01:57 — Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson return for a special episode set in Victorian London.
03:40 — ACL Presents: Americana Music Festival 2013
00:30 — ACL Presents: Americana Music Festival 2013
05:12 — “The President hired me to do a job, and it’s my job to help him understand the science,” Surgeon General Jerome Adams tells NBC News Medical Correspo (more…)
03:52 — In his first televised interview since taking office, Surgeon General Jerome Adams tells NBC News Medical Correspondent Dr. John Torres that he wants (more…)
03:14 — At least 10,000 cased of the flu have already been reported this season – twice as many as this time last year. NBC News medical correspondent Dr. Joh (more…)
01:42 — The number of flu cases has doubled since this time last year, but it’s not too late to get a flu shot ahead of peak season, Dr. John Torres reports.
05:32 — Steve will be joined by his friend and clinical psychologist, Dr. John Duffy, for another installment of “Is It Weird?”
03:47 — Dr. John Noseworthy talks about the Mayo Clinic's relationship with Walmart and why they will offer patient care to the company's employees.
03:17 — What kind of medical information will we see from Donald Trump? NBC contributor Dr. John Torres joins NBC's Andrea Mitchell to explain.
06:23 — The Clinton and Trump campaigns release additional details about their candidates' health, but NBC News medical contributor Dr. John Torres says both (more…)
05:49 — The Mayo Clinic's Dr. John Noseworthy and author Quint Studer join Morning Joe to discuss physician burnout and what factors indicate burnout.
02:25 — Four new Zika cases have been reported in Miami. How severe is the threat? Dr. John Torres joins MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle to discuss.
03:39 — NBC News medical contributor Dr. John Torres joins Kathie Lee and Hoda with vital information that you need to know in case your child, or a child in (more…)
01:07 — Dr. John Ratey says that the simple act of walking can be as effective as antidepressants in treating some forms of depression.
02:55 — Thanks to a new eye implant called the Raindrop, a five-minute procedure could make reading glasses a thing of the past. NBC News medical contributor (more…)
04:03 — Steve will be joined by his friend and clinical psychologist, Dr. John Duffy, for another installment of “Is It Weird?”