October 27, 2009
From foul gas to smelly ears, The Doctors answer your most pressing questions about the odors your body produces. And, editor-in-chief of Prevention, Liz Vaccariello, separates fact from fiction about a common medical myth.
October 26, 2009
Separate flu fact from fiction, tackle your biggest flu fears, and get the answers you need to protect yourself and your family. And, go inside the CDC for up-to-the-minute coverage of flu briefings and research.
October 23, 2009
Trying to lose weight? Snacking at the wrong time can increase your weight gain by 50 percent! Find out when to nibble and what to eliminate from your diet entirely.
October 22, 2009
Some tenets of good health are undisputable: vegetables are good for you, smoking is not. But some are not as obvious. The Doctors reveal the best and worst things you can do for your body.
October 21, 2009
Meet a soldier who lost his eye and part of his leg while serving in Iraq, and go inside the operating room for the amazing surgery that changed his life. And, can a new device detect respiratory problems before symptoms arise?