. Help your body fight off germs with these all natural immunity boosting remedies.

The First Ever Focus Drink

We've all had those days: you reach for that third, fourth, or fifth cup of coffee hoping to get an energy boost that will get you through the rest of the day, and inevitably wind up feeling jittery and mentally exhausted after the caffeine crash. For centuries, coffee has been the best tool to fuel your brain, but after decades of research, neuroscientists have created truBrain, the first-ever drink designed to boost focus.

How to Get Massages on Demand

Foam rolling is one of the best ways to get a DIY massage, but with larger rollers, you can't exactly take them with you to the office or on a trip. Luckily, Trigger Point has taken their innovative roller technology and translated it into a portable, easy-to-use stick. It's small enough to take anywhere, and you don't have to roll around on the floor to use it, so it's the perfect way to get some relief after a long flight or a day spent in front of a computer.

Learn to Love Drinking Water

If you're more likely to reach for a soda than a glass of water, this bottle is your key to forming healthier habits. You can fill it with your favorite fruits to infuse your water with delicious flavor, so staying hydrated will be fun again instead of just a chore.

Maggot Being Removed from Woman's Lip

Web exclusive: Watch the video of a maggot being removed from a woman's lip that is so graphic The Doctors couldn't air it on TV.

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.

Shocking Medical Video Shows Maggot Being Removed from Woman's Lip

The Doctors watch a shocking medical video and explain the condition that led to a woman having a maggot removed from her lip. Then, watch the video we couldn't show you on TV.

How Dust Can Make You Fat

A new study finds that too much dust in your environment could cause you to gain weight. Learn tips for cutting down on dust and preventing the weight-gain trigger.

The Benefit of Drink a Tea Latte

The Doctors share how drinking milk with your tea can give you a sexier smile.

Should You Friend Your Doctor on Social Media?

Can being friends with your doctor on social media help improve your health, or does it blur the lines in the doctor-patient relationship? The Doctors weigh in.

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.

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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.

Can Green Tea Help You Quit Smoking?

The Doctors weigh in on the purported benefits of smoking green tea cigarettes to help kick a nicotine addiction.

Sleep Naked

Having trouble sleeping, not having enough sex, unhappy with your weight, or overall stress level? Get Naked!! Sleeping in the buff can actually help the you overall well being, both in mind and body.

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.

Parents Allow 6-Year-Old Boy with Big Ears to Get Plastic Surgery

First-grader Gage Berger dreaded going to school because of the mean things kids said about his ears. Berger told Inside Edition that children say: "That I look like an elf and I have weird ears." His parents, Tim and Kallie, feared the bullying could permanently damage his self-esteem, so they went to facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Steven Mobley, in Salt Lake City. The doctor performed ear surgery on Gage and we were there two days later, when the bandages came off.

Infertility Breakthroughs

Advances in infertility treatments are making it easier for women who suffer from infertility to become mothers. Reproductive specialists join HuffPost Live to explain the latest revolutionary technologies giving new hope to millions of couples.

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.

Your Body's Best Time For Everything

Do you listen to your circadian rhythm? You know... the thing inside us that dictates the best time to do everything each day? Turns out, they change with age!

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.

What Prescription Meds Really Cost

Dr. Koplow's discussion with Steven Sussman, Ph.D Child and Adolescent Psychologist, about the price of medications.

Dangerous Bacteria Could Be Hiding in Bounce Houses

Learn about a hidden danger that could be lurking in that fun bounce house your children are playing in, and find out how to protect your children.

Why Woman with Debilitating Disorder Lives Life as a Doll

Amber liked to dress up as a Japanese-style doll before she was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy, but after the diagnosis she says she embraced the dolly identity to help cope with the debilitating condition.

Woman with Debilitating Condition Shares How Others React to Her

Amber, a young woman with muscular dystrophy, joins The Doctors to share how people react to her when she's dressed up as a doll compared to when she's not.

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.

Daraprim Price To Be Lowered After Harsh Criticism

Martin Shkreli, the CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, has announced that the price of Daraprim will be lowered.

The New Proposal To Help Families Pay For Childcare

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?

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?

Mom Gets Stunning Head-to-Toe Makeover

A former show guest suffering with severe dental and foot issues receives a stunning head-to-toe makeover. See her strut her stuff!

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.

Dr. Zeke Emanuel: Prescription Drug Reform Will Begin At The State Level

Dr. Zeke Emanuel talks about how prescription drug reform needs to start at the state level.

U.S. Has Reached A Health Care Affordability 'Crisis'

Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton will soon release a plan to combat "price gouging" in the specialty drug market. We explore how drugs are priced in the U.S., how they compare to other countries and what we can expect from Clinton's plan.

Daraprim Price Tag Shows 'Enormous Pricing Power Of Drug Companies'

Dr. Zeke Emanuel discusses how the increased price tag of Daraprim shows the huge pricing power of drug companies.

Epilepsy and Cannabis Treatment

Does medical marijuana improve seizure control in children and adults with epilepsy?

Does the 5 Second Rule Really Work?

Don't lie. You know you've done it. We're talking about eating food off the floor! You know.. the 5 second rule?! But is your food really safe after it touches the floor?

'World's Strictest Parents': Megan Reads Letter From Home

Megan's reaction from the letter received from her dad.

Dr. Mario Martinez LIVE

In his book 'The MindBody Code,' Dr. Mario Martinez teaches how to embrace health and wellness by letting go of old cultural beliefs that limit longevity and negatively affect well-being. We talk to Dr. Martinez about his findings.

Can Your Cultural Beliefs Affect Your Health?

In his book 'The MindBody Code,' Dr. Mario Martinez teaches how to embrace health and wellness by letting go of old cultural beliefs that limit longevity and negatively affect well-being. We talk to Dr. Martinez about his findings.

Air Pollution Health Threats

Outdoor air pollution leads to more than 3 million premature deaths each year, according to a new study.

Workday Breaks and Motivation

What is the most beneficial time to take a workday break?

How Man Transformed Body After Suffering Severe Burns

Jesse shares what motivated him to persevere and transform his body so he could return to bodybuilding after being electrocuted and undergoing 13 surgeries, including having his arm amputated.

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.

What Now-

Hey everyone today I wanted to share how I've been feeling and what I've been thinking lately.

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.

What's Causing This Man's Skin to Crawl?

The Doctors reveal the truth behind a viral video that appears to show bugs crawling under a man's skin. Learn what caused the scary-looking condition, and find out how to prevent it from happening to you.

Father Seriously Injured in Road Rage Incident Speaks Out

The Doctors exclusive: Tracy Leavitt describes how a road rage incident escalated, nearly costing him his life. Plus, hear about the injuries he suffered and how his family is struggling to recover.

'The Doctors' News in 2:00

Get the latest health news you can use with 'The Doctors' News in 2:00!

How a Childhood Ailment Led to 15 Years of Chronic Back Pain

Meet Blair, a young woman who says she's been living with chronic back pain for the past 15 years due to a failed surgery to correct scoliosis. She meets with orthopedic surgeon Dr. Hooman Melamed to find out if anything can be done to correct the damage. Click here to learn the results.

Can Surgery End 15 Years of Chronic Back Pain?

Orthopedic spine surgeon Dr. Hooman Melamed reveals the results of his consultation with Blair, a woman who has lived with chronic back pain following a failed surgery to correct scoliosis. Is there hope for an end to her pain?

Dr. Ashton Sexts Her Husband

Watch what happens when OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton sends her first sext to her husband, Rob!

How Ice Bucket Challenge Led to Breakthrough in Medical Research

The thousands of people who dumped buckets of ice over their heads and donated to ALS have helped researchers gain a better understanding of what causes the disease and how it possibly could be cured.

The Doctors: News in 2:00

Get the latest health news you can use with 'The Doctors' News in 2:00!

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.

Mondays With Marlo - Dr. Allegra Broft

Marlo sits with Dr. Allegra Broft and discusses eating disorders

Top 10 Medical Myths We All Believe

Find out the truth behind 8 glasses of water, vitamin supplements, and cracking your knuckles, as Alltime 10s prescribes the antitdote for the top 10 medical myths that we all believe.

Autumn Anxiety Is Real

For many people, fall means relief from the hot, humid days of summer but for others it means the start of 'Autumn Anxiety.' Meteorologist Alex Wilson has the story.

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.

5 Simple Ways to Be a Bit Healthier

Literally the easiest things to do to be healthier.

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.

Top 5 Facts About Farting

It's a natural part of life, and we all do it every day, but there's just something about a good fart that we can't help but laugh at.

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.

Science May Know Why You're Tired All of the Time

A leading sleep expert in Britain says society faces a 'sleep deprivation crisis' with major health implications. Meteorologist Alex Wilson has the details.

Paramedics Take On Preventative Care

California's paramedics do more than take patients to the emergency room. Thanks to new initiatives, the Golden State's paramedics now serve as health coaches and follow up after hospital visits. We discuss #WhatsWorking with these new programs.

How California Hopes To Improve Medical Care With The Help Of Paramedics

Dr. Steve Rottman and Dr. Baxter Larmon explain how California hopes to improve medical care with the help of paramedics.

These Paramedics Are Doing More Than Taking Patients To The ER

Mike DeWindt and Steve Lucero explain what their jobs entail.

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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HPL Takes On: Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity is overwhelming American parents. Experts say many parents are ill-equipped to help their children because of the lack of education regarding nutrition. We spoke to parents and professionals about the issue and possible solutions.

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Conjoined Ugandan Twins Successfully Separated After 16-Hour Surgery

Conjoined Ugandan Twins Successfully Separated After 16-Hour Surgery

Can Texting Improve a Family's Communication?

Many parents say texting actually helps them communicate with their children. WSJ's Sue Shellenbarger joins Lunch Break With Tanya Rivero to explain. Photo: Getty

'Supernanny US': 3 Year Old Throws Tantrum Over Bottle

At the age of 3, this child is drinking up 8 bottles of warm milk per day, just like a 3 week old baby would do. It's time for this to change.

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Obama Administration Pushes To Ban Trans Discrimination In Health Care

The Obama administration is making a major push for transgender rights by prohibiting health insurance companies and medical providers from discriminating against patients because of their gender identities.

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: 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: Introduction

Learn how to take care of elderly and give them a massage.

5 Ways Your Health Will Improve When You Stop Wearing High Heels

Learn the five ways your health will immediately improve after ditching high heels.

Your Adrenals Could Be Ruining Your Life

Now, if you're feeling tired and stressed, we could have the answer. By some estimates, two-thirds of the population suffers from problems with their adrenals! With the help of Naturopathic Doctor, Dr. Alan Christianson, The List's Teresa Strasser looks at how to make sure your glands are glorious on the To Do List.

6 Things You Don't Know About Your Sunglasses

Not all face protection is created equal.

Spas for Healing Near Seattle, Washington

Heal your body with natural, organic, raw foods and learn secrets to health from Robin Sharon at the Annapurna Center for Self Healing in Port Townsend, Washington. Meet the late Gypsy Boots, a 90-yr vegetarian.

'Digital Detoxing' Helps Smartphone Addicts Become Normal People

Here's how to put yourself on a much-needed "digital diet."

College Students Are Smoking More Weed

College students are smoking more weed and the University of Michigan has the proof.

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.

5 Tricks to Help You Sleep Like a Baby

Getting ready for bed is all about rituals and signaling your body that it's time for sleep.

Spas for Healing Near Seattle, Washington

Heal your body with natural, organic, raw foods and learn secrets to health from Robin Sharon at the Annapurna Center for Self Healing in Port Townsend, Washington. Meet the late Gypsy Boots, a 90-yr vegetarian.

5 Happy, Healthy School Year Musts

New shoes and pencils? Check. But what about the inevitable back-to-school bummers like frayed nerves, germs galore and hungry tummies? Read on to find out what Dr. Keri Peterson recommends to start the year off right.

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.

The New York Times - Calling the Midwife, in Chiapas

From The New York Times: In Chiapas, Mexico, midwives may be the only person who can help a woman when she gives birth. By: By JANET JARMAN. Watch the original video on Times Video: http://nyti.ms/1KYjV6S

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.

Would Dan Harris Ever Leave ABC Because of His Panic Attacks?

Dan discusses his issues with panic attacks at work

How Did Dan Harris Learn Mindfulness Meditation?

Mindfulness Mediation can help

Should You Keep Your Anxiety A Secret?

