The possibility of a blood test for cancer; doctor suicides; using pistachios for weight loss; blaming a car's autopilot for a DUI; pinky syndrome; "Vanderpump Rules" exclusive; honoring the wounded warrior; uterus ...
Season 10 opens with "The United States of Addiction", which investigates doctors being bribed to prescribe highly addictive opiates; Judge Scary Mary administers swift justice; an alcoholic mom returns to the show; fecal matter in iced coffee; a young man's facial tumor takes over his life; social media backlash.
The latest headlines; parents deliver a "sac baby" in rush-hour traffic; bulimic "Bachelorette" Britt Nilsson; whether "glitter bombing" one's nether regions is safe; taking toxins out of a commute; powering up a smoothie.
The national opioid crisis; a finance firm sued for extreme office parties with strippers and nudity; a school district approves paddling as punishment for students; a shocking video of an armpit abscess exploding; a sneak peek at DailyMailTV (2017).
A model has back pain because of her large breasts; a new idea for preventing cheating in a relationship; pet owners refuse to vaccinate because they fear it causes autism; snake attack 911 call; smoking lawsuit; healthy microwave meals in a mug.
Surveillance footage appears to catch an elementary school teacher abusing a student; new sex trend "stealthing" could mean jail time; RuPaul's Drag Race (2009) star talks about a controversial fast; a young alcoholic pleads for his life.
Kmart relabels plus-sized clothing; Kate Hudson is slammed for saying having a C-section is the laziest thing she has ever done; a pregnant mother is denied restaurant service; getting a skinnier nose with a dinner fork.
The family of Army nurse Katie Blanchard, who was set on fire by a co-worker, speaks out; a dash-cam video has a lawyer calling "rape by cop"; a child duct-taped to a chair; a Japanese therapy trend has patients "return to the womb"; breast milk for bug bites.
The doctors confront a "Love and Hip Hop" (2010) star about her troubled past and damaged relationship with her mother; a new diet enemy; press-on nails that may last up to 18 days; a beauty blogger cups her face; making sunglasses look new again.
Children learning about gender identity in kindergarten; whether allowing a child to play youth football is abuse; a woman's weight-loss surgery nightmare; how marijuana affects the heart; constipation.
Actress Joanna Kerns (Growing Pains (1985)) discusses breast cancer; parents sue after a Boy Scout's tragic hiking death; a surprising weight-loss tip; artificial disc replacement surgery; Jon Taffer (Bar Rescue (2011)) tells dirty bar and restaurant secrets.
Testing lipstick that won't budge; a beauty blogger's secret disorder; putting menopause on pause; whether laser hair removal could cause body odor; three secret words to help reduce stress; reviewing doctors online could put patient privacy at risk; how lists of "top doctors" can be deceiving; a 9-year-old victim of gun violence gets a surprise; a "Shahs of Sunset" star shares how she lost 40 pounds.
A woman claims she was fired due to her menstrual cycle; a woman claims medication caused her to strangle her child; woman's skin rash leads to a shocking diagnosis; saving money at the supermarket; body brokering; food to boost metabolism.
A company is accused of pushing opioids on patients for profit; an actress gets a procedure to reverse her scarred eyes; kid taste tasters test favorite foods made healthy; doctors treating patients with hydrogen peroxide injections.
The importance of shower shoes; spider bite warning signs; woman loses 100 pounds through sleep hypnosis; anti-aging treatment that uses teenage blood; woman catches fire while tweezing her eyebrows; a new cycle workout in a sauna; foods to stockpile in the case of a natural disaster.
Leeza Gibbons discusses ways to care for kids and aging parents; a salt and sizzle facial promises an immediate glow; what parents need to know about teen depression; hand injuries on the rise from avocados.
Preventing babies being born to addicted mothers; some doctors on social media may be fakes; whether children should know about their parents' sex lives; a teen's Instagram filters may be clues to mental health; wart removal; phones may save lives;
The mother of a heroin addict; scabies; scans show injuries from not wearing a seatbelt; a new LED-light therapy bed said to reduce arthritic and muscle pain; whether a tick bite can lead to a meat allergy.
An update on the "sickest person ever on the show"; cold medicine as a murder defense; answers to embarrassing questions; ADHD may be caused by lack of sleep; popular supplements may be linked to cancer;
Young children go on a field trip to a gun range; antibiotics may put people at risk for superbugs; actors Roselyn Sanchez and Eric Winter discuss fertility; a brutal case of domestic violence; a life-threatening infection; budgeting for happening.
A prescription medicine is quickly becoming the new drug of abuse; a suicide game on social media; a new treatment for Alzheimer's; male infertility; fidget spinners for anxiety and ADHD; a cure for cracked heels; a side effect from DIY wrinkle fix.
