Dr. Murdoc discusses what it's like as a doctor in the ER.
A young man comes in with his new girlfriend after having a mysterious allergic reaction that could prove to be deadly.
Betty Essig won a walk on role to Discovery Fit & Health's Untold Stories of the ER. Here is how she fared...
Dr. Murdoc talks about the risks some people take when they agree to dangerous and potentially fake silicone injections.
Dr. Kathleen Clem discusses what it's like for ER doctors when they encounter patients with mental illness in the hospital.
A paranoid patient gets creative with the hospital pudding to try and find a way out of the ER.
Robin designs a beautiful basement for a couple looking for a family-friendly space -- complete with a reading nook!
Robin shows some newlyweds how to turn a hideously blue bathroom into their own personal spa.
Robin teaches a family of four how to create storage and give the illusion of more space to their children's bedrooms.
Robin shows an engaged couple an easy way to fix their small, galley-style kitchen and make an open, dinner party-worthy space.
A disoriented patient is brought in by the local sheriff and gets aggressive when the ER staff tries to help him.
A man is losing blood quickly after a wound on his neck bursts open.
There's a reason for the Chunk's success.
American Chucker gives the crowd a scare when their pumpkin misfires.
This dance move is sweeping through cornfields across the nation. We'd like to introduce you to the Fat Jimmy dance.
Check out this awesome music video by Internet sensation and NG Funniest Pet Video Contest Grand Prize Judge Parry Gripp.
Film your pet doing something laugh-out-loud funny. Then submit the clip to the NG Kids Funniest Pet Video Contest. Judges will pick four first-place winners (one for each category). The grand-prize video will be turned into a music video by YouTube star Parry Gripp!
While in China, First Lady Michelle Obama answers questions from National Geographic Kids.
Watch a video of NG Kids My Shot photos selected by our NG Kids photo editors and featured in the digital version of the April 2014 National Geographic Kids magazine.
Sledding Injuries Are on the Rise
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