Anxiety can go away with some help

The Best Way to Treat a Bruise

Ways to best treat bruises and possibly speed the healing process.

To Control Cancer Cells, Turn Off Their Growth

Researchers running lab tests have stopped the uncontrollable replication characteristic of cancer cells.

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The Best Exercises to Tackle Underarm Flab

Bob Harper reveals his best tips for fighting a common diet problem.

For Many, Back-to-School Shopping Is Family Bonding Time

Shopping for school supplies is one of the last bastions that hasn't moved online. Moms are some of the biggest online shoppers but this ritual remains stubbornly traditional. WSJ's Suzanne Kapner explains why.

6 Must-Have Items for Your Child's Backpack

Entertainment & Lifestyle columnist Josh McBride shares how to create the ultimate backpack survival kit.

The Right Way to Cheer From the Sidelines

What are the ground rules when you are a parent cheering for your child from the sidelines? WSJ's Sue Shellenbarger explains. Photo: Getty

10-Year-Old Boy Missing in Utah Wilderness Found Alive

A 10-year-old boy who went missing in Utah's rugged wilderness Sunday was found alive Monday. Malachi Bradley survived on his own for nearly 30 hours after getting lost while looking for wild mushrooms near a remote mountain lake in eastern Utah, authorities said. The resourceful boy didn't panic as temperatures dipped into the upper 30s Sunday.

4 Ways To Reduce Stress Before Bed

Learn the four ways to reduce anxiety before bed and sleep through the night.

GOP Comments About Jimmy Carter's Cancer Diagnosis Reveal 'Partisan Tenor'

Alfred Doblin discusses the recent comments made by the GOP regarding President Jimmy Carter's cancer diagnosis.

The Politics Of Cancer

Former president Jimmy Carter is trying a brand-new drug to fight his cancer. As he undergoes treatment in the public eye, we discuss the complexities of metastatic melanoma and how Carter exemplifies the humility we need in the face of the unknown.

Is It Okay to Crack Your Knuckles?

How many times did you crack your knuckles while watching this?

Pessimism Can Help You: 'The Science of Us' Episode 6

Find out how positive thinking can hold you back.

Warning Tips All Contact Lens Users Should Know

Here are some tips most contact users are ignoring.

'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.

Hospice and Grief Counseling

Dawn Smith with Kindred at Home discusses the benefits of hospice and grief counseling including the ways that it helps patients and families through the bereavement process.

Hospice Is About Living, not Dying

Dawn Smith with Kindred at Home explains the basics of hospice care and why sometimes less care can be more beneficial.

Transition from Hospital to Home

Dawn Smith with Kindred at Home provides tips on how to make a smooth transition from hospital to home for your senior loved one.

The Flutter Kick Ab Exercise Is Your Flat-Belly

Take your ab workout to the next level with this Pilates ab series! Watch this video to learn three variations of the flutter kick exercise that will get your abs burning! Then try our Flat-Belly Workout video, which features this exact move!

Mom's the Word: Stacy-Ann Quits Her Job

Stacy-Ann of the blog Weather Anchor Mama talks about adjusting to life after quitting her job as a weather anchor to spend more time with the children at home.

'Supernanny US': Emotional Family Communicate Through Sign Language

This family have finally had a break through and got on the same page. Here they share an emotional moment.

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.

What Is It Like To Live With Alopecia Areata

HuffPost Canada Video Editor Alanna Cardona shares what her experience was like dealing with Alopecia Areata

Home Care Options For Seniors

Dawn Smith with Kindred at Home discusses the different home care options available for seniors.

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.

Treating and Preventing Swimmers Ear

Certified Pediatrician Dr. JJ Levenstien shares everything you need to know to prevent and treat swimmers ear. Common during the summer months, swimmers ear is an infection of the outer ear canal. Swimmer ear can be more painful than a traditional ear infection, but it can be prevented and treated with a few simple tricks.

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.

When Group Therapy Works Better

In his recent New York Times article, author David Payne outlines how group therapy helped turn his life around. He joins us to discuss why this approach worked and examine the benefits and pitfalls of group versus individual therapy sessions.

5 Yoga Poses for Stronger Arms

Want to strengthen your arms? Steffy has 5 yoga poses that focus just on the arms for you to try!

Your 5-Minute Lose-the-Pooch Workout

Try this quick and focused workout to tone the lower part of your abs and work off the pooch. We concentrate on the abs for five minutes and guarantee you feel the burn. You don't need any equipment, but don't forget to breathe!

Lisa Mason - Gymnast, Mother, Rio 2016 Hopeful

How being a single mother inspired my return to world class gymnastics

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'Bizarre ER': Crack to the Head

A health and safety officer has failed to take notice of his own advice.

This 91-Year-Old Diver Will School You on the Diving Board

Tom Hairabedian is the world's oldest master diver at 91 years old, but he's still winning competitions left and right over young bucks half his age. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has video you have to see to believe!

Rikers Inmate Positive For Legionnaires' Disease

An inmate at Rikers Island has tested positive for Legionnaires' disease.

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.

7 Crazy Interesting Facts About Sperm

In this episode, Cheyenne is here with some interesting information all about sperm. Watch the video above for her list of 7 facts.

6 Signs You're Really Ready for Sex

In this episode, Cheyenne has a list of signs that you're really ready to have sex. Watch as she shares six important things you need to think about, know, do and plan for before having sex in order to help figure out if you actually are ready.

6 Things You Need to Know Before Oral Sex

Cheyenne is here to share important information you need to know before having oral sex. Watch the video above in order to get her full list of six things to know.

7 G-Spot Facts You Should Really Know

In this episode, Cheyenne is here to share some information about the G-spot. Watch the video for a list of 7 facts to know.

College Students: Social Media Isn't A Fair Representation of Real Life

An estimated 1,500 college students die from suicide each year. Last year, prestigious schools like William and Mary and MIT had multiple suicides. We discuss the mental health issues, trends like Duck Syndrome and #WhatsWorking to raise awareness.

How This MIT Student Is Fighting The Stigma Of Mental Illness

Isabel Lloyd talks about how she's fighting the stigma of mental illness.

Why Social Perfection Can Be 'Toxic' For College Students' Mental Health

Julie Lythcott-Haims discusses how trying to be socially perfect can be "toxic" for college students' mental health.

What's Behind The Rising HIV Rates In Young Gay Men

While overall HIV diagnoses have been declining nationwide, a sobering CDC report came out last summer which found a 132% increase in new HIV diagnoses among young gay men between 2001 and 2011.

Facial Fitness with Kandee Johnson

Can you believe that there's a way to tone the muscles in your face? Beauty pro Kandee Johnson demonstrates a few exercises for the face and neck to help you keep your skin and muscles tight.

8 Yoga Poses to Improve Balance

Steffy shows you 8 yoga poses that will help improve your balance. These should help improve flexibility, muscular control and even your posture when out and about.

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.

Is Frozen Yogurt Actually Healthier Than Ice Cream?

Which is healthier, frozen yogurt or ice cream? If you said fro-yo, you're not alone. But are you right?

Big Question: Can Cats Make Us Crazy?

Cats can make you go nuts and it's not just the emotional manipulation that's driving you batty...it might be a parasite.

This Breathing Technique Will Help You Beat Stress

With our jam-packed to-do lists, we can forget to pause and breathe. But, performance enhancement coach Ed Harrold, wants us to learn why it's important. He joins us to demonstrate breathing exercises that will reduce stress and improve sleep.

Beat Stress With Your Breath

With our jam-packed to-do lists, we can forget to pause and breathe. But, performance enhancement coach Ed Harrold, wants us to learn why it's important. He joins us to demonstrate breathing exercises that will reduce stress and improve sleep.

One Gene Could Change How We View the Obesity Epidemic

New research points to a gene in mice that, when silenced, can cut harmful fat levels in half.

NY Times Writer Laments Lack Of Non-Industry Sponsored Studies

Anahad O'Connor discusses the lack of non-industry sponsored health studies.

Coke's Obesity Study Could Just Be Their Newest Marketing Aid

Anahad O'Connor discusses Coca-Cola's new obesity study.

Superheroes Visit Children's Hospital to Fight Cancer with Smiles

A group of superheroes visit children in hospitals to help them fight their battle with cancer. Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) has the story.

Lip Service: Lip Enhancement to Plump Your Pout

Should you use fillers or something more permanent for lip enhancement? Dr. Frances Palmer shows Stephanie Stephens the secrets to improving thin lips.

Testosterone Supplements

Testosterone supplementation does not cause atherosclerosis progression, a new study finds.

The Upside of Zoning Out: 'The Science of Us' Episode 5

Mindfulness is helpful. But so is mindlessness.

5 Social Media Musts for Teens

Teens today are spending a lot of time on social media. They're checking their friends' status updates, posting their own, IM-ing, video chatting, sharing photos and more. Here are 5 social media musts for teens.

Advice From Alyson: How the Movie "Inside Out' Can Help Kids

Alyson talks about how kids can understand their emotions better by watching "Inside Out."

'Supernanny US': Trouble In The Car With 11 Year Old

This 11 year old is being disrespectful to her mother while driving in the car. It's dangerous and needs to stop.

With the Kid Calmer on International Youth Day

Richard Curtis is known as 'The Kid Calmer' and he travels the UK and internationally working with parents and their children who are having behavioural problems. He believes parents need more support, and that kids are not in crisis, but just need better guidance from adults. On International Youth Day this week he unveils his parenting toolkit for parents of now and the future.

People Developing Dementia Earlier, Dying Of It More Often

Colin Pritchard explains why more people are dying from dementia.

4 Ways To Relax at the Dentist

Hate visiting the dentist? Stay relaxed with these quick tips.

'Bizarre ER': Girls Rugby Team Sustains Injuries

A rugby match ends in a blood bath.

Vitamin D and Bone Health

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

Excessive Use of Workout Supplements

Some men may be misusing bodybuilding supplements, according to a new study.

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.

What Your Poop Says About You

Big ups to corn for always making its presence known.

Transgender Patients Find Voice Through Therapy

A University of Connecticut speech program is one of a growing number of clinics with programs to teach transgender people how to sound more like the sex they identify with.

Transgender Patients Find Voice Through Therapy

A University of Connecticut speech program is one of a growing number of clinics with programs to teach transgender people how to sound more like the sex they identify with.

Legionnaire's Disease Outbreak Leaves 7 Dead In NYC

New York City health officials believe they've discovered the cause of the Legionnaire's disease outbreak which has claimed 7 lives.

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.

How The Suburbs Are Killing You

Not using that wide-open space to walk around can be very bad for your health.

5 Tips to Relax When You Get Pulled Over

Blue lights in the rear-view mirror? Don't panic! Stay calm with these tips.

3 Ways to Stay Cool Extreme Heat

Learn the warning signs of heat stroke and ways to stay cool in extreme heat.

Here's What You Really Look Like While You Sleep

A glimpse inside what people look like when they sleep.

Legionnaires' Disease Kills Two, Sickens 31 In New York City

Two people are dead and 31 others have been sickened after an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in the Bronx, a borough of New York City.

Talking Pictures: Sam's Cure

Writer Fred Vogelstein describes the moving images photographer Elinor Carucci made of his family as they seek a cannabis derived treatment for his son Sam's epilepsy.

Expensive Drugs Work Better?

Dr. Koplow's discussion with Steven Sussman, Ph.D Child and Adolescent Psychologist, about the effectiveness of expensive drugs.

Do You Know What The Dirty Normal Is?

The meaning of the "Dirty Normal"

The Role Of Non-Physicians Grows

Laura Ungar explains how the role of non-physicians continues to grow when it comes to impacting a patients overall treatment and care.

4 Bedtime Habits to Avoid

Trouble falling asleep? Your before-bed habits may be contributing to your insomnia. Here are four sneaky sleep saboteurs that you should avoid around bedtime if you want a good night's rest.

Mammography Benefits and Risks

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

Foods That Can Trigger Headaches

The National Headache Foundation compiled a list of foods that could trigger headaches including everything from pizza to peanut butter.

Secondhand Smoke and Stroke Risk

Secondhand smoke increases risk of stroke among nonsmokers, study finds.

4 Laundry Hacks You Can't Live Without

Find out how you can cut your laundry day in half!

Misconceptions About Antibiotics

Testing parents' antibiotic knowledge and attitudes.

Standing up at Work

Standing up for long stretches at work may lead to unhealthy fatigue.

