The actress and beauty guru teaches us how to let loose, drop the brushes, and finger paint.
Actress-turned-chef Ali Larter chats with The Doctors about her new cookbook, Kitchen Revelry: A Year of Festive Menus from My Home to Yours and asks a question about an issue that affects most women.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Kyle Richards reveals her body beauty fix! Plus, learn her secret for lush lashes!
The Doctors reveals Hollywood’s best-kept beauty secrets! Celebrity stylist Jeannie Mai shares the reported secrets behind Nicki Minaj’s flawless legs and Mariah Carey’s plump lips!
Most pregnant women experience it at some point or another: A friend or even a stranger asks if he or she can touch the pregnant belly. Although it may be a common occurrence, could it also be considered assault? The Doctors discuss the story of a man charged with harassment after touching a pregnant woman's belly.
Christi, 42, and Dave, 46, recently welcomed their 17th child to the world! Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears asks them about their parenting techniques.
Lifestyle expert and radio host Moll Anderson shares a quick and cost-efficient solution for shinier, healthier hair.
The Doctors show you how to eat away your illness with the Food Pharmacy! Learn which foods combat a cough and stop your sniffles.
When David Lang and his business partner Eric Stackpole invented the Open ROV, their underwater robot, they made it something that anyone could build and take on their own adventure. Now two years in, they’re making great strides towards their goal to democratize underwater exploration, and inspire people everywhere to discover the world around them. Watch as they take the latest iteration of the Open ROV into the mountains of Northern California to an unexplored underwater cave.
Learn how to do a pretty princess roll style for your next holiday party!
Celebrity hair stylist Mark Hill shares some of his secret styling weapons so that you can have sexy, gorgeous hair without breaking the bank.
A controversial new diet out of the United Kingdom is taking the weight loss world by storm. Dubbed the OMG diet, it claims that you can lose 20 pounds in just six weeks, but there’s a catch: Some of the diet's guidelines are raising eyebrows.