The HPV (Human Papillomavirus) vaccine is one of the most talked about medical advances in years. But does it really protect women between 9-26 from cervical cancer? What are the benefits and risks of this vaccine?
Sleeping pills and other antidotes for sleeping are questioned by the doctors about the problems of using them. Alternative strategies are suggested about how to sleep better, get to sleep sooner, and wake up feeling more refreshed. Getting better sleep is easier than you think!
The heart, how it works, and the signs of a defective one in your child or someone you know. Dr. Gregory Fontana, a leading pediatric heart surgeon talks about some of the most common heart defects in children and some of the treatment options.
Alzheimer's Disease symptoms can also affect children, not just the elderly. The doctors investigate the strange case in a pair of 4 year old twins. Also, how can mothers avoid postpartum depression and eliminate the risks of slipping into a negative downward spiral.
Find out how puberty can affect girls as young as five years old. What are the factors involved and how to adjust to the change and talk to your kids about it. The dreaded nose-job - it's not the only option. Dr. Ordon shows us other ways to adjust your appearance.moreless
Robots improving the way surgery is performed. Find out what is more accurate: robots or actual surgeons - you may be surprised. What makes a good school lunch and some items that are particularly bad.
Dr. Lisa braves the sex talk with 10-year-old girls. Find out what they know already at this age and what you should and should not tell them. Get advice from the doctors on this difficult situation. Also, tips to reduce the risk of breast cancer.
Cosmetic procedures require long-term commitments. Find out what doctors don't tell their patients about these procedures. How to stop snoring for good, a new procedure promises relief for those sleeping next to the snorer!
Mastectomies - the good, the bad, and the health risks. Is this procedure the best way to ward off breast cancer? Melissa Etheridge talks about her experience with the disease. Liquid facelifts? See what it is on the show.
Commitment gene - what this new discovery could mean for your relationship. Sexually transmitted diseases are being maintained for longer incubation times. Find out how sufferers are coping. Dyslexia and how to spot the signs in your child.
Top 5 warning signs that your health is at risk. Overdosing your medications and the increasing health concerns. Find out what happens when you overdose. Lying to your doctor can get you the wrong diagnosis!
Over 50% of teens and pre-teens have tried drugs, and even this may be an underrepresentation. Learn about popular drugs, their street names, and new combinations that are more dangerous than single substances.
Six pains that could be indicative of major problems. Aspirin and the ER, when to use them both out of necessity. Pains can often be signs that your body is in danger, find out how through an interesting patient's story.
It's all about the animals today, since a veterinarian is visiting the set. What every home needs to have in their medicine cabinet. Critical first aid you should know from minor injuries to broken bones.
Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders are becoming some of the most common disorders in children in present times. Why? Are treatments working? What are the signs and symptoms? A plasticized cadaver from the "BodyWorld" exhibits.
DNA secrets: what the code can really tell you about susceptibility to disease. What to know before couples have children. Trace Adkins, whose daughter has a severe food allergy, shares his own experiences and pledges to raise awareness on the issue. Allergies are also some of the fastest growing concerns in children.moreless
It's often called the "champagne" birthday: 21 on the 21st of the month, etc. But what about drinking too much in an hour or night? The dangers of drinking. Amazing kids and they are less than 1 year old. Parents pushing kids: are we pushing too hard?
Winter-"izing" your body. How to beat that amazingly prevalent Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) which affects more people as the latitude location becomes more extreme. New procedures to help relieve those sinus/nasal issues during the winter.
What are you options after being diagnosed with a certain condition or disorder? The doctors explore what you can expect and what you can do after diagnosis to keep your prognosis in top order. Also, can dogs smell cancer?
Hey you! Yeah you biting your nails! You need to stop your bad habit. Smoking, biting nails, cracking knuckles and other bad habits. How to quit and for good! Also, preventing heart attacks and other heart problems.
Chest pain can be caused by many things, but how can you determine when it's something to be concerned about? Also, taking a closer look at temper tantrums. Why it's important to not give in (it reinforces that behavior in the future).
Preventing misdiagnoses can be as easy as jotting down your symptoms in a way that can help your doctor diagnose you. Other ways to avoid the wrong diagnosis.
(April 6th-April 15th inclusive appear to be re-runs).
Jenny McCarthy discusses autism and a heated debate ensues about whether vaccinations should be halted or at least spread out more. But The Doctors are not about to support NOT having any vaccinations, which could put the public and other infants and toddlers at risk. Find out all you ever wanted to know about autism and Jenny's battle with her son on this explosive episode.moreless
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