3 Ways Sunshine Makes You Healthy and Happy at the CT Science Center

We all feel a little happier on a sunny day or riding in a car with the windows down. Sometimes the most calming place to be is sitting on the beach listening to the sound of the waves crash on the beach. Have you ever wondered why these small pleasures have such a positive impact on our lives? Check out the premier episode of the Science Behind Happiness, a brand new HooplaHa Original Series and let the happiness science expert, TJ McKenna from the Connecticut Science Center unlock the secrets

Is Your Smartphone Destroying Your Posture?

Dr. David Gustitus with Rhythm of Life Chiropractic explains how your smartphone may be impacting your posture.

Woman Reveals Incredible New Look After Losing More Than 100 Pounds

28-year-old Sharda Smith-Stevens used weigh 245 pounds and lost a whopping 106 pounds. "I was the junk food queen. Fast foods were my personal chef. I never cooked at home. I would get up in the middle of the night and eat," Sharda told INSIDE EDITION. She's showing off her new look in People magazine out Friday. Sharda changed her diet and exercise because she didn't want to end up like her mom who died of hypertension at 48.

Celebrity Beards: "Shave It or Save It?"

The Doctors discuss the importance of beard maintenance and play a game of celebrity "Shave It or Save It"!

Woman Experiences Mysterious Burning Smell After Head Injury

A young woman who lost her sense of smell following a head injury reaches out to The Doctors for help.

Funny Bone: Ventriloquist Terry Fator Voices Health Concern

Comedian, singer, ventriloquist and impressionist Terry Fator relies on his voice for his career. Watch as he and "Winston the Impersonating Turtle" visit an ear, nose and throat specialist for a routine checkup.

Avoiding Kitchen Cross-Contamination

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork reveals a shocking source of cross-contamination lurking in your kitchen. Learn how to stay safe while cooking.

Northwestern Develops Smartphone App To Detect Depression

Dr. Kevin Campbell talks about Northwestern's new depression smartphone app.

Why Kaiser Is Betting Big on a Fake Hospital

In a few years, you may not have to visit the doctor to see the doctor.

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.

5 Reasons You're Tired All The Time

You got a full 8 hours but are still exhausted; what's the deal? Your lifestyle could be draining you. If you seem to feel sluggish, try ditching the 5 hidden energy-zapping habits laid out in this video.

Doctor's Prescription: Clean Your Belly Button

Find out what's hiding in your belly button, and learn the best way to keep your navel clean.

The Real Deal on Natural Sleep Aids

Sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta sets the record straight about three common all-natural sleep aids: chamomile, kava and valerian root. Can they really help you catch more zzz's?

3 Tips for Getting a Good Night's Sleep

Learn why sleep is as important to your overall health as what you eat and how you move, and find out the three activities you can do during the day to help get a good night's sleep.

Community Supports Widowed Dad and Infant Son

A grieving first-time father recounts the birth of his son, who was delivered prematurely via emergency C-section when his mother suffered a fatal brain hemorrhage as a result of a blood clot. Hear how family, friends and complete strangers in his community provided support after the tragic incident. Plus, learn the warning signs of a potentially deadly blood clot.

ER Reservations?

The Doctors discuss a new method many hospitals are using to expedite treatment times and improve patient satisfaction.

Medical Marijuana Inhalers?

The Doctors discuss a high-tech medical marijuana delivery device that is Wi-Fi-enabled, so doctors can remotely monitor and administer proper dosages.

Zombie Apocalypse Preparation?

Devan Tucking, a representative from the Kansas Division of Emergency Management, joins The Doctors to discuss her state's creative campaign to promote emergency preparedness.

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.

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Are Medical Apps Changing Healthcare?

Medical apps are becoming more common as doctors use them to share information. While patients can get closer to a diagnosis with a swipe on a smartphone. We look at the ways in which these new technologies can shape the future of the medical field.

Are Medical Apps Revolutionizing Healthcare?

Medical apps are becoming more common as doctors use them to share information. While patients can get closer to a diagnosis with a swipe on a smartphone. We look at the ways in which these new technologies can shape the future of the medical field.

This Dad Created A Medical App That's Helping Children Around The Globe

Bryan Shaw discusses why he created an app to help children worldwide.

Surprising Stress-Busters

Lifestyle expert and author Elycia Rubin shares three surprising tricks to subdue stress!

Couple's Struggle with Infertility

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

Top 5 Facts About Living Forever

Most of us will never achieve immortality through fame, so maybe there's a potion or something?

Ask the Doc: Snacking on the Go, Quick Workout Options and More

In this special edition of Ask Our Docs, guests at Red Mountain Resort in St. George, Utah, turn to Dr. Travis, Dr. Rachael and Dr. Berman for tips on snacking on the go, getting in a quick workout and more!

What Is Mustang Therapy?

See how wild mustangs are being used as therapy animals to help manage stress and anxiety. Could it work for you?

The Health Benefits of Hiking

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman and family medicine physician Dr. Rachael Ross hit the hills in St. George, Utah, to demonstrate the potential health benefits of hiking.

The Importance of Taking a Little Daily Vacation

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork explains the importance of taking time out of every day to treat yourself to a little rest and relaxation.

Training Can Change the Brain to Be More Creative

Allan Reiss, Howard C. Robbins Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Professor of Radiology, Director, Center for Interdisciplinary Brain Sciences (CIBSR) at Stanford University, talks about the effect of training on brain function and creativity.

Lisa's Story

What it's like to be disabled in NY

Overcoming Social Anxiety Disorder

While many people enjoy crowds and parties, some can be debilitated by them. Social anxiety disorder makes it difficult to engage socially and puts a strain on personal relationships. We discuss the best ways to deal with and overcome this disorder.

LEGOs Can Connect to This Prosthetic Arm

It makes playtime way more fun.

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.

Top 10 Ways to Cure a Hangover

Whether you call it a hangover or a wine flu, waking up after a night of drinking can be rough!

6 Things That Happen When You Don't Drink Enough Water

Nine cups of water per day? Studies say it's worth it.

Bill and Melinda Gates: Can Autopsies Stop Epidemics?

OZY's Carlos Watson speaks to Bill and Melinda Gates about a new initiative to reduce child mortality.

Bill and Melinda Gates: Rx for Global Health

Because stabler health can lead to stabler nations.

Why Our Bodies Need Sleep

We are immobile while we lie in bed snoozing, but our bodies continue to work throughout the night to ensure we are rejuvenated and ready for the next day. We discuss how our bodies biologically respond to sleep and how disrupting it affects us.

Why The Brain Needs Sleep To Stay Healthy

We are immobile while we lie in bed snoozing, but our bodies continue to work throughout the night to ensure we are rejuvenated and ready for the next day. We discuss how our bodies biologically respond to sleep and how disrupting it affects us.

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.

6 Things That Happen When You Don't Drink Enough Water

Nine cups of water per day? Studies say it's worth it.

Why Do Organ Transplants Fail So Often?

Organ donations save countless lives each year, but sometimes they fail? Why do transplants fail, and how often does it happen?

St. John's Wort

St. John's Wort may cause the same side effects as common antidepressants.

A Secret Women Keep That's Taking Lives

Heart disease survivors discuss the stigma behind the disease.

8 Ways to Cure a Hangover

Use these tips to help you recover the next morning.

Mosquito Health Risks

Paul Bello of PJB Pest Management Consulting describes the various health risks associated with mosquitos such as malaria, west nile virus, and others.

ESD: Removing Tumors Without a Scar

Now there's an easier approach to removing lesions inside the stomach and there's no incision.

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

Alternative Ways to Get Vitamin D

Many Americans are d-ficient when it comes to getting enough vitamin D. The List's Teresa Strasser provides a doctor's list of tips to get more vitamin D in your diet in the To Do List.

Something We Do Everyday May Be Killing Us

We do it at work and at home, it drives up our blood pressure, elevates our cholesterol and causes our bones to soften and degenerate. The List's Donna Ruko uncovers a health killer with health and fitness expert Anthony Balduzzi in the Revitalist.

A Future Where No Food Goes To Waste

It's estimated that 2.8 trillion pounds of food are wasted each year. However, millions of people around the world aren't getting enough to eat. We take a look at #WhatsWorking to combat the growing problem of food waste.

How We Can Market Food 'Waste' To Make A Real Impact

Stephen Demarais and Chantal Engelen talk about making an impact by marketing food "waste."

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.

Statins and Gender

Statin drugs may affect behavior differently depending on gender.

Adolescent Health and Education

Health problems during adolescence may affect life and work opportunities later in adulthood.

ADHD and School Performance

Does fidgeting help children with ADHD perform better in school?

Preserving Muscle Mass as You Age

Eating a diet rich in protein may help maintain muscle strength as we age.

Your Foot Can Help You Sleep

The first episode in our animated "Science of Us" series.

Heath Insurers In Missouri Must Now Cover Eating Disorders

In Missouri, if you're actively recurring from an eating disorder, you will soon be covered by health insurance.

California Governor Signs School Vaccination Law

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into a law one of the strictest vaccination bills in the country.

HuffPost Announces 'Black Health Matters' Initiative

The inequalities African Americans battle are plenty and severe -- but the widening health gap is arguably among one of the most crucial and inadequately addressed concerns.

How These Doctors Are Extending The Lives Of Childhood Cancer Survivors

A new study from St. Jude Children's Research shows that changes to pediatric cancer treatments have reduced the number of deaths due to the late effects of treatment, extending the lives of childhood cancer survivors. We discuss #WhatsWorking.

CDC Tells Swimmers To Beware Of This Pool Parasite

Thinking about going for a swim in the pool this 4th of July weekend? Well, you might want to consider the beach instead.

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.

Owning Your Medical History

When you're diagnosed with a debilitating illness, it's difficult to keep your medical records straight. Noga Leviner joins us to discuss how her company, PicnicHealth is freeing health data to help herself and others control their health history.

Why You Need To Take Ownership Of Your Medical History

When you're diagnosed with a debilitating illness, it's difficult to keep your medical records straight. Noga Leviner joins us to discuss how her company, PicnicHealth is freeing health data to help herself and others control their health history.

What Is Osteopathic Medicine?

Get an in-depth look into the field of osteopathic medicine from Gina Moses, M.Ed. She addresses the nuances of osteopathic medical education and how that differs from allopathic medicine. Moses also highlights the growing need for medical practitioners in the United States and how physicians trained in osteopathic medicine are helping to ease the shortage of health care professionals.

Why Are Prescription Drugs So Expensive?

The new hepatitis drug Sovaldi costs a whopping $1,000-per-pill. Experts say pharmaceutical companies are now putting out the most expensive drugs ever. But why? We discuss the reasons behind the $300 billion Americans spend every year on medicine.

'Astronomical' Medication Prices Forced This Cancer Survivor To Get Savvy

Caryn Sullivan reveals some of the financial difficulties she ran into while fighting cancer.

Is There Rational Behind The Cost Of Prescription Drugs?

Azzi Momenghalibaf and Dr. David Belk take a look at whether or not there's rhyme or reason behind the cost of prescription medication.

Medical Pot Unproven For Many Illnesses OK'd By Law

A new study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association warns that marijuana might not be a proven remedy for many ailments that it is used to treat. Robert Wolff joins HuffPost Live to discuss.

Know The Difference Between Heat Cramps, Heat Exhaustion, & Heat Stroke

It's summer, it's hot, and you've got to take care of yourself. Know the signs, symptoms, and differences between Heat Cramps, Heat Stroke, and Heat Exhaustion so you can keep your cool if you happen to get too hot.

Chicago's Meningitis Vaccine Recommendation

Health officials in Chicago are recommending that all gay and bi sexual men be vaccinated for meningitis.

The Truth Behind the Viral Marijuana Dangers Post

The Doctors reveal the truth behind a viral image circulating on the Internet that claims a young woman was disfigured after a marijuana bong explosion.

5 Reasons You Might Be Tired All the Time

Do you ever think about what's zapping your energy? Here are a few factors that could be affecting you.

Age Of Puberty Predicts Diseases In Later Life

A new study has found the age of puberty can be a strong predictor of diseases later in life.

Human Breast Milk Trade Health Warning

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

Cryotherapy Is the Coolest New Celebrity Health Craze

Lindsay Lohan, Many Moore and Mika Kelly have all tried cryotherapy and so has LeBron James to treat his injuries. It uses extreme cold to trigger health benefits. INSIDE EDITION went to Cryohealthcare in Los Angeles to see what it's like. The temperature is 220 degrees below zero and it's supposed to trigger the production of anti-inflammatory proteins. The treatment lasts three minutes and many people say they feel euphoric afterwards. Dr. Jonas Kuehne says cryotherapy can treat many ailments.

