The Doctors: Grandma Lost Dentures Skydiving
The Doctors kicked off an episode of their show by sharing a video of a 72-year-old woman named Polly who went skydiving for her birthday. The fall is about 160 miles per hour and it caused her to lose her dentures, which hit her instructor right in the head! Polly said she loved the experience but it cost her a good amount of money to replace her dentures. Polly’s daughter said she’s so glad that Polly is living her life because she spent so many years taking care of a sick husband. The Doctors said it’s never too late to check things off your bucket list, which is why they also helped the woman get a tattoo of a rose on her ankle! Check out the hilarious videos belows.
The Doctors: Cameras & Phones Banned At Weddings?
The Doctors then moved on to talk about a photographer who believes cameras and cell phones should be banned from weddings, after a shot of the groom watching his bride walk down the aisle was ruined after guests stepped into the shot to get their own pictures of the bride. The Doctors pointed out that it’s a pretty special ceremony, and you would hate for the moment to be ruined by people with their phones.
The Doctors: 15 Pound Baby Born Naturally
The Doctors transitioned to talk about a baby that was born weighed 14.77 pounds, saying he was the heaviest baby to be delivered naturally. The babywas the ninth child of a woman in India and as The Doctors said, it’s pretty surprising that the mother wasn’t diabetic, and her heaviest child before that was just 8 pounds. If you have a baby that size, it’s important to plan for every scenario beacuse not every woman can delicer a 15 pound baby naturally. The good news is that mom and baby are doing just fine.
The Doctors: Meth Selfie App
While on the topic of pretty wild news stories, The Doctors then talked about a meth selfie app. Crystal meth is an extremely dangerous drug but a couple from Australia is hoping to help with Ice Effex, an app that takes one of your regular selfies and digitally alters it to show what you might look 3, 6, or 12 months after using crystal meth.
The Doctors agreed that it was a good idea, reporting that approximately 3.2 million people used meth last year, which is way too many people. Whatever can help keep people from using, is a good idea right?
The Doctors: Caffeinated Peanut Butter?
Moving on, The Doctors wanted to take a closer look at caffeinated peanut butter. Two tablespoons is reportedly equal to the amount of caffeine in two cups of coffee. It’s been in the news because a New York senator is urging the FDA to investigate. Dr Travis Stork said he was worried about it, because the more things that have caffeine in them, the more of a chance there is for people to overdose on caffeine. When someone has had too many stimulants, blood pressure and heart rate can go through the roof.
The Doctors tasted it, saying it tastes like peanut butter, but it’s dangerous because of how easy it can be to overdose.