Colds and Infections - Videos

The Flu Season Is Already Deadly. Here Are 5 Ways to Keep Safe

It's not even December and more than 90 people across the United States have died from influenza this season.

Can a Thrombosis, Leishmaniasis or Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease Happen to You?

The Doctors weigh in on patients who have developed a host of diseases and conditions including a thrombosis in the hand, and infection from a sand fly and extreme blisters on the feet. Could these ailments happen to you?

Shingles: What Are the Causes and Best Treatments?

The Doctors weigh in on a viewer question about shingles and they explain what causes the condition and explain how to treat it. Plus, find out who is most at risk.

Can Tremors Be Treated with Vitamin Injections?

The Doctors discuss a new study which found promising results in the treatment of tremors with mega-doses of vitamin B1.

Millennials Are Losing Their Hearing at Alarming Rate

The Doctors discuss a study which has found hearing loss is dramatically rising for young people. Find out what is harming their hearing.

Hep C Outbreak Caused by Hospital Worker?

The Doctors share one woman's story of finding out she contracted Hepatitis C from a surgical tech.

Bride-to-Be with Extreme Scoliosis Gets an Amazing Surprise

Orthopedic spine surgeon Dr. Hooman Melamed informs Elizabeth and her family of her options to fix her extreme spine curvature and offers to fix it free of charge.

Extreme Scoliosis Could Keep Bride from Walking Down the Aisle

22-year-old Elizabeth is in so much pain she can’t work, exercise, or even stand on her feet for more than two minutes.

Can This App Help Your Loved One with Alzheimer’s?

14-year-old Emma Young developed an app called “Timeless” to help her grandmother who has Alzheimer’s. How does it work?

Family’s Struggle with Daughter’s Rare Disease

A Doctors staff member’s daughter was recently diagnosed with a rare condition that left the family unsure or where to turn for answers. Gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sacher offers some advice for Emily’s PSC diagnosis.

Family Is Spreading Awareness for PSC

Emily was recently diagnosed with PSC, a disease that affects your bile ducts, and can eventually lead to liver failure. Symptoms include fatigue, itching, and missed periods.

Can You Sweat out a Cold?

The Doctors answer a viewer’s question about getting rid of a cold by sweating it out of your body.

Officer Byrd from 'Judge Judy' Reveals a Health Concern

You know Officer Petri Byrd from “Judge Judy,” and he’s come to The Doctors to ask about a spike in his A1C levels. Should you have yours checked?

The Flu Symptom You Might Not Be Looking for

The Doctors discuss one mom’s viral post warning people of her son’s flu symptom that you might overlook.

Flu Season Hits a Deadly Milestone

Dr. Ian Tong of Doctor on Demand joins The Doctors to share why baby boomers were hit hard with the flu this season.

Is ‘Man Flu’ Real?!

New research published in the British Medical Journal says men and women have different responses to colds and viruses. Could men really suffer more than women fighting off the same germs?

What to Expect When the Flu Strikes

The Doctors chat with producer Justin who came down with the flu. Here’s how to keep yourself safe from this season’s virus.

Man’s New Life Post 8-Pound Tumor Removal

See Lucas post-surgery, who is now living a pain-free life after his rare lymphangioma 8-pound tumor was removed from his face.

Man Lost Fingers and Toes to the Flu

The Doctors have an incredible surprise for Joei, the man that suffered from the flu virus and lost his fingers and awaits the amputation of his toes after developing sepsis as a result of the flu.

I Lost My Fingers from the Flu

The Doctors meet Joei who got the flu shot, but still came down with the virus and developed sepsis causing doctors to amputate his fingers and toes.

Woman Vomits Her Own Feces?

The Doctors discuss an alarming x-ray of a woman’s chest. She recently underwent surgery, and is now struggling to breathe and vomiting her own feces.

Could It Happen to Me? Raynaud’s Syndrome

Raynaud’s syndrome cases some areas of your body, usually your fingers and toes, to feel numb and cold in response to cold temperatures or stress. Could it happen to you?

Girl’s Heart Beats Outside of Her Chest?

The Doctors share a viral video of a 7-year-old with a congenital syndrome called Pentalogy of Cantrell, which makes it possible to clearly see her heart beating through her skin.

Drs. Rx: How to Make Your Flu Shot More Effective

The Doctors reveal a simple way to help your flu shot keep you healthy this season.

Gwyneth Paltrow's Sweat It out Flu Approach - Does It Work?

The Doctors weigh in on Gwyneth Paltrow's approach to fighting the flu by sweating it out in the sauna.

Strep Throat Causes Loss of Limbs?

The Doctors welcome Kevin and his wife Julie. Kevin is only 1 of 2 cases in men where strep from a throat infection traveled to the stomach, which in his case, caused extensive damage to his body and resulted in the loss of multiple limbs.

Surprises for Man Who Lost Limbs Due to Strep Throat

In order to make Kevin’s life easier, The Doctors surprise him with an amazing gift from Mobility Ventures and a possibly life-changing gift from Erik Schaffer, CEO of A Step Ahead Prosthetics.

Here’s the Best Way to Cure an Upset Stomach

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

Flu Shot Myths Debunked!

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

Pineapple More Effective Than Cough Syrup?

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