Subtle Signs of Eating Disorders

More than 30 million Americans suffer from an eating disorder, but only one in ten of those people ever get any kind of treatment. We tell you signs to look for if you think you know someone who is suffering from an eating disorder.

Stroke Survivor Support Group

Every 40 seconds someone suffers from a stroke and more than four-million people in the United States have had strokes and now live with the after-effects. These survivors use each other as support as they travel on the road to recovery.

Graves' Disease in Teens: Overlooked too Often

Graves' disease is a condition in kids and teens that can be overlooked and mimic attention deficit disorder, but a thyroid may be to blame.

VOMS Test for Concussions

Suffering from a concussion can lead to dangerous side effects, but experts have developed a simple test to measure a concussion.

Living Liver Transplant Saves Two Lives

Every year 1,700 patients die while waiting for a liver transplant. However, because the liver can regenerate itself, experts say more lives can be saved through living liver transplants.

CAN YOUR OWN STEM CELLS CURE YOU?

Doctors are now using patient's own stem cells to heal them from the inside out

New Movie Theater Provides Meaningful Employment for Disabled Adults

The Prospector Theater is a brand new and fully functional, state-of-the-art first-run movie theater, restaurant, entertainment and event venue in Ridgefield, CT. The mission behind the Prospector is to provide adults with disabilities opportunities for meaningful employment and vocational training, which allows them to be a part of their community.

Reduce Stress by Hula Hooping

As students in college, stressors come from many different directions. Having to balance schoolwork, extra curricular activities and a social life all at the same time can get hectic! At Boston University, these students have a unique way of letting go of their stress. The Hooping Project, founded by BU student Ariella Darvish, brings students together to "hula hoop to happiness," no experience necessary! Check out this awesome video to learn more about hooping and how it makes a difference in s

Paul Stanley of KISS Supports Non-Profit That Donates Life Changing Surgery

Can you imagine a life without a sense of hearing? For Arabella Carter and her parents Nolan and Danielle, this scenario is a painful reality.

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

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

Dr. Sanjay Gupta's Message on Medical Marijuana

Dr. Gupta explains his views

The Difference Between THC and CBD

Dr. Sanjay describes what THC and CBD means

Marijuana Helps Seizures

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Quench Your Thirst with Hydration Gadgets

Do you think you drink enough water on a daily basis? Technology and crowdfunding are here to make it easier! The List's Bradley Hasemeyer shows us high tech ways to drink up on the Hit List.

Stroke Signs: Think Fast

How to recognize the subtle signs of America's fifth leading killer.

Show Your Hearing Aids

A social media campaign is encouraging people to show their hearing aids and not hide them from everyone. Each picture that is posted raises money for research and for buying hearing aids for those who can't afford them.

CI Therapy for Aphasia

After a stroke, 60% of patients have trouble understanding speech or speaking, but a new therapy is helping brain injured patients reclaim their lives.

SAVING SAL: HIS SON TO THE RESCUE!

A father and son bond becomes truly unbreakable after the son takes part in a medical miracle

Healthy Lifestyle Tips: Part 2

Yogi Marlon shares her best practices for a healthy home. Learn about unsafe products, allergies, processed foods to avoid, diet tips, and more.

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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

The Insomnia-Allergy Connection

Springtime is in the air again! Unfortunately, so is the pollen. Fifty percent of Americans suffer from seasonal allergies, which affects everything from your energy level to your ability to get a good night's sleep. Lifestyle and sleep expert Lissa Coffey is with us to talk about this insomnia-allergy connection, and what you can do to remedy it.

The Best Way to Treat Bruises

For most of us, bruises are a pretty normal part of life, however, they can take up to two weeks to disappear. Here's the best way to treat a bruise and possibly speed up the healing.

Staying Safe in the Heat

With summer more people are outside. There are things you should do to keep yourself safe in the summer heat.

Trans Men & Women Need Mammograms, Too

Transgender people often face difficulty getting the proper preventative healthcare. Some medical practices turn trans women & men away, others forget to remind about mammograms, prostrate exams, & pap smears, & insurance often won't cover services.

The Awful Reason This Trans Man's Doctor Withheld His Cancer Diagnosis

Jay Kallio joins HuffPost Live to expalin why his doctor withheld his cancer diagnosis.

Trans Woman Discusses Her First Mammogram And The Obstacles To Getting Care

Meggan Sommerville joins HuffPost Live to discuss her first mammogram.

OBGYN Answers All Your Questions About Transgender Healthcare

Dr. Drai joins HuffPost Live to answer questions about transgender healthcare.

#WhatsWorking: Nurse Practitioner Laws

More states are giving nurse practitioners authority to treat patients without a doctor's supervision. We discuss how this new legislation is making a real difference for patients who live in rural areas and have limited access to doctors.

New Legislation Is Letting Nurse Practitioners Practice Without A Doctor

More states are giving nurse practitioners authority to treat patients without a doctor's supervision. We discuss how this new legislation is making a real difference for patients who live in rural areas and have limited access to doctors.

Bob Harper: Always Eat First Thing in the Morning

'Biggest Loser' trailer Bob Harper stresses the importance of eating right when you wake up in this informative clip.

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.

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Why Women Live Longer Than Men

It's no secret that Women usually live longer than men. The question is how do they do it? Well now, Stanford University scientists may have some answers.

How To Detect And Prevent Lyme Disease

It's summer and time to head outside and enjoy mother nature! But when you get inside, you should always check for ticks. They're not just gross, you can get Lyme disease.

How An Australian Blood Donor Has Saved Over 2 Million Lives

This Australian man has saved more than two million babies.

Traumatic Brain Injury's Unknown Victims

While traumatic brain injury is well known among athletes and veterans, its prevalence in domestic violence cases is largely overlooked. We explore the link between TBI and domestic violence survivors, and resources for those suffering undiagnosed.

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?

Why Your Gut Is Critical To Improving Your Energy And Reducing Fatigue

Dr. Holly Phillips talks about why your gut is critical to improving your energy and reducing fatigue.

Putting An End To Your Exhaustion

The CDC declares insufficient sleep is a public health crisis. Dr. Holly Phillips joins HuffPost Live to talk about her new book "The Exhaustion Breakthrough," which identifies lifestyle changes to fight fatigue and improve our health.

Why It's Often Difficult To Differentiate Between Fatigue And Depression

Dr. Holly Phillips talks with Alyona about why it's often difficult to differentiate between fatigue and depression.

How To Know If Your Sleepiness Is Exhaustion Or Just Normal Fatigue

The CDC declares insufficient sleep is a public health crisis. Dr. Holly Phillips joins HuffPost Live to talk about her new book "The Exhaustion Breakthrough," which identifies lifestyle changes to fight fatigue and improve our health.

How Powerful Is Your Heart?

Can you die of a broken heart? What is heart disease and how does it manifest in men versus women? Can fear make your heart stop? These questions and many more are answered in some of HuffPost Live's best conversations about heart health.

What Domestic Violence Survivors Need To Know About Traumatic Brain Injury

While traumatic brain injury is well known among athletes and veterans, its prevalence in domestic violence cases is largely overlooked. We explore the link between TBI and domestic violence survivors, and resources for those suffering undiagnosed.

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."

Tips to Stay Healthy This Summer

Don't let headaches or other health issues let you miss out on your summer plans. Lifestyle Expert Bahar Takhtehchianhas the tricks to keep you feeling your best all season long.

First Partial Skull and Scalp Transplant Completed at Texas Hospital

Opening a new frontier in transplant surgery, Texas doctors have done the world's first partial skull and scalp transplant to help a man who suffered a large head wound from cancer treatment. Doctors from Houston Methodist Hospital and MD Anderson Cancer Center did the operation two weeks ago. The recipient ? Jim Boysen, a 55-year-old software developer from Austin, Texas ? expects to leave the hospital Thursday with a new kidney and pancreas along with the scalp and skull grafts.

Are You Washing Your Bath Towel Enough?

How often do you wash your bath towel?

Sun Awareness Week: Beat The Heat With These Simple Tips

It's Sun Awareness Week in Canada. Here's how you can have fun in the sun and stay safe.

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.

Top Hangover Hacks

Enjoy the holiday and drink up! But you don't have to pay for it the next day. Even though there's no magic hangover pill, there are some things you can do to help your hangover the day after

4 Quick and Easy Ways to Burn Calories

Laughing, cooking, gardening, burning calories is not as hard as you think! We have some small ways to help burn fat by doing the things you love.

Interactive Art Rehab

Rehabilitation from a serious injury can be extremely challenging, but a new therapy is motivating patients, with art.

Aquatherapy

Aquatic-therapy is helping those suffering from debilitating injuries and illnesses recover faster.

Three-Quarter Houses Perpetuate A 'Vicious Cycle' Among Recovering Addicts

A 6 month long New York Times investigation is shining a light on so called "Three-Quarter Houses," homes to which those suffering from substance addiction are often referred by hospitals, treatment programs and shelters.

Pay-as-You-Go Healthcare?

An approach to patient care that allows you to skip your insurance completely and chose the doctor you want.

The Comeback Kid

Competing in martial arts without a pulse in one arm? How doctors put the power back in a judo champions' arm.

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.

Life Without Limitations: You're Never Too Old

There are now more Americans age 65 and older than at any other time in U.S. history. And these seniors are redefining what it means to grow older.

Skyscraper to Landscaper

Is your job making you feel sick? About 70 percent of American's surveyed in a recent poll said they hate their job or are completely disengaged. Hear one woman's story of how she got a new career and got healthy.

Dangers of Testosterone

It regulates muscle mass, energy and sex drive, but is it safe? What you should know about this over-prescribed hormone before taking it.

Platelet Bioreactor

Scientists are now mimicking human physiology in order to allow platelets to have a shelf life longer than ever before.

POEM: HELP FOR SWALLOWING DISORDER

One man couldn't eat or drink without choking, but a procedure that required no incisions outside of the body gave him the relief he needed

Tired of Being Tired

Are you sleepy? You are not alone! Forty percent of Americans are sleep deprived. We have some scary facts that will make you want to catch up on some sleep.

Marathon Heart

Running is good for your body, but too much of it could potentially damage your heart. Although rare, many runners may be at risk for heart problems due to marathon running.

Reversing NASH Liver

There's currently no cure for the nonalcoholic liver disease that affects 80-million Americans, but research shows a new medical treatment could help reverse it.

DVT: Fixing Clots, Saving Lives

A new way to fix potentially deadly clots is saving lives.

THE KEY TO REVERSING AGING: YOUNG BLOOD

The key to looking and feeling younger has been a secret since the beginning of time, but researchers believe the secret may be in our blood.

ER? Urgent Care? The Doc's Office? When and Where to Go

Heart attacks, serious burns and broken bones are serious emergencie, but what about pink eye or the flu? We ask the experts where you should go when you need to see a doctor.

Healthy Beauty Foods

Natural ways to whiten your teeth, lengthen your nails and even help your hair grow.

Going Deaf at the Gym

What you do at the gym could end up hurting your hearing! It's time to turn down the iPod and listen to this, turning up the volume to get pumped up could end up costing you your hearing.

A Prescription of Mobility

New research confirms the saying 'move it or lose it.' In fact, even a little activity can go a long way to keeping seniors on their feet and living on their own.

Statins: A Second Opinion

Statins seem to be all the rage when it comes to lowering cholesterol, but one doctor gives a very different opinion on the popular drug.

Ebola: What You Need to Know

No rumors, no myths, just what you need to know about the deadly disease that has hit the states.

Paper Test for Ebola

A fast, simple way to diagnose bacterial and viral diseases is on the horizon, and all you need is a piece of paper.

ARTIFICIAL KIDNEY: FREEDOM FOR DIALYSIS PATIENTS

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

Everyday Superwoman Lives With Her Disability

This supermom seems to be able to do it all; raise her children, work, take college classes, make a documentary and more

Living Bravely: Women Without Limits

Meet three women who truly are living bravely, and not letting life in a wheelchair slow them down

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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Dr. Ian's Healthy Daily Diet

Dr. Ian Smith walks you through the latest version of his successful 'Shred Diet.'

Back Surgery Gone Bad: Questions for Your Doctor

Rick Greenwood's surgery was supposed to relieve his back pain. Instead, the surgery left him paralyzed.

