Steve Harvey: Postpartum Depression Signs & Brushing Teeth Too Much?

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Steve Harvey: Love Connection

One of Steve’s former guests, Melani, is returning to update the show on her love life. She came to Steve because she was having trouble getting dates. She brings her beau Rick to Steve to share their dating experience so far. They share the fun they had on the show, salsa dancing and ice skating on their dates. Most of Steve’s Facebook fans believe that Melani and Rick have a future together!

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Steve Harvey: Household Dangers

Steve is sharing healthy habits that might actually make you sick. Are there dangers in washing your sheets too much? Should you brush your teeth right after you eat? Steve is investigating.

Steve Harvey: Postpartum Depression Signs & Brushing Teeth Too Much?

On March 14 2013, Steve Harvey finds out if you can brush your teeth too much. What should you do instead?

Brushing after eating particularly acidic meals will wear away more enamel. You should brush twice a day, and then rinse with water after meals if you need to. Regularly washing your sheets is a good thing, but dust mites can live in pillows and cause allergies and asthma to flare. Wash and dry them on the highest heat settings to get rid of dust mites. Diet foods are not always the best choice and it’s much better to just watch what you eat and drink.

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Steve Harvey: Postpartum Depression

A mother who is struggling with postpartum depression is sharing her story. Steve has a surprise in store that could lift her spirit. Something Dr. Suzanne notices in this couple and in her private practice is that the shorter the maternity leave, the higher the risk of postpartum.

Dr. Suzanne shares her signs for postpartum. She tells her patients’ partners to be on the lookout for changes in mood and behavior during pregnancy. She says it’s normal to have mood swings, but it’s when they continue over a long period of time that it becomes a problem. If you are experiencing problems functioning or frequent panic attacks that interrupt your life, then you should seek help. Dr. Suzanne says that baby blues don’t last longer than a month, and any depression longer than that needs professional assistance.

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