A body builder dies from a protein overdose; callus removal videos; a crazy calf cramp; the Yum Yuck Crew taste-test avocado ice-cream; embarrassing nipple issues; eating uncooked pasta; hormones in food.
Watching the show helps a woman detect her daughter's cancer; a woman's tattoo causes a shocking false diagnosis; survivors of the Las Vegas mass shooting share their harrowing story of survival; a healthy tea; teens body searched at school; a new law in California makes exposing others to HIV is no longer a felony.
Ground zero of the opioid crisis; the fatality of addiction; addicts tell how opioids have ravaged their lives; a community's drastic efforts to get addicts into recovery; how one may be feeding someone's opioid addiction; flushing unused pills;
A father, who made worldwide headlines, speaks out for the first time about his custody battle and ex-wife, who was jailed for refusing to follow a court order to vaccinate their son; a double intervention for a 20-year-old drug-addict daughter and her boyfriend.
A survey that claims one in four men would have sex with a robot; a woman who discovered her boyfriend was leading a double life; a reality star opens up about her near-decade struggle with eating disorders; a social media star's illegal butt injections; whether picky eating can lead to blindness; and how to be more likable.
A singer whose life was changed by a spider bite; Vienna Girardi (The Bachelor (2002)) discusses losing her twin daughters; a young woman survives a gunshot to the head; an interview with chef Paula Deen, who discusses her health and kitchen secrets; whether rubbing alcohol helps with hot flashes.
A legal high that's available to children; period rage; singer Patti LaBelle on her health scare; how medical tourism left a man blind; an 11-year-old with Tourette syndrome; a five-minute trick to curl one's hair.
A mother and child discuss the secret institutions behind wilderness camp nightmares; the medical mystery behind an identical twin's rotting teeth; a cosmetic treatment to smooth skin in minutes; coffee and weight gain; the season's hottest makeup trends; a secret ingredient to make food healthier.
Tina Knowles-Lawson gives back to Houston, which launched the career of her daughter, Beyoncé; doctors remove 30 pounds of what? chef Jimmy reveals how to make red velvet cupcakes with veggies; and Meryl Streep's best-kept beauty secret.
A lawsuit claiming the most widely-used herbicide in the world, glyphosate, led to non-Hodgkin-lymphoma, is discussed with the attorney in the case and the widow of a farmer who claims agricultural chemicals cut his life short; practical solutions starting in the grocery store.
The toxic ingredients often found in counterfeit makeup; how marijuana can impact one's sex life; a procedure that claims to achieve the perfect lips in 10 minutes; a student sex-ed scandal that has parents crying foul; a DIY-filler to bring back volume to one's face without injections; an ambush makeover; brow shape; what to avoid wearing after sex.
The latest headlines; a destination island that promotes sex; a woman who has overcome disabilities to live an amazing life; disturbing medical photos; musician Pink on whether couples can survive a sexless marriage; great bargains; menopause beer.
An inmate may be too heavy for prison; sexual harassment; Nikki Sixx speaks out on the opioid crisis; a community comes together, after two boys lose both parents; a breast-cancer survivor gets a shocking surprise; celebrity health; collapsed lung.
Judge "Scary Mary"; drug dealer reports stolen cocaine; dangerous positions in bed; becoming a wealthy single mom; the fall in U.S. life expectancy rates; former "Bling Ring" reality star's addiction; dirty restaurants; high-fat diet; candies;
The latest health headlines; a shocking trend; actor Gerard Butler's health issue; protecting oneself and one's children from "sextortion"; Food Network star Damaris Phillips shares her new vegetarian recipes; a hotel that allows horses.
A man loses his legs to heroin; brain treatment for pain and addiction; drug-addicted healthcare workers put their patients at risk; protecting oneself from becoming a victim of a drug-addicted provider's medical mistake; finding hope.
TV star Ant reveals his dramatic physical transformation; a spray mist to calm children; a viral pregnancy sex warning; the sleep crisis plaguing children; treatment for high-heel pain; wardrobe hacks.
"Teen Mom 2" star Kailyn Lowry gets a brand-new smile with rapid veneers; a mom loses her finger because of her wedding ring; the couple behind the new ALS documentary, "Augie"; a new device intended to shut off menstrual pain; dog's skin removal.
A family force-feeds a daughter with anorexia; drug rehab on a farm; a new body-tightening procedure is put to the test; recipes for healthy indulgences with Lorna Jane; disturbing skin conditions; the latest filler craze; tackling toothaches.
Sex-doll brothels; cosmetic surgery trends for men; Dr. Nita heads to skid row to help women-in- need with feminine health and hygiene; actress Candace Cameron Bure (Fuller House (2016)) reveals her health secrets; germs soda-can lids might harbor; rubbing alcohol may help with hot flashes; kids play with a snake.