Massage for MS

Researchers are studying the benefits of massage on patients suffering from a progressive disease of the central nervous system.

Research Finds A Link Between Your Morning Coffee And Erections

According to new research from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, men who drink the caffeine equivalent of two to three cups of coffee per day are less likely to have erectile dysfunction.

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.

Live Anthrax Inadvertently Shipped to US Labs

The Pentagon confirmed on Wednesday that live anthrax was accidentally shipped to labs in nine U.S. states.

This Argentinian Donor Advert Will Make You Cry and Then Make You Sign Up

"The Man and the dog" advert for organ donor donation is one of the saddest we've seen and will get you to sign up!

Quick Tips To Keep Cool And Kill More Calories This Summer

Trend expert Rachel Zalis shares two new breakthroughs that'll keep your skin smooth and help kill more calories to sleeken your silhouette this summer.

People Describe What Social Anxiety Feels Like

There's much more to me than my silence. All confessions courtesy of Whisper app.

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.

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.

5 Common Medicare Mistakes to Avoid

Here's how to keep your health-care costs down in retirement.

Why Do Women Experience Hair Loss?

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

Are E-Cigarette Safer Than Regular Cigarettes?

Thomas Kiklas, cofounder of the Tobacco Vapor Electronic Cigarette Association, addresses concerns about the rise of e-cigarette use among teens.

E-Cigarette Safety: Are They Truly Safe?

The Doctors debate whether electronic cigarettes, which have become increasingly popular in recent years, support smoking cessation or augment nicotine addiction.

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Colin Christopher Hypnotizes On Live TV

We had a hypnotist work his "magic" live in our studio. See how it turned out.

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

Fun With Powdered Alcohol: You Can Stop Being Scared Now

People are freaking out about powdered alcohol, but I wasn't convinced they understood the science behind it. So I tested their concerns. Will it get you crazy drunk? Will people snort it? Watch & see!

Son, I Once Attempted Suicide...

If you've had a troubled mental health past, should you tell your kids about it? Kelley Clink, a mom with a suicide attempt in her past says yes. We speak to her and other moms on how parents and kids can best communicate during difficult times.

How To Have A Healthy Conversation With Kids About Suicide

Katie Hurley and Sabrina Strong reveal how you can have a healthy and productive conversation about suicide with kids.

These Are The Top 20 Cities With The Worst Mosquito Problems

Orkin, ranked the top 20 states with the worst mosquito problems based on the amount of customers serviced last year.

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.

Top Searched Medical Services and Goods by State

Find out the most-searched-for goods and services state by state. What do the results say about people's priorities?

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.

Fart Facts That Will Blow You Away

Farts are basically butt sneezes.

The Healing Power of Forgiveness

Letting go of a grudge isn't easy, but forgiveness actually has huge health benefits. A psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins gives insight on how to forgive and how doing so can positively affect not only your soul but your body.

Robot Rehab: Learning to Walk Again with Ekso

Robots are helping victims of stroke and spinal cord injuries learn to walk again.

FDA Lifts Long-Time Ban On Gay, Bisexual Blood Donors

The FDA announced that it will end the ban on gay and bisexual men donating blood, but they can only donate if they have not had sex with another man for a year. HuffPost Live discusses the remaining stigma and how the lift doesn't go far enough.

It's Time To End The Gay Blood Ban

The FDA announced that it will end the ban on gay and bisexual men donating blood, but they can only donate if they have not had sex with another man for a year. HuffPost Live discusses the remaining stigma and how the lift doesn't go far enough.

What FDA's Revised Stance On Gay Blood Donors Means For Trans People

Dr. Dana Beyer joins HuffPost Live to discuss what the FDA's revised stance on gay blood donors means for trans people.

Jase Smithyman: How To Shave If You Have No Arms

Jase Smithyman shows how to shave If you have no arms. Video from YouTuber "Wingless"

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.

Is It Strep or Something Else?

Many teens and college students could be mistaking strep throat for another similar, but deadly, bacteria.

FDA Approved Powdered Alcohol

Just add water and a packet of powdered alcohol to make a cocktail? The Doctors discuss the potential dangers of a new FDA-approved product with the man who created it.

Stem Cells: A Weapon for Huntington's?

A treatment gearing up for a new trial in humans may slow down the progression of Huntington's disease.

Stem Cells for Paralysis

New research on stem cells is giving hope to patients who never thought they would be able to walk again.

Limb Transplant Gel: Saving Feet, Hands, and Faces

Instead of taking daily immune suppressive drugs, researchers have developed a new gel that could give limb transplant patients their lives back.

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.

Help for Sinusitis: Vent-Os

A device the size of a grain of rice is helping sinus patients breathe easier.

Hidden Health Hazards of Tight Clothing

Ladies, you might love how you look in form-fitting attire, but is it worth the risks? Find out the potential negative effects of constrictive clothing on your health.

Advil Vs. Tylenol: Which to Use and When?

How does Tylenol compare to the other common pain reliever, Advil? And how much of either is too much? WSJ's Sumathi Reddy explains.

Extreme Skin Removal Surgery

A past guest who lost a whopping 500 pounds reveals her new body after undergoing surgery to remove nine feet of excess skin. Plus, plastic surgeons Dr. Daniel Barrett and Dr. Michael Zarrabi explain the challenges of performing her procedure.

Breast Milk for an Eye Infection?

The Doctors weigh in after a beauty blogger advocated on her YouTube channel using breast milk to cure an eye infection. Is the home remedy safe?

Smaller at the Altar Finale

Three months after entering 'The Doctors' Smaller at the Altar competition, three engaged couples on a mission to lose weight duke it out in the final challenge. Plus, see which lovebirds win a fabulous honeymoon in Fiji.

Disturbing Dipping Trend

The Doctors speak with a young mom who is part of an online community of women who use chewing tobacco. Can she be convinced to quit?

Dangers of OTC Weight Loss Supplements

Learn the health risks of over-the-counter weight loss supplements that contain a potentially dangerous chemical similar to amphetamines.

Surprise Nurse Makeover

A dedicated and deserving RN gets treated to a surprise makeover.

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.

Causes of Fatigue

Learn some of the common causes of fatigue from the Doctor on Demand team.

At Some Hospitals, Patients Mentor Patients

Hospitals are turning to former patients to mentor and coach new ones to provide a more personal touch than the traditional support group. WSJ's Laura Landro reports.

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..

How Ebola Changed a Doctor's Eye from Blue to Green

Dr. Ian Crozier's eye color changed from blue to green overnight. He was diagnosed with Ebola last September in Sierra Leone but was pronounced cured when he was treated at Emory University's special unity in Atlanta. Two months after being given a clean bill of health, he developed inflammation in his left eye and began experiencing severe vision problems. He woke up one morning with a new eye color and his pupil was dilated more than twice its size, a test revealed it was Ebola virus.

Is Your Smartphone Making You Dumb?

Learn how too much tech can discombobulate the brain and decrease your IQ.

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

A Veterinarian's Life-Saving Story

One woman who helped save thousands of dogs and cats also ended up saving her own life.

Overcoming Obstacles and Inspiring Young Minds

Growing up severely dyslexic, this woman was told she'd never make it through middle school. Now she sees what others call barriers as merely challenges to success.

Apostherapy: Shoes for Pain

More than 1.5 billion people suffer from chronic pain, but now a new therapy is able to treat people with back, hip, or knee pain using a pair of shoes.

Nicotine Stops Seizures

Commercially available nicotine patches are helping patients with rare autosomal dominant nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsy.

Texting While Driving

Do laws that ban texting while driving save lives?

Woman Pleads Guilty to Charges She Attemped to Cut Off Husband's Penis

The lawyers for both parties discuss the case of a woman who pleaded guilty to assault after her husband said she attempted to cut off his penis with a pair of scissors.

Help for Victims of Domestic Violence

The Doctors discuss why it's important for domestic violence victims to seek help early in an abusive relationship.

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.

Can Pomegranate Help Heal Sunburn?

Dr. Travis Stork reveals eye-opening health remedies you can find at the Farmer's Market.

Can Spinach and Avocado Help Lower Chloresterol?

Dr. Travis Stork reveals eye-opening health remedies you can find at the Farmer's Market.

New Year's Resolutions: How to Keep Your Goals

Lose weight, exercise, stop smoking, these are the top New Year's resolutions, but for most of us they last just a few weeks. Here are some top tips on how to make 2015 the year your goals stick.

Be Your Own Health Advocate

If you don't hear back from your doctor after a routine test, would you think everything is ok? Don't put your life and your health at risk. We have lifesaving information you need to know about when it comes to checking up on your check-up.

Teenagers and Whooping Cough

How effective is the Tdap vaccine in helping prevent whooping cough in adolescents?

Aspirin Therapy

Should you be taking a daily dose of aspirin?

Whooping Cough Vaccine's Protection Fades Quickly

A new study reveals the whooping cough vaccine loses its effectiveness over the years.

Woman Obsessed with Surgery

Meet Lacey, a 46-year-old mother of six who has undergone more than forty-seven surgical procedures to attain what she hopes is the 'most extreme body on the planet.'

Controversy over Bathroom Signs

At what age should children use public restrooms alone? The Doctors weigh in on a recent controversy over one store's policy regarding children accompanying their opposite sex parent to the restroom.

Update on Dr. Berman's Sugar Intervention

Urologist and admitted sugar addict Dr. Jennifer Berman opens up about her progress after her fellow The Doctors hosts staged an intervention for her.

Mother-Daughter Makeover Results

Shelly and her daughter, Carrie, reveal the results of their 'drop a decade' makeovers.

Mother-Daughter Makeover

Shelly and her daughter, Carrie, hope to achieve a more youthful look without going under the knife. Watch as board-certified dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe performs 'drop a decade' makeovers on each woman.

Babies Who Look Like Old Men?

The Doctors discuss how grumpy-faced newborns have become an Internet sensation.

The Latest Health News in Two Minutes

Get the latest health news you can use with 'The Doctors' News in 2:00.

Selling Sickness with Drug Ads

Dr. Koplow's discussion with Steven Sussman, Ph.D Child and Adolescent Psychologist, about overly produced drug ads.

Bay Area Brain Tumor Walk

Bay Area Brain Tumor Walk

Bay Area Brain Tumor Walk Part 2

Bay Area Brain Tumor Walk

The Truth About Having Skin Removal Surgery

Gregg McBride joins HuffPost Live to talk about his experience having skin removal surgery.

Losing 600 Pounds Was Only Half The Battle For Paul Mason

Paul Mason joins HuffPost Live to talk about undergoing skin removal surgery.

The Problem With Losing Lots Of Weight

Meeting your goal weight after dropping hundreds of pounds is a huge accomplishment, but for many people, the work doesn't stop there. Our panel opens up about the skin removal surgery that's often required after slimming down.

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.

The Best Products For Mood Enhancement

Dr. Leo Galland tells Marlo Thomas what are the best products for mood enhancement.

Contortionist Bonnie Morgan's Show-and-Tell

Bonnie Morgan, a professional contortionist who has been featured in films such as "Minority Report," "The Devil Inside" and "The Ring Two," joins The Doctors to discuss and demonstrate her jaw-dropping talents. Could there be a medical explanation for her unbelievable flexibility?

Chinese Boy Finds a Leech Lodged in His Throat

The Doctors discuss the shocking case of an 11-year-old Chinese boy who allegedly drank water contaminated with leech larvae, resulting in a 3-inch leech being discovered in his throat a month later.

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.

U.S. Emergency-Room Visits Continue to Climb

Emergency-room visits are climbing, despite predictions that the Affordable Care Act would lead to less traffic. WSJ's Stephanie Armour joins the News Hub.

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.

How Faith Could Heal

The Doctors and Pastor Andre Butler share stories of unexplainable medical miracles. Learn more about Pastor Andre's new DVD, "Heaven's Healthcare."

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.

Five Natural Remedies for GERD

Up to one-third of Americans suffer from GERD, and it costs the U.S. 10-billion dollars to treat. However, drug free ways to relieve reflux can work just as well.

Fatty Liver Calculator Helps Kids Fight the Epidemic

A disease that used to affect only adult alcoholics is now plaguing kids. Here is a new and easy way to predict fatty liver disease.

Top 10 Health Fads

These are the fitness and wellness trends we couldn't help but try. Join WatchMojo as we count down our picks for the top 10 health fads.

