The Doctors: Adults Wetting The Bed
A woman turned to The Doctors for help, revealing that she often dreams about needing to go to the bathroom, and then wakes up having wet the bed. It began about a month ago, and now she’s terrified to sleep at her boyfriend’s. Dr Jennifer Berman began by explaining that there’s a difference between wetting the bed because of a dream, and a medical condition that can cause you to wet the bed. It’s actually somewhat common to wet the bed because of a dream, but urinating while sleeping could be a sign of an underlying medical condition like diabetes. It could also be caused by a blockage of a hormone, or even sleep apnea.
If you’re experiencing concerning bed-wetting, talk to your doctor because it can be treated.
The Doctors: Three Different Easy Makeup Looks
Celebrity makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury then wanted to take the time to show viewers how they can give themselves a makeover, appropriate for any occasion. Charlotte used eyelash curlers to open the eyes, before using a nude-colored eyeshadow and dark eyeliner. She applied the eyeliner from the outer corner of the eye to the inner corner, along the lash line. She then used the mascara wand on each individual eyelash. She then applied a light lip liner, before applying lip color and lip lacquer. Blush was applied to the apple of the cheek and blended upward and outward.
For the “dolce vita” look, she applied a darker eyeshadow beginning at the outer eyesocket, before outlining the top of the eyelid, right above the eyeball, and blending it, to look like a subtle smoky eye. For an easy contour, she followed the hollowing underneath the cheek bones with bronzer, as well as the jawline, to give the appearance of a natural facelift.
For the “bombshell” look, she used a color chameleon pencil on the eyelid and blended it with her finger to cover the eyelid. She applied red lip liner and lip stick for a bold look, and then finished the look with her blush.
The Doctors: Festival-Ready Hair Styles
Tera Rae Stephens then showed how to get summer festival-ready hair in no time. If you plan on wearing a hat, try using a large barrel curling iron and curl the hair in opposite directions to create natural texture. You could also style a braided head band, by grabbing a 1-inch section from behind the ear and braiding it. Then, use a volumizing powder on the brain, before pulling it apart a bit to make the braid look a little bigger. Pull the braid up and over your hand, and then pin it into place and repeat on the other side.
For a braided crown, separate your hair down the middle and then braid each section. Pull the braid up and over your head, secure with pins, then repeat on the other side. Your hair can be ready festival season ready in no time! Season was the word of the day and you can use the word season on The Doctors’ website to enter for a chance to win a 4-piece hair kit from Madam CJ Walker
The Doctors: Link Between Bad Carbs & Cancer
For The Doctors News in 2:00, it was reported that researchers at New York University have found a link between bad carbs and cancer. In a decades-long study, bad carbs were defined as highly processed carbohydrates, pizza, and sugary soft drinks. The study has followed over 3,000 volunteers since the 1970’s and found that men who ate bad carbs increased their risk of developing prostate cancer. They also researched the benefits of good carbs like whole grains and legumes.
The Doctors: President Obama Funds Fight Against Zika Virus
President Obama announced that he is assigning $589,000,000 to fight the zika virus. To date, more than 300 cases of the illness have been reported in 41 states. The mosquito-borne virus has been linked to birth defects in children. Now, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest, shared that sexual transmission of the virus is actually more common that was previously reported.
The Doctors: Ivanka Trump Scarves Recall
The U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission has issued a recall on Ivanka Trump brand scarves. The scarves, which are made in China, are being recalled because they are too flammable and pose a burn risk. The U.S. CPSC warned consumers to “immediately stop using the recalled scarves” and return them to wherever they bought them for a full refund. Donald Trump, Ivanka’s father, has actually spoken out against companies that move manufacturing outside the U.S. and has been candid about wearing ties made in China.