Why You Might Want To Start Spending More Time Alone

The thought of eating out or seeing a movie alone is terrifying for some, but a new study suggests those people will miss out on fun experiences due to irrational fears. Why is there a stigma attached to doing things alone, and how do we combat it?

6 Caffeine-Free Ways to Boost Energy

Put down the can of Coke and forget about grabbing another cup of coffee. From singing to chewing gum, we have some caffeine-free ways to rev up your energy.

Why Doing Things Alone Is Good For You

The thought of eating out or seeing a movie alone is terrifying for some, but a new study suggests those people will miss out on fun experiences due to irrational fears. Why is there a stigma attached to doing things alone, and how do we combat it?

Bob Harper Shows You How to Stay Healthy at Work

'Biggest Loser' trainer Bob Harper reveals some easy habits you can do at work to keep the weight off.

'The Good Gut'

Could the key to taking control of your weight, mood and long-term health be found in the trillions of microbes in your gut? According to Justin and Erica Sonnenburg, married Stanford scientists and authors of "The Good Gut," the answer is yes!

Are The Microbes In Your Gut The Key To Good Health?

Could the key to taking control of your weight, mood and long-term health be found in the trillions of microbes in your gut? According to Justin and Erica Sonnenburg, married Stanford scientists and authors of "The Good Gut," the answer is yes!

Sex Is Safer When Gender Equality Is Taught

Julie Beck joins HuffPost Live to discuss the great American debate over sex education.

Thrive ECourse

A trailer for the Thrive eCourse

Thrive ECourse

A trailer for the Thrive eCourse

Thrive ECourse

A trailer for the Thrive eCourse

Mom Fights to Have Deceased Daughter's Baby

The Doctors discuss a 59-year-old woman in the U.K. who is desperately seeking a fertility clinic to help her become the surrogate mother to her own grandchild using her deceased daughter's eggs.

Woman Impaled by Golf Club

A young woman opens up about surviving a gruesome freak accident involving a broken golf club.

Breastfeeding Selfies?

The Doctors weigh in on the social media trend of nursing moms posting selfies in response to critics who think breast-feeding women should cover up.

Man Shoots Selfie Video While Being Rescued?

The Doctors discuss one man's decision to record his rescue from a car crash.

Woman Stalked By Nurse After Surgery

A woman shares the disturbing story of being cyberstalked by a nurse anesthesiologist after she had reconstructive surgery.

What to Do If a Health Care Worker Crosses the Line

The Doctors discuss what you should do if a nurse or doctor engages in inappropriate behavior.

Risks of Removing a Large Facial Tumor

Two surgeons explain why removing a large tumor on the side of a woman's face is so risky and what the procedure would involve.

The Doctors' Deals

Need a little retail therapy? See how you can save big bucks on the hottest health and beauty products with The Doctors' Deals.

One Woman Four Eyebrows

See how a bungled beauty treatment left one woman with four eyebrows.

The Ethics Of Fertility Medical Coverage

A recently-killed bill in Maine would have required health insurance companies to cover fertility treatments, but only for married couples whose infertility was not the result of an STD. We discuss the ethics and expenses of fertility coverage.

Help for Heartburn

Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Freda Lewis-Hall, M.D., discusses common causes of acid reflux and shares tips to help alleviate the symptoms.

How The Infertility Industry Should Be Better Regulated

A recently-killed bill in Maine would have required health insurance companies to cover fertility treatments, but only for married couples whose infertility was not the result of an STD. We discuss the ethics and expenses of fertility coverage.

Project Prayer Box: Fostering Hope Among Cancer Patients and Their Families

It's a simple act that could impact people all over the world. Take a minute this holiday to hear one woman's story of hope and inspiration

This Is No Run Of The Mill Trainer

Check out this Kitchener, Ont. personal trainer, who took treadmill dancing to a new level at his Goodlife gym

Where's The State Funding For Tick-Borne Diseases?

According to the New England Center of Investigative Reporting, ticks, and cases of Lyme Disease, are on the rise especially in New England where 5,500 Massachusetts residents are infected every year.

Water-Resistant Paint to Curb Public Urination?

Hear about a new strategy being implemented in San Francisco, California, to discourage public urination.

Does Flotation Therapy Really Work?

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman find out the truth behind purported health benefits of flotation therapy. Could it work for you? Learn more about flotation therapy.

Amputee Receives Offensive Note from Neighbor

The Doctors speak with a woman who received an offensive note from a neighbor in a dispute over a handicap parking spot.

Dr. Oz Hits Back At Critics

Dr. Oz hits back at critics

Easing TOS Pain

Treating TOS pain, if caught early, can relieve symptoms and give people their life back.

The 6 Dirtiest Places on a Plane

Airplanes are filled with nasty germs and bacteria, but if you know where they are, and how to avoid them, you can stay healthy during travel season.

3-D Printed Organs Becoming a Reality

New 3-D printing technology makes it possible to print organs that could one day help those in need.

Doctor Says 'There's Quite A Lot That Can Be Done' For Parkinson's Patients

Dr. Craig Zalvan joins HuffPost Live explain how he is helping to treat patients with Parkinson's.

GOP Plan Not 'ObamaCare Lite'

Editorial Board Member Joe Rago on what Republicans should do if the Supreme Court strikes down ObamaCare's state subsidies.

Hot Fire Prevention Tips

A firefighter featured in a smoking hot calendar for charity reveals three surprising home fire hazards. Learn more about the Charleston, S.C., Firefighter Calendar .

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.

An Anonymous Donor Is The Reason Both These Twins Get To Live

Twin sisters are getting a second chance at life after an anonymous donor donated part of their liver to complete live-saving surgery.

Can You Walk in a Straight Line with Your Eyes Closed?

Have you ever tried walking in a straight line with your eyes closed? It's remarkably hard to keep on track. Dr Emily Grossman explains why. Visual information plays a key role in the way we orient ourselves. Hanging on to visual reference points allows us to keep walking in a straight line. Take away the ability to see these reference points and walking straight becomes nearly impossible.

How To Stop Yourself Being Ticklish

Are you ticklish? Dr Emily Grossman shows you how to use the science of tickling to stop yourself squirming when you're tickled. Why can't you tickle yourself? Dr Emily Grossman explains how your brain anticipates the movement of your hands, and suppresses the tickle response. Can you use the fact that you can't tickle yourself to stop other people being able to tickle you?

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.

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.

Railroad Crossing Fatalities: How to Avoid Railroad Accidents

Someone in the U.S. is struck by a train every three hours. The Doctors discuss what you should be aware of when walking near train tracks.

The Issue with Federal Government Monopoly on Medical Marijuana Research

Sue Sisley, a Doctor and researcher of medical options for veterans who suffer from mental disorders including PTSD, talks about the strict monopoly of the US government on Marijuana dissemination for research and this control limits research options.

Advocates Push for Medical Marijuana for Pets

The next time you take your sick or ailing dog to the vet -- you may receive a prescription for marijuana. Even as advocates fight to make medical marijuana legal in Florida, growers are expanding their customer base to the family pet. Ted White explains.

Mini Horse, Dog Help Patients, Kids Cope in Maryland

When Jenny Pfieffer shows up anywhere with her therapy pets, it's a real head turner.

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.

Should You Avoid a Handshake with Your Doctor?

Could your doctor or nurse be making you sick when he or she shakes your hand? Some doctors are asking patients to refrain from the friendly gesture in their offices to help protect your health.

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.

Poop in a Pill Kills Deadly Infection

Healthy bacteria from donors is being made into a pill that could be an alternative to fecal transplants.

Deadly Tick Borne Virus Popping Up In Northeast

Warmer temperatures create the perfect condition for ticks to come out and feast on you or your pet. This season there is more to fear from the parasite than Lyme disease.

Schools Kick Out 143 Kids For Not Being Vaccinated

Earlier this week, school district officials in Spokane, Washington became cracking down on unvaccinated students.

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.

Patron Lights Bouncer on Fire After Not Paying Bill

A bouncer at a Florida bar was set on fire after a customer wouldn't pay his bar tab. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has the crazy video you have to see.

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

How to Clean Up a Gasoline Spill in Your Garage with Cat Litter!

Dr. Ian Smith shares a few helpful tricks to clean up a gasoline spill in your garage.

How to Protect Your Body from Harmful Fumes Inside Your Garage

Dr. Ian Smith reveals why you should only be using containers designed to hold gasoline in your garage.

Why Sleeping with Two Pillows May Lead to Sleep Apnea

Dr. Ian Smith demonstrates the negative effects sleeping with two pillows can have on your health.

Why Scrapes on Your Cooking Pan Can Be Dangerous for Your Health

Dr. Ian Smith reveals why cooking with a scraped pan can damage your health, and how you can test to find out.

How to Protect Your Drapes from Dust Mites

Dr. Ian Smith shares some tips to help protect your drapes from becoming infested with dust mites.

Playtime Isn't Just For Kids

According to research, play can boost creativity, relieve stress, improve brain function and improve relationships, so play shouldn't be just for kids. We discuss the importance of playtime for adults.

Yes, There's A Preschool For Adults And It Sounds Amazing

Michelle Joni discusses the concept behind Preschool Mastermind, a preschool program for adults.

5 Questions to Ask Before Surgery

Learn five crucial questions you need to ask before going under the knife.

Cancer Patient Booted Off Airplane

The Doctors weigh in on air travel restrictions for people with illnesses in light of a woman with multiple myeloma being escorted off an Alaska Airlines flight for not having a doctor's note permitting her to fly.

Women Lets Bed Bugs Bite Her for Science

Meet a woman who let bed bugs feed off her blood for five years as part of a study to determine what smells attract and repel the parasites.

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.

David Bach Discusses Redefining Success With Arianna Huffington

David Bach Discusses The Success of 'Thrive' With Arianna Huffington

Funny Bone: Penn Jillette Visits an ENT Specialist

The Doctors follow magician and comedian Penn Jillette as he visits an ear, nose and throat specialist to undergo an exam. Are his symptoms a sign of a serious condition?

Factors That Steal Your Memory

If the brain can hold five times as much information as the Encyclopedia Britannica, why do we forget so much? The triggers may surprise you.

Metropolis In Florida Ranked As City With Highest Well-Being In U.S.

It seems all those senior citizens moving to Florida have been onto something. A metropolis in the "Sunshine State" has just been ranked as the city with the highest well-being in the united states.

Burn Survivor's Strength Moves Others

See how a burn survivor previously featured on The Doctors is reaching out to a woman who was burned by her ex-boyfriend.

Is Your Nurse Registered?

The Doctors discuss news reports that a Florida woman was arrested on charges of fraud after police said she worked as a nurse in an arthritis clinic without a license. Learn how to find out if your nurse has the proper credentials.

Burn Survivor Learns to Accept Her Appearance

woman who was set on fire by an embittered ex-boyfriend shares her emotional journey to recovery.

#WhatsWorking: Leaders & The Bottom Line

Fred Kiel's new book "Return on Character" explores the value of character-driven leadership and how CEOs with strong values create a more successful workplace environment. Kiel joins us to discuss how we can shift the corporate mindset and thrive.

What Makes Warren Buffett A Great Boss

Fred Kiel discusses the qualities possessed by Warren Buffet that make him a successful boss.

Everyday Emergencies And Fearcasting

Psychologists at Goldsmiths, University of London, have investigated the impact of everyday emergencies (such as losing your keys or running out of toilet paper) and why they are so stressful. Credit: Direct Line

7 Ways To Keep Your Brain Fit

We go to the gym to workout our bodies, but what about our brain? Here are seven proven ways to boost your brainpower for life.

Rise In Skin Cancer Linked To Cheaper Vacations

That affordable vacation getaway might've been easy on the wallet, but researchers in the UK say cheap vacations can be harmful to your health.

World Health Day Focuses In On Food Safety

How long can you leave food at room temperature? What's the proper way to thaw frozen meats? April 7th is World Health Day and this year, the focus is on Food Safety.

Author Dan Buettner LIVE

Author Dan Buettner's new book "The Blue Zones Solution" explores the keys to longevity from his studies of cultures around the world and offers a guide to ultimate wellness. He joins us to discuss what we can do to become the next centenarians.

Can Certain Foods Improve Eyesight?

Is it true that certain foods, like carrots, can keep the eye doctor away? WSJ contributor Heidi Mitchell and Dr. Emily Chew discuss.

These Things Can Help You Live A Longer, Happier Life

Dan Buettner offers some suggestions that can lead to a happier and healthier lifestyle.

Why These Cities Might Have The Secret To Longevity

Dan Buettner outlines five cities that just might possess the key to a longer life.

Family Possibly Poisoned While On Caribbean Vacation

The Department of Justice is investigating a hotel after a Delaware family became seriously ill while vacationing at a luxury resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Suit Claims Johns Hopkins Deliberately Infected Hundreds With STDs

Hundreds of people are filing a billion dollar lawsuit against Johns Hopkins University.

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.

Challenging California's Restrictions on Organ Transplants

Should people using medicinal marijuana to treat a disease be banned from receiving potentially life-saving organ transplants? The Doctors discuss the controversial restriction and efforts to change it.

7 Bedly Sins That Prevent You from Sleeping with Your Partner Part 2

Lissa Coffey, of the Better Sleep Council, helps us get to sleep faster. Learn how here!

7 Bedly Sins That Prevent You from Sleeping with Your Partner Part 1

Is it impossible to sleep next to your beloved? Lissa Coffey, of the Better Sleep Council, helps us make the most of sleeping perils! Let the anti-snore wars begin!

Home Birth Gone Wrong

Hear how an unexpected delivery complication nearly turned deadly for one mom and her baby.

Woman Throws Snot on Officers to Avoid Arrest

The Doctors discuss the story of a woman who used her own bodily fluids as a weapon. Plus, Dr. Travis shares a shameful secret from his past.

Scientists Can Predict Obesity Rates By Sewage

Researchers have found that you can tell how fat a city is by examining its human waste.

Youth Baseball Injuries

These three things may increase the risk of shoulder injuries in boys and girls on the baseball diamond.

Bacteria, Yeast and Chemicals on Human Skin

Find out how diet and personal hygiene affect what's on your skin.

Cupping Your Way To a Healthier Body

Katy Perry is one of the many celebrities who have taken to cupping therapy, an ancient form of alternative medicine that practitioners believe mobilizes blood flow in order to promote healing.

Concussions: The Female Factor

Male sports may seem more dangerous, but did you know 68 percent of female athletes are more likely to have concussions than males?

Blood Transfusions Stopping Sickle Cell Silent Strokes

Blood transfusions are proving crucial to young sickle cell patients by helping prevent strokes, even when there is no outward sign of brain injury.

Antibiotics in the Air Near Big Cattle Farms

A new study finds bacteria and antibiotic-resistant genes in airborne samples near cattle farms.

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.

One Trick You Can Do To Make Your Workplace Less Rude

Nancy discusses one step you can take to make your workplace a friendlier environment.

Why You Should Write 'Thank You' Notes

We discuss the importance of thank you notes and reveal an easy trick to make them feel like less of a chore.

Finding Gratitude In A Rude World

A growing body of research shows that people feel society has grown increasingly disconnected and ill-mannered. How can we use gratitude to combat this incivility? What are the daily benefits that come from heartfelt courtesy?

The Dangers of Sleep Deprivation

Learn how a long-term lack of sufficient rest can affect your mental and physical well-being.

What Is Osteopathic Medicine?

Get an in-depth look into the field of osteopathic medicine from Gina Moses, M.Ed. She addresses the nuances of osteopathic medical education and how that differs from allopathic medicine. Moses also highlights the growing need for medical practitioners in the United States and how physicians trained in osteopathic medicine are helping to ease the shortage of health care professionals.

Cupping Your Way To a Healthier Body

Katy Perry is one of the many celebrities who have taken to cupping therapy, an ancient form of alternative medicine that practitioners believe mobilizes blood flow in order to promote healing.

Magnets for Pain Relief: Fact or Fiction?

Many people swear that magnetic bracelets, wraps, insoles and mattresses can relieve pain, but is it true?

5 Cures for Stinky Feet

Nothing is more embarrassing than stinky feet. Luckily, there are a few ways you can avoid or at least minimize smelly feet.

Magnets for Pain Relief: Fact or Fiction?

Many people swear that magnetic bracelets, wraps, insoles and mattresses can relieve pain, but is it true?

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.

Man Bravely Shows Excess Skin After Naturally Losing 400 Pounds

Brian Flemming lost almost 400 pounds in less than two years all naturally with just diet and exercise. He's now bravely telling his weight loss story and showing the world his new body and the side effects of losing just a drastic amount of weight, his excess skin. He hasn't taken his shirt off in public or swam in 10 years. Brian's friend created a GoFundMe page to raise money for his surgery and in 11 months he is still $8,000 away from having enough.

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."

Coping with Flight Anxiety

Are you nervous about flying in an airplane? The Doctors offer tips to alleviate in-flight anxiety.

The Science of Goosebumps

Turns out, it's a trait we share with porcupines, cats, and bears. Here's how it happens.

How a Man with Cerebral Palsy Climbed Mount Kilimanjaro

Bonner Paddock made history when he made it to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world but it was an extra ordinary feat because Bonner was born with cerebral palsy. It causes low muscle tone and problems with movement and balance, he had specially made braces made for his feet in order to make the trek. Bonner spoke to INSIDE EDITION about his struggle to reach the top and his other achievements of competing an Iron man triathlon.

The Harmful Effects from a Medication Mix-Up

See how one 12-year-old girl is doing after an alleged prescription error led her to experience severe hallucinations.

A Woman Transforms Into Pamela Anderson

See the incredible steps one woman has taken to attain 'Baywatch' beauty Pamela Anderson's signature look.

Why Do Ears Pop on Airplanes?

Dr. Preeti Chopra of Doctor On Demand explains why you might experience this common discomfort when traveling and what you can do to relieve the pressure.

Medication Mix-Up Triggers Hallucinations

Hear how an alleged pharmacy error caused a potentially life-threatening reaction in a 12-year-old girl.

Health News in 2:00

Get the latest health news you can use with 'The Doctors' in 2:00.

Kitchen and Laundry Appliances Installed in Million Dollar Healthy Home

See how The Doctors' and Lennar's Million Dollar Healthy Home is being outfitted with the latest in high-tech appliances.

Unhealthy Beauty Hacks to Avoid

The Doctors reveal unhealthy beauty hacks you shouldn't try at home!

Reducing Your Risk of Colon Cancer

'Beverly Hills: 90210' star Luke Perry joins The Doctors to discuss the importance of early detection in fighting colorectal cancer.

Help for a Boy Who Can't Smile

A couple whose son was born with a rare neurological condition that causes facial paralysis reaches out to The Doctors for help.

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!

3 Herbs You Need To Know About

Find out if those new herb, oil, or supplements being worshiped for their health benefits live up to the hype.

From Bench to Bedside: Hemophilia

Researchers are now testing gene therapies on hemophilia A and B. The therapies are designed to help blood clot better.

From Bench to Bedside: HIV

Doctors at the University of Pennsylvania have successfully used personalized gene therapy to target and edit one protein in patient's white blood cells, allowing them to control HIV without drugs.

New Virus Strikes Kids

A virus that was first seen in the 1960's is making a potentially deadly return in children.

Is Health Care a Business or a Common Good?

Shannon Brownlee, Senior Vice President, Lown Institute, talks about the fundamental question of seeing health care as a business or a necessary common good.

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.

Understanding How Drugs Affect Men and Women Differently

Dr. Paula Johnson, Executive Director, Connors Center for Women's Health and Gender Biology talks about the different effects of drugs on women and men.

Back Pain Got You In Its Grip?

Dr. Anthony Virella gives us pointers that can help us get over the hump. Learn more here!

How Can Acupuncture Relax You?

Acupuncturist Dr. Daniel Hsu shares ways we can relax our mind and body. Learn more here!

They Tried to Make Me Go to Pre-Hab

Acupuncturist Dr. Daniel Hsu talks about how we can train to get well before surgery by strengthening bones, making muscles stronger and more. Learn here more!

The Next Health Crisis: Hospital Acquired Infections

Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director, National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases is interviewed by Dr. James Hamblin from The Atlantic, about the dangers that lurk in Hospitals.

Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel: Why I Hope to Die at 75

Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, Chair of the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy, University of Pennsylvania, talks about the reasoning behind dying sooner than your life expectancy determines.

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Loneliness and Longevity

A new study shows that loneliness may be as much a threat to longevity as obesity.

The Power of Music to Generate Specific Emotions

Robert Levenson, professor of psychology, University of California, Berkeley, discusses the basic affective science perspective of emotion and music.

Vocal Emotion Binds People Into Communities of Feeling

James Davies, Assistant Professor of Music, University of California, Berkeley, explains what operatic emotion is.

Dealing with PMS

Five facts and ways to deal with PMS that you may not know about.

How Can Acupuncture Relax You?

Acupuncturist Dr. Daniel Hsu shares ways we can relax our mind and body. Learn more here!

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.

The Surprising Health Benefits Of Cats

Obsessed with cats? Sick of people calling you a crazy cat person? Now, you can shut the haters down with cold hard scientific facts because your love of kitties is awesome for your health.

Does Stress Make You Forgetful?

Do you lose more things when you're stressed? Yale professor Rajita Sinha discusses the link between memory and stress with Tanya Rivero.

The Germiest Places Around You

The bathroom and the trashcan aren't the only places dangerous bacteria like to hang out.

Doctor Stork's Solution for Garlic Stench

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares a quick tip to rid your skin of garlic stench in a cinch!

Doctor Stork's Prescription: Kiss to Boost Immunity

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares how smooching your sweetie can help lower your stress levels and boost your immune system!

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10 Best Places in the World to Retire

Retiring abroad can offer a more affordable health care and better quality of life, these are the top locations.

Doctor Burnout: The New Norm

Dr Koplow's discussion with Steven Sussman, Ph.D, Child and Adolescent Psychologist, about doctor burnout due to overwork and understaffed care facilities.

Is Creatine Safe?

This scientifically proven muscle-builder is one of the most popular supplements on the market and one of the most misunderstood.

Google's Workplace Inspired This Intel Employee To Make Her Office More Zen

Lindsay Van Driel joins HuffPost Live to explain how Google's workplace inspired her to make her office more zen.

The Scientific Proof That Meditation Combats Stress

David Gelles joins HuffPost Live to discuss the scientific proof that meditation combats stress.

How Aetna Is Getting It Right When It Comes To Workplace Mindfulness

David Gelles joins HuffPost Live to explain how Aetna is getting right when it comes to workplace mindfulness.

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.

Call for New Health-Law Rules for Pregnant Women

Health advocates are asking officials to allow pregnant women to enroll in the U.S.'s Healthcare.gov plans at any time. WSJ's Louise Radnofsky reports. Photo: Getty

Celebrity Secrets: Cupping Therapy

his ancient health remedy can actually immediately help relieve stress and pain

Death Caf : Discussing Death with People You Don't Know

Instead of selling snacks, these cafes are giving advice, on death

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!

7 Wacky Sleep Facts

Everyone sleeps, but how important are your sleep patterns to your health?

New Development Tracks Defibrillator Malfunctions

A new method of tracking medical device malfunctions, the unique device identification (UDI) number, may lead to a curb in malfunctions of lifesaving devices such as the personal defibrillator.

What Makes Us Feel Good?

Recent neuroscience research has found that certain people may be more predisposed to anxiety and fear while others have higher levels of anandamide also known as the "bliss molecule."

New Development Tracks Defibrillator Malfunctions

A new method of tracking medical device malfunctions, the unique device identification (UDI) number, may lead to a curb in malfunctions of lifesaving devices such as the personal defibrillator.

Ask Us Anything: Are Aphrodisiacs Real?

Bits of plants and animals are supposed to boost our libido, but what does science say?

Ask Us Anything: Are Aphrodisiacs Real?

Bits of plants and animals are supposed to boost our libido, but what does science say?

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?

Th Most Common Causes of Hiccups

Dr. Preeti Chopra, an allergy and immunology specialist with Doctor on Demand, explains the three most common causes of hiccups.

Potential Benefits of Essential Oils

The Doctors reveal the real deal behind purported health benefits of essential oils.

Potential Benefits of Essential Oils

The Doctors reveal the real deal behind purported health benefits of essential oils.

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.

Must Binge TV?

Find out how binge watching your favorite TV shows could affect your health.

From The Archives: Meditation

HuffPost Live has spoken to practitioners and teachers of meditation to hear their thoughts and stories about meditation's way of changing the quality of one's life. We take a look back at their conversations.

Hidden Health Benefits of Honey

Honey - you can do more with it than put it in your tea. We'll show you how the sweet stuff can help suppress a cough, soothe burns and provide sleep relief.

Miscarriages Are The Most Overlooked Type Of Loss

Russell Friedman joins HuffPost Live to discuss why miscarriages are the most overlooked type of loss.

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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.

Designing Your Dreams to Reconnect with a Lost Loved One

Behavioral therapist Cynthia Richmond shares a surprising way you can attempt to reconnect with a lost loved one in your dreams.

When Is The Right Time To Quit?

"The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart announced he's leaving the show. In a candid explanation, Stewart described why this is the right decision for him and his career. Join us as we discuss how to identify when it's the right time to quit your job.

What Jon Stewart Taught Us About Knowing When To Quit

"The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart announced he's leaving the show. In a candid explanation, Stewart described why this is the right decision for him and his career. Join us as we discuss how to identify when it's the right time to quit your job.

Mother Puts Human Face on Anti-Vaccination Issue

A powerful blog post by a Pickering, Ont. mother shows why vaccination is an important societal issue

DIY Relaxation Kit: Keep Calm & Carry on Anytime, Anywhere

Carry a little piece of mind everywhere you go with this meditation kit.

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.

Measles Vaccination Rates in Schools

The Doctors weigh in on alarmingly low rates of measles vaccinations in certain Los Angeles County schools.

Ineffective Flu Vaccine?

The Doctors discuss the CDC's prediction that the 2014-15 flu season could be the worst since 2008 due to the latest vaccine being less effective at fighting off a mutated strain of the virus.

Measles Outbreaks Linked to Disneyland

In light of a recent surge of measles cases in the U.S. linked to an outbreak at Disneyland, The Doctors stress the importance of vaccines to help stop the spread of potentially deadly diseases.

10-Minute Health Fixes: Morning, Noon and Night

The Doctors and "Prevention" magazine's editor-at-large Anne Alexander share simple steps you can take to improve your health around the clock!

Doulas for the Dying

When you hear the word 'doula' most people think babies... but now, there are doulas for the last months, weeks and days of our lives. That's because as many as 60-percent of nursing home residents have no regular visitors... leaving many to die all by themselves.

Binge Drinking and Your Immune System

Can one night of binge drinking affect your immune system?

Optimism and Your Health

Optimists have significantly healthier hearts, new study suggests.

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.

Mets Fans Receive 2 Tickets For Donating Blood

Mets Fans donated blood at Citifield and received 2 complimentary tickets and a chance to meet Mr. Met at the Blood Drive.

Cops Cheer NYPD Officer Shot by Crooks

NYPD's Aliro Pellerano leaves Bronx hospital after being shot during armed robbery.

Success Without The Fulfillment

A man can be successful on his resume, but not feel accomplished. Journalist Brad Wheelis experienced this when he was climbing the corporate ladder. He joins us to discuss his book "The Perception Myth" and how you can find fulfillment in yourself.

How This Ambitious Journalist Changed His View Of Success

Brad Wheelis joins HuffPost Live to explain how he was able to change his view of success.

Helping 4-Year-Old Chloe: Results of Castor Bean Oil Trial for Seizures

See how a 4-year-old is doing after she participated in a clinical trial using a special castor bean oil to help treat seizures caused by a deficiency of glucose, which helps fuel the brain.

How The Female Orgasm Works

It's no longer so mysterious.

Anti-Vaxxers And Their Critics Might Not Be As Different As We Thought

While anti-vaccination supporters are often criticized for their beliefs, a new study shows that the skeptics and their critics might not be as different as previously thought. How will these new similarities help us better understand anti-vaxxers?

The Future Of Medicine Is Here

The future of medicine is upon us, and this high-tech healthcare environment is poised to democratize medicine, according to Dr. Eric Topol, author of "The Patient Will See You Now." He joins HuffPost Live to discuss.

How You Can Drop A Dress Size In A Year By Doing This One Simple Thing

Jill Herzig joins HuffPost Live to explain how you can drop a dress size in a year by doing one simple thing.

How These Quick Yoga Moves During The Work Day Can Improve Your Health

It's well-known that sitting all day increases the risk of heart attacks, depression and cancer. But there are ways to battle this unhealthy activity. We discuss how a new app will help you improve your health with a little bit of yoga.

How This Gym Helps You Get In Touch With Your Feelings

Rosemarie "Bud" Seaman and Sandy Canfield join HuffPost Live to explain how Ultimate Fitness helps people get in touch with their feelings.

Are Your Boobs Normal?

Don't worry so much! They're probably just fine.

5 Easy 'Digital Detox' Resolutions

If you're looking to cut your Internet time in 2015, here's how to do it.

Genetically Engineered Babies Lead to Evil Eugenics

Genetically Engineered Babies Lead to Evil EugenicsIntelligence Squared U.S. Debates - Kaufman CenterImagine 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? Would it lead to eugenics and a

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.

What Are Your Nails Trying to Tell You?

What are your nails trying to tell you Maria LaRosa has the answers.

How To Live A More Simple Life

William Powers' new book "New Slow City" details his experience of burnout and his experiment to live a minimalist lifestyle in New York City. He joins us to discuss his journey and what he learned from a more simplistic lifestyle.

Why These Busy Newlyweds Took A Uni-Moon Instead

William Powers' new book "New Slow City" details his experience of burnout and his experiment to live a minimalist lifestyle in New York City. He joins us to discuss why he and his wife took a "uni-moon" as opposed to a traditional honeymoon.

10 Unsolved Mysteries of the Human Body

Ever wondered why you're left handed? Or confused by why we yawn? Take a look at the human body's biggest mysteries with All Time 10s.

What Planet Fitness Has In Common With Fox News

Emily Abbate and Lou Schuler join HuffPost Live to explain what Planet Fitness has in common with Fox News.

Health Disparities and Awareness in America

Hear the unpleasant truth that age, gender and race may play a role in how patients are treated.

5 Brain Drains to Avoid

Every day the average person has 70,000 thoughts! If you want your brain to function at its bests, you have to make sure you're treating it right.

Are Night Owls Ruining Their Health?

Want proof that we live in an early bird world? Look up synonyms for night owl and you'll see words like "corrupt" and "depraved". We're not kidding. Plus, studies show people who hit the hay early and rise with the sun are happier and healthier. So, what are you to do if you like to burn the midnight oil?

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

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Is It a Cold or the Flu?

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares the telltale differences between the common cold and flu, featured in The Doctors' HealthSmart column in USA Weekend magazine.

Secret to Perfect Productivity?

The Doctors share a simple trick for accomplishing more tasks during the workday.

Health Goth

It's official: #healthgoth has gone mainstream, thanks to a profile in the New York Times. But, is the idea of being a gym-going, juicing, health nut antithetical to the goth lifestyle? HuffPost Live talks to self-identified health goths.

Goths In The Gym: How To Be A Health Goth

It's official: #healthgoth has gone mainstream, thanks to a profile in the New York Times. But, is the idea of being a gym-going, juicing, health nut antithetical to the goth lifestyle? HuffPost Live talks to self-identified health goths.

Doctor's Advice: Get Intense to See Result

Learn the benefits of high-intensity interval training with tips from The Doctors and Dr. Phil McGraw's "The 20/20 Diet" book.

Dr. Jennifer Berman's Smileback Experiment

Web Exclusive: Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman's conducts a social experiment, called #smileback.

Smile Social Experiment

Watch as a team of happy smilers hit the streets of Hollywood to see whether their smiles would generate a smile back from passersby, and learn how you can help with "The Doctors" #smileback experiment.

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.

Jennifer Aniston in 'Cake': Painkiller Addiction in America

The Doctors weigh in on the alarming rise of prescription painkiller abuse in the U.S. an issue highlighted in actress Jennifer Aniston's new film, "Cake."

Reese Witherspoon in 'Wild': Coping with Loss

The Doctors discuss healthy and unhealthy ways to cope with loss a theme explored in actress Reese Witherspoon's acclaimed new film, "Wild."

3 Tips to Help Swallow Pills

One in three people have trouble swallowing pills. The Doctors offer three tips for making the medicine go down easier.

Holiday Health Tips

The Doctors offer quick tips to help you stay healthy during the holidays.

Are You Sitting to Death?

Studies show that sitting for long periods of time can be hazardous to your health. Learn about an innovative contraption that could help you keep moving, even if you have a desk job.

Are You Addicted to Mobile Devices?

Hear how far some people will go to have the latest in technology, and learn the potentially serious side effects of too much tech.

Teacher Breast-Feeds in Class

The Doctors weigh in on the story of a high school teacher who breast-fed her infant during class.

Town Tries to Ban Tobacco Sales

Local officials in Westminster, Massachusetts, stirred up controversy when they drafted legislation to ban the sale of tobacco products within the town. Did the government overstep its bounds?

Maggots Removed from Man's Ear

One man got the shock of a lifetime when doctors found a nest of maggots burrowing through his ear canal! Plus, ear, nose and throat specialist Dr. Andrew Ordon shares how maggots can be used for medicinal purposes.

Aromatherapy Gifts For Under $5!

2 easy steps to make holiday gifts for under $5 dollars. Make a nice bath oil gift. Learn how to make your own bath oil using essential oils.

Holiday Party Survival Guide: Top 5 Hangover Cures for the Morning After

Last night’s holiday party turn into a rager? We rounded up the five best hangover cures to save your liver (but maybe not your dignity)

5 Natural Energy Boosters For This Holidays

Need an instant pick-me up? Here are 5 quick and easy ways to boost your energy level.

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.

Holiday Getaway In Northern California- Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn

Inttroduction to visiting The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn, in Northern California.

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.

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.

Your LifeMinute Guide to Holiday Survival

You know those cheerful greeting cards that are about to start piling up in your mailbox...the ones wishing you and your family a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season! Easier said than done, right? So we called in Dr. Taz, Integrative Health Expert and author of the book The 21-Day Belly Fix, to arm us with a seasonal survival guide to combatting those holiday health hazards.

The Health Benefits of Red Wine Baths

Rejuvenate your body … by bathing in wine? The Doctors weigh in on the reported health benefits of vinotherapy.

The Health Benefits of Pets

Drs. Rx: Adopt a pet to help prolong your life. The Doctors share the health benefits of owning a pet. Share a photo of you and your pet on Twitter with #TheDoctors.

Healing Energy: How Chakra Therapy Can Restore Balance

Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman visits intuitive psychic Char Margolis to learn how chakra therapy can help restore balance and rid the body of bad energy.

Prolonging Life Vs. Leading a Fulfilling Life in Your Golden Years

Hear from a couple in their 80s who say they prove you can lead a fulfilling life after age 75.

At What Age Would You Want to Die?

Hear why a leading health expert says by age 75 he would opt out of medical treatments to prolong his life and would let nature take its course.

3 Natural Headache Cures

These medicine-free methods work in minutes.

Acupuncture: A Cure for Cramps & PMS?

For years, I suffered from cramps and PMS before and during my cycle. After years of unsuccessfully attempting to suppress these symptoms with over the counter drugs like Aleve and Advil, I opted to try traditional Chinese medicine at the recommendation of a friend. On this episode of Conscious Living®, I visited healer Afsheen Nehoray, L.Ac., a Los Angeles based acupuncturist to see if this form of alternative healing could help.

Eating Chocolate May Help Improve Memory

Scientists found that substance in cocoa can help boost your memory - but that doesn't mean you should binge on chocolate. Jennifer Rizzi reports.

A Cup of Joe or a Healthy Smoothie: Which One Will Cure the Shakes?

What’s better for you after a night of hard drinking: a smoothie or a cup of coffee? Our hangover subjects test out both remedies to see which one does the trick

Healthy Tailgate Tips for Men

Relax, no one wants to ruin your superfun tailgate party with boring health advice. And hey, if you watch on, we'll even tell you where to get some help for that flailing Fantasy Football team of yours...

How Many Could Be At Risk From U.S. Ebola Patient?

ABC News Chief Health and Medical Editor Dr. Richard Besser spoke to INSIDE EDITION while in Liberia about the latest details on Ebola patient Thomas Duncan and how he came in contact with the deadly disease.

Doctor Says CDC Is Lying About Ebola Risk

INSIDE EDITION spoke with Dr. Gil Mobley who showed up at the Atlanta airport wearing a biological protection suit with a grave warning that the CDC isn't doing enough to protect Americans from Ebola.

Breast Cancer Month with Travalo

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